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  • G4S Drops as Profit Slips Amid Reviews and Restructuring Costs

    G4S Plc, which agreed a financial settlement with the U.K. government after overcharging for tagging criminals last year, fell after reporting a loss on one- time costs to clean up its act and strengthen operations.

  • Earthport May Gain on E-Commerce, Currency Service: London Mover

    Earthport Plc, a processor of cross-border payments and e-commerce transactions, may be poised for a gain after the shares fell 19 percent since it agreed to serve American Express Co., according to two analysts who track the company.

  • Leibovich Razes Washington, Spares Residents

    Fear dominated the run-up to the publication today of Mark Leibovich’s “This Town.”

  • Congressman McCarthy Says Republicans Will Win House Majority (Transcript)

    U.S. Representative Kevin McCarthy of California, chief recruiter of candidates in the campaign to retake the U.S. House, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt” airing this weekend that his party will win the chamber next week and could gain as many as 59 seats.

  • Texting While Flying Linked to Commercial Crash in First

    Texting by a pilot before and during a 2011 medical-helicopter flight in Missouri contributed to its crash, the first time such distractions have been implicated in a fatal commercial-aviation accident, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board found.

  • Texting While Flying Linked to Commercial Crash in First

    Texting by a pilot before and during a 2011 medical-helicopter flight in Missouri contributed to its crash, the first time such distractions have been implicated in a fatal commercial-aviation accident, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board found.

  • Is Obama Wall Street’s Best Friend or Its Mortal Foe?: Ron Klain

    Differences of opinion are the essence of politics; differences in factual analysis are usually less sharp. Yet one of the most interesting divides in public discourse now concerns not a policy dispute, but different perceptions of a “factual” question: How has the administration treated the financial sector: Wall Street, the banks and their executives?

  • Vertu Reaches Six-Year High as U.K. Car Sales Jump: London Mover

    Vertu Motors Plc jumped to the highest price since 2007 after the U.K.’s largest operator of Honda car dealerships predicted full-year results will “significantly” beat analyst estimates on increased demand.

  • How to Beat Obama on Foreign Policy

    Does President Barack Obama have the next, and final, debate in the bag? Politico’s Mike Allen said yesterday that the town-hall debate at Hofstra University on Oct. 16 represented “Governor Romney’s last, best chance, because the next debate is foreign policy, where President Obama is strong.”

  • Inchcape Rises After Dividend Increase, Plan to Buy Back Shares

    Inchcape Plc, the largest publicly traded U.K. car retailer and wholesaler, rose the most in 16 months as the company raised its interim dividend by 43 percent and unveiled a plan to buy back shares.

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