Lindt in Talks to Buy Russell Stover

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Swiss candymaker Lindt is in talks to acquire Russell Stover, the U.S. boxed-chocolate seller, according to people familiar with the matter.

China Moves to Encourage Officials to Buy Energy-Efficient Cars

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China announced new subsidies and other inducements to get government officials and agencies to buy energy-efficient vehicles in a renewed boost for the sector.

HSN Chief Declines Job as J.C. Penney CEO

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Mindy Grossman, who runs HSN Inc., turned down a chance to become J.C. Penney's next chief executive, leaving the retailer to continue hunting for a successor to current chief Myron "Mike" Ullman.

Intel Feeds China's Cheap Tablet Boom

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Intel is trying new ways to woo small suppliers that have lately had an outsize impact on the evolution of the tablet market.

Alibaba Sets Latest Value at $130 Billion

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Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding values itself at $130 billion ahead of its IPO, up from $117 billion in late June, according to a securities filing.

Asian Budget Airlines: In It for the Long Haul

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Budget airlines in Asia such as AirAsiaX and Scoot are starting to piece together long-distance networks, challenging one of the last preserves of premium carriers.

Turkish Airlines Sees Flying 60 Million Passengers This Year

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Turkish Airlines is on track to fly 60 million passengers this year by tapping into greater trade and travel between Africa, Asia and Europe.

Global Air-Safety Effort Lifts Off

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International aviation officials want airline data shared on a truly global level for the first time.

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Leads Box Office

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Latest 'Planet of the Apes' movie opened with a strong $73 million.

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