ArcelorMittal Says Steel Markets Are Stabilizing

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The world’s biggest steelmaker said U.S. and European markets are stabilizing after record Chinese exports last year caused prices to plummet around the globe.

Maersk Line Expects Demand to Stabilize, Says CEO

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Maersk Line, the world’s biggest container shipping operator, expects demand to stabilize this year after last year’s meltdown, CEO Soren Skou said, saying consolidation will remove some overcapacity.

To Manage National Debt, Will Donald Trump Lean on the Fed?

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Likely GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump raised eyebrows by suggesting he might seek to renegotiate the country’s $19 trillion in federal debt, WSJ chief economics commentator Greg Ip writes. But also worrisome is his elaboration that as president, he would pressure the Fed to consider the debt when setting rates.

New Lands' End CEO Delivers High Fashion---and a Culture Clash

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At the catalog retailer, frumpy duds are out, strappy heels are in, part of Chief Executive Federica Marchionni’s effort to give the struggling company a makeover.

The Rolling Stones' Guide to Business Success

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For the past 50-plus years, the Rolling Stones have been among the most dynamic, profitable and durable corporations in the world. Five lessons for CEOs and entrepreneurs.

Microsoft Opens Business App Store to Third-Party Software Bulk Sales

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Microsoft will make it easier for corporate technology managers to buy multiple copies of third-party software through its Windows Store for Business.

Chevron Shuts Platform Off Nigeria After Attack

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Attackers struck a Chevron platform off the Nigerian coast, causing an oil spill and forcing the company to shut the facility.

Videotaped Deposition of Sumner Redstone Airs in Competency Case

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In a videotaped deposition for the court case centering on his mental competency, media mogul Sumner Redstone said he wants his daughter Shari Redstone to be his health-care agent.

Hilsenrath: Jobs Report Makes June Rate Rise by Fed Less Likely

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Friday’s jobs report will keep the Federal Reserve in standby mode as it considers whether and when to push short-term interest rates higher again, diminishing the chances of a move at its next meeting in June.

U.S. Consumer Credit Ballooned at Fastest Pace Since 2001

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Borrowing by U.S. consumers ballooned in March at the fastest pace in more than a decade. Outstanding consumer credit, a measure of non-real estate debt, posted a 10.0% seasonally adjusted annual growth rate.

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