JetBlue CEO Barger to Retire

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Dave Barger, the longtime JetBlue Airways CEO who has been criticized this year for the discount carrier's lagging performance, will step down when his contract ends in February.

Oasis Beverages, TSG to Buy Pabst

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Russian brewer Oasis Beverages and TSG Consumer Partners are partnering to buy Pabst Brewing, according to people familiar with the matter.

Boeing Faces a Future Without Fighter Jets

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Aerospace giant Boeing is preparing to shift away from fighter jets as orders dry up, leaving a company with a rich military history without a fighter and ceding the market to Lockheed.

Newest iPhones Hit the Market Down Under

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Apple Inc. began sales of its newest iPhones Friday with consumers in Australia becoming the first globally to get their hands on them.

Home Depot Breach Bigger Than Target's

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Home Depot said 56 million cards may have been compromised in a five-month attack on its payment terminals, making the breach much bigger than the holiday attack at Target.

SAP to Acquire Concur Technologies

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SAP has agreed to buy Concur Technologies, a make of expense-management software, in a deal with an enterprise value of about $8.3 billion.

LightSquared Lost $81.4 Million in August

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LightSquared blew through $81.4 million in August, and Philip Falcone's wireless venture has now lost $1.6 billion since it filed for bankruptcy protection in May 2012.

Demand for ECB Loans Disappoints

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The European Central Bank's first offering of cheap, four-year loans to eurozone banks failed to generate as much interest as expected.

Regulators Probe Goldman's Internship for Brother of Libyan Ex-Official

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A yearslong probe of Goldman Sachs Group's ties to Libya's sovereign-wealth fund is focusing on an internship and other perks allegedly offered by the Wall Street bank to win business from the Gadhafi regime.

Conflict-Mineral Audits Barely Scratch Surface

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Only four out of 1,300 U.S.-listed companies sought external audits of their efforts to root out so-called conflict minerals in their supply chains, according to a new study.

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