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Slow China growth dims Chinese New Year

Fireworks are big in China as a key ingredient to events like APEC, and for holidays like the Lunar New Year coming next week. But a slowdown in economic growth looks like it's taking the spark out Feb 12, 2015
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Tesla posts loss; Cisco earns beat

Electric car maker Tesla reported a loss - a profit was expected. Revenues also fell short. But Tesla said its model X will begin shopping in six months, and the company remains optmistic about its Feb 12, 2015
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Time Warner's premium cash stream

Time Warner is making programs that people really want to watch, and are willing to pay for, like HBO's "Game of Thrones" and "True Detective." Subscription fees for the premium cable network, as Feb 12, 2015
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Spain's King takes a pay cut too

Spain's economic recovery is being helped along by a cost-cutting King. King Felipe VI will earn around 234,000 euros in 2015 as head of state, 20 percent less than last year. The Royal family will Feb 12, 2015
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Can art keep drawing in investors?

Visitors to a Swiss art gallery say their fond farewells. To a long-time resident - now global star. Gauguin's masterpiece When Will You Marry is moving on to shows in Madrid and Washington. Then Feb 11, 2015
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How strong is Germanys Greek resolve?

They need a thaw - and not just in Athens. The relationship between Greece and Germany is becoming increasingly frosty. (SOUNDBITE) (Greek) UNIDENTIFIED ATHENS RESIDENT SAYING: "It is difficult, Feb 11, 2015
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UKs turn to trial driverless car

Driverless cars are one step getting closer to hitting the roads in the UK. A government-backed project on Wednesday unveiling a pair of prototype vehicles. One is already ferrying passengers around Feb 11, 2015
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Pepsi tops estimates despite stronger dollar

Strong sales from its Frito Lay business helping Pepsi top estimates in the fourth quarter, despite a drop in profit and revenue…. The stronger dollar weighing on results. Sales from its North Feb 11, 2015
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Has Sky paid too much for tv soccer?

It's a record TV deal and Sky emerged the champions, paying 4.2 billion pounds for the rights to show the lions share of Premier League matches. They'll broadcast 126 live games over three years Feb 11, 2015