Vanguard and BlackRock Are Raising Their Voices

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Vanguard Group and BlackRock, giant fund managers once known for quiet relationships with the companies in which they invest, say they are getting more assertive.

BlackBerry to Launch Four New Devices

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BlackBerry Ltd. said a new touch-screen phone will be one of four devices it launches this year, as it bolsters its turnaround effort.

Exxon Reducing Capital Spending

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Exxon Mobil Corp. plans to cut capital spending by 12% this year to $34 billion.

Grimaldi to Make $300 Million This Month

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Grimaldi Group, the world’s biggest passenger- and car-ferry company by capacity, will this month complete an order for five giant car carriers worth a combined $300 million to move vehicles made by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Exelon, Pepco Boost Benefits Package

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Exelon and Pepco Holdings agreed to more than double the value of a fund to benefit customers in Maryland as the Chicago-based power company seeks approval from the state regulators for its planned $6.8 billion acquisition of Pepco.

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 and Apple in a technological and financial gunfight.

The Next Marketing Frontier: Your Medical Records

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Practice Fusion is pioneering a new type of data-driven health care. Its software alerts doctors when a medical record indicates that a patient needs a particular treatment. Some of those alerts are sponsored by drug companies.

Quiksilver Delays Earnings Release

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Quiksilver Inc. has delayed its first-quarter earnings release scheduled for Thursday after identifying a ‘revenue cut-off issue.’

Brown-Forman Profit Rises 5.1%

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Brown-Forman Corp. said its earnings rose 5.1% during the holiday quarter with a boost from its Jack Daniel’s trademark brand and premium offerings.

Abercrombie Sales Drop 14%, Warns of Tough Months Ahead

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Abercrombie & Fitch Co. warned of tough months ahead as the teen retailer prolonged its revenue slump, posting a worse-than-expected 14% drop in sales in its holiday quarter.

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