China Fines Auto-Part Makers

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China levied $202 million in fines against 12 Japanese auto-part makers for alleged price manipulation in the latest effort to wield its power against multinational companies.

AT&T's Network to Land on Google's Turf

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AT&T is bringing its GigaPower Internet service to Apple's hometown and a few miles from Google's doorstep in a race to wire the nation with ultrafast fiber optic cables.

Volvo Car Swings to Net Profit in First Half of 2014

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Swedish auto maker Volvo Car Corp. said Wednesday it swung to a net profit during the first half of the year as car sales increased 9.5% on strong demand in China, Sweden and Western Europe.

BHP Plans Massive Restructuring

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BHP said it would split off nickel, aluminum and other properties into a new company that could be valued at up to $12 billion, in what would be one of the biggest asset sales in mining history.

LG Chem Scores Audi Battery Deal

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South Korea's LG Chem has secured a deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars to supply electric vehicle batteries to Audi.

News and Ads to Debut on Snapchat

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Snapchat, the mobile app for disappearing messages, could soon be a service for disappearing videos, news articles and advertisements.

Technology Helps Pilots Land in Fog

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Rockwell Collins Inc. and other cockpit-equipment makers are developing technologies that could enable low-visibility landings now prohibited at scores of mid-size and smaller fields in the U.S.

DOJ Closes AstraZeneca Probe

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The U.S. Department of Justice has closed a probe into AstraZeneca's heart drug Brilinta, removing a major cloud over the U.K. drug maker's outlook.

NFL to Coldplay: Pay to Play Super Bowl

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The National Football League doesn't usually pay the act that performs at halftime during the Super Bowl. But in a twist this year, the league has asked artists under consideration for the gig to pay to play.

TJX Thrives as Retailers Face Slump

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The parent of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods bucked weak retail industry trends on Tuesday when it reported increased traffic and higher sales and profit.

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