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Honda Murray to

hold open house

Honda Murray, part of the Larry H. Miller Automotive Group, will hold a grand opening celebration on Monday at 1:30 p.m. The dealership at 5808 S. State Street in Murray is the third of four Miller-owed auto outlets to be placed in new facilities in the area.

Factory activity

falls in China

China's manufacturing activity fell to a nine-month low in August, stepping up pressure on Beijing for more interest rate cuts and stimulus measures to revive growth. HSBC Corp. said a preliminary version of its monthly purchasing managers index for China fell to 47.8 in August, with numbers below 50 indicating an industry contraction.

GM invests $220M

to build new Cruze

General Motors says it will invest $220 million at two Ohio factories to build the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze compact car. It said the investment in new equipment will preserve more than 5,000 jobs at factories in Lordstown, Ohio, near Youngstown, and Parma near Cleveland.

Jobless claims

up last week

The number of people seeking first-time unemployment benefits rose a slight 4,000 last week to 372,000, a sign the job market's recovery remains modest and uneven. The Labor Department said the four-week average, a less-volatile measure, increased 3,750, to 368,000. A number below 375,000 generally suggests hiring is strong enough to lower the unemployment rate.

Schilling's R.I. deal

ignored key points

The government deal that guaranteed a $75 million loan for Curt Schilling's now bankrupt video game company focused largely on how quickly the firm would bring jobs to Rhode Island, gaming industry and other experts said. It overlooked requirements for outside investment or other steps that could have helped protect the public's money and the company's future.

Jurors weigh

Apple lawsuit

Jurors began their second day of deliberations in a multibillion-dollar patent infringement case pitting Apple against Samsung over the design of iPhones and iPads. After a three-week trial in San Jose, a jury of seven men and two women picked from a pool of Silicon Valley residents will decide if Samsung ripped off Apple's designs or whether Apple wronged Samsung.

Slaughterhouse

customers bolt

Federal officials say nothing they have seen so far in covert video shot in a California slaughterhouse shows that meat from cows that may have been sick made it into the food supply. But the USDA and McDonald's halted purchases from Central Valley Meat because of the video that appeared to show sick or lame cows being abused in an effort to get them to walk to slaughter.

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