Enterprise Products Acquires Stake in Oil-Storage Firm

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Enterprise Products, which recently received permission to export unrefined light oil pumped in the U.S., purchased a stake in storage firm Oiltanking Partners.

Corporate Training Gets an Online Refresh

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Providers of massive, open, online courses are starting to offer their services to companies looking to improve their training programs, marking a new chapter in the groups' continued search for a business model.

New Vaccines Target Deadly Virus in Pigs

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Drug companies are racing to create vaccines to stifle a deadly swine virus that has roiled the U.S. meat industry and pushed pork prices to record highs.

Facebook Aims to Shrink Google's Lead in Digital Ads

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Armed with its new Atlas advertising system, Facebook aims to shrink Google's big lead in digital advertising, believing it has an edge because it knows users' identities, a particular advantage on mobile devices.

Should the Afghan officers who went AWOL from the Cape Cod military base be given asylum?

In Germany's Far East, Turning a Movie Set Into a Luxury Store

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Why open a luxury store in one of Germany's poorest towns? Because it's on the eastern border and looking to tap big spenders from Poland and the Czech Republic.

Ebola Case in U.S. Gives Airline Investors the Jitters

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The first Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. gave airline investors the jitters on Wednesday, as they tried to gauge the potential impact of the episode on demand for air travel.

Which States Make You Pay an Amazon Sales Tax

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Amazon.com today begins collecting sales tax from purchasers in Minnesota and Maryland, marking the 22nd and 23rd states where the online retailer assesses the levy.

Comcast Protests Houston Sports Channel's New Sale Proposal

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Comcast Corp. is fighting a new proposal to sell Comcast SportsNet Houston out of bankruptcy to DirecTV and AT&T Inc.

Daum Kakao Faces Global-Growth Questions

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Daum Kakao will be a big player among South Korean technology companies, but it faces questions from investors about its ability to grow globally.

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