Appeals Court Grants TV Programmers Stay in FCC Fight

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An appeals court granted TV channel owners a preliminary victory in their standoff with the FCC over disclosure of programming contracts, raising the prospect of further delays to the agency’s review of big pay-TV industry mergers.

Dish Restores Turner TV Channels

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CNN and other networks owned by Time Warner Inc.’s Turner Broadcasting have been restored on Dish Network Corp.’s satellite TV service as part of a short-term accord between the battling media companies.

Honda Broadens Search for Air-Bag Fix

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Honda is in talks with several air-bag suppliers besides Takata about securing replacement parts for vehicles recalled over defective Takata-made air bags, people knowledgeable about the matter said.

Millennials, the Market Is Your Friend. Really

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Columnist Morgan Housel writes an open letter to his generation of investors.

European Telecoms' Merger Talk Reaches Fever Pitch

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Talk of mergers among European telecoms firms in France has been so intense that executives are openly joking about it.

Startups Mine Data From Fields, Shadows

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A growing coterie of entrepreneurs are selling analysis of obscure data sets to traders in search of even the smallest edges.

Alibaba Becomes Wall Street's Favorite Customer

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Alibaba Group sold $8 billion in bonds, making the Chinese Internet company this year’s biggest source of fees for banks working on capital-markets deals.

Pentagon to Contractors: Innovate

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The Pentagon wants to spend more of its budget on new technologies from beyond its traditional supplier base—posing a challenge for established contractors.

Disney Expands Shanghai Media Group Partnership

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Walt Disney and Shanghai Media Group are expanding their movie-producing partnership to develop TV shows, and cooperate on marketing and content distribution.

Dillard's Sets $500 Million Buyback

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Dillard’s unveiled a $500 million stock buyback program Friday, a day after an activist investor began pushing for change at the department-store operator.

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