Apple Shields Information in GT Advanced Creditor Probe

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Creditors of failed smartphone screen material supplier GT Advanced Technologies will get a peek at Apple Inc.’s secrets under a protective court order signed Tuesday.

U.S. Expresses Concern Over Google Antitrust Debate in Europe

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The U.S. has waded into a European debate over a possible breakup of Google Inc., expressing concern about the politicization of antitrust investigations one day before European Union legislators are set to debate an ‘unbundling’ proposal.

Should Crowdfunding Sites Vet Projects?

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Should Kickstarter and Indiegogo take a more active role in checking out projects on their sites before allowing the public to contribute money that may never be returned?

BT Seen With Strong Negotiating Position to Get Back Into Mobile

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BT Group, looking to storm back into mobile, has a strong negotiating position, but faces potentially onerous funding arrangements, analysts say.

Sony to Issue Refunds to Settle FTC Deception Charges

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The Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday that Sony Computer Entertainment America will issue millions of dollars in refunds to settle charges that it deceived customers during the rollout of its PlayStation Vita hand-held gaming console.

France to Prosecute Total Over Iranian Contracts

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Total SA will face corruption charges in a French court related to contracts made in Iran in the 1990s, a spokeswoman for the Paris prosecutor said on Tuesday.

Wal-Mart Top Merchant Leaves

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Wal-Mart’s chief merchandising officer is leaving the retailer just days before the annual Thanksgiving shopping frenzy known as Black Friday.

U.S. to Mandate More Calorie Counts

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The Obama administration plans to unveil final labeling rules that require restaurants with at least 20 locations to display the calorie count of food items on their menus.

The End of the Impulse Shopper

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As U.S. consumers become savvier and less interested in browsing, there’s a new endangered species in the retail landscape: the impulse buy.

OPEC Members Near Compromise on Supply Cuts

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OPEC members are inching toward a compromise that could lead them to cut oil supplies by adhering more strictly to agreed production ceilings.

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