NFL to Air Domestic-Abuse Ad at Super Bowl

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The NFL is financing a chilling spot on domestic violence to air during the Super Bowl, as the league looks to repair damage to its image caused by player scandals.

Microsoft Says Sales to Businesses Slows

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Microsoft said the stronger dollar and a shift to Web-based software cut into its sales of Windows, Office and computer-server products to corporations.

U.S. Steel to Curb Operations at Three Plants

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U.S. Steel Corp. said Monday it will temporarily curtail operations at two plants in Alabama and one in Texas, potentially affecting 1,918 workers, as the collapse of oil prices continues to punish key segments of American industry.

United Tech Cuts Outlook

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United Technologies Corp. cut its 2015 sales and profit forecasts as the strengthening dollar takes a bite out of overseas sales of its jet engines, elevators and other heavy equipment.

Foreign Law Firms Face Pressure in China

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For foreign lawyers looking for work in China, scrutiny from regulators over possible mergers and culture clashes between Eastern and Western firms create hurdles.

Breathing for Your Better Health

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Breathing and controlling your breath is one of the easiest ways to improve mental and physical health, doctors and psychologists say.

The Man Behind IBM's Cloud Campaign

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Facing an uphill battle to boost revenue, IBM is mounting a high-stakes campaign to become a top player in cloud services. Now that push has a new point man.

TE Connectivity Nears Deal to Sell Network Arm

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TE Connectivity is nearing a deal to sell its business that makes equipment for telecommunications and data networks to CommScope Holding for about $3 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Walgreen Names Alliance Boots Executive as CFO

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Walgreen Boots Alliance, which was formed from Walgreen’s recent purchase of Alliance Boots, has named George Fairweather as chief financial officer.

Medicare to Rework Billions in Payments

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The Obama administration set an ambitious goal to rework hundreds of billions of dollars in Medicare payments to doctors and hospitals in an effort to reduce waste and make older Americans healthier.

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