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Summary: Tech shares whacked as investors make room for Alibaba, which boosted its IPO after the market close; Apple says iPhone 6 pre-orders smash record; GM payout for deaths rise to 19; wild speculation about possible beer mergers. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Apple says it received a record 4 million first-day pre-orders for its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, pushing delivery dates into October. Bobbi Rebell reports.
SABMiller shares have hit an all-time high on hopes a long-rumoured takeover bid by the world's largest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev may be getting closer. As Hayley Platt reports it followed news of SABMiller's interest in Heineken.
Significant promotional activity by iPhone carriers have helped drive the Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus to record pre-orders, says S&P Capital IQ's Scott Kessler.
Air France pilots have started a week-long strike and they'll be joined by Lufthansa pilots on Tuesday. Ivor Bennett looks at the growing crisis facing some of Europe's main flag carriers as they try to take on budget rivals.
Breakingviews columnists discuss further signs of deal exuberance on another Merger Monday, including Cognizant's $2.7 bln acquisition of TriZetto.
Demand for shares are so overwhelming that Alibaba plans to boost the size of its IPO, say sources, as the company takes its roadshow to Hong Kong. Fred Katayama reports.
Santander's new chairwoman has promised to defend her father's legacy. As Sonia Legg reports Ana Botin also told shareholders at the euro zone's biggest bank her priorities include maintaining a prudent strategy and dividend policy.
The Russian rouble has hit historic lows against the dollar as investors worried about Moscow's response to a new wave of Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis. As Ciara Lee reports Europe's fragile recovery could be hurt by any retaliatory action.
London's Fashion week is in full swing with designers targetting fashion hungry shoppers with "tech firsts." As Hayley Platt reports the British Fashion Council is keen to get all its designers online in order to boost international sales.
Sept. 15 - Investors in China feel left out in the cold as Alibaba's global IPO roadshow makes last stops in Asia with its order book already sold. Tara Joseph reports.
The CEO of Silicon Valley-based Netskope talks to Reuters about tackling the vulnerability of cloud IT services.
Sept. 15 - Heineken has rebuffed a preliminary offer from SABMiller, according to Bloomberg News. Antitrust hurdles could be one of the reasons behind the Dutch brewer’s decision, says Breakingviews Robert Cole.
Sept. 15 - Despite China's slumping industrial and investment data, Breakingviews' John Foley says the country's real estate market is where economic concerns will have real world consequences.
Alibaba Group is on track for a record-breaking IPO this week. Jane Lanhee Lee gives investors a look into the company that commands China's massive online market.
European finance ministers seek ways to revive the European economy at an informal Ecofin meeting in Milan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Century-old Italian bluebloods, auto maker Maserati and fashion house Zegna, jointly made a limited edition sedan. Despite its silky interior, analysts say it doesn't cost much more to produce them. Fred Katayama reports.
Summary: iPhone pre-order frenzy; Ebay's denies Google deal talk;Alibaba IPO order book closing early- sources; Energy shares pull stocks lower on new Russia sanctions. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Rumors of a $2 billion Microsoft approach to gaming sensation Minecraft's creator Mojang has tech experts scratching their heads over the software giant's intentions. Ivor Bennett reports.