RadioShack Supplier Declined to Help Rescue Effort

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Cash-strapped RadioShack said it tried but failed to convince a major supplier to help its finances by altering its terms, a setback as the struggling electronics retailer works to avoid a bankruptcy filing.

Apple Sells More Than 10 Million New iPhones

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Apple said it sold more than 10 million of its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices over their first weekend in stores, exceeding last year's total.

New iPhone Tempts China Smugglers

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Apple's new iPhone has become an object of more than just desire in Asia, where tussles broke out near stores selling the phones, and police in Hong Kong over the weekend foiled what they called a suspected attempt to smuggle a stash of the gadgets out of the city south of mainland China.

Tesco Suspends Executives, Probes Error

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Tesco has suspended four senior executives and called in outside auditors and legal counsel to investigate the overstatement of the U.K. supermarket operator's profit forecast.

U.S. Steel CEO Takes on Heavy Load

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One year into leading U.S. Steel, Mario Longhi says "everything is on the table" as he tries to bring the company back from five years of losses.

Europe Wrestles With Russian Nuclear Diplomacy

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Moscow's backing for new nuclear reactors in several European countries is provoking political tension as the EU tightens economic sanctions on Russia over the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

AutoZone Profit Inches Up

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AutoZone said its fiscal fourth-quarter profit inched up while margins expanded, although sales declined because of fewer sales days during the period.

Dangers Aside, Railways Reshape Crude Market

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Initially conceived of as a stopgap measure until pipelines could be constructed, shipping crude by rail has become a permanent part of the nation's energy infrastructure as new pipelines hit headwinds and railroads reap expanding revenue.

Hong Kong Tycoons in China; Students Walk Out

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As students began a walkout to demand more democracy in Hong Kong, a group of the city's tycoons was set to discuss its political future with leaders in Beijing.

Air France Pilot Union Rejects Offer

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Air France's main pilot union rejected proposals from the management to end a strike that has disrupted air traffic for over a week.

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