Bob Evans Opts Not to Spin Off Food Ops

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Bob Evans Farms said it won’t pursue a sale or spinoff of its foods unit and it has hired J.P. Morgan to advise on strategic options for its real estate.

Vitamin Shoppe Names Colin Watts CEO

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Vitamin Shoppe Inc. said former Weight Watchers International Inc. and Walgreen Co. executive Colin Watts will become chief executive of the nutritional-products seller.

Civil Trial Begins in Trinity Mirror's Phone-Hacking Case

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Journalists at newspapers owned by Trinity Mirror PLC intercepted mobile phone voice-mail messages on an “industrial scale,” a U.K. court was told Tuesday.

Auto Makers Gear Up to Take on Google and Apple

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The old-school auto makers are gearing up to take on the threat posed by emerging competitors Google Inc. and Apple Inc. in a technological and financial gunfight.

Bell Helicopter Announces Deals

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Bell Helicopter on Tuesday announced deals that could lead to the sale of more than 200 aircraft, helping to counter the weakness in a market hit by the slowdown in work from the oil and gas industry.

Finally: Sunlight in the Office Cubicle

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It is hard to top the sun as a light source for houses and office buildings. Several companies, including 3M and Alcoa, are introducing new products that promise to enhance natural lighting.

Canada Telecom Company BCE Reaches Pension Deal With Sun Life

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Canadian communications company BCE Inc. is taking further steps to strip risk out of its pension obligations by striking a multibillion-dollar deal to transfer what it calls “longevity risk” to insurer Sun Life Financial Inc.

Strike Forces Norwegian Air to Cancel Scandinavian Flights

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Airline Norwegian Air Shuttle said it will cancel all domestic flights in Norway, Sweden and Denmark starting Wednesday because of a widening pilots’ strike.

Fiat Chrysler May Sell More of Ferrari

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Fiat Chrysler may decide to sell more than the originally planned 10% of Ferrari in the initial public sale slated for later in the year to meet strong demand from investors.

SanDisk Targets Price Barrier With New Storage System

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SanDisk is unveiling ‘Infiniflash,’ which offers substantially greater capacity than other flash-based hardware on the market at a price designed to attract attention.

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