Kellogg Sales Continue to Decline

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Kellogg Co. said its sales fell 2.1% in the latest quarter on declines at the cereal maker’s morning foods and snack businesses.

Volkswagen Profit Rises 58%

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Volkswagen reported a sharply higher profit and steady sales growth, reaffirming that Europe’s biggest auto maker is on track to reach a target of selling 10 million vehicles this year—four years earlier than expected.

Japan's SoftBank Takes Hard Look at America Movil Assets

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SoftBank Corp., the Japanese telecom and technology giant, is taking a hard look at wireless assets that have been put up for sale by America Movil.

Vice Signs TV Deal in Canada

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Vice Media signed a deal with Rogers Communications to build a content studio that will lead to the launch of a TV network in Canada next year.

TransCanada Files for Energy East Pipeline

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TransCanada filed a formal application with Canada’s main energy regulator for a C$12 billion pipeline that would ship landlocked western Canadian crude to refineries on the country’s east coast and offshore.

Pressure Builds on Air Bag Maker

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ordered air bag maker Takata to disclose emails and other information on what it knows about millions of defective air bag systems in older vehicles on the road.

McDonald's to Change U.S. Structure

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McDonald’s is eliminating layers of management and creating a new organizational structure in the U.S. as it seeks to better respond to consumer tastes.

Macau Slump Divides Investors

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With Macau set to record its fifth straight month of gambling revenue declines and the stocks suffering a terrible year, investors and analysts are rethinking their views, with some even pointing to Las Vegas as a new profit driver.

Orbital's Rocket Update Points to Propulsion Failure

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Two days after the unsuccessful launch of an unmanned Orbital Sciences Corp. rocket that was to carry supplies to the international space station, the company indicated the main-engine system stopped providing thrust about 15 seconds after liftoff

How Autonomy's Mike Lynch Reinvented Himself

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H-P has accused Mike Lynch of fraud in connection with its $11 billion purchase of his former company, Autonomy. But in England, Mr. Lynch has reinvented himself, forming a venture-capital firm with $1 billion to spend.

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