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Date: 2012-09-05
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Airbus fights exclusion from U.S. aerospace lobby
US-EADS-USA-INDUSTRY:Airbus fights exclusion from U.S. aerospace lobby
By Doug Palmer and Tim Hepher

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Airbus has clashed with the U.S. aerospace industry over whether it should be allowed to join its top domestic lobbying group, weeks after announcing plans to set up jet assembly in Alabama.

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Oracle to continue Itanium server support for HP
US-ORACLE-HEWLETTPACKARD:Oracle to continue Itanium server support for HP
(Reuters) - Oracle Corp said it would continue to support Hewlett-Packard Co's Itanium-based servers after it lost a bitter lawsuit in which it had argued that it was not obliged to make new versions of database software compatible with the servers.

Santa Clara Superior Court Judge James


Microsoft, Nokia pin hopes on new Lumia as mobile war escalates
US-NOKIA-MICROSOFT:Microsoft, Nokia pin hopes on new Lumia as mobile war escalates
By Tarmo Virki and Sinead Carew

HELSINKI/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nokia and Microsoft Corp will take the wraps off the struggling European company's most powerful smartphone on Wednesday, in what may be their last major shot at winning back a market lost to Apple, Samsung and Google.



Facebook to use cash, credit to meet stock compensation tax bill
US-FACEBOOK-TAXES:Facebook to use cash, credit to meet stock compensation tax bill
By Alexei Oreskovic

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc will not conduct a secondary share offering to cover a nearly $2 billion tax bill for its employees' stock compensation and has moved up the date on which employees can sell shares, the company said in a regulatory filing on Tuesday.



Satnav battle heats up as drivers look for new gadgets
US-SATNAV-SALES:Satnav battle heats up as drivers look for new gadgets
By Harro Ten Wolde and Tarmo Virki

BERLIN (Reuters) - Garmin Ltd and TomTom NV are gearing up for battle as the world's two biggest navigation companies plan to lure customers back with new products offering extra features.

Satnav sales have been in decline since 2008


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