EU Cracks Down on India-Linked Drugs

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Europe’s main pharmaceutical regulator recommended suspending the sale of hundreds of drug formulations that were approved for use based on “flawed” clinical studies conducted by an Indian research organization.

Sony Hack Delays Earnings Report

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The Japanese electronics company says it will miss a stock-market deadline for issuing its third-quarter results due to the hacking attacks that hit its movie unit late last year.

Behind 'American Sniper,' Some Legal Sniping

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‘American Sniper,’ based on the life of ex-Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, has brought in more than $130 million in ticket sales. But the SWAT team training business that he founded after leaving the military is preparing to shut down.

SkyMall Files for Bankruptcy

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The owner of SkyMall, the in-flight catalog that sells unusual gadgets and other oddities, filed for bankruptcy protection, crippled by new rules and technology that let airline passengers keep their smartphones powered up during flight.

State Street, BNY Mellon Post Lackluster Results

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State Street offered a lackluster view for 2015, while Bank of New York Mellon reported lighter-than-expected fee revenue.

McDonald's Extends Slump

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McDonald’s said its earnings would remain under pressure for the next several months, as it takes time to lure back customers with menu changes and other moves.

Refiners Top Off Their Gas Tanks

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The global glut of crude oil is turning into a U.S. glut of gasoline. U.S. refiners have been sucking up abnormally inexpensive crude and turning it into gasoline.

GE to Feel Oil Drop's Effect

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General Electric’s oil-and-gas business managed to blunt the hit from plunging prices of crude but the company is braced for deepening trouble in the year ahead.

Mechanics Union Sues American Airlines

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A unit of a major mechanics union at American Airlines Group Inc. has filed a lawsuit alleging that managers pressured members to breach federal rules on aircraft maintenance, prompting an FAA investigation.

Digital-Music Services Face Another Oldies Challenge

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The owner of recordings by Hot Tuna, New Riders of the Purple Sage and the Flying Burrito Brothers filed lawsuits Thursday against several online music service operators including Apple, Google and Sony for using songs recorded before 1972 without permission.

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