GoDaddy Out to Lose Bad-Boy Image

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Customers recognize GoDaddy from ads with Danica Patrick and others but the web-hosting firm now hopes an IPO will help its transition to serious small business Web partner.

CBRE to Buy Johnson Control Unit for $1.48 Billion

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Real-estate services company CBRE Group Inc. has agreed to buy Johnson Controls’ workplace solutions business for $1.48 billion in cash, expanding CBRE’s on-site staffing and management services for commercial buildings.

H-P Sues Ex-Autonomy Executives

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Hewlett-Packard said it filed suit against two former senior officials of Autonomy, the U.K. software firm that H-P purchased and then accused of misrepresenting its financial condition.

Battered Oil Shows Signs of Life

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Quarterly Markets Review: As the U.S. runs low on space for oil storage, production growth is expected to slow. That could bring some much-needed support for prices after a nine-month slide.

Google Pressures AT&T's Broadband Prices

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AT&T brought its high-speed broadband service to Google’s backyard Monday, but at a higher price than in places where it competes with the Internet company’s broadband service.

Subscription Service Accused of Fraud

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Authorities in five states filed a lawsuit Tuesday against a magazine and newspaper subscription service they accuse of charging highly inflated prices for publications they weren’t authorized to sell.

McDonald's to Test All-Day Breakfast

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Fast-food chain McDonald’s will experiment with round-the-clock Egg McMuffins and Hot Cakes at some San Diego area outlets, responding to customer demand and countering rivals such as Jack In The Box and Sonic.

Charter to Buy Bright House Networks

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Charter Communications agreed to buy Bright House Networks for $10.4 billion in cash and stock, the latest deal in a rapidly consolidating pay-television industry.

Investors Look for Gems in Rubble of Crude's Collapse

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Some investors, ranging from distressed debt specialists through traditional funds and private equity companies to hedge funds, believe oil markets have overshot and that the price of crude will rise.

Rents Fall, Vacancies Rise as Moscow Confronts Flagging Economy

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The empty storefronts and for-rent signs that pockmark the upscale shopping strip of Tverskaya Street illustrate impact of the ruble’s collapse and Russia’s broader economic troubles on commercial real estate.

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