Manufacturers Back Fuel Tax Review

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Manufacturers say congested or poorly maintained highways are undermining productivity and driving up their costs, and are urging Congress to discuss options for increasing spending infrastructure.

NFL Picks Female Executive as Marketing Chief

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The NFL picked female ad executive Dawn Hudson as its new chief marketing officer as the league confronts a mounting backlash over its handling of domestic- and child-abuse incidents involving players.

Markets Tremble on New China Worries

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Fresh concerns about the pace of Chinese growth drove down financial markets from U.S. stocks to cotton and copper prices.

How DuPont Got Into the Hospitality Sector

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DuPont's hotel, theater and country club assets offer a glimpse at a faded era in American industry, when big companies invested in such operations as icons of corporate pride and to entice employees with the amenities of a major metropolitan center.

Bidders Emerge for United Biscuits

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At least three bidders emerged for British cookie maker United Biscuits, including Kellogg, the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and a Turkish biscuit maker, with offers totaling around $3.27 billion.

U.S. Home Sales Falter as Investors Pull Back

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The U.S. housing market lost momentum in August as investors pulled away, weighing on existing-home sales and raising doubts about the sector's underlying strength.

Heirs of Indonesian Politician Pursue UBS

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AM Trust, representing heirs of deceased Indonesian politician Adam Malik, filed a complaint in California to identify money deposited in two Swiss banks that later merged to form UBS.

Missing Qingdao Copper Spawns Web of Lawsuits

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After spurring fears of a massive scandal and a global metals selloff, the missing copper at a Chinese port has instead created a morass of global lawsuits.

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Should You Gift Some Assets to Heirs Now?

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Leaving behind too big of an estate can cause tax pain for heirs. Here's how to tell if you can safely give away some assets now.

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