Dow to Merge Chlorine Business With Olin

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Dow Chemical said it would split off a significant portion of its chlorine business and merge it with Olin in a deal valued at $5 billion. The deal’s value of $5 billion includes $2 billion in cash.

BlackBerry Posts Surprise Profit

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BlackBerry said a plan to revive its fortunes remains on track, even though revenue in its latest quarter fell 32% and was well below expectations.

Tycoon Li's Horizons Ventures Bets on Tech Startups

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Li Ka-shing’s venture-capital fund, run by his longtime companion Solina Chau, is accelerating investments from Israel to Silicon Valley.

Fears Push Car Makers Deep Into Silicon Valley

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Silicon Valley is becoming the nexus of an emerging car industry that has giants like Mercedes-Benz, Ford and others racing to tap the region’s know-how.

Ellen Pao Loses Discrimination Case

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A San Francisco jury Friday found that venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins did not discriminate against former partner Ellen Pao, in a closely watched case that raised questions about the treatment of women in Silicon Valley.

Telecoms Invest Heavily on India Broadband

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Cellphone-service companies made a $17.6 billion bet this week on the growing popularity of smartphones in India.

U.K. iPhone Users Allowed to Sue Google

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A U.K. court ruled that British iPhone users can sue Google for allegedly tracking them inappropriately via Apple’s Safari Web browser.

MSG Files to Separate Its Sports, Entertainment Businesses

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Madison Square Garden took another step in its spinoff plans, filing a registration statement to separate its sports and entertainment operations from its media business.

Exide Wins Court Approval for Restructuring

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Battery maker Exide won bankruptcy-court approval for a restructuring that cuts $600 million from its $1 billion in debt and puts the company under the ownership of senior lenders who financed its stay under Chapter 11.

Delta Retains Route Between Seattle and Tokyo's Haneda

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The U.S. Department of Transportation on Friday determined that Delta Air Lines Inc. should retain the slot pair that allows it to fly daily between Seattle and Tokyo’s close-in Haneda Airport.

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