Twitter Faces Free-Speech Dilemma

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The social-media site scrambled to remove images of a U.S. journalist's beheading while maintaining its dedication to freedom of expression.

Clampdown on Popular Painkillers

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The Obama administration moved to restrict prescriptions of the most commonly used narcotic painkillers in the U.S., with the DEA saying it would put hydrocodone combination drugs in the category reserved for medical substances with the highest potential for harm.

A Tiny Oil Platform, One Big Mystery

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A small oil facility off the coast of Africa appears to be sending lots of crude to Europe, raising questions by Nigerian and U.S. authorities about whether some of it is pilfered Nigerian crude.

Arvind to Bring Gap Stores to India

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India's Arvind said it plans to open retail outlets in India with U.S. apparel retailer Gap.

Ann Cuts Guidance as Results Beat Lowered Expectations

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Ann Inc. cut its sales guidance for the year amid soft traffic and continued promotions, while its fiscal second-quarter sales just beat the downbeat guidance the retailer offered earlier this month.

CEZ Likely to Bid Slovenske Elektrarne

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Enel wants to sell its 66% stake in the Slovak electricity company and Czech peer CEZ is likely to make a bid..

Rosneft Buys Stake in N.Y.-Listed Driller

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New York-listed North Atlantic Drilling said that Russia's Rosneft would acquire 30% of its shares in exchange for cash and 150 of Rosneft's onshore drilling rigs, following a deal struck before sanctions were imposed on Russia.

Dynegy to Buy Power Plant Assets

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Dynegy has agreed to pay $6.25 billion to buy 12,500 megawatts of coal and gas generation assets from Duke Energy and Energy Capital Partners, a deal that will nearly double its portfolio.

Foreign Investors Rethink Enthusiasm on Myanmar Aviation

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Aviation, once thought to be one of Myanmar's most promising sectors, is losing its shine with foreign investors, offering a window into the slowdown in investment into the country.

Great Wall's First-Half Net Profit Falls 3.3%

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Chinese car maker Great Wall Motor said its first-half net profit fell 3.3% from a year earlier due to falling sedan sales, as problems delay the launch of a flagship sports-utility model.

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