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September 18, 1987

The Federal Communications Commission cleared the way for General Electric Co., which owns NBC, to buy Miami television station WTVJ even though the city already has an NBC affiliate . . . Los Angeles-based National Medical Enterprises announced plans to construct six facilities--two psychiatric hospitals, two replacement hospitals and two residential treatment centers--at a cost of $36.3 million and will also expand seven psychiatric hospitals at a cost of $26.4 million . . . Assets of 396 money-market funds tracked by the Investment Company Institute rose $466.2 million to $245.57 billion in the week ended Wednesday, the institute reported . . . Marshall Field's 135-year-old flagship store in downtown Chicago will receive a $110-million face lift in a five-year project scheduled to begin in January . . . Limited Inc. said it expects to post second-half income between 25% and 30% higher than in the year-ago period . . . Sara Lee Corp. is negotiating to buy the food and consumer products business of the Dutch firm Akzo NV for $600 million and is also selling its Electrolux division to an investor group led by Electrolux management. Terms were not disclosed.

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