From the Wires

New York, nation pause to remember 9/11

NYT: Thirteen years after the deadliest terrorist attack in American history, families of the victims gathered in Lower Manhattan, at the Pentagon and at a field in Pennsylvania

Nine in 10 U.S. children eat too much salt

Reuters: A report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that more than 90% of American children ages 6 to 18 consume too much sodium daily.

Apple unveils bigger iPhones, wearables

Bloomberg: Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook revealed the Apple Watch and two new iPhone models with bigger screens.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts profit rises

WSJ: The doughnut chain said its quarterly earnings rose 22%.

Twitter tests 'Buy' button feature

NYT: The social media network is publicly testing a "buy" button embedded in posts to allow users to instantly purchase products.

Organic brand Annie's sold to General Mills

Forbes: The specialty food maker was purchased by giant General Mills for $820 million.

U.S. to allow pharmacies to take back unused prescription drugs

WSJ: In an effort to get addictive painkillers off the street, federal authorities will allow pharmacies and clinics to take back unused prescription drugs from patients.

Chick-fil-A founder dies at the age of 93

Businessweek: Samuel Truett Cathy, founder of the Atlanta-based chicken restaurant chain, passed away this morning.

Starbucks to test express stores, tasting rooms

Fortune: The coffee giant is experimenting with new retail formats, including small locations and tasting rooms.

Comedienne Joan Rivers dead at 81

NYT: Joan Rivers was one of America's first successful female stand-up comics.

U.S. productivity rises 2.3% in Q2

WSJ: Nonfarm labor productivity, or output per hour worked, rose at a 2.3% annual rate from April through June.

Obesity rates reach historic highs in U.S. states

Reuters: Adult obesity rates increased in six U.S. states and decreased in none last year.

CVS stores go tobacco-free

New York Times: All 7,700 CVS locations nationwide no longer sell tobacco products; the company has rebranded itself as CVS Health.