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  • Aronia berry gaining market foothold in US Saturday, 12 Jul 2014 | 2:25 PM ET

    The native North American berry was introduced in Russia and eastern Europe in the early 20th century and has been cultivated there for juices and wines.

  • NEW YORK, July 11- Wells Fargo& Co is angling to cash in on the U.S. energy boom, as the fourth-largest U.S. bank looks for new avenues of revenue growth to overcome a slump in mortgage lending, its traditional driver of profits.

  • The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, claims that shareholders suffered losses after Lions Gate, which also produces TV shows such as "Mad Men," on March 13 agreed to pay $7.5 million and admit wrongdoing to settle the probe by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • WASHINGTON, July 11- The U.S. Commerce Department on Friday set duties on South Korean steel pipe used in the oil and natural gas industry, reversing itself in one of the most contentious trade disputes in years after hefty lobbying from U.S. producers and lawmakers.

  • Shareholders sue Lions Gate over SEC probe Friday, 11 Jul 2014 | 5:53 PM ET
    Carl Icahn

    The lawsuit claims shareholders suffered losses after Lions Gate agreed to pay $7.5 million and admit wrongdoing to settle an SEC probe.

  • *Airbus to launch revamped and rebranded A330- sources. LONDON, July 11- Suspense over the appearance of America's newest combat jet, a diplomatic chill between the West and Russia and the re-launch of an Airbus jet with a surprise tweak in its name could make the Farnborough Airshow one of the least predictable for years.

  • New York won't keep oil train details secret Friday, 11 Jul 2014 | 4:32 PM ET

    ALBANY, N.Y.— New York's homeland security agency is refusing requests from freight railroads to further restrict public information about their crude oil shipments, concluding it's not sensitive security information and will be given to local emergency planners.

  • In a 3-2 vote, the FCC approved Chairman Tom Wheeler's proposal to phase out E-Rate spending on older technologies such as pagers, shift focus to high-speed Internet and commit $2 billion in the next two years to Wi-Fi, without raising the program's budget.

  • OTTAWA, July 11- The Supreme Court of Canada backed the right of the province of Ontario to grant forestry licenses on a tract of traditional native land on Friday after an aboriginal challenge of licenses that had been granted to a lumber company.

  • OTTAWA, July 11- Canada unexpectedly shed 9,400 jobs in June and the unemployment rate rose to 7.1 percent from May's 7.0 percent, underlining how employment growth has stalled despite a recovery in the United States.

  • OTTAWA, July 11- The Supreme Court of Canada on Friday backed the right of the province of Ontario to grant forestry licenses, after an aboriginal challenge to licenses it had granted to a predecessor of Resolute Forest Products Inc.

  • TORONTO, July 10- The union representing about 1,000 Bombardier Inc workers at a railcar production facility in Thunder Bay, Ontario threatened to strike on Monday if the parties fail to come to an agreement.

  • Mass. reports progress in fixing health website Thursday, 10 Jul 2014 | 3:05 PM ET

    BOSTON— Software ordered by Massachusetts to fix its hobbled health care exchange passed initial tests, renewing hopes that the state could finally have a fully operational website by year's end, officials said Thursday.

  • Agriculture industry seeks to create right to farm Thursday, 10 Jul 2014 | 1:59 PM ET

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.— In the nation's agricultural heartland, farming is more than a multibillion-dollar industry that feeds the world. "A couple of years from now, we might say this was the beginning of the trend," said Rusty Rumley, a senior staff attorney at the National Agricultural Law Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

  • Shares in Canada's Corus slip on quarterly loss Thursday, 10 Jul 2014 | 12:13 PM ET

    TORONTO, July 10- Shares in Canadian media company Corus Entertainment Inc slumped on Thursday after it reported a quarterly loss amid a slumping advertising market. Corus said it had a net loss of C $30.3 million on revenue of C $214 million in the three months to May 31, due mostly to impairment charges and radio license fees.

  • LONDON, July 10- Fossil fuels will remain an indispensable part of the global energy supply for at least the next 50 years, so a means must be found to burn them without pumping carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

  • Trains carrying crude oil pass near Sioux Falls Wednesday, 9 Jul 2014 | 10:09 AM ET

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D.— BNSF Railway is regularly hauling three trains a week loaded with crude oil through the Sioux Falls area, but those are the only shipments of crude from North Dakota's Bakken region crossing the state, according to records released Wednesday.

  • OTTAWA, July 9- Two more provinces, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick, signed up on Wednesday for a plan to create a national securities regulator in Canada, joining Ontario, British Columbia and the federal government in a project designed to end a patchwork of local regulation.

  • OTTAWA, July 9- Saskatchewan and New Brunswick agreed on Wednesday to participate in an eventual national securities regulator in Canada, meaning that four of the nation's 10 provinces have signed on to the project designed to end a patchwork of local regulators.

  • Theme park CEO says job is about making memories Wednesday, 9 Jul 2014 | 8:45 AM ET

    SANDUSKY, Ohio— Standing in the shadows of a $30 million roller coaster that flips, drops and spins its riders, the head of the nation's fourth-biggest amusement park company points to another addition at Cedar Point he's proud of too— a shady spot to relax and munch on taffy and fudge.