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Airbus in the hot seat at air show
At the Farnborough Air Show that opens Monday outside London, Boeing will hold a steady hand while most eyes will be on Airbus, seeking clues to the big strategic decisions it must make on its widebody jets.
Boeing Crams Seats Into 737 to Boost Low-Cost Carrier Appeal  Bloomberg
Fire means no-show for F-35 at Farnborough opening
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Tech, bank earnings to test economic recovery
Investors will get an early preview on whether corporate America backs a rosier economic picture as key players in the S&P 500's two largest sectors - tech and financials - report quarterly results this week.
Wall Street edges up; indexes post losses  Jamestown Sun
Tech earnings take center stage next week  Reuters India
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Lindt poised to acquire Russell Stover
Lindt, the Swiss chocolate-maker, is close to securing a takeover of Russell Stover, the third-largest US candy company by sales, in a deal that would shake up the country's sweet-toothed consumer goods market.
Swiss chocolate maker Lindt near deal to buy Russell Stover: report  WTAQ
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As some high-risk assets take a hit, investors fear worse is to come
(Reuters) - World financial markets became reacquainted with fear last week, and even if it was short-lived, the ructions in some riskier assets looked to some like a precursor to a much rougher ride down the road.
Portugal rules out state support for Banco Esp´┐Żrito Santo  Financial Times
Espirito Santo's Ricciardi Urges Replacing Bank's Management  Businessweek
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AIRSHOW-Pratt offers improved A320neo engines in battle with CFM
LONDON, July 13 (Reuters) - Engine maker Pratt & Whitney unveiled an enhancement to its engine for the Airbus A320neo plane on Sunday that it says will improve fuel burn efficiency by a further 2 percent, stepping up the battle with rival CFM.
Pentagon Acquisition Chief: Lockheed F-35 Engine Fault Isn't Systemic  Wall Street Journal
Pratt & Whitney says CSeries fault is seal issue in oil system  Business Insider
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Striking LA, Long Beach port truck drivers agree to cooling off period
United Farm Workers join Teamsters as they picket Green Fleet Systems in Carson on Monday. Truckers picketed several trucking companies and shipping terminals at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, claiming they are treated unfairly and are ...
Truck Driver Strike at Los Angeles Port Called Off for Cool Down Period
Truckers End Los Angeles, Long Beach Port Strike  International Business Times
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UPDATE 1-AECOM to pay $6 billion for engineering firm URS Corp
(Adds details on deal, background on companies). July 13 (Reuters) - Engineering design firm AECOM Technology Corp on Sunday said it would pay about $6 billion in cash and stock to acquire URS Corp, an engineering and construction services company, ...
Aecom Technology Agrees to Buy URS for About $4 Billion  Businessweek
AECOM to acquire URS Corporation for US$56.31 per share in cash and stock  Wall Street Journal
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INFLUENCE GAME: Train crashes trigger high-stakes campaign to shape safety ...
FILE - This July 9, 2013 file photo shows workers comb through debris after a train derailed Saturday causing explosions of railway cars carrying crude oil in Lac-Megantic, Quebec.
Public, industry weigh in on oil train safety  Washington Post
INFLUENCE GAME: Shaping railroad safety rules
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Why Europe May Gain the Edge for Investors
The banks UBS and Credit Suisse are side by side in Zurich. Credit Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story.
Crunch time for companies as investors expect returns
Biggest Weekly Loss Since April for S&P 500  Wall Street Journal
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Crumbs lives to bake another day
The New York-based chain, which has four locations in Massachusetts, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as part of a deal that will place the company in the hands of CNBC star Marcus Lemonis and Fischer Enterprises.
Crumbs to be reopened by local investor  CLTV
Crumbs Might Not Crumble After All  TIME
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