T-Mobile, Sprint Cut Prices

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A few weeks ago Sprint and T-Mobile were contemplating a merger, and now they are out to steal each other's customers.

No Knockoff Here. Meet China's New Gadgets

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In labs and startups across China, tinkerers with big dreams are pushing a new wave of innovation. They see smart gadgets as an opportunity to create a Chinese-designed product for a global audience.

U.S. Probes Role of GM Lawyers in Recall

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Federal prosecutors are looking at the role employees inside and outside of General Motors' legal department played in a delayed ignition-switch recall linked to 54 accidents and more than a dozen deaths.

Gap's Margins Narrow

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Gap joined a number of other specialty retailers in reporting narrower margins for its second quarter, while lower expenses helped buoy the company's bottom line.

DEA Restricts Narcotic Pain Drug Prescriptions

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The Obama administration moved to restrict prescriptions of the most commonly used narcotic painkillers in the U.S., with the DEA saying it would put hydrocodone combination drugs in the category reserved for medical substances with the highest potential for harm.

With Rates Low, Firms Near Borrowing Record

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U.S. corporate-bond issuance is hurtling toward a record for the third consecutive year, as companies take advantage of a surprising interest-rate decline to stock up on cash.

Central Bankers Wrestle With Easy Money

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Central bankers gathering for the Jackson Hole conference confront a global economy that has once again disappointed, leaving them reluctant in some places and unable in others to turn off spigots of easy money.

Faced With Grisly Images, Twitter Walks Fine Line

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The social-media site scrambled to remove images of a U.S. journalist's beheading while maintaining its dedication to freedom of expression.

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.

New Coffee Brewer Tests Keurig CEO's Recipe

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Keurig is rolling out a new version of its coffee brewer, marking the first major product launch under CEO Brian Kelley, who pressed his engineers to develop a machine that could brew both versions of its coffee pods.

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