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Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Microsoft Stores will open in Puerto Rico on November 1st, says the Microsoft Store Facebook page.

AT&T’s (NYSE:T) spectrum problems might be resolved by the approval of the FCC Chairman, Julius Genachowski, of a plan that could remove restrictions and make the WCS spectrum bands conducive for wireless broadband services such as LTE. It is still necessary for the remainder of the FCC board to sign off on the proposal prior to putting the bands to work, which are thus far useless. However, the mere fact that the Chairman has led AT&T’s request through the commission would appear to be a major coup for the company that had in 2011 seen its T-Mobile purchase attempt blocked by the same agency.

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Wal-Mart Stores (NYSE:WMT) and American Express will hold a conference call Monday to make a financial services announcement. The former has long tried to serve a large group of its low-income shoppers who have little or no access to credit and offers check cashing at low rates and other services, as it wants to appeal to shoppers who do not have bank accounts.

Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM): California Governor Jerry Brown on Sunday ordered the California Air Resources Board to try and boost the supply of fuel there and enable refineries to switch to a winter blend of gasoline that is not usually available until November as he tries to thwart increasing gasoline prices, according to The New York Times.

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