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Iliad Founder, Seeking T-Mobile, Sees Potential in U.S. Market

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Telecom company Iliad has thrived on its pledge to cut French household's mobile phone bills in half. Founder Xavier Niel, now pursuing T-Mobile US, sees the same opportunity across the Atlantic.

GoPro's Nimble But Can't Dodge the Wipeout

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GoPro's stock slumped despite a good set of quarterly results—and it still looks vulnerable.

Habit Restaurants Planning Possible IPO

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Burger chain Habit Restaurants LLC is working with banks for a possible initial public offering in the next several months, people familiar with the discussions said.

Harley Recalls Bikes Over Ignition Switch

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Harley-Davidson said it is recalling 4,520 motorcycles globally because of an ignition switch problem that could cause the bike to shut down while riding.

Chinese High-Rollers Take Lower Profile

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China's anticorruption campaign is damping revenue at Macau's casinos, as well as spending at Hong Kong's luxury malls, as conspicuous consumption loses its cachet.

H-P to Settle Claims of Overbilling USPS

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H-P has agreed to pay $32.5 million to resolve allegations that the computer giant overcharged the U.S. Postal Service for certain products, the Justice Department said Friday.

How a Corporate 'Inversion' Could Raise Your Taxes

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Tax Report: Shareholders in U.S. companies involved in inversion deals are likely to owe capital-gains tax.

U.S. Stocks Pull Back

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U.S. stocks pulled back as global credit-market woes put investors on the defensive, despite a jobs report that investors said was bullish for equities.

U.S. Auto Sales Jump in July

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U.S. auto demand roared ahead in July thanks to healthy summer sales incentives, with top auto makers posting near double-digit increases over last year on top of already-high sales levels in the U.S.

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