Grupo Gigante to Buy RadioShack's Mexican Business

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Retailer Grupo Gigante said Friday that it has agreed to buy RadioShack’s Mexican business for $31.8 million, which it plans to revamp and expand.

RadioShack Bidding War Continues With Salus Offer

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The bidding war for RadioShack is still on, even as the company pursues court approval of a company-saving deal with Standard General LP.

DaVita Healthcare Announces CFO Transition

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DaVita Healthcare Partners Inc.’s chief accountant, James K. Hilger, will take on the chief financial officer role on an interim basis, effective March 30.

FCC Nears Opening Some Airwaves for Cheaper Wireless Use

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Federal regulators are one step closer to unlocking a large swath of airwaves that could be used to deliver much cheaper wireless service.

MSG Files to Separate Its Sports, Entertainment Businesses

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Madison Square Garden took another step in its spinoff efforts with a plan that would create two publicly traded companies using a different structure than the one it mentioned in October.

Microsoft Acquires Collaboration Startup LiveLoop

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Microsoft has acquired LiveLoop, a San Francisco startup that developed a service to let people collaborate on PowerPoint documents.

Exide Wins Court Approval for Restructuring

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Battery maker Exide won bankruptcy-court approval for a restructuring that cuts $600 million from its $1 billion in debt and puts the company under the ownership of senior lenders who financed its stay under Chapter 11.

Regulators Have Hands Full With Tesla's Hands-Free Driving

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Tesla has provided auto executives and regulators a better view into the nascent electric vehicle market, but now it is in focus for another reason: autonomous vehicles.

Austria's OMV Gets New CEO

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The head of German oil and gas company Wintershall Holding GmbH, Rainer Seele, will take over in July as chief executive officer of Austrian oil and gas company OMV AG, the Austrian company said.

Bombardier CSeries Won't Fly Commercially Until 2016

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Bombardier Inc. says it doesn’t expect its CSeries aircraft to begin carrying commercial passengers until early 2016, the latest setback linked to the jetliner program.

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