Financial news on September 17, 2016

Business and Financial news
Daily Report: Samsung Compounds Its Smartphone Woes

A recall has turned into a debacle for the South Korean phone giant, as Samsung has trouble executing its recall of phones that are prone to bursting into flames. Read more..

By QUENTIN HARDY - The New York Times

Deutsche Bank’s Frailty Could Become Leverage in Justice Dept. Talks

A $14 billion fine from the Justice Department could all but sink Deutsche Bank, which may bolster the bank’s negotiating position. Read more..

By DOMINIC ELLIOTT - The New York Times

Disney Hires Rosenblum to Reinforce Television Division

The appointment of Bruce Rosenblum, formerly of Warner Bros., helps Disney shore up senior management at a unit struggling with industry upheaval. Read more..

By BROOKS BARNES - The New York Times

Health Savings Accounts Require Close Attention

With deductibles high, the tax benefits of a health savings account can make sense. But do your homework before signing up. Read more..

By ANN CARRNS - The New York Times

How Waze Tries to Keep Its Crowd Honest

Google’s popular traffic app relies on its users to keep it up to date and to help correct deliberate misinformation. Read more..

By J. D. BIERSDORFER - The New York Times

Morning Agenda: Liquid Alts, a $5 Trillion Comeback, Deutsche Faces a Fine

The liquid alternatives sector was a hot investment a few years ago, and investors have stuck with it, but that may soon change. Read more..

By AMIE TSANG - The New York Times

Wells Fargo Scandal May Be Sign of a Poisonous Culture

That senior executives were not held accountable for the reprehensible behavior of bank employees signals a wider cultural cancer on Wall Street. Read more..

By WILLIAM D. COHAN - The New York Times

Exchange Rates of September 17, 2016
CurrenciesExchange Rates
US Dollar Mexican Peso 1 USD = 19.580 MXN 1 MXN = 0.051 USD

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