8. -- Muriel Siebert, the first woman to become a member of the New York Stock Exchange, died on Saturday of complications of cancer at 80 years old.

9. -- TMS International ( TMS), a provider of procurement and other services to steel mills, agreed to sell itself for about $1 billion, including debt, to an investment firm run by Tom Pritzker, a member of one of America's wealthiest business families, people familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal.

TMS shareholders are expected to get $17.50 a share in cash in a deal to be announced Monday, the people told the newspaper. That is a 12.4% premium to the stock's closing price of $15.57 on Friday.

10. -- Lee Daniels' The Butler was the top movie at the box office this weekend, taking in $17 million of receipts. The movie, starring Forest Whitaker and Oprah Winfrey, also was tops the previous weekend with $24.6 million.

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