Airbus Boosting Output of Its Most Popular Plane

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Airbus Group is doubling down on its bet that lower oil prices and global economic uncertainties won’t dent demand for new jetliners, saying it is boosting the output of its most popular plane, the A320.

Malaysian Oil Firm Suffers First Quarterly Loss

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Malaysia’s national oil-and-gas company, Petroliam Nasional Bhd., or Petronas, said it would cut its investment plans by as much as 30 billion ringgit ($8.3 billion) in the next two years as the company reported its first-ever quarterly loss.

LetterOne, RWE to Close Dea Buy Monday

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Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman’s investment fund is expected to close a $5.6 billion deal on Monday to acquire Dea, the oil and natural-gas arm of German utility RWE AG.

Chinese Web Firms Delete Accounts

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Chinese Internet companies have deleted tens of thousands of user accounts as the country prepares to enforce new registration rules that will further cement government control over online discourse.

FCC Sets New Era of Internet Oversight

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The Federal Communications Commission voted to regulate Internet service like a public utility, expanding the U.S. government’s oversight of a once lightly regulated business.

NRG Energy Swings to Profit

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NRG Energy said it swung to a profit in the December quarter, as favorable margins helped earnings more than double in its renewables segment.

Viber to Appeal SK Telecom Lawsuit

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Viber, one of the world’s most widely-used mobile messaging services, will appeal a patent infringement suit brought against it by South Korea’s SK Telecom Co., according to a person familiar with the matter.

Bombardier CS300 Set for Maiden Flight

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Bombardier said that its new larger CSeries CS300 jetliner would make its maiden flight Friday after being delayed by harsh winter weather.

Pearson Confident of Bright Future

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Pearson is increasingly confident of the company’s prospects despite enduring a difficult 2014.

Sluggish Sales Hit Hong Kong's Sun Hung Kai Earnings

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Sun Hung Kai Properties, one of Hong Kong’s biggest property developers, reported a 20% decline in its first-half underlying profit as the company booked fewer home sales during the period.

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