Lockheed Martin Forms Tech Unit in Israel

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Lockheed Martin, the world's largest defense contractor by sales, has formed a technology-focused Israeli subsidiary as it seeks to win new defense contracts in the country, a company executive said.

Firm Strikes It Rich With Fracking Sand

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Insight Equity Holdings owns about 30% of Emerge Energy Services, which started out supplying sand to golf courses but has done well mining the silica crystals for energy companies.

Firm Strikes It Rich With Fracking Sand

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Insight Equity Holdings owns about 30% of Emerge Energy Services, which started out supplying sand to golf courses but has done well mining the silica crystals for energy companies.

Boeing Takes Lead to Build Space Taxi

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Boeing appears positioned to beat out SpaceX for the bulk of a multibillion-dollar NASA contract to ferry astronauts to and from orbit.

Companies' Stock Buybacks Help Buoy the Market

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U.S. corporations are buying their own shares at the briskest clip since the financial crisis, helping fuel a stock rally amid a broad trading slowdown.

Relaxed Rules for Small-Company IPOs Raise Concerns

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Long-term investors worry that the streamlined filing process and reduced disclosures required of small companies under the JOBS Act ultimately will hurt returns.

PG&E Fires Three Executives Over Contact With California Regulator

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Three PG&E Corp. executives have been fired in the wake of inappropriate email exchanges with California's utility regulator, the company and the state said on Monday.

Danaher Clinches Swiss Dental Deal

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Danaher said it will acquire Swiss dental-implant maker Nobel Biocare in a cash deal worth about $2.1 billion as the U.S. industrial and healthcare technology group sharpens its position in the dental market.

Sears Borrows $400 Million From CEO's Hedge Fund

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Sears is borrowing $400 million from CEO Edward Lampert's hedge fund, giving the retailer an infusion for the holidays after it burned through cash over the summer.

Canadian Natural Allowed to Resume Production at Troubled Site

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Canadian Natural Resources will be allowed to resume production at an oil-sands site in northern Alberta plagued by unexplained leaks of crude that seeped to the surface.

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