Saab Auto Owner Seeks Bankruptcy Protection

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The Chinese-backed company that bought Sweden's Saab Automobile out of bankruptcy filed its second petition for bankruptcy protection with a Swedish court.

China Weighs Gas Tax to Aid Electric-Car Effort

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China is weighing a new tax on gasoline to fund efforts to make electric cars more palatable to consumers, according to the chairman of electric-car maker BYD.

For Hollywood, Not All Box Office Dollars Are Equal

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As summer domestic box office sales fall 15%, movies like "Transformers" and "Spider-Man" can't make up the difference in China and other countries where studios earn much less from DVDs and TV rights.

Angry Birds Chief to Step Down

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Finland's Angry Birds maker Rovio Entertainment has announced that its Chief Executive Mikael Hed is stepping down as of January next year.

Sprint to Sell Next Sony Xperia Phone in U.S.

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Sprint Corp. will sell Sony Corp.'s next Xperia handset in the U.S. as part of a strategy to broaden its lineup of smartphone offerings to limit customer flight, a person familiar with the matter said.

OSI Employees Arrested in China

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Six OSI Group employees were arrested in China, more than a month after authorities suspended the food company's operations, accusing one of its subsidiaries of selling expired food to fast-food companies.

All That Glitters Not Gold For Acquisitive Miner Independence

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Independence Group NL, one of Australia's newest gold producers, says the stars are aligning for it to make new acquisitions—in zinc and nickel mines—as the shine comes off global commodity prices.

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