Google, Cablevision Challenge Wireless Business Model

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Google and Cablevision Systems are preparing new cellphone services that would turn the wireless industry’s business model on its head, increasing pressure on companies already dealing with a price war.

Wall Street Braces for NYC Blizzard

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Wall Street scrambled to prepare for a blizzard that is expected to slam into the New York region later Monday, but few traders and analysts said they expected to see substantial disruptions.

IBM Dismisses Report of Massive Layoffs

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IBM dismissed a report stating that massive new layoffs were coming this week for the computing giant.

BP Freezes Pay in 2015 Amid Oil's Drop

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BP PLC Chief Executive Bob Dudley says the company would freeze 2015 base pay, part of a larger round of cost savings and cuts the company has undertaken as oil prices plunge.

Caesars Debates Creditors Over Bankruptcy Court

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Creditors of Caesars Entertainment Corp.’s largest unit lined up Monday to challenge the gambling company’s bid to work through its $18.4 billion debt load in a bankruptcy court in Chicago.

British Airways Owner Closes In on Aer Lingus

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British Airways parent International Consolidated Airlines Group is a step closer to buying Aer Lingus after the Irish carrier said it is considering a sweetened takeover offer from its bigger rival.

Currency Fight Hinders Talks on Trade Deal

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Concern that some trade partners are manipulating their currencies to gain an export edge has emerged as a major hurdle to the Obama administration’s efforts to move a Pacific trade agreement through Congress.

ECB Gives Dollar Rally Further Impetus

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Horizons: The European Central Bank’s big stimulus plan has thrust the dollar’s advance into overdrive, for better or worse.

'American Sniper' Tags Another Win

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The war drama crosses the $200 million mark; Jennifer Lopez’s ‘The Boy Next Door’ places second.

GOP Leaders Open to Bigger Child-Care Credit

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House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have indicated they are open to one piece of President Barack Obama’s tax overhaul proposal: increasing tax breaks for child care.

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