Danone Weighs Expansion Opportunities

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Danone has launched a strategic review to ensure its long-term growth, amid renewed speculation over whether the French dairy group can survive as a stand-alone company.

McDonald's Expects More Challenges

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McDonald's is trying to fix the fundamentals of its business as the fast-food company plans for more weakness this year.

Microsoft's Net Takes Hit on Nokia

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Microsoft said its quarterly profit declined as the company absorbed a financial hit from acquiring Nokia's money-losing cellphone business.

Fox Mindful of Debt as It Eyes Time Warner

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Ever since his News Corp survived a bruising liquidity crisis in the early 1990s, Rupert Murdoch has been careful to avoid getting overextended financially. But his pursuit of Time Warner could test that philosophy.

WSJ Takes Some Computer Systems Offline After Cyber Intrusion

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Computer systems housing The Wall Street Journal's news graphics were hacked by outside parties, according to Journal publisher Dow Jones & Co.

Regulators Find Litany of Problems At Deutsche Bank in U.S.

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An examination by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that Deutsche Bank AG's giant U.S. operations suffer from a litany of serious financial-reporting problems that the lender has known about for years but not fixed, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

Ignition Woes Ran Deep at GM

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General Motors knew more than a decade ago that loose ignition switches went well beyond the Chevrolet Cobalt and related small cars, redesigning switches in at least three high-volume car families.

Tel Aviv's Tech Hub Scrambles Amid Disruptions

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Israel's battle with Hamas has some tech entrepreneurs in Tel Aviv scrambling to staff their startups and keep to their travel plans.

Connecticut Court to Revisit Protection for Whistleblowers

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Connecticut's highest court is set to weigh in on a case against UBS that could limit protections for whistleblowers in the state.

Clippers Will Suffer If Sterling Stays, Interim CEO Says

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The interim chief executive of the L.A. Clippers said Tuesday that embattled owner Donald Sterling's reputation has become so unfavorable that the team could lose its head coach, season ticket holders and corporate sponsors should he remain at its helm.

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