Barclays Chief Executive Antony Jenkins to Leave

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Barclays said Chief Executive Antony Jenkins would leave the bank after its board decided that new leadership was required.

Fed Tells Santander's U.S. Unit to Shape Up

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The Federal Reserve issued a stinging lecture to Spanish bank Banco Santander, faulting the lender’s U.S. unit for failing to meet regulators’ standards on a range of basic business operations.

Top Executives Are Getting Younger

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As older baby boomers retire, more corporate boards are promoting members of Gen X as chief executives, a group that tends to be more tech savvy and spend more time wooing and keeping younger staffers.

Subway, Jared Fogle Suspend Ties

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Subway and its longtime pitchman Jared Fogle suspended ties after federal authorities raided his home, placing a sudden, unwanted spotlight on the sandwich chain.

'Fair Trade' Becomes a Fashion Trend

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Fair Trade coffee and chocolate have become commonplace. Get ready for Fair Trade fashion and décor.

Carnival Gets U.S. Approval to Start Cruises to Cuba

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Carnival said the U.S. Treasury Department granted the cruise-ship company approval to begin cruises to Cuba starting next May.

Energy Transfer May Go Hostile for Williams

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Energy Transfer Equity said it will pursue a multibillion-dollar deal to acquire rival pipeline operator Williams Cos. with or without the company’s cooperation.

P&G Settles Suit on Puffed-Up Packaging

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Procter & Gamble has agreed to change packaging for some Olay products to settle California accusations that it misled consumers with containers that were at times much larger than the face cream inside.

Springer-ProSieben Talks Run Counter to Media Trends

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A merger of German broadcaster ProSiebenSat. 1 and publisher Axel Springer SE would run counter to media trends in Europe and the U.S. but still help the two companies face the challenges of new digital rivals.

J.P. Morgan to Settle Credit-Card Probes for $125 Million---Sources

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J.P. Morgan Chase intends to pay at least $125 million to settle probes by U.S. state and federal authorities over the New York bank’s collection and sale of credit-card debt.

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