Sirius XM Profit Falls as Expenses Rise

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Sirius XM Holdings said its second-quarter profit fell 4.4% as higher operating expenses offset a notable gain in revenue and net subscribers.

Airbus Cancels Superjumbo Order

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Airbus has canceled a $1.7 billion order for six A380 superjumbo jets from Japanese budget carrier Skymark Airlines, as it continues to struggle to sell the world's biggest passenger plane.

Eaton Profit Hurt by Litigation Costs

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Eaton Corp. PLC said second-quarter earnings fell as the diversified manufacturer's results were weighed down by litigation charges, offsetting gains from divestitures in the company's aerospace group.

Aetna Beats Street, Raises Outlook

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Aetna said its second-quarter profit rose as the insurer posted record medical membership and revenue, boosted by its acquisition of Coventry Health Care.

Can Rice Sorters and Car-Assembly Lines Aid Miners?

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Car-production lines and machinery that sorts rice could help companies such as Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton wring greater profits from mining.

Battle for Poor Shoppers Fuels Dollar-Store Deal

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The battle for America's poorest consumers intensified Monday with Dollar Tree's agreement to buy rival Family Dollar Stores for about $8.5 billion.

Payments Puzzle Persists at Banks

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Hundreds of small and regional banks are clinging to a practice that can cause consumers to incur multiple overdraft fees in the same day.

In Zillow-Trulia Deal, Making Room for Brokers

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Zillow Inc. and Trulia Inc., the two online real-estate giants that announced plans to merge, have a message for real-estate agents that have grown increasingly concerned about their market clout: We're partners.

Battle for Poor Shoppers Fuels Dollar-Store Deal

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The battle for America's poorest consumers intensified Monday with Dollar Tree's agreement to buy rival Family Dollar Stores for about $8.5 billion.

Judge Clears Way for Clippers Sale to Ballmer

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A judge has ruled against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and cleared the way for the $2 billion sale of the team to former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer.

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