Google Shopping Express Expands To More Cities, Rebrands As Google Express  

Tech Crunch By : Sarah Perez (@sarahintampa)

Google Shopping Express, rebranded to simply “Google Express” as of this morning, is no longer entirely subsidizing the costs associated with same-day delivery.

The program, which offers instant shopping gratification to consumers in a growing number of U.S. cities, is now working to transition its more regular customers into paying members, who subscribe on either a monthly or annual basis for $10/month or $95/year, respectively. - Full Article


Google Express set to launch deliveries in Boston area  

The Boston Globe By : Staff Reporting

Google Inc. brings its same-day delivery service to Greater Boston Tuesday, allowing customers to browse the offerings of local merchants online, order, and get the items within several hours. The service, called Google Express, will be available in parts of Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Somerville, Arlington, Everett, Malden, and Medford.

So far, eight companies have partnered with Google: Babies R Us, Barnes & Noble, Costco, Guitar Center, L’Occitane, Staples, Stop & Shop, and Walgreens. Full Article


Marvin Ellison, Home Depot top exec, picked as next President/CEO of JCPenney, Bio  

New Pittsburgh Courier By : Staff Reporting

The Board of Directors of J. C. Penney Company, Inc. announced Oct. 13 the appointment of Marvin Ellison, currently executive vice president of stores at Home Depot, as President and CEO-Designee, effective November 1, 2014. Mr. Ellison will also join the Board of Directors.

He will then succeed Myron E. (Mike) Ullman, III as CEO of JCPenney on August 1, 2015. At that time, Mr. Ullman will become Executive Chairman of the Board for a period of one year.  - Full Article


Google upbeat over brand advertising tools  

The Financial Times By : Robert Cookson

Google has claimed promising early results from its latest attempt to draw brand advertisers, following years of disappointment over the slow growth of branded display and video ads to match its search business.

Ads on YouTube, Google’s video platform, have so far failed to live up to the high expectations of Wall Street, despite the website's surging traffic numbers. - Full Article


Economy gains 248,000 jobs as hiring rebounds  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

The labor market rebounded sharply in September as employers added 248,000 jobs, but wage growth remained weak despite a tightening supply of workers.

The unemployment rate fell to 5.9% from 6.1%, lowest since July 2008, the Labor Department said Friday. - Full Article


Jobs Report: U.S. Economy Added 248,000 Jobs In September, Unemployment Down To 5.9%  

Forbes By : Staff Reporting

Friday morning The Bureau of Labor Statistics released a much stronger than anticipated September jobs report.

Employers added 248,000 jobs last month, beating the 215,000 economists were predicting. The unemployment rate, which is drawn from a different survey of households, dropped from 6.1% to 5.9% ... - Full Article


Hidden Bra Cam Does Its Job, Catches People Staring at Boobs  

Mashable By : EITAN LEVINE

Smile, gawkers, you're on Hidden-Nestlé-Boobie camera! Nestlé is taking an unusual, yet on-topic approach to raising awareness for its #CheckYourSelfie breast cancer awareness campaign with this stunt.

The jury is still out on whether this is an effective campaign... - Full Video


General Mills plans 700-800 job cuts  

AP By : Staff Reporting

General Mills Inc. plans to eliminate 700 to 800 jobs as part of its cost-cutting plan to fight declining sales.

The Golden Valley-based food company revealed the layoffs late Tuesday in a filing with federal securities regulators. General Mills says the job cuts will primarily be in the U.S. - Full Article


EBay to Spin Off PayPal, Adopting Strategy Backed by Icahn  

NY Times By : MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED

EBay said on Tuesday that it would spin off its PayPal payments unit into a separate publicly traded company, taking a step the activist hedge fund magnate Carl C. Icahn first demanded nine months ago.

The move will cleave eBay almost in half, separating it from the payments processor it acquired 12 years ago and built into a giant that generates almost half of the company’s revenue. - Full Article


Chinese government approves iPhone 6 for sale  

The Telegraph By : Rhiannon Williams

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be sold across China from October 17 following approval from the Chinese government.

Apple was approved to sell the handsets following "rigorous security testing" and addressing risks of personal information leaks related to iOS 8's diagnostic tools, according to China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). - Full Article


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