Eurozone Inflation Still at Record Lows

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The annual rate of inflation in the 18 countries that use the euro was unchanged at 0.4% in August, as the EU's statistics agency revised a previous estimate that recorded a decline to 0.3%

Virgin Atlantic to Offer New Gogo Satellite Internet Service

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Virgin Atlantic will use Illinois-based Gogo's new satellite-based system, called "2Ku," to provide in-flight high-speed Wi-Fi access.

Sulzer Confirms Talks With Dresser-Rand

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Swiss industrial pump maker Sulzer confirmed that it is in discussions with U.S. firm Dresser-Rand Group about a 'potential transaction,' following a news report about a possible merger.

Occidental in Talks to Sell Part of Dolphin Energy Stake

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Occidental Petroleum is in talks to sell at least one-fifth of its 24.5% stake in Dolphin Energy to Abu Dhabi-owned Mubadala Development, according to people familiar with the matter.

Boeing, SpaceX Share NASA Contracts

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NASA has awarded Boeing a contract worth as much as $4.2 billion and rival Space Exploration Technologies a separate pact valued at up to $2.6 billion to develop, test and fly space taxis to carry U.S. astronauts into orbit.

Bill Gurley's Warning Triggers Debate in Silicon Valley

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Venture capitalist Bill Gurley sounded the alarm in Silicon Valley. And now some of his peers are ringing it with him.

Roche CEO Rules Out Big Deals

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Roche won't change its acquisition strategy following the recent spate of megadeals signed or abandoned in the pharmaceutical sector, Chief Executive Severin Schwan said in an interview.

Lufthansa Buys New Airbus Jets

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German airline Lufthansa said that it is advancing the restructuring of its short-haul operations through the purchase of new Airbus narrow-body jets while continuing to work on the revamp of some long-range operations.

Sony Sees $2.15 Billion Loss

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Sony expects to post a fiscal-year net loss of $2.15 billion as it wrote down the book value of its struggling mobile unit, and said it wouldn't pay a dividend for the first time since its stock was listed in 1958.

Trian Makes Case to Break Up DuPont

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An activist investor with a successful track record has launched a campaign to force DuPont to break itself up after the chemical giant rebuffed its repeated private calls for change.

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