Shareholders Look to Score in Borussia Dortmund Capital Pitch

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Sports-equipment maker Puma, insurer Signal Iduna and industrial firm Evonik have each announced plans to buy a stake in German soccer club Borussia Dortmund.

United to Serve Up Improved Food

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United Airlines, the No. 2 U.S. carrier by traffic, is unveiling improved food and beverage options for its premium customers flying in North America.

Dollar Tree's Sales Top Expectations

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Dollar Tree, which became mired in a bidding war for rival Family Dollar Stores earlier this week, reported its second-quarter sales exceeded expectations, but its profit declined as margins slipped.

Family Dollar CEO Said to Guard Job

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The chief executive of Family Dollar Stores dismissed multiple requests from Dollar General to pursue a merger because he was worried about being forced to step down, Dollar General CEO Rick Dreiling said.

Hospira Wins Delay Against FDA

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Hospira was granted a temporary restraining order against the FDA over the agency's approval of generic versions of the company's top-selling drug.

Moscow Advances on McDonald's

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Russia temporarily closed four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow, citing sanitary violations, amid the country's most-serious confrontation with the West since the Cold War.

N.C. Moves to Regulate Coal Ash

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North Carolina lawmakers Wednesday passed new legislation they say will regulate coal-ash pits and clean up decades of toxic waste generated by coal-burning electricity plants.

Aaron's Names Interim Chief Executive

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Aaron's said Thursday that it has appointed its Chief Financial Officer Gilbert L. Danielson as interim chief executive.

Hyundai Union Workers to Stage Partial Strike

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Unionized workers at Hyundai Motor decided to partially walk off the job Friday, threatening to disrupt output at South Korea's largest auto maker for a third straight year.

Family Dollar Rejects Dollar General Bid

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Family Dollar rejected a $9 billion takeover offer from rival Dollar General, pointing to antitrust concerns and reaffirmed its support for its deal with Dollar Tree.

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