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2014/9/11
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2014/9/2
By Robert Kozak Chile's Superintendent of the Environment Cristian Franz said Tuesday that the government agency has levied a fine of about $4.5 million against Anglo American Sur SA, a unit of Anglo American PLC (AAL.LN, AAUKY), for a series of infractions at one of its mines in the Valparaiso region.
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2014/7/8
By Robert Powell, MarketWatch Most workers, despite best efforts by federal regulators and others, seemingly don't know or care how much they are paying in fees for their 401(k) or similar retirement plan.
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2014/9/10
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2014/6/25
By Robert Schroeder, MarketWatch WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The drone industry's main lobbyist wants lawmakers to think of drones as extensions of humans: The eyes that can rise above the plumes of a forest fire and the airborne sound sensors that can look for victims of an earthquake.
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2014/6/25
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2014/7/22
By Robert Schroeder, MarketWatch WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Hedge fund Renaissance Technologies used structured financial products purchased from Barclays and Deutsche Bank to avoid more than $6 billion in taxes, a pair of senators said Monday.
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2014/7/21
By Robert Schroeder, MarketWatch WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- Hedge fund Renaissance Technologies used structured financial products purchased from Barclays and Deutsche Bank to avoid more than $6 billion in taxes, a pair of senators said Monday.
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2014/8/27
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2014/8/26
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2014/7/17
By Robert Wall, Jon Ostrower and Rory Jones FARNBOROUGH, England-- Airbus Group NV and Boeing Co.
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2014/9/9
By Robert Wall and Andy Pasztor Air accident investigators probing the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine published their first definitive account of the accident--drawing from analysis of the plane's onboard cockpit and data recorders and other external sources--but coming to no new conclusions other than definitively stating the plane was shot down.
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2014/9/9
By Robert Wall and Andy Pasztor Air accident investigators probing the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine said high-energy objects struck the Boeing 777 and caused the plane to break apart midflight "The initial results of the investigation point towards an external cause of the MH17 crash," said Tjibbe Joustra, chairman of the Dutch Safety Board, which released an interim report on the crash Tuesday.
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2014/9/9
By Robert Wall and Andy Pasztor Air accident investigators probing the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine said Tuesday that high-energy objects struck the Boeing 777 and caused the plane to break apart midflight "The initial results of the investigation point towards an external cause of the MH17 crash," Tjibbe Joustra, chairman of the Dutch Safety Board, said in releasing an interim report.
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2014/9/9
By Robert Wall and Andy Pasztor Investigators probing the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine said high-energy objects struck the Boeing Co.
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2014/7/9
By Robert Wall FRANKFURT--Deutsche Lufthansa AG said Wednesday it would cut capacity growth, seek lower-costs on long-haul flights, and operate some of its European service through its Eurowings affiliate to improve profitability after earlier restructuring measures failed to deliver the promised profit improvement.
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2014/9/11
By Robert Wall PARIS--U.S. and European sanctions against Russia haven't been a major headache for most Western companies yet, but they are sending some executives scrambling for ways to avoid getting snarled up in them.
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By Robin Sidel, Danny Yadron and Annie Gasparro A data breach that hit customers of nearly 1,000 grocery stores around the U.S. is likely to intensify a push by banks and retailers to introduce a new generation of credit cards designed to be more secure.
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2014/8/18
By Robin Sidel GLEN ALLEN, Va.-- Morgan Montgomery inserted a credit card into a device, pulled it out and tried to pay for her groceries.
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2014/8/15
By Robin Sidel Supermarket chain Supervalu Inc. is investigating a potential data breach that might have affected more than 1,000 stores, including hundreds that were formerly owned by the company, according to people familiar with the situation.
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2014/8/26
By Robin van Daalen AMSTERDAM--Technical services provider Royal Imtech NV (IM.AE) Tuesday announced a 600 million euro ($791.9 million) rights issue and the sale of its ICT business as the ailing company tries to ease its debt burden, as it reported a widening net loss for the second quarter of the year.
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2014/7/15
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2014/9/10
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2014/8/21
By Rogerio Jelmayer SÃO PAULO--A Brazilian court lifted a suspension of a public auction of 4G wireless airwaves, providing oxygen for the government in its effort to meet its fiscal targets this year.
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2014/8/19
By Rogerio Jelmayer SAO PAULO--Brazilian telecommunication-tower operator T4U Holding Brasil SA is planning an initial public offering, which could be the country's first IPO this year, facing a challenging environment in the equity markets.
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2014/8/19
By Rogerio Jelmayer SAO PAULO--The board of directors of Brazilian flat-steel maker Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (SID, CSNA3.BR), or CSN, have approved a plan to buy back as much as 292 million Brazilian reais ($127 million) worth of its shares, the company said Tuesday in a statement.
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