Germany Clears Sale of RWE Unit to Russian

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Germany has approved the sale of RWE's oil and natural gas exploration subsidiary Dea to an investment holding vehicle of Russian entrepreneur Mikhail Fridman.

Foot Locker Profit Rises 39%

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Foot Locker Inc. said its fiscal second-quarter profit jumped 39% as sales continued to climb.

Cathay Pacific to Launch Hong Kong-Boston Flights

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Cathay Pacific said it plans to launch nonstop flights to the eastern U.S. city of Boston from May 2015 as the Hong Kong-based airline looks to expand its long-haul offerings.

Hibbett Sports Profit Declines 21%

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Hibbett Sports Inc. said its fiscal second-quarter profit declined 21% as higher costs and expenses offset a modest gain in revenue.

Candy Crush Saga Reaches China

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Candy Crush Saga, one of the world's most successful mobile games, has finally been released in China by the country's main mobile game publisher Tencent Holdings.

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.

With Rates Low, Firms Near Borrowing Record

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U.S. corporate-bond issuance is hurtling toward a record for the third consecutive year, as companies take advantage of a surprising interest-rate decline to stock up on cash.

Central Bankers Wrestle With Easy Money

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Central bankers gathering for the Jackson Hole conference confront a global economy that has once again disappointed, leaving them reluctant in some places and unable in others to turn off spigots of easy money.

New Coffee Brewer Tests Keurig CEO's Recipe

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Keurig is rolling out a new version of its coffee brewer, marking the first major product launch under CEO Brian Kelley, who pressed his engineers to develop a machine that could brew both versions of its coffee pods.

Coolpad Eyes Overseas Expansion, Considers Acquisitions

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After overtaking Samsung to become the third-largest smartphone maker in China, Coolpad -- a brand little known outside of the country -- is now setting its sights overseas.

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