Apple iTunes Sees Drop in Music Sales

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Digital music sales at Apple iTunes store have fallen 13% to 14% world-wide since the start of the year, according to people familiar with the matter, underscoring the fragility of the music industry’s nascent recovery.

The New Rules of Estate Planning

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A higher exemption for the federal estate tax is shifting the focus to minimizing capital-gains taxes and state levies. Here are the latest strategies.

Ruble Faces New Wave of Pressure

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A new wave of pressure is hitting Russia’s ruble as the market is becoming convinced that the central bank won’t be able to halt its slide.

AT&T Risks Losing Prized Wireless Customers

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AT&T is enjoying its lowest-ever “churn” rate, but is also facing an uncomfortable situation: up to 10 million of its most lucrative wireless customers may be free to walk out the door.

U.S. to Name New Auto-Safety Chief

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The Obama administration is close to naming a permanent top auto-safety regulator amid criticism of the agency’s handling of large air-bag recall, which an administration official on Friday called “suboptimal.”

USPS Wins Approval to Continue Grocery-Delivery Test

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The U.S. Postal Service this week won approval for a two-year grocery delivery test, giving letter carriers permission to continue to deliver totes containing food in the San Francisco area.

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FCC Delays Airwaves Auction

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The Federal Communications Commission said it is delaying to 2016 a highly anticipated spectrum auction in which TV broadcasters will sell airwaves so they can be used for mobile broadband.

Ford's Profit Falls 34%

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Ford said third-quarter income fell 34% from a year ago to $835 million as lower truck production and higher warranty and recall costs hurt results in its core North American operations and losses in Europe widened.

Italian Court Clears Dolce And Gabbana Of Tax Charges

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Italy’s highest court cleared fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of tax evasion charges Friday, bringing to an end one of the highest profile tax cases in Italy in recent years.

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