Obama to Nominate Yellen to Fed, Salmonella Outbreak, Alcoa Posts Higher Than Expected Q3 Revenue

President Obama is expected to nominate Janet Yellen as chairwoman of the Federal Reserve today.

A recent salmonella outbreak from contaminated chicken showcases the increased food risks that might result from the government shutdown.

From today through Friday, Starbucks will give customers a free coffee if they buy something for another customer.

Aluminum maker Alcoa posted the much higher than expected profit of $120 million for the third quarter.

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