A cautious start for Wall Street on Wednesday ahead of the release of minutes from the last Fed meeting. More than usual market observers are keen to parse the Fed's growing internal debate about hiking interest rates. Samsung slashed its Q3 guidance after pulling its Galaxy 7 Smartphone. Ericsson (ERIC) reported a plunge in quarterly operating profit and tumbling sales and slashed its earnings guidance. Cybersecurity company Fortinet (FTNT) reported disappointing third-quarter results and lowered top and bottom line guidance for next quarter. Meanwhile, General Motors (GM) is investing in a car-sharing technology company in China. TheStreet's Jeanne Yurman reports from Wall Street.
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