Russia Told to Pay Yukos Shareholders $50 Billion

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An international court ruled that Russia owes shareholders of the now-defunct oil giant more than $50 billion for what it described as the Kremlin's "devious and calculated expropriation" of assets.

Tyson to Sell Latin America Operations

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Tyson Foods, as it raises money to buy Hillshire Brands, agrees to sell some Latin American chicken operations for $575 million to Brazilian meatpacking giant JBS, the company that Tyson beat for Hillshire.

Reckitt to Spin Off Pharma Unit

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Reckitt Benckiser said it would pursue a demerger of its pharmaceutical division, as the consumer-products maker reported a fall in second-quarter revenue.

Zillow to Buy Rival Trulia

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Zillow has reached a deal to buy rival Trulia, an expected agreement that brings together two of the biggest names in the fast-growing market for online real-estate information.

U.S. to Push Some Iran Shipments

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In recent weeks, U.S. officials have been reaching out to a handful of European companies and asking them to expedite the sale of medical goods to Iran, a market they were struggling to gain access to a months ago.

Adani Gets Approval to Build Mine

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India's Adani Group has secured approval from Australia to build one of the world's largest coal mines, a move that comes amid investor concerns about a global supply glut of the commodity and a prolonged downturn in prices.

Fox's Invitation to Time Warner

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21st Century Fox is prepared to offer shareholders of Time Warner board representation as part of its bid to acquire the media company, according to a person familiar with the matter.

High Hopes Ride on IPO in Wake of Smithfield Deal

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If the initial public offering of Chinese pork producer WH Group goes through as expected Tuesday, it will be one of the first things to go right for the company since its purchase of Smithfield Foods last year.

Burgers in Short Supply in China

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McDonald's is facing a shortage of products in some outlets across northern and central China as a result of a shift away from a Shanghai supplier that allegedly sold expired meat to some fast-food chains in the country.

Can Rice Sorters and Car-Assembly Lines Inspire the Mining Industry?

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Car-production lines and machinery that sorts rice could help companies such as Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton wring greater profits from mining.

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