Aeropostale Forecasts Another Quarterly Loss

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Aeropostale forecast a wider-than-expected loss for the fiscal third quarter as the struggling teen-apparel retailer continues to try to stem declining sales.

Intuit Loss Widens on Higher Expenses

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Intuit reported that its fiscal fourth-quarter loss more than doubled as higher expenses more than offset an increase in revenue.

Al Gore Had Reservations About Selling Current TV to Al Jazeera

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Al Gore had "serious reservations" about selling Current TV to Al Jazeera, but ultimately overcame them because he believed the U.S. was likely to influence the broadcaster more than the other way around, court papers say.

Gap's Margins Narrow

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Gap joined a number of other specialty retailers in reporting narrower margins for its second quarter, while lower expenses helped buoy the company's bottom line.

Inversions Push Falls to Treasury's Tax Man

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Mark J. Mazur, the Obama administration's point man in the effort to deter U.S. companies from restructuring overseas to avoid taxes, is a career government economist known for his loosened neckties, Pez dispensers and sweeping grasp of the U.S. tax code.

Will the grocery chain Market Basket survive as we know it?

Shopper Malaise Hangs Over Target

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Target cut its outlook for the second time this year as traffic at its stores fell again, even though the discounter ramped up promotions to bring shoppers in.

Brazil's Anatel Will Hold Airwaves Auction on Sept. 30

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Brazil's telecommunications regulator, Anatel, announced it will hold a public auction of 4G wireless airwave licenses on Sept. 30.

Yoga Poseurs: Athletic Gear Soars, Outpacing Sport Itself

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The rate of growth in the U.S. retail athletic apparel market is surging, even as Americans' rate of participating in most sports is in decline. For instance, the demand for yoga gear is outpacing growth of the sport itself.

Airlines Expect 2% Rise in Labor Day Passengers

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An estimated 14 million passengers will fly on U.S. carriers over the seven-day Labor Day travel period, up 2% from an estimated 13.8 million a year ago, according to Airlines for America, the industry's leading trade group.

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