U.S. and India Advance Nuclear Trade

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President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said they made tangible progress on a range of issues with movement on civil nuclear trade defense cooperation and climate change.

Sunac China in Talks With Kaisa

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Tianjin-based Sunac China Holdings is among the property developers looking into buying a stake of cash-strapped Kaisa Group Holdings, people familiar with the talks said.

Aer Lingus Mulls Sweeter IAG Takeover Offer

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Irish airline Aer Lingus is considering a sweetened takeover offer from International Consolidated Airlines having rejected two previous bids from the British Airways parent.

H-P Shuffles Management at China Unit

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Hewlett-Packard is making changes to top management at a subsidiary in China that has recently been hit by worker protests.

Siemens Chief Faces Heat on Deal

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Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser is expected to face tough questions from investors on Tuesday over the high price he agreed in September to pay for oil equipment maker Dresser-Rand Group.

Google, Cablevision Challenge Wireless Business Model

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Google and Cablevision Systems are preparing new cellphone services that would turn the wireless industry’s business model on its head, increasing pressure on companies already dealing with a price war.

AXIS Capital, PartnerRe to Merge

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AXIS Capital Holdings and PartnerRe said they have signed an agreement to merge.

Inroads Made by Apple Pay Propel 'Mobile Wallet' Idea

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Apple’s Apple Pay payments service, now three months old, is making progress toward a goal that has eluded other mobile wallets: persuading people to use it.

Currency Fight Hinders Talks on Trade Deal

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Concern that some trade partners are manipulating their currencies to gain an export edge has emerged as a major hurdle to the Obama administration’s efforts to move a Pacific trade agreement through Congress.

Exxon Fined $1.05 Million for 2011 Yellowstone Pipeline Break

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Exxon Mobil Corp. must pay a $1.05 million penalty for safety violations related to a 2011 pipeline break under Montana’s Yellowstone River, federal regulators said.

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