Investors Wary on WWE Subscribers

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World Wrestling Entertainment said it now has more than 1.3 million subscribers for its online TV network, a 31% increase in just two months, but investors worry that some may bolt now that WrestleMania is over.

McDonald's Labor Liability Dispute Goes Before Judge

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An McDonald’s attorney told a judge the company is a victim of a union-orchestrated attack, as legal proceedings got under way in a labor dispute that could upend relationship between big retailers and franchisees.

Noah to Succeed Stewart on 'Daily Show'

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Comedy Central has tapped 31-year-old South African comic Trevor Noah to replace Jon Stewart as the host of its flagship franchise, “The Daily Show.”

Energy's New Legal Threat: Earthquake Suits

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A lawsuit in Oklahoma highlights a new question for energy companies: Can they be forced to pay for damages from earthquakes if the tremors can be linked to oil-and-gas activity?

McDonald's to Test Expanded Breakfast Hours

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Fast-food chain McDonald’s will experiment with round-the-clock Egg McMuffins and Hot Cakes at some San Diego area outlets, responding to customer demand and countering rivals such as Jack In The Box and Sonic.

U.K. Aims to Lure Game Developers

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The British government will offer millions of dollars of tax breaks in a bid to lure digital-game developers.

MillerCoors Caught in a Downdraft

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At MillerCoors, the U.S. joint venture of SABMiller and Molson Coors, profit margins are under pressure and rival craft beers are cutting into sales. On top of it, the company needs to find a new CEO.

UnitedHealth to Buy Catamaran for $12.8 Billion

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UnitedHealth Group plans to bulk up its pharmacy-benefit business with the acquisition of Catamaran.

Nuclear Deal Could Drive Investors to Iran Stocks

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If Iran reaches a nuclear deal, Western investors will almost certainly queue up to invest in the country. The first stop for much of that money, at least initially, could be the Tehran Stock Exchange.

FTC's Second Request for Info on Staples, Office Depot Merger Plan

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The Federal Trade Commission has requested additional information from Staples Inc. and Office Depot Inc. in connection with the pending $6.3 billion deal to combine the companies.

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