The Bubble of Smart Things

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The Internet of smart things—smart plates, cups, forks, frying pans—is incontrovertibly in a bubble, writes Christopher Mims. And a shakeout will likely leave few standing.

Charter Contacts Time Warner Cable For Possible Merger

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Top executives close to Charter Communications have begun reaching out to Time Warner Cable’s management to discuss a possible merger of the cable operators.

Got Branding? Dean Renames Its Milk

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Dean Foods is combining its hodgepodge of regional milk operations under a national banner, DairyPure, in an effort to invigorate its struggling business and bolster its 36% share of a shrinking U.S. milk market.

Growth Beats Value. (But Investors Don't Seem to Care.)

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Growth-stock funds are winning over value funds, but investors aren’t focusing on the battle anymore.

IMF to Brighten View of China's Yuan

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The International Monetary Fund is close to declaring China’s yuan fairly valued for the first time in more than a decade, a milestone in the country’s efforts to open its economy.

IMF to Brighten View of China's Yuan

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The International Monetary Fund is close to declaring China’s yuan fairly valued for the first time in more than a decade, a milestone in the country’s efforts to open its economy.

Test Your Smarts About Fund Investors

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Take our monthly news challenge, this time on the latest stats about typical fund investors.

Study Casts Doubt on Multiasset Funds

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Researchers say most of the managers who run these funds showed no ability to time the stock market.

Dividend-Stock Fan Isn't Shying Away

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Adviser Sue Stevens increases clients’ allocation to funds that buy dividend stocks, betting it will provide stability in a volatile market.

China Factory Gauge Shows Weakness in April

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China’s manufacturing sector turned in its weakest performance in a year, suggesting that Beijing may need to speed up its efforts to boost the economy.

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