Renault-Nissan's Problem: There's Only One Ghosn

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Carlos Ghosn is stepping down as CEO of Nissan to focus on its global alliance with Renault and Mitsubishi, highlighting the group’ challenges in finding a successor for the storied executive.

Business Leaders Send Trump Their Deregulation Wish List

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The Business Roundtable, whose members include executives on the president’s manufacturing advisory council, identified more than a dozen major regulations it said should be revamped or scrapped.

Brazil Graft Scandal Has Firms Bulking Up Compliance Ranks

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Companies in Brazil are racing to hire compliance officers to root out corruption, in a sign that the country’s investigation into graft at its state-run oil company is prompting a wider cleanup of Brazilian business.

'Tailored' Accounting Takes Companies Into Alternate Reality

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Recent moves by the Securities and Exchange Commission serve as a reminder that non-GAAP corporate results should be digested with a grain of salt.

Google Team Cracks Longtime Pillar of Internet Security

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A cryptographic technology long central to internet security has been dealt a knockout blow by researchers at Google and a Dutch research institute.

Fed Eyes Aggressive Rate Increases

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Federal Reserve officials at their latest meeting anticipated raising short-term interest rates “fairly soon” in light of an improving economy and the possibility that the Trump administration’s proposed economic policies could push inflation up faster than anticipated.

Malls' Woes Hurt Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body Works

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Dwindling traffic at U.S. shopping centers has caught up with Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works, two retail stalwarts that previously shrugged off the trend.

Rocket Internet Fizzles as Biggest Investor Halves Stake

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A collaboration that created some of Europe’s largest e-commerce businesses moved closer to dissolution when Swedish investment group Kinnevik announced it had halved its holding in Rocket Internet.

Jobless Claims Measure at Lowest Level Since 1973

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A measure of layoffs across the U.S. fell to the lowest level in more than four decades last week, an indication that the labor market continues to add jobs at a healthy clip.

Peugeot Resumes Dividend as Profit Jumps

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Peugeot, the French car maker in advanced talks to buy the European operations of General Motors, will pay its first dividend for six years after posting a sharp rise in net profit for 2016.

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