Now What?: Occupy Wall Street activists "grappled with the future of their movement after a police raid and a day of legal drama ended their hold on a Manhattan park that had become the symbolic center of the world-wide protest," The Wall Street Journal reports.
Cash Back: The trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of MF Global is seeking permission to release 60 percent of the near $900 million in client cash that has been frozen at the commodity brokerage for more than two weeks, Reuters reports.
Spilt: The Washington Post reports that “Some of Silicon Valley’s biggest names are threatening to leave the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over a bill that would make Web companies liable for pirated content that appears on their sites.”
Antitrust Probe: Per Hellstroem, the head of the European Commission’s antitrust unit for consumer electronics, said regulators started an antitrust probe into Samsung Electronics Co. and Apple Inc.’s use of smartphone patents on their “own initiative” without waiting for a competitor to formally raise the issue, Bloomberg reports.
Dangerous Work: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Review Commission reconvened a hearing to probe the death of SeaWorld Orlando trainer Dawn Brancheau in February 2010, who was pulled into the water and drowned by a killer whale, CNN reports.