Reuters: US businesses fear a fight over the yuan will cause a trade disaster.
Reuters: The US will test a cyber-blitz response plan.
Reuters: JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) may go to the FDIC for Washington Mutual claims.
Reuters: Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) released it Playbook tablet to compete with the Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad.
Reuters: Facebook will probably have an IPO after late 2012.
Reuters: Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) will launch a line of consumer products.
Reuters: Southwest (NYSE: LUV) will buy AirTran (NYSE: AAI) to get its East Coast routes.
Reuters: American International Group (NYSE: AIG) is closer to a plan to get money back to taxpayers.
Reuters: NBC Universal will launch a $5.1 billion debt sale.
WSJ: Authors are being pinched by e-book fees.
WSJ: The Fed may begin the purchase of more securities.
WSJ: The FDIC has not instituted a plan to handle the failure of large firms like Lehman.
WSJ: AOL (NYSE: AOL) may buy the TechCrunch blog.
WSJ: Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) has decided to freeze hiring in some portions of the bank.
WSJ: The EU will end an antitrust probe against Apple.
WSJ: Voters have begun to focus on rising state and local taxes as they begin to vote in November.
WSJ: GE (NYSE: GE) will go into business Harbin Power to build wind turbines.
WSJ: A Southwest buyout of AirTran would help put price pressure on Boeing (NYSE: BA)
WSJ: SAP’s web-based services are faltering.
WSJ: Nestle will introduce more food targeted at those who are health conscious
WSJ: Dubai may return to the debt markets after a near-default.
WSJ: Brazil Finance Minister Guido Mantega said a worldwide currency trade war has begun.
WSJ: The Treasury will sell $50 billion in new paper.
NYT: The GAO says the presence of women in the workforce as not improved.
NYT: South Carolina will created a new company to oversee its private equity holdings.
FT: The IMF said its supports the UK austerity plan.
FT: Several downgrades have made risky bank bonds harder to sell.
Bloomberg: PSA Peugeot Citroen will launch a diesel-electric car.
Bloomberg: The chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai says China may retaliate over pressure on the yuan.
Douglas A. McIntyre