Target Lowers Earnings Outlook

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Target lowered its outlook for the year, still reeling from the massive data breach of its customers' credit and debit card information and slower customer traffic at its stores.

Europe's Brewers Hurt by Russia

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Some of Europe's biggest brewers are being walloped by lower consumer spending in Russia, amid its standoff with the West over Ukraine and in the wake of Moscow's recent drive to restrict beer marketing.

Walgreen Shakeup After Bad Projection

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The drugstore giant pressured its CFO and pharmacy chief to leave after a bungled forecast of pharmacy profits related to its Medicare prescription-drug business.

Balfour Beatty Rejects Latest Carillion Bid

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U.K. building firm Balfour Beatty has rejected Carillion's latest merger offer and says it won't seek an extension to the so-called 'put-up or shut-up' deadline.

Fortescue Profit Jumps

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Fortescue Metals Group said it hoped to repay as much as $1.5 billion of debt within the next year after a sharp rise in iron-ore output fueled a 56% increase in annual profit.

Amazon.com Coming to Shanghai's Free-Trade Zone

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Amazon.com plans to set up operations in Shanghai's new free-trade zone, a major move that will allow it to sell more merchandise from abroad in China and help boost competition against rivals like Alibaba.

Bombardier Replaces Marketing Executive

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Bombardier Inc. has replaced its commercial aircraft marketing chief, Philippe Poutissou, as the Canadian transportation company struggles to complete its first direct challenge to Boeing Co. and Airbus Group NV.

Volvo Car Swings to Profit

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Swedish auto maker Volvo Car Corp. said Wednesday it swung to a net profit during the first half of the year as car sales increased 9.5% on strong demand in China, Sweden and Western Europe.

NFL to Coldplay: Pay to Play Super Bowl

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The National Football League doesn't usually pay the act that performs at halftime during the Super Bowl. But in a twist this year, the league has asked artists under consideration for the gig to pay to play.

Coca-Cola Amatil Faces Challenges in Indonesia

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The Australian company's profits there are rapidly losing their fizz as costs rise and competitors from Peru to Japan continue to make inroads in the country.

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