Heineken Searches for New CFO

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Dutch brewer Heineken is looking for a replacement for its long-serving chief financial officer, René Hooft Graafland, whose contract expires in April.

JetBlue CEO Barger to Retire

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Dave Barger, the longtime JetBlue Airways CEO who has been criticized this year for the discount carrier's lagging performance, will step down when his contract ends in February.

Vivendi to Sell GVT to Telefónica

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French media and telecom conglomerate Vivendi said it would sell its Brazilian unit GVT to Spanish telecom giant Telefónica in a deal valued at around $9.3 billion.

President of China Gold Miner Detained

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China's largest gold producer, Zhongjin Gold, said President Wang Ronghu has been detained by state anticorruption agents.

Regulators Probe Goldman's Internship for Brother of Libyan Ex-Official

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A yearslong probe of Goldman Sachs Group's ties to Libya's sovereign-wealth fund is focusing on an internship and other perks allegedly offered by the Wall Street bank to win business from the Gadhafi regime.

Oil-Price Quirk Sends Crude Out to Sea

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Big oil companies and traders are stashing millions of barrels of crude on massive tankers bobbing in the ocean, in a bid to profit from a quirk in oil markets.

Russian Ex-Minister Calls for Reshuffle

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Russia can improve the climate for investing in the country but it will require a government reshuffle, former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said on Friday.

ITT Educational's Woes Compounding

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U.S. regulators warned ITT Educational Services that the struggling for-profit educator faces potential civil enforcement action, while the company's finances were placed under more scrutiny.

Total in Talks to Sell Bostik to Arkema

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French oil major Total is in exclusive talks with chemical group Arkema to sell its adhesive maker Bostik for about $2.25 billion.

News Corp Calls Google a 'Platform for Piracy'

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Rupert Murdoch's News Corp weighed in on the debate over a proposed EU settlement with Google, urging Brussels to throw out the settlement and calling Google a "platform for piracy."

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