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Date: 2012-09-19
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Wall Street ends flat to lower as FedEx outlook drags
US-MARKETS-STOCKS:Wall Street ends flat to lower as FedEx outlook drags
By Caroline Valetkevitch

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks ended flat to slightly lower on Tuesday after bellwether FedEx <FDX.N> cut its profit forecast and investors pulled back after last week's rally on central bank stimulus.

Falling oil prices weighed on the market


Modest market return by ex-bankrupt Japan Airlines
US-JAPANAIRLINES-IPO-OPEN:Modest market return by ex-bankrupt Japan Airlines
By Nathan Layne

TOKYO (Reuters) - Shares of once-bankrupt Japan Airlines Co Ltd <9201.T> rose a modest 1 percent on their return to the market on Wednesday as a tough industry outlook prompted some investors to lock in profits on the blockbuster $8.5 billion initial public offering.



Japan Airlines gets small bump up in return to market
US-JAPANAIRLINES-IPO-OPEN:Japan Airlines gets small bump up in return to market
By Nathan Layne

TOKYO (Reuters) - Shares of Japan Airlines Co Ltd <9201.T> rose about 2 percent on their return to the stock market on Wednesday as investors flocked to the once-bankrupt carrier due to attractive valuations and industry topping profits.

JAL's


Germany urges public to stop using Internet Explorer
US-MICROSOFT-BROWSER:Germany urges public to stop using Internet Explorer
By Harro Ten Wolde and Jim Finkle

FRANKFURT/BOSTON (Reuters) - The German government urged the public on Tuesday to temporarily stop using Microsoft Corp's Internet Explorer following discovery of a yet-to-be repaired bug in the Web browser that the software maker said makes PCs vulnerable


Consumer groups to fight AT&T FaceTime restrictions
US-ATT-FACETIME:Consumer groups to fight AT&T FaceTime restrictions
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three public interest groups plan to file a formal complaint accusing AT&T Inc of violating U.S. Internet rules if the wireless service provider goes ahead with a plan to limit use of Apple Inc's FaceTime application to certain customers.

The groups -- Free Press, Public


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