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H-P Sues Ex-Autonomy Executives

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Hewlett-Packard said it filed suit against two former senior officials of Autonomy, the U.K. software firm that H-P purchased and then accused of misrepresenting its financial condition.

Google Pressures AT&T's Broadband Prices

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AT&T brought its high-speed broadband service to Google’s backyard Monday, but at a higher price than in places where it competes with the Internet company’s broadband service.

Subscription Service Accused of Fraud

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Authorities in five states filed a lawsuit Tuesday against a magazine and newspaper subscription service they accuse of charging highly inflated prices for publications they weren’t authorized to sell.

Bombardier Cut Former CEO's Pay

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Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier cut its former chief executive’s compensation package last year amid efforts to revamp its corporate structure and address troubles in its aerospace division.

Stone Point Buys Software Company Black Mountain

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Financial services-focused private-equity firm Stone Point Capital acquired Black Mountain Systems, a provider of software to the asset management industry, on Tuesday.

ADM to Adopt No-Deforestation Policy for Soy and Palm Oil

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Archer Daniels Midland will adopt a new policy to fight deforestation by soy and palm-oil suppliers.

Kraft, Dietitian Group to End Program

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A program to put a dietitian group’s “Kids Eat Right” logo on Kraft Singles has reached an early expiration date after a petition by dietitians called for an end to the partnership.

Singapore Air Seeks Stake in Hong Kong Airlines

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Singapore Airlines is in talks to buy a minority stake in short-haul carrier Hong Kong Airlines, as part of an effort to tap into China’s booming travel market.

Comcast Creates Investment Company

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Comcast said Chief Financial Officer Michael J. Angelakis will leave his post to lead a new investment company funded by the cable and media giant.

Samsung, LG End Legal Disputes

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Samsung and LG said they would end all existing legal disputes, bringing a measure of peace to two of South Korea’s best-known conglomerates.

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