Hyundai, Union Set Tentative Deal

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Hyundai's labor union leaders reached a tentative wage deal with the company's management, raising hopes the South Korean auto maker can put an end to strikes.

Are Workplace Personality Tests Fair?

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Personality tests in the hiring process have sparked scrutiny, with some companies scaling back and civil-rights groups claiming the tests could constitute workplace discrimination.

Hong Kong Protests May Hurt Retailers

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Clashes between thousands of pro-democracy protesters and police are set to deal a blow to Hong Kong's retailers during one of the city's busiest shopping periods.

UnitedHealth Group to Buy MedSynergies

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UnitedHealth Group Inc. will acquire closely held MedSynergies Inc., a move to deepen the company's role in the growing trend toward integrated health-care providers.

Hong Kong Businesses Worried

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The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong are expected to cut the number of mainland tour groups heading to the city by nearly a third, which will take a toll on real-estate sales and retail outlets during a major holiday period.

TeliaSonera Promises Stable Dividend

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TeliaSonera plans to pay shareholders at least the same dividend this year and next as it did last year, a change of policy as the Swedish telecoms group juggles cost savings with investment in its fiber-optic and data networks.

Unlawful Seizure of AIG Claimed at Trial

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A $40 billion lawsuit against the U.S. government for its crisis-era bailout of American International Group got under way in federal court, with David Boies, a lawyer for the insurer's shareholders, accusing the government of unlawfully seizing a majority stake in the insurer.

Pay TV Takes Stock of Dodgers Fiasco

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Pay-TV distributors are hoping the fiasco over the Dodgers cable channel—which generally wasn't picked up—will be a turning point in a wider debate over sports programming costs.

Japan Inc. Goes Deeper Into Southeast Asia

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Japanese companies are turning to frontier markets such as Laos and Cambodia in search of cheaper labor, stepping into what has until now been firmly in China's sphere of influence.

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