Tesla Adding Charging Stations in China

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Electric-car maker Tesla Motors struck a deal to with China Unicom, a Beijing-based wireless phone provider, to expand its network of charging stations in China.

Australian Banks Warn Against Tougher Regulations

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Australia's largest lenders defended their ability to withstand any future banking crisis and warned against further moves to strengthen the financial system, in submissions published to a government-backed review.

Mexico's Grupo Bimbo Plans Stock Offering

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Mexican baked goods giant Grupo Bimbo said it plans to issue shares in Mexico and the U.S. to pay down debt, with the amount of capital raised still to be determined.

Freeport-McMoRan's Sale of Chile Mine Hits Tax Snag

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Freeport McMoRan's sale of a large Chilean mine is being held up as it seeks clarification with local authorities on a tax issue, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Orbitz, American Airlines End Dispute

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American Airlines, which on Tuesday withdrew its flights from consumer websites powered by Orbitz Worldwide., did a U-turn Friday after reaching agreement with the online travel agency on business terms. In addition, American Airlines Group no longer plans to withdraw the fares of its US Airways unit on Monday.

Mexico's Pemex Raises 2015 Oil Output Goal

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Petróleos Mexicanos is raising its 2015 goal for crude-oil output after last week reducing 2014 production figures to account for water and other impurities pumped from offshore fields that were erroneously counted as oil.

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Hershey Unveils New Logo

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Hershey unveiled a new logo Friday in an effort to give the 120-year-old chocolate company a more modern look.

Firm Loses Right to Use Saab Name

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The Chinese-backed company trying to revive Saab cars lost the right to use the Swedish brand name amid efforts to recruit new investors and revive production of its cars.

Iliad First Half Profit Falls Slightly

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France's Iliad SA, which is trying to buy U.S. operator T-Mobile, reported its first-half net profit dipped as strong revenue growth was weighed by a tax charge and the amortization of costs related to deploying a 4G network.

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