IPO VIEW-Carlyle investors should prepare for rocky ride

NEW YORK, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Carlyle is facing a tough
market and if recent history is any guide, once it goes public,
its shares will be volatile.

T-MOBILE: We Remain Confident That Facts Will Prevail, Merger Will Proceed

WASHINGTON, Sept. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Tom Sugrue, T-Mobile senior vice president of government affairs, made these remarks following the decision of seven state attorneys general to join the Justice Department’s lawsuit blocking the AT&T acquisition

Twitter’s board loses two early investors

(Reuters) – Two of Twitter’s earliest investors have left the company’s board of directors, the latest change to the fast-growing social media company’s leadership.

Analysis: Bachmann may be Romney’s top asset in race

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Presidential candidate Michele Bachmann’s scathing attacks on Rick Perry may be hurting the front-runner for the 2012 Republican nomination, and raising questions about her own judgment, but they are also helping another of her rivals — Mitt Romney.

EBay builds new division to woo developers

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Ebay Inc is building a new division to woo developers and attract more merchants as the company tries to emulate the success of Apple Inc’s iOS platform in the e-commerce world.

House Republicans back some of Obama jobs plan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Sounding cooperative but drawing a firm line on tax increases, House Republican leaders said on Friday they see some areas of possible agreement with President Barack Obama on his jobs plan.

EU finance ministers approve governance pact

European Union finance ministers reached an agreement Friday on a package of reforms aimed at strengthening economic governance across the monetary and currency union.

Potent forces try to tie hands of deficit panel

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The days of “go big” in Washington’s latest deficit-reduction drama are morphing into “don’t go there.”