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  • U.S. Seeks New Rules for Rail-Shipped Fuel
    The U.S. government wants to phase out thousands of railroad tank cars that carry crude oil and ethanol within two years, as part of proposed rules to upgrade safety for trains carrying flammable fuels.

  • Deutsche Bank CFO Faces Heat
    Deutsche Bank Chief Financial Officer Stefan Krause is under pressure after U.S. authorities cited serious concerns about the German lender's financial data.

  • SEC Approves Money-Fund Rules
    U.S. securities regulators voted to reduce risk in the $2.6 trillion money-market mutual-fund industry.

  • Tech Stocks Boosted by Earnings
    U.S. stock benchmarks were mostly higher Wednesday, as technology stocks got a boost from upbeat earnings news.

  • Boeing's Profits, Concerns Rise
    Boeing reported a 52% rise in profits and raised its earnings guidance, but the company's stock fell on costs for a new Air Force tanker plane.

  • Solid Results Bolster Pepsi's Stance
    PepsiCo raised its full-year profit forecast as it reported better-than expected second-quarter results on higher sales and lower costs, giving management new ammunition to fend off calls from activist investor Nelson Peltz to split up the snack and beverage giant.

  • Fox's Debt Key in Time Warner Bid
    Ever since his News Corp survived a bruising liquidity crisis in the early 1990s, Rupert Murdoch has been careful to avoid getting overextended financially. But his pursuit of Time Warner could test that philosophy.

  • China Detains Five in Meat Probe
    Chinese police have detained five employees of a U.S.-owned company accused by Chinese authorities of intentionally selling expired meat to fast food chains.

  • Retail Trade Group Cuts Yearly Outlook
    Retail sales this year are likely to be lower than expected, the retail industry's main trade group said Wednesday, as chains struggle to lure consumers back to their stores after a harsh, long winter.

  • Delta Air Lines Profit Rises 17%
    Delta Air Lines Inc. said its second-quarter earnings jumped 17%, driven by higher passenger and operating revenue as traffic increased.

  • Spanish Growth Quickens
    Spain's economy grew at its fastest pace in six years during the second quarter, in contrast to the rest of the euro zone where growth appears to have stalled.

  • Northrop Profit Boosted by Lower Costs
    Northrop Grumman Corp. on Wednesday reported a 4.7% increase in second-quarter profit as the defense contractor cut costs, masking a decrease in sales.

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