Philippines Battle to Deliver Aid After Typhoon

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Nov. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg Television's "Lunch Money" Host Matt Miller reports on today's top news headlines. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Rescuers in the philippines adult to deliver aid to areas cut off by the typhoon.

They rush to get food, water, and medical supplies to areas as well.

It is estimated that the storm affected 9.7 million people.

At aircraft or george washington and other navy vessels have been sent to the philippines to help with the relief effort.

American airlines and us airways have reached a settlement regulators over there burger, this according to dash over their merger, this according to people familiar with the matter.

The two sides have been discussing concessions including giving up flight paths at washington's reagan national airport.

Alibaba shatters it's one-day sales record.

They bring up more than $5 billion on sales on singles day, a twist on valentine's day.

It has become the biggest online shopping day in the country.

The tally was 80% higher than its previous one-day sales record.

Ceremonies held across the country for veterans day yesterday.

Here, president obama laid a

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