Are Shippers Responsible for Content?

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U.S. case against FedEx will explore whether the company conspired to distribute controlled substances.

U.K. Launches Onshore Oil and Gas Licensing Round

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The U.K. government Monday is launching its first onshore oil and gas licensing round in six years—the latest step in efforts to unlock shale gas reserves amid worries over increasing dependence on energy imports.

Gauging Heavy-Equipment Loads

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Construction-machinery makers are encouraging customers to use electronic monitoring devices to assess their usage of heavy equipment.

Fox's Invitation to Time Warner

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21st Century Fox is prepared to offer shareholders of Time Warner board representation as part of its bid to acquire the media company, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Hilton Books Upgraded Technology

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Hilton is placing a $550 million bet that hotel guests increasingly will use smartphones to choose rooms, check in and even unlock doors.

Luxembourg Covets the Yuan

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The small nation is seeking to be at the heart of a new trend in global finance: the rising use of China's currency outside its home market.

Advertising's New Frontier: Talk to the Bot

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This month, Kik, a popular chat app among teens in the U.S., launched a feature that could be the future of advertising: people conversing directly with brands via bots.

Audi Cuts Prices of Spare Parts in China

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Audi on Saturday announced price cuts for spare parts of up to 38% in China, the company's largest market, as the Chinese government steps up its scrutiny of foreign luxury-car makers.

Abundant Grain Ripples Through U.S. Farming Industry

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A tidal wave of grain looms over the U.S. agricultural sector, spelling bounty for some companies and challenges for others.

Hospira Bidding for Danone Medical-Nutrition Unit

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Hospira has emerged as a bidder for Danone's medical-nutrition unit in a deal that could be worth about $5 billion and mark the latest in a flurry of so-called inversion deals.

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