Malone: Fox Unlikely to Face Competition in Time Warner Bid

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Cable magnate John Malone says 21st Century Fox has long been eyeing a takeover bid for Time Warner and isn't likely to face competing bidders.

New Startup Airlines Crowd the Skies

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The U.S. airline industry's newfound health is breeding something not seen in years: a flock of startups. All share an optimism—ill-founded, some analysts say—that they can defy the odds in an industry that has experienced 77 bankruptcies in the past 20 years.

Do you think the Egyptians did the right thing by "wanding" Secretary of State John Kerry while going through security?

Pradaxa Study Recommends Blood Tests

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Three medical-safety experts say the blood thinner Pradaxa can cause dangerous bleeding episodes that could often be avoided by giving patients blood tests to assess how their bodies respond to the drug.

BCE to Take Bell Aliant Unit Private

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Canadian telecommunications giant BCE to buy out minority shareholders of its Bell Aliant Inc. division for about 3.95 billion Canadian dollars ($3.68 billion).

GM Plans Six More Recalls

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GM unveiled six safety recalls covering 717,950 vehicles in the U.S., citing a variety of safety issues.

Volatile Mix: Social Media and Coupons

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Retailers including Wal-Mart, Target and others are taking steps to limit price-matching as social-media websites turn discounting into a viral frenzy.

Solid Results Bolster Pepsi's Stance

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PepsiCo raised its full-year profit forecast as it reported better-than expected second-quarter results on higher sales and lower costs, giving management new ammunition to fend off calls from activist investor Nelson Peltz to split up the snack and beverage giant.

As Phone Growth Slows, Carriers Turn to Tablets

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Wireless companies have been jockeying for new subscribers in a market where there are more active cellphone plans than there are people. Carriers have found the answer in tablets.

Condé Nast Shakes Up Senior Management Ranks

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Magazine publisher Condé Nast has shaken up its senior management ranks, broadening the portfolio of its president, Bob Sauerberg, and making him the clear favorite to eventually succeed CEO Chuck Townsend.

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