Mixed Fortunes for European Car Makers

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European car makers painted a murky portrait of the global auto industry as concerns about Russia and Latin America blunt the optimism fueled by a steady rebound in European auto demand.

Boeing to Build New 787 Dreamliner in S. Carolina

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Boeing plans to build a new version of its flagship 787 Dreamliner jet exclusively at its nonunion factory in South Carolina.

Drug Firms Buy $67.5 Million Voucher to Speed FDA Review

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Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi are spending $67.5 million to buy a special voucher held by BioMarin Pharmaceuticals in a bid to hasten regulatory review of their new cholesterol drug.

Argentina, Creditors Fail to Reach Deal

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Talks aimed at a last-minute settlement between Argentina and holdout creditors collapsed late Wednesday, and a court-appointed mediator said the country would "imminently" be in default.

Cash-Poor Venezuela Weighs Sale of Citgo

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Venezuela, strapped for cash at home and staring down costly litigation overseas, is considering selling its U.S.-based refinery company Citgo Petroleum as well as a stake in a refinery run with Exxon Mobil.

U.S. Oil Exports Ready to Sail

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A tanker of oil from Texas is preparing to sail for South Korea this week, the first unrestricted sale of unrefined American oil since the 1970s.

Samsung's Mobile Chief Feels Pressure Over Sales

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The head of Samsung's mobile division, J.K. Shin, is facing pressure as weakening phone sales propel the company toward a third straight quarter of operating-profit declines.

Woodside Deal to Buy Back Shell Stake in Doubt

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A deal for Woodside Petroleum to buy most of Royal Dutch Shell's interest in the company has been cast into doubt after a large number of investors opposed the proposal.

Blame It on the World Cup

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Companies selling TVs, sports drinks and snacks scored, but the makers of washing machines lost out.

Coke: Contents Under Pressure

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Coca-Cola Co. can no longer lean on its foreign markets for reliable growth, which means it must turn around its U.S. business. That won't be easy, as Americans are drinking less soda.

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