GitHub Hit With Cyberattack

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A popular U.S. coding website is enduring an onslaught of Internet traffic meant for China’s most popular search engine, in an episode that security experts say represents a likely attempt by China to shut down anticensorship tools.

TV for Babies Is Here

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Most TV networks don’t target viewers any younger than four years old, but BabyFirstTV is testing that boundary.

Volvo to Open U.S. Plant

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Volvo said it plans to spend $500 million to build a new vehicle plant in the U.S., and said it will choose a state in about a month.

Korea Aerospace Industries Preferred Bidder for New Fighter Jet

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South Korea has named Korea Aerospace Industries the preferred bidder of a multibillion-dollar deal to develop a new fighter jet.

GM, Ford Make a Play for China's Luxury-Car Buyers

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Ford and GM will unveil new passenger cars at the New York Auto Show that take aim at the growing collection of buyers of luxury vehicles in China.

Boxing Match Sets Off Fight Over Fees

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Boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao don’t square off until May 2, but the media companies behind the highly anticipated welterweight title bout are already coming to blows over how to split up the money.

A New Normal for Defense Contractors

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Contractors and Army leaders gathering at two big trade shows face a sober reality: The Army has borne the brunt of Pentagon budget cuts, prompting deal-making among suppliers and forcing others to leave the business.

EIG Investing $1 Billion in Breitburn

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EIG Global Energy Partners agreed to invest $1 billion in Breitburn Energy Partners, as energy producers turn to alternative capital sources in an effort to bolster their balance sheets.

Chinese Company Makes Lower Bid for PanAust

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A Chinese company made a reduced takeover bid for PanAust, valuing the miner at $859 million and indicating the world’s second-biggest economy is eager to take advantage of slumping commodity prices.

ABN Amro Executives Renounce Pay Rises

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Dutch bank ABN Amro Group said its top executives returned a pay increase following criticism from lawmakers.

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