- Business Activity in US Unexpectedly Accelerates – Bloomberg.com: Business activity in the U.S. unexpectedly accelerated in September, a sign manufacturers are still at the forefront of the recovery.
- Finding an Audience Online – Inc.com: Three years ago, as Facebook and MySpace were becoming household names, Greg Stallkamp, 32, saw the need for a fitness-based social network — a forum in which users could share training tips as well as marathon times.
- Do You Actually Care About Privacy? – FastCompany.com: I’m not sure you do. If you cared about privacy you wouldn’t have a credit card, because, after all, they know everything you spend money on.
- A.I.G. Reaches Deal to Repay Treasury and Fed for Bailout – NYTimes.com: The American International Group said Thursday that it had reached an agreement in principle to repay the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for the company’s 2008 rescue, and to gradually return the ownership of its stock to the public markets.
- Apple Takes Legal Battle with Nokia to Britain – Reuters.com: Apple has sued Nokia in Britain, extending the two technology giants’ legal battle over patents beyond U.S. borders.