Cablevision moves to refinance debt; Nortel retirees call for legislation to protect pensions

> Cablevision is speeding to refinance its debt while rates are low, fearing they could bounce higher at any time.

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> Chipmaker Broadcom Corp. has bumped its offer for Emulex Corp. to $912 million--$11 a share--a 19 percent increase of the company’s original offer.

> Nortel retirees call for emergency legislation to protect pensions

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