CNN Money: Top business headlines for Sept. 6

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    NEW YORK (CNN) -- CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Friday, September 6.

    JPMorgan to stop making student loans
    JP Morgan is getting out of the student loan business. Starting Oct. 12, JP Morgan Chase will no longer accept new applications for private student loans, said Trish Wexler, a spokeswoman for the New York bank. The decision will not affect existing student loans nor loan applications submitted until Oct. 12.

    Americans turn in passports as new tax law hits
    The number of Americans choosing to give up their citizenship has spiked dramatically this year as the government works to implement a new disclosure law aimed at stamping out tax evasion. Some of the rush may be caused by Americans hoping to avoid the new disclosure requirements. Others living abroad say they are giving up their U.S. passport because they are tired of dealing with overly complicated tax filings.

    Yahoo rolls out its new logo
    After an extensive, month-long buildup, Yahoo has finally unveiled its new logo. Overall the look is cleaner and thinner, and it is a new sans-serif typeface created by Yahoo. The logo is still purple, though a shade darker, and features all the usual uppercase letters in the same order finished off by the signature exclamation point, which dances around in some versions.

    New Facebook flap: Your face in some product's ad
    A proposed Facebook policy that would allow your picture to be used in a product or store's ad on the site has privacy groups united in opposition. Executives from six public interest groups on Wednesday signed a letter to the Federal Trade Commission, asking that the agency block the practice.



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