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Lenders May Carp, but Bank of Japan Is Wary of Big Shifts 23 Jul 9:39pm Updated Lenders May Carp, but Bank of Japan Is Wary of Big Shifts
Though its low long-term interest rates leave lenders little opportunity for profit, Japan’s central bank is likely to stick to the contours of its current policy at its meeting next week.
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Qualcomm Faces Demise of NXP Deal as Trade Fight Rumbles On 23 Jul 8:35pm Qualcomm Faces Demise of NXP Deal as Trade Fight Rumbles On
Qualcomm is set to find out this week if its $44 billion deal to buy chip maker NXP Semiconductors will become one of the biggest casualties in the U.S.-China trade battle.
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Nike to Lift Pay for Thousands of Staffers After Review 23 Jul 7:43pm Updated Nike to Lift Pay for Thousands of Staffers After Review
Nike is raising salaries for more than 7,000 employees after an internal pay review and changing how it awards annual bonuses to its global staff, part of a broad overhaul of compensation at the sportswear giant.
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U.S. Existing-Home Sales Tumbled Again in June 23 Jul 7:27pm Updated U.S. Existing-Home Sales Tumbled Again in June
This year’s slump in housing-market sales is defying the strongest period for U.S. growth in years, the latest sign that the economic expansion faces headwinds.
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Investor Discloses Large Barnes & Noble Stake, Pushes for Change 23 Jul 4:34pm Investor Discloses Large Barnes & Noble Stake, Pushes for Change
An investment fund led by Richard Schottenfeld has acquired 5.7% of bookseller Barnes & Noble Inc. and has met with the bookseller’s senior management to discuss how to improve the company’s performance.
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Tesla Asks Suppliers for Cash Back to Help Turn a Profit 23 Jul 4:30pm Updated Tesla Asks Suppliers for Cash Back to Help Turn a Profit
Tesla has asked some suppliers to refund a portion of what the electric-car company has spent previously, an appeal that reflects the auto maker’s urgency to sustain operations during a critical production period.
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23 Jul 4:12pm LifePoint Health Agrees to Apollo Buyout
Apollo Global Management is buying LifePoint Health in a deal with an enterprise value of about $5.6 billion.
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Saudi Arabia to Spend Billions to Revive Foreign Investment 23 Jul 3:34pm Updated Saudi Arabia to Spend Billions to Revive Foreign Investment
Saudi Arabia is ramping up efforts to lure international companies and revive Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s plans for an economic makeover, after foreign investment fell to a 14-year-low in 2017.
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New York Daily News to Cut 50% of Editorial Staff 23 Jul 3:32pm Updated New York Daily News to Cut 50% of Editorial Staff
The New York Daily News announced that it would cut its editorial staff by half as part of a major restructuring to address “significant financial challenges” the Big Apple tabloid has faced for years.
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Nike to Adjust Pay for Thousands of Staffers After Internal Review 23 Jul 2:41pm Updated Nike to Adjust Pay for Thousands of Staffers After Internal Review
Nike is raising salaries for more than 7,000 employees after an internal pay review and changing how it awards annual bonuses to its global staff, part of a broad overhaul of compensation at the sportswear giant.
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Speaker Maker Sonos Sets IPO Price Range 23 Jul 1:48pm Speaker Maker Sonos Sets IPO Price Range
High-end speaker company Sonos laid out the terms for its initial public offering in a regulatory filing, expecting its shares to price between $17 to $19 each.
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Barrick Gold President Departs to Lead AngloGold Ashanti 23 Jul 1:35pm Updated Barrick Gold President Departs to Lead AngloGold Ashanti
Barrick Gold announced that its president, Kelvin Dushnisky, is leaving the company to join AngloGold Ashanti as its chief executive officer.
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Sudden CEO Shift Jolts Fiat Chrysler 23 Jul 12:04pm Updated Sudden CEO Shift Jolts Fiat Chrysler
The deteriorating health of Sergio Marchionne forced Fiat Chrysler to replace him as CEO this weekend, a sudden change at a company dealing with a rapidly evolving industry and a global trade dispute.
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Companies See Glimmers of Opportunity in North Korea 23 Jul 11:27am Updated Companies See Glimmers of Opportunity in North Korea
North Korea, one of the world’s most difficult business environments, looks promising to a number of South Korean corporations and their advisers with an eye on the country’s labor market and vast mineral reserves.
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G-20 Makes Little Progress on Tariffs 23 Jul 11:18am G-20 Makes Little Progress on Tariffs
The U.S. and EU both insist that their conditions for trade talks must be met as the meeting in Argentina wraps up.
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IKEA Lets Some Take DIY Off the Table 23 Jul 5:30am IKEA Lets Some Take DIY Off the Table
The Swedish retailer plans to open its first store in India next month—and has learned that many shoppers there would be unlikely to buy furniture they need to assemble. The chain plans to help them out.
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French IT Firm Expands in U.S. With $3.4 Billion Deal 23 Jul 2:29am French IT Firm Expands in U.S. With $3.4 Billion Deal
The French firm Atos has struck a $3.4 billion deal to buy U.S.-based Syntel, an information-technology company, in a move that would give it access to some of the biggest U.S. financial-services companies.
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