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DealBook Top Story on September 8, 2016: Wells Fargo Fined For Years of Harm to Customers

Alert Mr President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski The SBA and Indecopi is a must obligation to open a serious  investigations upon them, as well as, to the Banco Ripley in Peru , Interbank and other Banks that have been accused for Serious fraud, by common citizens   I have never heard  a single"Voice From the Peruvian Regulators",  Unless the media   had  given , acute investigation reports, unmasking and revealing  the fraud, perpetrated by companies, against consumers, that our regulators, surpisingly never heard about it, even though, every other person knew about  the corrupted and insane practices followed by some companies in oligopoly markets; and when calling them (the Regulators to make a claim or find a logical answer for the negligence absence of  supervision; for what they are paid for and are obliged by law to work upon establishing fair market practices and stop abusive practices against consumers, and by no means to justify  them using all sorts of sophysisms in the

Wall Street Closing Report, by CNBC on September 8, 2016: Stocks Close Lower, Nasdaq Snaps 4-Day Win Streak as ECB Disapoints; Tech Lags   Fred Imbert   U.S. stocks closed lower Thursday, despite a surge in oil prices, as investors digested the European Central Bank's latest monetary policy decision and remarks made by its president, Mario Draghi .

NYT | First Draft - September 8, 2016 - Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Flex Debate Muscles in TV Forum, by Patrick Healy

Thursday, September 8, 2016 Matt Lauer interviewed Hillary Clinton in New York on Wednesday during the first part of an hourlong debate on national security. Doug Mills/The New York Times Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Flex Debate Muscles in TV Forum By PATRICK HEALY

U.S. Stock Market Future Indications, by MarketWatch on September 8, 2016: U.S. Stock Futures Tread Water Ahead of ECB Meeting, Jobless Claims Data

U.S. stock futures notched minor gains ahead of the market open, as investors looked ahead to the European Central Bank policy decision and to fresh U.S. labor market data for cues.

DealBook | Today's News - September 8, 2016: The Tech Reformation, Low Caliber Credit, China’s Debt Burden

By Amie Tsang Thursday, September 8, 2016 The cloud is looming and the technology industry is scrambling for cover.

Asian Markets Closing Report, by MarketWatch on September 8, 2016: Nintendo is a Winner on Mixed Day for Other Asian Markets   Ese Erheriene    Shares in Japan’s Nintendo Co. rallied on Thursday following its announcement of a new mobile game featuring the iconic Mario character, though broader stocks performance across Asia was mixed.

Bloomberg View | Share The View - September 8, 2016: Behavioral Economics and Apple's Earbud Folly Share the View   You'll Miss What You Don't Use on the New iPhone Remember the New Coke debacle? There's a lesson in it for Apple, which revealed Wednesday that its next-generation iPhone would come without a headphone jack. (Music lovers can plunk down  $159 for Apple-branded wireless headphones.) Megan McArdle says  the move, which has already alienated some fans, illustrates the importance of "option value" in economics. In Global Banking, Apps and Security Don't Mix

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing - September 8, 2016: Ant and Dec, Julian Assange and James May   That Ant and Dec are set to sign a £30m three-year deal locking them in to ITV is no huge surprise. The pair are incredibly important to the channel, fronting many of its biggest shows. And, as one source told the Guardian , when you are expecting at some point to sell up in a deal valued in the region of £10bn, a few million here or there to secure on of your biggest assets is no big deal. However, it does highlight the inflation in pay for the biggest names. It’s clear for instance that the mind-boggling sums Amazon reportedly paid for the Grand Tour was as much about hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond as it was the tech company’s desire for a show about cars. Which brings us back to that trio’s former home – the BBC. The beeb’s protestations about being forced to reveal star pay haven’t exactly been viewed sympathetically by the public. Yet its complaints are rooted in the reality

FT | Comment - September 7, 2016: Martin Wolf on Globalization