Test Flights to Advance Global Tracking Effort

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The U.S. and five Pacific countries agreed to participate in demonstration flights to pave the way for universal tracking of jetliners—a move prompted by the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 nearly a year ago.

Fed Ushers in New Era of Uncertainty on Rates

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The Outlook: Investors are obsessing over when the Federal Reserve will start raising short-term rates. Drawing less scrutiny is where rates will end up in the long run and how they’ll get there. But it’s time to start paying attention.

Vivendi Sells Remaining Numericable-SFR Stake

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Vivendi SA accepted a bid from cable billionaire Patrick Drahi to buy its remaining stake in French telecom company SFR, completing another asset sale at the former conglomerate.

Orange Considers Potential Tie-Up With Telecom Italia

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France’s Orange is considering launching a bid to tie up with Telecom Italia in a sign that European telecommunications companies are continuing to push forward a wave of consolidation across the region.

Amgen Sees Positive Results From Kyprolis Study

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Amgen took a step forward in its efforts to make its Kyprolis cancer therapy a standard treatment for many multiple myeloma patients, saying the drug performed better than older rival Velcade in a study.

NXP, Freescale Agree to Merger

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NXP Semiconductors and Freescale Semiconductor have agreed to merge in a deal that values Freescale at $11.8 billion and would create a combined company with a market value of more than $30 billion.

Ports Get Creative as Cargo Piles Up

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Southern California ports are thinking about ways they can speed things up after a labor dispute contributed to near gridlock in their operations. Cargomatic, a sort of Uber for cargo, is one solution.

Institutions Pour Cash Into Bond ETFs

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Abreast of the Market: Institutions are piling into exchange-traded bond funds at the fastest pace on record, driven by forces reshaping the increasingly illiquid corporate-debt market and their desire to stay nimble ahead of expected rate moves.

Glencore Faces Hit From Big Coal Bet

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Investors will get their first look on Tuesday at a full year of Glencore’s financial results since it acquired Xstrata and its ample coal reserves in 2013. Coal prices are off about 25% since then.

Glencore Faces Hit From Big Coal Bet

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Investors will get their first look on Tuesday at a full year of Glencore’s financial results since it acquired Xstrata and its ample coal reserves in 2013. Coal prices are off about 25% since then.

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