American Airlines Faces Next IT Hurdle

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American Airlines Group Inc., nearly three years after merging with US Airways, faces a major information-technology challenge this weekend, when it transitions all pilots and planes to one “flight operating system.”

Ban Business Dinners and 7 More Career Tips From Top CEOs

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General Motors’ Mary Barra and JPMorgan’s James Dimon shared stories from their own careers and talked frankly about how things work in their own businesses at a Women in the Workplace event in New York Tuesday night.

The Fast and Fleeting Times of the BlackBerry

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BlackBerry Ltd. has given up on designing and producing its smartphones, outsourcing that work instead. The device’s woes were in many ways a product of its rapid and improbable success.

Samsung in Talks With U.S. Safety Regulators Over Washing Machines

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While Samsung Electronics Co. grapples with a recall of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, it is now dealing with complaints about another product: its washing machines.

Redstone Firm to Call on Viacom, CBS to Weigh Merger

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Weeks after cementing a powerful role in her family’s $40 billion media empire, Shari Redstone is moving to undo the last big strategic move of her ailing father, Sumner Redstone: the divorce of Viacom and CBS.

FDA Approves Medtronic's New Automated Insulin Pump

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it has approved an insulin pump by medical device company Medtronic that automatically manages glucose levels within a target range.

Some Hanjin Sailors Denied Shore Leave in U.S. Ports

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Crews aboard Hanjin Shipping Co. vessels docked at American ports are being barred by U.S. immigration officials from coming ashore, a decision labor groups say goes against international seafarers’ conventions.

Funding Sources Shift for Startups

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Startups are relying more heavily on savings and credit cards and less on two once-common sources of funding, bank loans and home equity, according to an analysis of government data.

Hanjin Sale Is Possible, Court Says

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The South Korean bankruptcy court handling the insolvency proceedings of Hanjin Shipping said a sale of the troubled company is possible and a decision would be made soon.

Lawmaker Grills Yellen Over Brainard's Donations to Clinton

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Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen faced intense questioning from a Republican lawmaker over Fed governor Lael Brainard’s contributions to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

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