Corn, Soybean Yields Shoot Higher

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Estimates of corn yields from the Pro Farmer crop tour mostly have exceeded U.S. Agriculture Department estimates, adding pressure to corn prices. Also, much of the nation's soybean crop is in good health.

Fish Firm's Woes Show Greek Bankruptcy Gap

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Before Greece's debt crisis, Nireus Aquaculture grew into one of the world's largest fish farmers. Its struggles since then show how the country's bankruptcy laws are helping stymie an economic recovery.

Berkshire Hathaway to Pay Penalty

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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has agreed to pay $896,000 to settle U.S. allegations it violated antitrust laws by failing to report the acquisition of an equity stake in USG Corp.

Private-Equity Firms Pursue Buyout of American Tire

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A handful of private-equity firms are vying to buy American Tire Distributors Holdings Inc. in an auction that could fetch more than $3 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

H-P Delivers Fleeting Reward

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H-P's revenue rose 1.3% in the three months ended July 31, the first sales increase after 11 straight quarters of decline. However CEO Meg Whitman cautioned that the revenue growth may not last.

GM Sweetens Labor Day Deals

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General Motors announced a new round of discounts heading into the Labor Day weekend, including heftier rebates on many Chevrolet models and deeper discounts on Silverado.

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Job Openings Hit 13-Year High in June

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Rise in job departures shows an increase in confidence.

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