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Sept. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker reports on today's top stories in "Top Headlines." He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers."

For bigger budget negotiations.

Do not be surprised to hear about another supercommittee.

Ian shutdown before, government workers were paid.

Can we expect that this time?

Those who are essential stay on their job but they do not get their paychecks.

Congress has to authorize back payments.

Given the budget environment, there are fears about whether a shutdown should happen, whether they would be paid.

Every past shutdown has paid the workers in the end, which is why these things cost more money than they do saving.

Thank you to our team in washington, d.c. we will be back to cover the shutdown showdown.

Now it is time for the news feed.

We have to talk about the top business stories around the world.

Twitter is expected to make its ipo filing public this week.

Once the filing is made, shares could begin trading next month or so.

Job cuts are on the way.

Europe's largest engineering company, siemens, will eliminate four percent of its workforce.

The ceo is making more cuts than originally planned.

His predecessor lost a job when profits fell behind general

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