Starz Offers Middle East Streaming Service

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Starz this week will make its first international foray with the launch of a subscription streaming video service in the Middle East called Starz Play Arabia.

Chicago Has Deep Dish of Debt Woes

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Some fear a multibillion-dollar pension-funding shortfall could undermine the city’s already tenuous finances.

Proposals Aim to Keep Closer Tabs on Jets

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Canadian and European aviation authorities are looking to impose the most-stringent navigation and position-reporting standards ever on jetliners, including many flying long overwater routes.

Lufthansa Chief Under Spotlight After Crash

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Carsten Spohr faces questions about what the company knew, and when, about the medical condition of Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot whom prosecutors accuse of deliberately flying Germanwings Flight 9525 into a mountainside.

Sears Seeks $2.5 Billion in Property Sales

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Sears moved to sell some of its top properties and then lease them back, a step that will let shareholders like CEO Edward Lampert buy valuable company assets to raise much needed cash.

Jack Welch on M.B.A. Degrees

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Jack Welch says he’s still a fan of the traditional M.B.A. degree—to a point. But he wonders about the average program’s return on investment.

Kick the Tires on CarMax

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Ahead of the Tape: CarMax, AutoNation and other listed auto dealers are priced like cream puffs after Warren Buffett’s foray into the business.

Salesforce CEO Sees Bonus Rise

Related Link: CEO Marc Benioff’s bonus rose 67% from a year ago, to $2.82 million, during a year when the software company’s stock price fell 7%.

Jamba to Sell 100 Stores for $36 Million

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Jamba Juice-owner Jamba Inc. plans to sell about 40% of its company-owned stores to a franchisee group, the latest move to shed the costs of running restaurants in pursuit of higher profit margins.

Mayweather-Pacquiao to Cost $99 on Pay-Per-View

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A month before boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao even enter the ring, their May 2 title fight is already breaking records, with the pay-per-view bout set to cost fans $99.

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