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Cable companies reach out to customers who lost power and the iPad Mini has already sold out. Here's the Friday Bloomberg After The Bell Report from the New York Stock Exchange.
Another sign the recovery from Sandy is moving forward. John F. Kennedy in New York and Newark airports are now operating at full service.
Meanwhile, Cablevision, Comcast and Time Warner Cable are offering credits to customers who lost service because of the superstorm. The three companies will give the credits even if power failures caused the outages. Dish Network adopted a similar policy.
Stocks fell as a better than expected jobs report failed to keep commodity and technology shares from slumping as Americans prepare for Election Day.
Private equity firm Cerberus is in talks to buy all of Supervalu, to merge the grocery chain's operations with its Albertsons stores, according to people familiar with the matter.
Microsoft is making plans for possibly creating its own mobile phone, according to people with knowledge of those plans. The iPad Mini sold out at Apple's flagship Fifth Avenue store in New York with the white and silver versions gone in 30 minutes.