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    Audience for Trump-Biden debate falls short of 2016 record

    Reuters – 6:26 PM ET 09/30/2020

    The first U.S. presidential debate between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden attracted a smaller television audience than the record set four years ago, according to Nielsen data released on Wednesday.

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    New York battles COVID-19 hot spots as Washington wrangles over relief

    Reuters – 4:43 PM ET 09/30/2020

    New York City restaurants welcomed patrons back inside for the first time in months on Wednesday as authorities scrambled to contain COVID-19 outbreaks in some neighborhoods and negotiators in Washington wrangled over a coronavirus relief package.

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    Alphabet Inc's Google launches Google TV, new Chromecast

    Reuters – 2:22 PM ET 09/30/2020

    Alphabet Inc's Google on Wednesday launched Google TV, which would show content from popular streaming services including Netflix Inc (NFLX) and Walt Disney Co's Disney+. The tech giant also unveiled a new Chromecast streaming device that will now come with a remote control which will cost $49.99 in the United States.

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    Trump-Biden TV debate audience slumps below 2016 record, early data show

    Reuters – 12:05 PM ET 09/30/2020

    The first U.S. presidential debate between Republican President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden likely attracted a much smaller audience that the record set four years ago, according to preliminary ratings data cited by The Hollywood Reporter.

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    US STOCKS-Industrials, tech stocks lift Wall St at the end of choppy month

    Reuters – 10:16 AM ET 09/30/2020

    * Chaotic first U.S. presidential debate dulls mood. * U.S. private payrolls rise more than expected in Sept - ADP. * Indexes up: Dow 1.03%, S&P 0.78%, Nasdaq 0.89% By Devik Jain and Shreyashi Sanyal.

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    US STOCKS-Futures flat after heated Trump-Biden debate

    Reuters – 9:15 AM ET 09/30/2020

    * Chaotic first U.S. presidential debate dulls mood. * U.S. private payrolls rise more than expected in Sept - ADP. * Mega-cap technology firms hit by antitrust news. * Futures: Dow up 0.01%, S&P up 0.04%, Nasdaq off 0.09% By Devik Jain and Shreyashi Sanyal.

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    US STOCKS-Futures fall after heated presidential debate

    Reuters – 7:44 AM ET 09/30/2020

    * Chaotic first U.S. presidential debate dulls mood. * ADP jobs report, inflation numbers and GDP data awaited. * Mega-cap tech firms hit by antitrust news. * Futures down: Dow 0.47%, S&P 500 0.36%, Nasdaq 0.45% By Devik Jain and Shreyashi Sanyal.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - Sept 30

    Reuters – 1:45 AM ET 09/30/2020

    The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - Walt Disney Co (DIS) said it would lay off about 28,000 employees at its domestic theme parks, making the announcement shortly after the state of California signaled that Disneyland Resort would likely have to remain closed for the foreseeable future due to Covid-19 concerns. https://on.wsj.com/3jh1V0G.

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    PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - Sept 30

    Reuters – 1:45 AM ET 09/30/2020

    The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. - Walt Disney Co's (DIS) theme park division said it would eliminate 28,000 jobs in U.S. theme parks, which will account for most of the layoffs, although Disney Cruise Line and Disney's (DIS) retail stores will also be affected. https://nyti.ms/30lgWa9.

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    GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian markets dip as investors brace for U.S. presidential debate

    Reuters – 8:44 PM ET 09/29/2020

    * Equities, currencies await debate. * MSCI AxJ -0.1%, set for worst monthly loss since March. * Asian stock markets: https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4. By Pete Schroeder and Tom Westbrook. Asian shares slipped and the dollar was under pressure on Wednesday in the lead up to the first U.S. presidential debate, as financial markets looked to take a measure of both candidates.

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    PRESS DIGEST-British Business - Sept 30

    Reuters – 8:44 PM ET 09/29/2020

    The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. The Times. - UK's roadside assistance company AA Plc has given its final suitor more time to come up with a takeover offer that would help to rescue the 115-year-old group from its 2.6 billion pounds debt mountain. https://bit.ly/2Gq2ExN.

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    Disney to lay off about 28,000 parks unit employees due to coronavirus hit

    Reuters – 8:44 PM ET 09/29/2020

    Walt Disney Co (DIS) said on Tuesday it will lay off roughly 28,000 employees, mostly at its U.S. theme parks, where attendance has been crushed by the coronavirus pandemic, especially in California where Disneyland remains closed. About two-thirds of the laid-off employees will be part-time workers, the company said in a statement.

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    New York City imposes mask fines as positive test rate climbs

    Reuters – 8:08 PM ET 09/29/2020

    - New York City's mayor on Tuesday threatened to fine anyone caught in public without a mask, and the Walt Disney Co (DIS) said it would lay off some 28,000 employees as its flagship California theme park remains closed during the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Disney to lay off 28,000 due to COVID, New York City imposes mask fines

    Reuters – 8:07 PM ET 09/29/2020

    New York City's mayor on Tuesday threatened to fine anyone caught in public without a mask, and the Walt Disney Co (DIS) said it would lay off some 28,000 employees as its flagship California theme park remains closed during the coronavirus pandemic.

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    GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian markets point to mixed open as investors await U.S. presidential debate

    Reuters – 7:25 PM ET 09/29/2020

    Asian shares were poised for a mixed opening ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate and ongoing stimulus talks in Washington.

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    Disney to lay off about 28,000 parks unit employees due to coronavirus hit

    Reuters – 7:05 PM ET 09/29/2020

    Walt Disney Co (DIS) said on Tuesday it will lay off roughly 28,000 employees, mostly at its U.S. theme parks, where attendance has been crushed by the coronavirus pandemic, especially in California where Disneyland remains closed. About two-thirds of the laid-off employees will be part-time workers, the company said in a statement.

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    Disney to lay off 28,000 due to COVID, New York City imposes mask fines

    Reuters – 6:06 PM ET 09/29/2020

    New York City on Tuesday said it would fine anyone caught in public without a mask, and the Walt Disney Co (DIS) announced plans to lay off some 28,000 employees as its resorts struggle with plunging numbers of visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Disney Lays Off 28,000 Workers as Disneyland's Reopening Unclear -- Update

    DJ Business News – 5:49 PM ET 09/29/2020

    Walt Disney Co. (DIS) said it would lay off about 28,000 employees at its domestic theme parks, citing continuing restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly its inability to reopen Disneyland in Southern California. In announcing the layoffs, Disney (DIS) said the impact of the pandemic has been "exacerbated in California by the State's unwillingness to lift restrictions that would allow Disneyland to reopen." Disney's (DIS) announcement came shortly after California health...

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    Disneyland's Reopening Date Remains Unclear

    DJ Business News – 5:25 PM ET 09/29/2020

    Disneyland Resort will remain closed for the foreseeable future as Southern California struggles to meet state-set health metrics that measure the spread of the coronavirus. A top state health official said Tuesday that Orange County, home to Walt Disney Co.' s flagship theme park, failed to meet guidelines that would have allowed easing restrictions on businesses. The county is currently in the second tier, which indicates the state still considers the spread of the new...

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    Disney to lay off about 28,000 parks unit employees due to coronavirus hit

    Reuters – 5:08 PM ET 09/29/2020

    Walt Disney Co (DIS) said on Tuesday it will lay off roughly 28,000 employees, mostly at its U.S. theme parks, where attendance has been crushed by the coronavirus pandemic, especially in California where Disneyland remains closed. About two-thirds of the laid-off employees will be part-time workers, the company said in a statement.

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