Tencent, HBO Sign Online Distribution Deal for China

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Time Warner’s HBO signed a deal with Tencent Holdings to distribute its TV dramas and movies through the Chinese Internet giant’s online video site.

Honda Apologizes for Underreporting on Safety

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Honda’s chief executive apologizes for the company’s failure to report to U.S. regulators more than 1,700 incidents involving death or injury over the last decade, saying there were “multiple mishandlings.”

BT Looks at Telefónica U.K. Unit

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BT said it is in talks to buy Telefónica’s U.K. mobile business, O2, as the British telecom incumbent lays out its ambitions to be a fully fledged wireless operator in the U.K.’s converging telecom market.

Sony to Revamp Smartphone Unit

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Sony pledged to return its money-losing smartphone unit to profitability over the next year even if it means drastically lower sales.

American Tower Buys Bharti's Nigerian Telecom Towers

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Bharti Airtel, India’s biggest telecommunications company, has agreed to sell its telecom towers in Nigeria to American Tower for $1 billion.

Rural Philippine Call Center Shows Promise of New Business Model

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Tanjay, a sleepy town on the central Philippine island of Negros, is home to a unique experiment: the Philippines’s first rural call center.

Honda Says It Underreported Serious Accidents

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Honda said it failed to report 1,729 death and injury incidents involving its vehicles to U.S. regulators in an 11-year period starting in July 2003.

CFOs Don't Trust Cheaper Gasoline to Fuel Holiday Sales

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Santa’s sleigh could be turbocharged by cheaper gasoline this holiday season, even if finance chiefs in the retail sector aren't ready to promise investors stuffed stockings.

UTC CEO Abruptly Steps Down

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United Technologies disclosed the sudden retirement of Chief Executive Louis Chenevert and named Chief Financial Officer Gregory Hayes as his successor.

After a Good Start, Health Enrollment Faces Test

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The second year of Affordable Care Act insurance enrollment began without the widespread technical meltdowns that frustrated consumers last year, but the next few weeks will test whether HealthCare.gov can continue to operate reliably.

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