Ground Shifts Under Wheat Export Market

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Record harvests, the strong dollar and cheap oil are combining to shake up the multibillion-dollar global wheat market.

U.S. Probes Possible Fraud Linked to Specialty Creams

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The Justice Department is investigating what authorities suspect is half a billion dollars in health-care fraud linked to specialty creams used to treat pain and other ailments, and believe an insurance program for veterans may have been the biggest victim.

Thailand's TCC in $3.46 Billion Deal for Groupe Casino's Big C Stake

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Groupe Casino has agreed to sell its stake in Thai hypermarket operator Big C Supercenter for $3.46 billion to a Thai billionaire, marking a major step in the French grocer’s plans to cut its debt.

Iran Sets Crude Export Volumes for Europe

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Iran plans to sell 300,000 barrels of crude oil a day to European customers now that Western sanctions have been lifted, the country’s oil minister told state media.

Schism Atop World's Biggest Hedge Fund

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Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio and his presumed heir apparent called for dueling votes about each other’s conduct at the hedge fund, which manages $154 billion.

Why a Recession Could Arrive Without a Yield Curve Warning

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Investors may not be able to count on a once-reliable economic warning bell, a yield curve inversion, to ring before the next recession.

Foxconn, Sharp to Sign Takeover Deal By End of February

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Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou said the Taiwanese iPhone assembler plans to seal a deal to buy troubled electronics provider Sharp by the end of the month, paving the way for one of the biggest foreign takeovers of a Japanese company.

Tech Stocks Swoon as Growth Disappoints

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The sector led a broad decline, as a disappointing outlook from LinkedIn helped fuel a rush out of stocks.

Coke, Pepsi Thirst for Oil Dividend

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Coca-Cola and PepsiCo will reveal this coming week whether Americans are spending more freely on soda and potato chips, as consumers pocket savings at the gas pump.

Doctors Have Key Role in Fate of Redstone's Company Stakes

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Media mogul Sumner Redstone’s trust puts the decision on whether he is able to manage its assets in the hands of three doctors who could review the 92-year-old only after a vote by five of his associates and relatives.

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