Syngenta Moves to Calm Disappointed Shareholders

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Syngenta moved to appease shareholders angered by its rejection of a takeover from Monsanto, saying it will sell its global vegetable-seeds business and return more than $2 billion to shareholders.

U.S. Trade Gap Narrows in July

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The U.S. trade gap narrowed in July as demand grew overseas for American-made autos and industrial supplies.

Tom Brady Wins, NFL Loses 'Deflategate' Case

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady can suit up for his team’s season opener after a judge erased his four-game suspension for “Deflategate.”

Daimler, Renault Reboot Tiny Car

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Daimler is taking another crack at the U.S. market for ultra-compacts with a retooled version of its ForTwo Smart car built through a collaboration that could become a benchmark for other auto makers.

ECB's Draghi: It Ain't Easy Ahead of the Fed

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Mario Draghi promised that the European Central Bank was ready to boost quantitative easing as soon as necessary to help the eurozone economy.

Soda, Health Officials Duke It Out

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The soda industry is playing a never-ending game of Whac-A-Mole with health officials and antiobesity campaigns in cities across the country.

DreamWorks Seeks $400 Million Financing

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Hollywood’s most powerful director, Steven Spielberg, is preparing to return to his old stomping grounds at Universal Pictures and raise about $400 million for his struggling company DreamWorks.

Small Firms Are Slow to Embrace Chip-Card System

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Many small businesses aren’t racing to update their checkout systems ahead of an Oct. 1 shift that will put merchants on the hook for some fraudulent card charges.

Jobs Report Could Seal Deal on Rates

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The August employment report could make or break the case for the Federal Reserve raising rates this month.

AIG to Freeze Traditional Pension Plan

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American International Group told employees that it would freeze its traditional U.S. pension plans, becoming the latest company to shift away from guaranteed retirement benefits.

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