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Qualcomm Profit Plunges Without Royalties From Apple

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Qualcomm said profit fell 40% in its latest quarter, the first in years that didn't include patent royalties on devices from Apple.

Canadian Utility Hydro One to Buy Avista

Hydro One said it has agreed to buy Avista for $53 a share as the Canadian utility company seeks to expand its North American footprint.

Jana Sells Whole Foods Stake

Jana Partners, the activist hedge fund whose push to shake-up Whole Foods Market helped prompt Amazon.com to buy the natural grocer, has sold its stake in the company.

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American Express Profit Falls

American Express Co. said Wednesday its second-quarter earnings fell 33% from last year amid heavy competition from large banks and the loss of its 16-year exclusive relationship with Costco Wholesale Corp.

T-Mobile Subscriber Base Grows

T-Mobile US Inc. continued to grow in the second quarter and raised projections for the year, saying that it still expects to capture all of the growth in the market's most desirable customer group.

Univision Fields Takeover Interest Amid IPO Delays

Univision has been fielding interest from potential bidders, including cable mogul John Malone, after the media company's initial public offering was delayed.

Appeals Court Overturns Convictions of Two Traders in Libor Scandal

An appeals-court panel overturned the convictions of two former Rabobank traders in the scandal over attempted manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, saying the men's Fifth Amendment rights were violated.

Facebook Launches News Analytics Tool in Partnership with Nielsen

Facebook is launching a new analytics tool in partnership with Nielsen that will give news outlets more data on how their stories perform on the platform.

CSX Warns of 'Bumps in the Road' as It Tightens Rail Schedules

CSX Corp. is telling some shippers to brace for growing pains, including additional days of transit times, as the railway implements Chief Executive Hunter Harrison's plan to tighten schedules.

Amazon Lures Publishers to New Social Network by Paying Them to Post

Amazon is paying publishers and social media "influencers" to post to Spark, the new commerce-oriented social network the company launched Tuesday.

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July 20, 2017 01:15 ET (05:15 GMT)