Lion Capital Exercises Right To Name American Apparel Director

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Lion Capital, an investment firm that holds warrants to buy 12% of American Apparel Inc.'s stock, has told the company it is exercising its right to fill one of the two vacant board seats it controls, people familiar with the matter said.

Paramount Group Files IPO Prospectus with SEC

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Paramount Group Inc. filed a prospectus for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday.

Dupont Settles Over Toxic Gas Leaks

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DuPont agreed to pay $1.28 million to resolve alleged violations tied to hazardous chemical leaks at a West Virginia chemical plant that left one DuPont worker dead.

Williams-Sonoma Sales Improve

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Williams-Sonoma's fiscal second-quarter sales improved, but the high-end home retailer's forecast for the current quarter fell short of Wall Street expectations.

Lear to Buy Eagle Ottawa for $850 Million

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Lear Corp. said it has agreed to acquire Eagle Ottawa LLC, the world's largest supplier of premium automotive leather, for $850 million in a move that boosts the company's core automotive-seating business.

Time Warner Cable Recovers From Widespread Outages

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Time Warner Cable said service was largely restored as of early Wednesday morning following an outage of Internet and on demand services in all of its markets.

Alibaba's Results Jump Ahead of IPO

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Alibaba reported a surge in revenue and earnings for its latest quarter, driven in part by increased activity on mobile devices, though its profit margin narrowed.

Vietnam Airlines IPO Seen as Test

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Vietnam Airlines plans to sell a stake in an initial public offering this year, a move seen as a test of the government's commitment to reforms and its ability to promote the Southeast Asian nation's economic growth story.

Shell Canada May Not Meet Waste Targets

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The head of Royal Dutch Shell's Canadian unit said the company may not be able to meet targets for reducing toxic wastes from oil sands.

Tiffany Profit Rises on Strong Sales

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Tiffany said its fiscal second-quarter profit increased 16% as the Americas and Asian-Pacific regions drove sales higher.

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