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Home­wood mar­ket closed

Howard’s Mar­ket on Murt­land Street in Home­wood was closed Thursday by the Al­le­gheny County Health Depart­ment for open­ing and op­er­at­ing with­out a per­mit.

Ital­ian po­lice make ar­rest in brib­ery probe

Ital­ian po­lice have ar­rested a for­mer ex­ec­u­tive of Fin­mec­can­ica in a brib­ery in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

Na­ples pros­e­cu­tor Francesco Greco said in a state­ment that Ste­fano Car­lini, for­mer head of ex­ter­nal re­la­tions, was one of four peo­ple placed un­der house ar­rest Mon­day, along with a for­mer ex­ec­u­tive of a Fin­mec­can­ica sub­sid­i­ary and two Rome busi­ness­men.

The four are sus­pected of set­ting up slush funds to fun­nel bribes to top Fin­mec­can­ica man­ag­ers.

Nokia's $7.3 bil­lion sale to Mi­cro­soft de­layed

Nokia Corp. says the sale of its mo­bile phone unit to Mi­cro­soft will be de­layed un­til next month be­cause it is still wait­ing for ap­proval from reg­u­la­tory au­thor­i­ties in Asia.

The Fin­nish com­pany said Mon­day that the 5.4 bil­lion eu­ros ($7.3 bil­lion) deal an­nounced in Sep­tem­ber and ex­pected to be com­pleted in the first quar­ter of 2014 has been ap­proved by the EU and U.S. au­thor­i­ties but “cer­tain an­ti­trust au­thor­i­ties In Asia” were still re­view­ing the deal.

Ap­ple in talks with Com­cast on TV ser­vice

Ap­ple Inc. is re­port­edly in talks with Com­cast Corp. to pro­vide high-qual­ity, stream­ing tele­vi­sion con­tent through the Ap­ple TV box.

Nego­ti­a­tions are in the early stages, and many chal­lenges re­main to com­plete the deal, anon­y­mous sources told The Wall Street Jour­nal.

The part­ner­ship would es­sen­tially take the place of the tra­di­tional ca­ble set-top box and al­low us­ers to stream live and on-de­mand TV pro­grams and dig­i­tal-video re­cord­ings stored in the cloud to all their Ap­ple de­vices.


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