Major Customers Unfazed by Electrolux's GE Buy

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If General Electric sells its appliance business to rival Electrolux, will home builders and property managers have to pay more for stove tops? The Justice Department says they will, but home builders aren’t as sure.

Get Ready to Weather the Price of El Niño

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The return of the El Niño weather phenomenon is forcing agricultural commodity players to prepare for low crop yields and heightened price volatility.

Troubling Lessons in China's Crumbling Stock Market

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The bubble’s deflation shows China’s reputation for omnipotence in economic matters is hardly unassailable.

Rivals Lurked Behind Aetna's Deal With Humana

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Jockeying among the three other major health insurers—UnitedHealth, Anthem and Cigna—played into the dynamics of Aetna’s $34.1 billion deal to acquire Humana.

Oil Pipeline Inspection Tools: Far From Perfect

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Oil pipeline companies like to brag that their advanced testing methods and remote monitoring technology prevent spills. So why was a southern California beach coated in crude?

Ends No Longer Meet in Puerto Rico

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Business leaders see the island’s debt crisis as a spur to cut government spending, but the dependency on an expansive welfare system is deep.

Uber to Suspend Uberpop in France

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Uber Technologies plans to suspend one of its main services in France, days after French prosecutors indicted two top executives on charges of running that service illegally.

Fitch Affirms Russia's Rating

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Fitch Ratings affirmed its investment-grade rating for Russia, while maintaining its negative outlook for the nation.

Economist Warns of Risks of Greek Crisis to Eurozone Recovery

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The Greek crisis risks taking the steam out of the eurozone economy, just as the currency area was showing signs of recovering from a long period of weak economic growth, the chief economist for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said.

Airlines' New Normal: More Seats, Fewer Flights

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Using an industry technique known as “upgauging,” airlines increase capacity by adding seats on existing jets and replacing smaller planes with larger ones.

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