PG&E Hires New Security Firm

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PG&E has hired a new security company to protect a substation that serves Silicon Valley after breaches that have cost the utility millions of dollars and raised concerns about the nation’s electric grid.

Telefónica Works to Redraw Its Empire

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Telefónica has been rejiggering parts of its empire by retreating from markets where it lacked scale, and expanding in Latin America.

Twitter Grants Head of Product $9.5 Million in Equity

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Twitter Inc. gave new product head Kevin Weil a $9.5 million welcome gift in the form of restricted stock units, according to a securities filing.

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.

Houghton Goes Digital to the Core

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Textbook publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, two years out of bankruptcy, is counting on Common Core standards to drive demand for school curriculum products with both print and digital components.

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, expressing concern about the politicization of antitrust probes a day before EU legislators are set to debate an ‘unbundling’ proposal.

H-P's Revenue Drops Again

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H-P said its profit fell 5.9% for the October quarter on another period of lower revenue as the computer maker continues to show the frailties that prompted its plan to split in two.

Petronas-Led Gas Project Granted Environmental Permit

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British Columbia granted environmental permits to a natural gas export plant backed by Malaysia’s state-owned energy company and two pipelines.

Spreading Black Friday Fever to China

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China doesn’t officially celebrate Thanksgiving or Christmas, but American retailers are hoping to convert a generation of consumers in the world’s most populous country into year-end binge buyers anyway.

Tough Choices for United Technologies

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New Chief Executive Greg Hayes is taking charge amid slowing Chinese real-estate markets, difficulties in Europe and narrowing margins.

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