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Airlines go on a record new jet shopping spree

01/09/2014 1:02am
Capt. Paul Wannberg glides an old Boeing 757 over the New Mexico desert, lining up with the runway. A computerized voice squawks elevation warnings. Forty feet. Thirty. Twenty. Ten. Touchdown.

UK chains report dismal Christmas sales

01/09/2014 3:30am
Some major U.K. retailers are reporting dismals sales in the critical Christmas period despite a rise in consumer confidence.

China's auto sales rise 15.7 percent in 2013

01/09/2014 4:04am
China's auto sales rose 15.7 percent last year to 17.9 million vehicles, boosted by strong demand in December, an industry group reported Thursday.

EU antitrust body approves Omnicom-Publicis merger

01/09/2014 7:43am
The European Union's antitrust authority has approved the merger of Omnicom and Publicis, clearing a deal that will create the world's largest advertising firm.

Ford board raises quarterly dividend 25 percent

01/09/2014 9:22am
Ford Motor Co. is raising the quarterly dividend it pays shareholders for the second time since restoring the payout in 2012.

JPMorgan looks at sale of prepaid card business

01/09/2014 10:25am
JPMorgan Chase says it is considering a sale of its prepaid card business.

Need a passport? More investors are looking abroad

01/09/2014 3:27pm
Go west, investors. Oh, and east too.

Electrolux plant in Tennessee to add 650 jobs

01/09/2014 3:33pm
Production is heating up at the big Electrolux kitchen oven plant in Memphis, and officials said Thursday they expect to eventually employ 1,200 people and produce 600,000 ovens annually.

Aegerion discloses Juxtapid marketing subpoena

01/09/2014 4:16pm
Aegerion Pharmaceuticals said Thursday that the U.S. government is looking into the marketing of its cholesterol disorder drug Juxtapid.

Alcoa posts $2.3 billion 4Q loss on write-downs

01/09/2014 4:41pm
Alcoa Inc. reported a $2.34 billion fourth-quarter loss on Thursday as low aluminum prices caused it to write down the value of acquisitions made more than a decade ago.

Sears sales slump during holiday season

01/09/2014 5:00pm
It was an ugly holiday season for Sears.

Diamond Foods to pay $5 million in SEC settlement

01/09/2014 5:13pm
Diamond Foods Inc. will pay $5 million to settle charges by the Securities and Exchange Commission for its role in an accounting scheme.
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