Surprise Bidder in T-Mobile US Battle

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The slow-moving mating dance between Sprint and T-Mobile US got a jolt when France's Iliad made a buyout offer for T-Mobile US, setting up a clash between two of the global telecom industry's brashest titans.

New Zealand Honey Rules Aim to Keep Producers Sweet

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New Zealand is introducing new labels on honey jars, moving to prevent cheap honey shipped from the South Pacific nation being passed off as the premium mânuka.

British Airways, Iberia to Trim Capacity Despite Robust Results

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International Consolidated Airlines Group, which operators British Airways and Iberia, said it will trim capacity this winter despite reporting robust second-quarter earnings.

ArcelorMittal Warns Lower Iron Ore Prices Will Dent Earnings

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The London-listed steel maker has warned that it will miss its target for full-year earnings as the group bears the brunt of lower commodity prices despite swinging to a second-quarter net profit.

Sikka: Infosys Will Grow Software Business

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Vishal Sikka, the incoming chief executive of Infosys, is inheriting a business struggling to transform itself into a global software and consulting brand.

Met Postpones Lockout by 72 Hours

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The Metropolitan Opera put the brakes on a threatened lockout of its union employees Thursday night, agreeing to a 72-hour postponement.

Target's New CEO Is Steeped in Stores

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Target's new CEO is a businessman who spent the last decade job-hopping across the divide between retailers and their suppliers. Now he will have to settle in and study up on areas where Target needs work.

USDA Overhauls Poultry-Inspection System

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture unveiled on Thursday the first major overhaul of the nation's poultry-inspection system in more than fifty years.

Sony's Smartphone Struggle

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Sony sharply cut its forecast for smartphone sales, dealing a blow to the Japanese electronics maker's hopes for recovery.

Dodgers TV Weighs on Time Warner Cable

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Time Warner Cable's months-long standoff with other major pay-TV distributors over the Los Angeles Dodgers sports channel is likely to weigh on its financial results for the year, the cable operator said Thursday.

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