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Pimco Pulled Futures-Clearing Business From State Street

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Pacific Investment Management Co. in the past month pulled all its futures-clearing business from a unit of State Street Corp. after State Street asked Pimco to reduce some positions.

TransCanada Files for Energy East Pipeline

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TransCanada filed a formal application with Canada’s main energy regulator for a C$12 billion pipeline that would ship landlocked western Canadian crude to refineries on the country’s east coast and offshore.

Pentagon Plans Cheaper F-35 Jet Deals for Overseas Buyers

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The Pentagon plans to offer deals to international buyers of the F-35 fighter jet that would undercut the price paid for planes destined for U.S. forces, the program’s military chief said.

Judge Orders GT Bankruptcy Papers Unsealed

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A bankruptcy judge in New Hampshire ordered the unsealing of papers spelling out the reasons Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Energy Boom Can Withstand Steeper Oil-Price Drop

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Oil prices would need to fall at least another $20 a barrel to choke off the U.S. energy boom, industry experts say, though some smaller American producers would face serious problems from a more modest decline.

Total Well Placed to Weather Oil-Price Volatility, CEO Says

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French oil major Total SA is well placed to weather the recent oil-price volatility, its new Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanné told a London industry conference Thursday.

FTC Says Gerber Falsely Advertised Baby Formula

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The Federal Trade Commission charged Gerber with falsely advertising the potential health benefits of its Good Start Gentle baby formula, saying the company has claimed it could reduce or prevent the risk of allergies.

NHTSA Orders Airbag Maker Takata to Disclose More Data

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ordered Japanese airbag maker Takata to disclose more data related to millions of defective airbag systems.

Has Samsung Lost Its Grip to China?

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The sharp drop in Samsung’s mobile-phone business raises the question: Will Chinese companies soon rule the smartphone market?

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