Murdoch Paid $29.2 Million at Fox

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21st Century Fox paid CEO Rupert Murdoch a salary of $7.1 million in the latest fiscal year, down 12%, but his total compensation rose about 1% to $29.2 million, due to growth in the value of his retirement plan.

Hyundai, Union in Tentative Wage Agreement

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Hyundai's labor union leaders reached a tentative wage deal with the company's management, raising hopes the South Korean auto maker can put an end to strikes.

Hong Kong Protests May Hurt Retailers

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Clashes between thousands of pro-democracy protesters and police are set to deal a blow to Hong Kong's retailers during one of the city's busiest shopping periods.

UnitedHealth Group to Buy MedSynergies

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UnitedHealth Group Inc. will acquire closely held MedSynergies Inc., a move to deepen the company's role in the growing trend toward integrated health-care providers.

SoftBank-DreamWorks Merger Talks Cool

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SoftBank's talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation have cooled, according to people familiar with the matter, less than two days after word first emerged of the talks.

FCC Asks to See Contracts With Comcast

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The FCC wants media companies to submit details of their programming agreements with Comcast, as it reviews the proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable. TV channel owners are wary.

FCC Considers Rules for Web Video

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The FCC is considering regulations for companies that provide cable-like subscription video services via the Internet.

Ford Sharply Cuts Earnings Outlook

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Ford warned operating profit this year would be sharply below its earlier estimate, citing higher than expected costs of auto-safety recalls in the U.S. and economic weakness in Europe.

Masco to Streamline by Spinning Off Installation Unit

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Masco Corp., maker of well-known products for home improvement and home construction, plans to spin off its struggling insulation-installation business and cut more than 40% of its headquarters staff.

TeliaSonera Promises Stable Dividend

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TeliaSonera plans to pay shareholders at least the same dividend this year and next as it did last year, a change of policy as the Swedish telecoms group juggles cost savings with investment in its fiber-optic and data networks.

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