Carlos Slim to Invest Up To $875.4 Million in Spain's FCC

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Two companies owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim will invest up to 700 million euros ($875.4 million) in FCC in exchange for 25.6% of the debt-laden Spanish builder.

Lion Air Orders 40 More ATR Planes

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Lion Group, the parent of Indonesian discount carrier Lion Air, placed a US$1 billion order with European aircraft maker ATR for 40 additional planes.

Standard General May Give Up Some of Its RadioShack Stake

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Standard General LP has agreed to give up some of its potential stake in a recapitalized RadioShack Corp.

U.S. Regulators Demand Chrysler Expand Air-Bag Recall

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U.S. auto-safety regulators are demanding Chrysler Group expand its recall of potentially defective Takata Corp. air bags nationwide and begin notifying customers of the new campaign by Monday.

Avanir to Provide More Human-Factor Data for Migraine Treatment

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Avanir Pharmaceuticals, which previously said the FDA had questions about “human factor” study data for a migraine treatment, said it will provide new data.

Appeals Court Bars Motorola Antitrust Lawsuit Against LCD Makers

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A federal appeals court on Wednesday threw out antitrust claims by phone maker Motorola Mobility that sought damages from Asian electronics companies for alleged price fixing on liquid-crystal-display panels.

CD Yields Holding the Line

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Yields on certificates of deposit were unchanged in the latest week.

An Easy Money Saver: the Flu Shot

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Many health experts say one of the best ways to protect yourself--and your wallet--is to steer clear of an old holiday bug, the seasonal flu. More pharmacies are offering flu shots, and health laws make them affordable.

The Rules on Capital-Loss Deductions

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You typically can deduct as much as $3,000 a year in capital losses from your ordinary income. You can carry unused deductions into subsequent years until they’re used up.

Berkley California has approved a tax on sugared soft drinks. Is this a good idea?
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