PayPal to Allow More Merchants to Accept Bitcoin

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EBay payments unit PayPal is further integrating bitcoin into its payment processing operations, allowing digital goods merchants to accept the virtual currency via its PayPal Payments Hub service.

UniCredit Confirms Talks With Santander

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UniCredit SpA Chief Executive Federico Ghizzoni said the bank has decided to enter exclusive talks with Banco Santander to combine its Pioneer Investments asset-management unit with Santander Asset Management.

Cadillac to Move Headquarters

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General Motors is moving Cadillac's headquarters to New York as part of a broader reorganization aimed to establish its slumping luxury brand as a stand-alone business unit.

Jimmy Choo Plans London Listing

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Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo plans to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange in October, in an initial public offering that could value the company at more than $1 billion.

Siemens CEO Shifts Focus to Energy

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Just over a year in the top job, Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser is refocusing the German engineering giant squarely on energy.

Ivanpah Solar Project Owners Delay Repaying Loans, Documents Say

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The world's largest solar thermal electricity project is applying for a federal grant—to pay off its federal loan.

Missing Qingdao Copper Spawns Lawsuits

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After spurring fears of a massive scandal and a global metals selloff, the missing copper at a Chinese port has instead created a morass of global lawsuits.

In the Philippines, a Dream of Green City

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On land that once belonged to the largest American military base outside the U.S., Arnel Casanova envisages a new type of city for the Philippines.

Hyundai Motor Workers Walk Off Job

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More than three-quarters of the workforce of Hyundai Motor walked off the job to highlight stalled contract talks and the company's $10 billion land purchase that is becoming a flash point for corporate-governance concerns in South Korea.

Boom in Jetliners May Be Stalling

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A period of record demand for Airbus Group and Boeing jetliners may be nearing an end amid concerns that the market has run out of growth.

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