British Chip Designer's Profit Swings Higher

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ARM Holdings has reported a 34% rise in third-quarter profit, saying it saw strength in demand for high-tech chips for mobile phones and a pickup in demand for so-called smart objects.

Reckitt Benckiser Cautious on Full Year

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Reckitt Benckiser reported a weaker-than-expected rise in third-quarter revenue and cautioned that full-year sales would come in at the lower end of its previously forecast range.

Dish Network Dumps CNN

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Dish Network is no longer carrying several channels owned by Turner Broadcasting including CNN and Cartoon Network after the companies failed to agree on a new distribution deal.

BAE Boosts Cybersecurity Arm

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U.K. defense company BAE Systems has boosted its cybersecurity arm with the $232.5 million acquisition of SilverSky, a provider of secure-network services.

Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta Dies at 82

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Oscar de la Renta, a renowned American fashion designer famed for his glamorous red-carpet gowns and smart suits for ladies who lunch, died Monday at the age of 82.

Jaguar Land Rover Opens China Factory

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Tata Motors’ Jaguar Land Rover opened its first plant in China as part of a manufacturing push aimed at more than doubling global sales by the end of this decade.

Akzo Nobel Lifted by Cost Cutting

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Akzo Nobel said third-quarter profit rose 32% driven by cost savings and lower restructuring and financing costs, adding that it was on track to meet its 2015 targets despite a fragile economy.

Actelion Boosted by New Drug

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Strong sales of a new drug helped push Actelion’s earnings higher in the third quarter, prompting Europe’s biggest biotech to upgrade its full-year guidance.

IPhone 6 Recharges Apple's Growth

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Apple said its quarterly profit rose 13%, and it predicted record holiday sales, as strong demand for its new larger-screen iPhones helped to overcome sluggish iPad sales.

Africa's Sugar Ambitions Sour

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African sugar producers are shelving ambitious expansion plans and cutting output as an expected boom from an expanding middle class fails to materialize amid cheap imports and falling global prices.

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