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September 16, 2014

Subway Stays Suspiciously Silent On Apple Pay While Announcing Mobile Pay Deal With Rival

The sandwich chain announced Tuesday a deal to enable mobile payments at its stores through a partnership with Softcard. Though Apple cited Subway as accepting its new Apple Pay mobile service last week, a representative for the fast food chain said it was not yet prepared to talk about its relationship with Apple publicly, which stands in stark contrast to its other retail partners on the service.

IPOs Set To Explode On The NYSE This Fall

It's not just the record-breaking Alibaba IPO expected Friday — the New York Stock Exchange is slated to host another nearly $8 billion worth of IPOs in the next two weeks alone.

Live Video: Obama Speaks On Ebola Crisis

President Obama will be briefed on the Ebola outbreak on Tuesday at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The president is ordering 3,000 military personnel to West Africa to help with the crisis.

"Lost" Castaways Then And Now

It's been 10 years since Oceanic Flight 815 crashed on that weird-ass island on Sept. 22, 2004. In celebration, check out the original cast from the pilot episode versus how they look today!

Netflix Goes To Europe

The video streaming service led by CEO Reed Hastings launched in France and Germany this week, part of its previously announced plan to focus on international expansion to grow subscribers over the next year. Netflix, which has about 48 million global subscribers, roughly 12 million of them in international markets, plans to launch in four more European countries in the next year.

Life Without Notch Might Not Be So Bad For "Minecraft"

Several gaming industry sources tell BuzzFeed News that the Minecraft creator's planned departure following the close of its $2.5 billion sale to Microsoft might actually be a good thing for the future of Mojang within Microsoft.

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