Health companies see relief in U.S. Senate bill

Health insurers, drugmakers and other companies expect U.S. Senate lawmakers to soften the blow from health reform legislation narrowly passed by the House of Representatives that calls for a greater government role in the industry. Read Full Article here.

Stocks jumps as G20 says cheap money to continue

U.S. stocks jumped on Monday, extending gains from the previous week, on renewed risk-taking sentiment after the Group of 20 pledged to keep economic stimulus in place until a recovery was assured. Read Full Article here.

Kraft turns hostile in $16 billion bid for Cadbury

Kraft Foods Inc chief Irene Rosenfeld refused to sweeten her $16.2 billion offer for candy maker Cadbury Plc and took the bid directly to shareholders on Monday, setting the stage for a takeover battle that could last up to three months. Read Full Article here.

Dish gains subscribers, sets special dividend

Dish Network Corp, the No. 2 U.S. satellite TV provider, beat Wall Street forecasts by posting a gain of 241,000 subscribers in the third quarter and surprised investors with a plan to pay shareholders a special dividend of $2 a share. Read Full Article here.

RIM to help app developers use ads, micropayments

Research In Motion is making it easier for software developers make money from the applications they develop for its popular BlackBerry smartphone as the company falters in the face of stiff competition from rivals like Apple Inc. Read Full Article here.

Google buys mobile ad firm for $750 million

Google Inc is acquiring mobile advertising company AdMob for $750 million, furthering the company's push into the fast-growing market of Web-enabled cell phones. Read Full Article here.