JetBlue CEO Plans to Stay in Role

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JetBlue Chief Executive Dave Barger said Thursday his future role at the company will be "the same as it is today."

Barclays Files to Dismiss Dark-Pool Complaint

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Barclays moved to dismiss New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's complaint that the bank lied to clients about activity of high-speed traders in its dark pool.

Vivendi's SFR Unit Hit By Network Outage

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French phone operator SFR was hit by a countrywide network outage for several hours affecting around 4 million customers.

Airline Fatalities Worst Since 2010

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Commercial aviation is in the middle of its deadliest year since 2010, with the recent spate of air disasters making an abrupt break from three straight years of decline in airplane fatalities.

American, United Launch Buybacks

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The parents of American Airlines and United Airlines unveiled stock-buyback plans, continuing the transformation of the country's largest carriers from bankruptcy into some of the most profitable in the world.

3M Profit Up on Demand for Face Masks and Filters

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3M Co. reported a 5.8% increase in profit for the second quarter, fueled partly by stronger sales of respiratory face masks and water-filtration products in China and other developing countries where pollution fears are growing.

Mars Raises U.S. Chocolate Prices

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A unit of Mars Inc. has raised prices for U.S. chocolate products by about 7% to offset rising costs, the M&Ms and Snickers maker said.

Mars Raises U.S. Chocolate Prices

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A unit of Mars Inc. has raised prices for U.S. chocolate products by about 7% to offset rising costs, the M&Ms and Snickers maker said.

McDonald's Sticks With Chinese Meat Supplier

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McDonald's said it will continue to use a longtime meat provider in China, except for the Shanghai facility accused of selling expired chicken and beef. The decision underscores the difficulty in finding safe food suppliers in China.

Lilly Profit Sinks on Patent Expirations

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Eli Lilly said its second-quarter profit slid 39% as patent expirations for some of its bigger-selling drugs dragged down revenue and volume.

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