Manufacturers Lead Japanese Earnings Higher

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Japanese firms this week reported strong earnings for the latest quarter, led by manufacturers, highlighting a divergence between the health of the corporate sector and the broader economy.

Sharp No Longer Doubts 'Going Concern' Status

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Japanese display maker Sharp Corp. says it no longer has doubts about remaining a "going concern," thanks to a boost in demand for smartphone displays from its key customers.

Airlines Told to Fly Higher Over Iraq

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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has ordered airlines to fly at higher altitudes over Iraq amid growing concerns about carriers operating around conflict zones.

IAG to Cut Airlines' Capacity

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The operator of British Airways and Iberia said it will trim capacity this winter despite reporting robust second-quarter earnings.

Chrysler U.S. Sales Rise 20%

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Chrysler said its U.S. auto sales rose 20% in July, as its Jeep brand turned in another month of strong growth.

Weyerhaeuser Earnings Rise

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Weyerhaeuser said second-quarter earnings rose 43% on strong growth in wood-products sales and one-time gains.

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