Pom's Ads Were Misleading, Court Says

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A federal appeals court upheld Federal Trade Commission findings that pomegranate-juice maker Pom Wonderful made false and misleading claims its products were effective in fighting heart disease and prostate cancer.

Eurozone Consumer Prices Fall Sharply

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Consumer prices in the eurozone fell more sharply and more broadly in January, heightening the risk of a slide toward deflation that the ECB hopes to halt and then reverse through its new bond-buying program.

Russia Cuts Interest Rates

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Russia’s central bank surprised financial markets with a two percentage point cut in its key interest rate, sending the ruble lower even as the bank said the currency was showing signs of stabilization.

Apple, Google and Amazon Reach 'Freemium' Agreement

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Apple, Google and Amazon reached an accord with Italy’s competition authority that allows the U.S. companies to avoid fines for allegedly misleading people to make purchases in mobile phone apps that are initially free to download.

Alibaba, China's SAIC Working Together to Fight Counterfeits

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Chinese regulators said late Friday that they will be working with e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to fight counterfeit products sold online.

ANA Orders $2.2 Billion in Aircraft From Boeing, Airbus

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All Nippon Airways agreed to buy eight new planes from Boeing in an order valued at about $1.4 billion, while also taking $828 million worth of Airbus Group planes.

Hard-Driving Uber Tries Compromise

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Facing roadblocks, ride-sharing service Uber is trying to present a softer side to its aggressive push into global markets.

U.K.'s Daily Mail Acquires Elite Daily

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Britain’s Daily Mail & General Trust said Friday it has acquired cultural news website Elite Daily as part of a plan to broaden its footprint in the U.S.

Shake Shack Trades Higher in Market Debut

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Shares of Shake Shack, a restaurant chain known for its burgers and crinkle-cut fries, opened at $47.21 in their market debut, 125% above their IPO price.

Shake Shack Trades Higher in Market Debut

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Shares of Shake Shack, a restaurant chain known for its burgers and crinkle-cut fries, opened at $47.21 in their market debut, 125% above their IPO price.

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