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Date: 2012-09-03
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New York City health commissioner: scold or lifesaver?
US-USA-NEWYORK-HEALTH-COMMISSIONER:New York City health commissioner: scold or lifesaver?
By Barbara Goldberg

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Critics call him a puritanical scold, Gotham's Dr. No and a nursemaid to Mayor Michael Bloomberg's nanny state. Meet Thomas Farley, New York City's health commissioner.

Farley, a pediatrician and endurance athlete, says


Exclusive: Walmart tests iPhone app checkout feature
US-WALMART-IPHONES-CHECKOUT:Exclusive: Walmart tests iPhone app checkout feature
By Jessica Wohl

(Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc is testing a system that would allow shoppers to scan items using their iPhones and then pay at a self-checkout counter, a move that could trim checkout times and slash costs for retailers.

If the "Scan & Go" test by the


SAIC to split business into two; shares rise
US-SAIC-RESULTS:SAIC to split business into two; shares rise
By Siddharth Cavale

(Reuters) - U.S. government IT contractor Science Applications International Corp (SAIC) <SAI.N> said it planned to split into two independently traded companies to bid for more contracts which they cannot do now due to conflict-of-interest regulations.



Facebook stock extends decline after price target cut
US-FACEBOOK-SHARES:Facebook stock extends decline after price target cut
(Reuters) - Shares of Facebook Inc <FB.O> fell 4.5 percent to a new low on Friday after BMO Capital Markets cut its price target on the social networking company's shares, saying several lock-up expirations over the next year will weigh on the stock.

BMO Capital Markets, which cut


Nokia, Microsoft head for "Last Chance Saloon"
US-NOKIA-MICROSOFT:Nokia, Microsoft head for "Last Chance Saloon"
By Sinead Carew and Bill Rigby

NEW YORK/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp and Nokia Oyj are loading up for their best -- and possibly last -- shot at denting a smartphone market dominated by Apple Inc's iPhone and Google Inc's Android mobile software.

If the new


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