Groupon Loss Widens

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Groupon posted a wider third-quarter loss and signaled it may sell a stake in South Korean subsidiary Ticket Monster less than 10 months after buying it.

Twitter Replaces Product Chief Daniel Graf

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Twitter has replaced its new head of product, Daniel Graf, just six months after his much-touted hire away from Google.

LinkedIn's Revenue Grows Strongly Across the Board

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LinkedIn reported strong third-quarter revenue growth across its three main businesses, helping the professional social network post a smaller-than-expected loss.

Time Warner Cable Profit Drops

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Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus said the regulatory review of the company’s pending merger with Comcast is going ‘somewhat more slowly’ than expected, as TWC reported a drop in third-quarter profit.

Starbucks Sales Disappoint; Delivery Is on Horizon

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Starbucks reported a smaller-than-expected 10% increase in revenue and gave a disappointing forecast. The company also said some customers will be able to use a mobile ordering app for deliveries next year.

Volkswagen Profit Rises 58%

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Volkswagen reported a sharply higher profit and steady sales growth, reaffirming that Europe’s biggest auto maker is on track to reach a target of selling 10 million vehicles this year—four years earlier than expected.

Vice Signs TV Deal in Canada

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Vice Media signed a deal with Rogers Communications to build a content studio that will lead to the launch of a TV network in Canada next year.

Pressure Builds on Air Bag Maker

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ordered air bag maker Takata to disclose emails and other information on what it knows about millions of defective air bag systems in older vehicles on the road.

McDonald's to Change U.S. Structure

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McDonald’s is eliminating layers of management and creating a new organizational structure in the U.S. as it seeks to better respond to consumer tastes.

Japan's SoftBank Takes Hard Look at America Movil Assets

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SoftBank Corp., the Japanese telecom and technology giant, is taking a hard look at wireless assets that have been put up for sale by America Movil.

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