Turner, Dish Reach Distribution Pact

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Time Warner and satellite television provider Dish Network have come to terms on a new distribution pact that includes making HBO available through Dish’s new online TV offering.

Fiat Chrysler Names Ralph Gilles as Design Head

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles promoted 23-year company veteran Ralph Gilles to head of design, succeeding Lorenzo Ramaciotti, who is retiring but will remain as a special adviser to CEO Sergio Marchionne.

Monsanto Profit Falls 15% on Weak Sales

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Monsanto said its earnings fell 15% in the February quarter as sales weakened, farmers planted fewer acres and a stronger U.S. dollar pressured results.

Macerich Rejects Simon Property's Takeover Bid

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Real-estate investment trust Macerich rejected a bid from rival Simon Property Group, which promptly withdrew its $16.8 billion offer, ending for now the possible combination of rival mall operators.

EU Airlines Face Growing Demand for Passenger Data

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The EU has an agreement with the U.S. over so-called passenger-name records. Now more governments are demanding the same.

Nigeria's Muddled Vote for Oil Prices

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Geopolitical strife is having a muted effect on oil prices.

Investors Across the Globe Join the Party

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Quarterly Markets Review: Stocks in the U.S. and big global markets ended March on a down note, but investors had plenty to celebrate during a quarter marked by records broken around the world.

Don't Buy Excuses for Poor Readings

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Ahead of the Tape: When it comes to a key manufacturing gauge, the impact of a port strike and harsh winter may fade but dollar strength will linger.

City Comes to the Suburbs in New Developments

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Demand for office space in American suburbs, which for years has lagged behind their urban cores, is showing signs of a rebound. That is sparking development.

Battered Oil Shows Signs of Life

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Quarterly Markets Review: As the U.S. runs low on space for oil storage, production growth is expected to slow. That could bring some much-needed support for prices after a nine-month slide.

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