Yara, CF Industries in Merger Talks

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Norway's Yara International and U.S.-based CF Industries said they are discussing a merger that would create a new, nearly $19 billion-a-year powerhouse in the global fertilizer business.

EU Tells Google to Offer More or Face Charges

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Google must improve its proposal to settle European Union concerns over its search practices or face formal antitrust charges, the EU's competition chief Joaquín Almunia said.

Bombardier in Talks Over CSeries Operator

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Bombardier Inc. is in advanced discussions with an undisclosed airline to be the first operator of its new CSeries, the jetliner's program chief said in an interview.

GM Hires Cybersecurity Chief

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General Motors hired a product cybersecurity chief as technological complexity continues to expand in the automotive sector.

P&G Wins Patent Case on Crest Whitestrips

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P&G won a victory in its fight to protect its Crest Whitestrips from generic competition, potentially driving one of its few remaining rivals out of the market.

Carnival Raises Outlook As Profit Jumps

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Carnival raised its outlook for the year as it reported a 34% increase in earnings for the August quarter, led by higher onboard spending and a stronger performance in its Asia division.

Allergan Rejected Offer From Actavis

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Drug company Actavis recently made a bid for Allergan, but the Botox maker rejected the proposal and is closing in on its own takeover for Salix Pharmaceuticals.

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Philips to Split Operations

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Dutch electronics group Philips said it would split itself into two companies, spinning off its iconic lighting business 123 years after making its first incandescent light bulb.

Soda Companies Set Goals on Calories

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Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo Inc. and Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. will work to cut beverage calories in the American diet by 20% by 2025 through promoting bottled water, low-calorie drinks and smaller portions.

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