Tim Hortons, Burger King Termination Fee: $317 Million

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Tim Hortons Inc. would owe Burger King about $317 million if the Canadian company were to walk away from its $11 billion sale to the U.S. fast-food chain, according to the pair's merger agreement.

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.

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.

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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.

Russia Shuts 12 McDonald's

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The number of McDonald's restaurants shut down by Russia's consumer regulator continues to rise as tensions between Moscow and the West grow.

J&J, Bayer Aim to Expand Xarelto's Uses

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Johnson & Johnson and Bayer announced plans to launch clinical trials of the anticoagulant Xarelto against three new diseases in an ambitious bid to widen the market for a drug poised to exceed $1 billion in sales this year.

OSI Employees Arrested in China

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Six OSI Group employees were arrested in China, more than a month after authorities suspended the U.S. food company's operations, accusing one of its subsidiaries of selling expired products to fast-food companies.

Dongfeng Motor's Earnings Surge

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China's Dongfeng Motor Group reported a 54% rise in first-half net profit, thanks to sales gains in its joint ventures with Japanese and French car makers.

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