Google's Money Machine Slows

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Google’s search-advertising business, the money machine that made the company one of the world’s most valuable, may be slowing as alternatives grab more marketing dollars.

New iPad Lets Users Swap Data Plans

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With minimal trumpeting, Apple revealed in its promotional material that it will ship new iPads with a built-in cellular SIM card that will let users buy wireless service à la carte, on the spot.

Pro Gamers in Battle for Seoul Supremacy

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This weekend’s sold-out final for the League of Legends World Championship in Seoul is the biggest, latest showdown for professional video-game players.

Zayo Group Shares Jump in Debut

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Shares in telecom company Zayo Group Holdings rose nearly 16% in the company’s debut Friday after getting priced below expectations.

GE Results Lifted by Rise in Orders

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General Electric is clocking higher industrial profits, and it has a recovering U.S. market to thank.

GM General Counsel Millikin to Retire

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General Motors said General Counsel Michael Millikin would retire, signaling the departure of one of its top executives most tarnished by its mishandling of a deadly ignition-switch defect that led to millions of vehicle recalls.

Elliott Nominates Slate at Family Dollar

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Activist investor Elliott Management thrust itself into bidding war over discount chain Family Dollar, launching an effort to take over the company’s board and pressing it to accommodate a bid from rival Dollar General.

FAA, Airlines Agree on Plan to Upgrade Air-Traffic Control

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U.S. regulators and aviation industry leaders issued the most detailed plan yet for implementing air-traffic control upgrades over the next few years, with eight carriers agreeing to invest in onboard computer technology.

Sears Holdings Gets Cash as CEO's Hedge Fund Buys Canada Shares

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Sears Holdings received an injection of $169 million from its CEO Edward Lampert’s hedge fund this week, as the fund bought some of the struggling department store company’s shares in Sears Canada.

Aleris Sells Aluminum Recycling Unit to Signature For $525 Million

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Signature Group agreed to buy aluminum-recycling business Global Recycling and Specification Alloys from Aleris Corp. for $525 million, aiming to take advantage of an expected increase in aluminum demand from auto makers.

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