UAW Proposes to Negotiate for VW Workers in Tennessee

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United Auto Workers union is seeking to negotiate on behalf of some Volkswagen U.S. employees despite being rejected in an organizing vote earlier this year, citing support of hourly workers at VW's Chattanooga, Tenn., plant.

Inditex Feels Effect of Global Tensions

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Political and economic turmoil in some of Inditex's high-growth markets pressured profit and sales in the first half, reflecting a downside to the Zara owner's aggressive expansion into Asia and Eastern Europe.

General Mills Profit Drops 25%

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General Mills said its core business performed even worse than expected in the latest quarter, with profit plunging 25% on anemic demand for breakfast cereal and other traditional packaged foods.

Agilent CEO Bill Sullivan to Retire in 2015

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Agilent Technologies said Chief Executive Bill Sullivan will step down in March, and the company provided an update for its spinoff of Keysight Technologies.

About $50 Million Found in Batista Accounts

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A federal judge said Wednesday that a freeze on businessman Eike Batista's assets has so far turned up about $50 million in his Brazilian bank accounts.

IPO Pricing Values Zalando at Up to €5.6 Billion

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Zalando SE on Wednesday set the price range for shares in its initial public offering, valuing the German e-commerce company at up to 5.6 billion euros ($7.25 billion).

FedEx Profit Rises 24%

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FedEx Corp. said its fiscal first-quarter profit jumped 24%, as the package-delivery giant reported higher revenue in its ground, freight and express operations.

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Family Dollar Rejects Tender Offer

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Family Dollar Stores advised its shareholders to reject Dollar General's tender offer, while again affirming its support for its deal with Dollar Tree.

Virgin Atlantic to Offer New Gogo Satellite-Internet Service

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Virgin Atlantic will use Illinois-based Gogo's new satellite-based system, called "2Ku," to provide in-flight high-speed Wi-Fi access.

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