Great Wall Motor Expects First-Half Profit Decline

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Chinese car maker Great Wall Motor expects its first-half net profit to fall 3% from a year earlier due to a collapse in sedan sales and repeated delays of a flagship-model launch.

Air Products & Chemicals Profit Improves

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Air Products & Chemicals said its fiscal third-quarter profit rose 8.9% as the company recorded stronger revenue, boosted by higher volumes across all business segments.

Thermo Fisher Revenue Surges

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Thermo Fisher Scientific second-quarter revenue jumped 33% as the laboratory-equipment maker's benefited from its recent acquisition of Life Technologies and saw revenue growth across segments.

China Detains 5 in Food Violations Probe

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Chinese police have detained five people as they investigate a U.S.-owned Chinese meat supplier alleged by Chinese authorities to have signed off on sales of expired meat to fast food chains.

Airbus Submits Danish Fighter Bid

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Airbus has submitted a bid to the Danish government for its Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet as the country seeks to replace its fleet of aging Lockheed Martin F-16 jets.

Interest in Riskier Currency Bonds Stirred, Not Shaken

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Some of the highest-yielding bonds in emerging markets, debt denominated in local currencies, are rallying despite rising jitters over these fast-growing countries.

Electronic Arts Posts Solid Profit Rise

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Electronic Arts reported solid profit growth in its first fiscal quarter, benefiting as consumers snapped up videogames for the latest generation of consoles.

Connecticut Court to Revisit Protection for Whistleblowers

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Connecticut's highest court is set to weigh in on a case against UBS that could limit protections for whistleblowers in the state.

Herbalife Rallies in Face of New Attack by Ackman

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William Ackman had promised a "death blow" against Herbalife. Wall Street instead gave new life to the nutritional-supplement company's stock.

As Phone Growth Slows, Carriers Turn to Tablets

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Wireless companies have been jockeying for new subscribers in a market where there are more active cellphone plans than there are people. Carriers have found the answer in tablets.

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