New Services Cloud AT&T's Bet on Pay TV

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AT&T knew it was buying a melting ice cube when it agreed to acquire satellite-TV company DirecTV last year for $49 billion. But recent moves by HBO, Apple and the NFL have turned the temperature up a few degrees.

Japan Robot Maker Fanuc Reveals Secrets

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Fanuc, which helps make iPhones and Teslas, is opening its doors after long eschewing investor contacts.

Telecoms Invest Heavily on India Broadband

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Cellphone-service companies made a $17.6 billion bet this week on the growing popularity of smartphones in India.

Honda to Expand India Capacity

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Honda Motor would spend $156 million to expand its car and motorcycle manufacturing capacity in India as it tries to meet growing demand for its products in Asia’s third-largest automobile market.

Dow Chemical to Split Off Chlorine Ops

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Dow Chemical said it will split off a significant portion of its chlorine business and merge it with Olin in a deal valued at $5 billion.

Mobile Alters Landscape Where Google Operates

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Smartphone users spend most of their time in apps rather than Web browsing. But among those who search, Google has a big share.

China's Cnooc Posts Higher Annual Profit

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China’s Cnooc is pledging to boost efficiencies at its overseas operations this year as falling oil prices have hit its increasingly global portfolio. The company said profit rose 6.6% in 2014.

Apps Meerkat, Periscope in Race for Live-Video Supremacy

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Live-video streaming apps Meerkat and the newly introduced Periscope are going head-to-head in a race to become the dominant way for social-media users to broadcast their surroundings.

India Rises as Importer of Coal

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India has recently been taking advantage of a global price slump to import more coal, while China is seeking to rely more on domestic sources.

Companies Restless at Slow Pace of EU Justice

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Brussels Beat: Companies involved in cases concerning breaches of EU competition law are so frustrated at the slow pace of the courts that some of them have decided to sue.

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