Aspen Insurance Shareholders Reject Endurance's Proposals

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Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd. shareholders on Friday rejected Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd.'s proposals to push forward its unsolicited takeover, Aspen said.

Tariffs Boost Solar-Panel Makers in U.S.

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New tariffs on Chinese solar panels, including widely anticipated duties imposed by Washington on Friday, are spurring companies to manufacture more solar-power equipment in the U.S.

Storm Clouds Over Amazon Business

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New and deep-pocketed rivals threaten to squeeze profit margins in Amazon.com's cloud computing business, adding to investor concerns about the Seattle company's profitability.

Berkshire Hathaway Energy's Planned AltaLink Purchase Clears First Hurdle

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Berkshire Hathaway Energy's application to buy SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.'s AltaLink power-transmission unit received preliminary approval, the Canadian industry minister said.

Safeway Shareholders OK Albertsons Merger

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Safeway Inc.'s shareholders have approved a planned merger with Albertsons, part of a group led by private-equity firm Cerberus Capital Management LP., the company said Friday.

Freeport Bites the Bullet in Indonesia

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Indonesia signed on to new contract terms for the local unit of Freeport Mc-MoRan, paving the way for the U.S. mining company to resume copper concentrate exports.

An Online Real-Estate Giant Looms Large

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A possible merger of listing sites Zillow and Trulia could put the squeeze on brokers, some fear.

NHTSA Reviews Chevy Impala Glitch

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, acting out of "an abundance of caution," is conducting a limited review into some Chevrolet Impala models over a possible software glitch that can disable air bags.

There's No Flying in Drone School

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With a coming boom expected in the unmanned-aircraft industry, universities and colleges are scrambling to train pilots. But thanks to government rules, they can't actually get the devices off the ground.

FBI Interviews Glaxo Employees

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FBI agents have been interviewing current and former Glaxo employees in connection with bribery allegations made against the company in China, as fresh claims of corruption surface against Glaxo's operations in Syria.

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