Airbus Breaks Into Japanese Market, Dow Jones Down 100 Points, NY Times Takes On

Japan Airlines placed a $9.5 billion order with Airbus, which marks the aircraft builder’s biggest breakthrough in Japan.

As the government shutdown reaches the 1-week mark, Wall Street stocks fall across the board, and the Dow Jones industrial average has dropped 100 points.

LG is about to start production for curved screen phones.

The NY Times takes on mug-shot websites and their oddly extortion-like business models—and persuades PayPal, American Express, Discover, and other payment companies to sever relations with these sites. Meanwhile, 25-year-old founder Arthur D’Antonio III is utterly baffled over dropping site traffic.

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