American Pilots, Management Agree to Continue Talks

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American Airlines Group Inc. and the union that represents its 15,000 pilots said they would continue to negotiate terms of a combined labor agreement, putting off for now a plan to reach a deal through binding arbitration.

Oil Boom Returns to Gulf of Mexico

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Four years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster, giant new oil projects are returning to the Gulf of Mexico—bigger and more expensive than ever.

Latest 'Hunger Games' Film Opens to $123 Million

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The latest installment of “The Hunger Games” film series was a hit by nearly any measure—except its own.

Elite Law Firms Lift Bonuses

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Three big law firms, Simpson Thacher, Paul Weiss and Clearly Gottlieb, are raising year-end bonuses for associate attorneys by as much as $40,000, partly reflecting this year’s resurgence in lucrative M&A work.

Christie's Hong Kong Sale Hits $82 Million

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Buyers snapped up works by Japanese and Southeast Asian artists at Christie’s evening sale in Hong Kong totaling $82 million.

Record Bids in U.S. Airwave Auction

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A U.S. auction of wireless spectrum has collected $34 billion in bids, turning what was expected to be a relatively sleepy affair into a major windfall for taxpayers and posing enormous commitment of capital for the carriers.

Pressing a Google Breakup

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Some European legislators, with German government backing, are preparing a draft resolution calling for the breakup of Google, adding pressure on the EU’s new competition chief to proceed forcefully.

Is This Indonesia's Amazon.com?

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Online retailer Lazada Indonesia has faced challenges in a country where the e-commerce market is still small. But the startup’s backers are plowing ahead, hoping to get a head start over Amazon, Alibaba and eBay.

BMW and Lexus Heat Up the Compact-Crossover Market

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The growth in the compact-crossover sector is explosive. These cars offer the raised seating position and higher sightlines consumers love with the stability and versatility of a car-based wagon. Now, BMW and Lexus are entering the market in a big way.

The Rules on Capital-Loss Deductions

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You typically can deduct as much as $3,000 a year in capital losses from your ordinary income. You can carry unused deductions into subsequent years until they’re used up.

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