How Whipsawing Grain Prices Are Affecting ADM, Cargill

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Several of the largest agribusiness companies are set to announce quarterly results, providing insight into how whipsawing grain prices are affecting the farm economy.

Verizon Workers Still on Job Despite Missed Deadline

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Verizon missed its midnight deadline to secure a deal with more than 37,000 union employees, but the unions said employees will keep working without a contract while talks continue.

KKR Founder Jerome Kohlberg Dies

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Jerome Kohlberg, a co-founder of private-equity giant KKR & Co. and an architect of the industry’s leveraged-buyout model, has died. He was 90.

KKR Founder Jerome Kohlberg Dies

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Jerome Kohlberg, a co-founder of private-equity giant KKR & Co. and an architect of the industry’s leveraged-buyout model, has died. He was 90.

Ice-Cream Recall Sends Chill Through Food Industry

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As Blue Bell Creameries prepares to resume production of its ice cream after a sweeping recall, its mistakes are fueling broader rethinking of how to keep ice cream and other foods free of deadly bacteria.

Crumbling Roads Put a Dent in Drivers' Wallets

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The deteriorating state of the nation’s highways is adding to auto maintenance costs across the country.

Uber Crosses $50 Billion Valuation

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Uber has completed a new round of funding that values the five-year-old ride-hailing company at close to $51 billion, reaching the mark faster than Facebook did.

Marines Say Costly F-35 Jet Fighter Is Finally Ready

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The U.S. Marine Corps said Lockheed’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is finally ready for combat, a milestone for the world’s most expensive weapons program.

'Therapeutic' Approach to Financial Planning

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Financial planners are borrowing techniques from psychologists to help clients get in touch with the often messy feelings behind their relationships with money.

Carlyle Fund Walloped in Commodities Rout

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A rout in raw materials has helped drive down holdings in a Carlye Group firm’s flagship fund from about $2 billion to less than $50 million. The collapsing commodities market is spreading pain well beyond specialists to some of the heaviest hitters on Wall Street.

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