U.S. to Push Some Shipments to Iran

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In recent weeks, U.S. officials have been reaching out to a handful of European companies and asking them to expedite the sale of medical goods to Iran, a market they were struggling to gain access to just a few months ago.

Delta To Offer Free Entertainment Options

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Delta Air Lines, moving to ratchet up customer service, intends to offer free entertainment options on all of its flights world-wide.

Adani Gets Approval to Build Mine

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India's Adani Group has secured approval from Australia to build one of the world's largest coal mines, a move that comes amid investor concerns about a global supply glut of the commodity and a prolonged downturn in prices.

Are Shippers Responsible for Content?

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U.S. case against FedEx will explore whether the company conspired to distribute controlled substances.

Russia Told to Pay Yukos Shareholders $50 Billion

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A European court has ruled that Russia owes former shareholders of the now-defunct oil giant Yukos more than $50 billion in compensation for the government's seizure of the company, describing the Kremlin's actions as "a devious and calculated expropriation" of assets.

Apple's Beats Deal Gets EU Nod

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European Union antitrust regulators have approved Apple's $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, the music-streaming service and headphone maker founded by the rapper Dr. Dre and music mogul Jimmy Iovine.

BMW to Expand Fast Charging

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BMW is launching two new ways for owners of its electric cars to recharge their batteries in bid for broader acceptance.

Oil Prospectors Shift Back to Wealthy Lands

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After decades focusing on less-developed nations, big oil companies are piling back into wealthy countries with political stability that provides more-predictable cash flow.

Raytheon Names CEO Kennedy as Chairman

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Raytheon's board elected Chief Executive Thomas A. Kennedy as chairman, succeeding William H. Swanson, who plans to retire in September.

Duke Energy to Buy Some Generating Assets for $1.2 Billion

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Duke Energy agreed to a $1.2 billion deal for certain generating assets from the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency.

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