AT&T to Offer TV and Wireless Bundle

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AT&T plans to offer bundled TV and wireless phone services, about a month after the company closed its acquisition of DirecTV.

Oil-and-Gas Debt Deals Sting Investors

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It is shaping up as a cruel summer for debt investors wagering on a rebound in the oil-and-gas business.

U.S. Firms Struggle to Trace 'Conflict Minerals'

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Hundreds of U.S. public companies are coming up short, as they face a deadline to reveal whether their supply chains contain even trace amounts of minerals linked to violence in Africa.

Middle East Refinery-Expansion Plans Hit Snags

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Middle Eastern countries are experiencing setbacks in plans to expand their oil-refining capacity, dealing a blow to efforts to address an expensive irony: petroleum-rich nations importing products like gasoline.

Supersized Cargo Skips Small Ports

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Hampered by a shallow, inland location and labor strife, Portland loses out on shipping container traffic.

Higher Spending Should Drive Up Car Makers' Margins

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Car sales probably can’t get much stronger than they were in July, but Americans will find another way to spend their money.

Apple, Google Aim to Predict What You Want

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Apple and Google are developing technology for smartphones that will study users’ activities and deliver information before they ask for it. The companies hope new features will keep users loyal.

Car Makers Map Out Future With Nokia Deal

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BMW, Audi and Daimler are betting on the future of autonomous cars, which meant joining forces to acquire HERE is more a necessity than a luxury.

Judge Adds to Pressure on SEC Over How it Names Its Judges

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A federal judge gave the Securities and Exchange Commission seven days to say if it will change the way it appoints its administrative law judges.

Puerto Rico Defaults on Most of Debt Payment

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Puerto Rico missed most of a $58 million bond payment Monday, the first default by the U.S. commonwealth in what may become one of the largest restructurings in the history of the $3.7 trillion market for debt sold by U.S. state and local governments.

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