Jazztel Investor Eyes Higher Bid

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Alken Asset Management, the second-biggest shareholder of Jazztel, said it won't sell its shares to Orange unless the French company sweetens its €3.33 billion offer for the Spanish broadband provider.

IndiGo Signs Aircraft Financing Deal

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Indian budget airline IndiGo signed an initial pact with Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd to finance the purchase of more than 30 Airbus A320 planes.

EU Car Sales in Continuing Recovery

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Recovery of the EU auto industry continued apace in the first eight months of the year, with new-car sales rising 6% to 8.3 million vehicles.

Head of GM's Cadillac Brand Plans Revival

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The new head of GM's Cadillac luxury brand says he intends to slash inventories of unsold sedans in the U.S., push to reduce the number of dealerships and expand the portfolio of models.

In Alibaba IPO, Investors Offer Views of Risk and Opportunity

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The Wall Street Journal talked with a variety of people about their outlook on the Chinese e-commerce company ahead of its potentially historic IPO.

Zara Builds Business Around RFID

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Many retailers have stumbled implementing RFID tags for inventory control, but the Zara chain is working the system. The scale and speed of its rollout is drawing notice.

Microsoft's Big Makeover Continues

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Two Microsoft directors announced they would leave by year's end as CEO Nadella gives the board its biggest makeover in history.

G-20 Tax Overhaul Plan on Track

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Plans to overhaul the international tax system to make it more difficult for companies to shift profits to low-tax countries remain on track.

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