Marines Say Costly F-35 Jet Fighter Is Finally Ready

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The U.S. Marine Corps said Lockheed’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is finally ready for combat, a milestone for the world’s most expensive weapons program.

Oil Shares Weigh on Dow

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Oil majors pulled the Dow Jones Industrial Average lower in afternoon trading Friday after a report indicated an increase in U.S. oil drilling.

ArcelorMittal Says It Needs a Better Labor Pact in U.S.

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ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steelmaker, said it needs to raise health-care premiums for its U.S. workers and retirees and freeze or cut pay for some employees.

Amgen to Undergo Experimental Treatment

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Amgen shareholders should be watching the development of U.S. biosimilars carefully.

Stock Trading Resumes in Athens on Monday

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Trading in Greek stocks will resume next week on the Athex exchange, ending a more than monthlong closure during which the country struggled to avoid an exit from the eurozone.

Exxon Mobil Earnings Cut in Half

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Exxon Mobil the biggest and richest U.S. oil company, reported a 52% drop in profit for its second quarter, even as lower crude prices drove its refining earnings higher.

Riots to Riches: China's Wild Market Swings

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After nearly 25 years of turbulent action that has elated and infuriated investors, China’s stock markets remain much as they were when they opened in 1990. Beijing calls the shots.

Comcast's Wireless Plan May Need to Be Updated

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Comcast struck a deal with Verizon in 2011 giving it the right to sell wireless service using the carrier’s network at set terms and pricing, but now the deal is looking dated.

Thirsty for Growth, Liquor Giant Taps Africa

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Diageo and other global spirits companies are expanding across Africa, targeting even the poorest consumers with liquor made locally and sold cheaply.

Solar-Power Fight Hits Home in Arizona

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Arizona, the epicenter of a nationwide debate between solar companies and utilities, is introducing new rules for companies that offer solar-panel leases. But the firms say the regulations are an effort by traditional utilities to try to stop the spread of residential solar in the state.

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