Sprint's Reboot Gains Ground

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Sprint continued to add customers in the latest quarter, helped by its aggressive discounting, and revenue slid less than expected amid indications the wireless carrier’s reboot is gaining ground.

U.S. Oil-Train Boom Is Quickly Waning

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The recent boom in oil transportation by rail in the U.S. is in decline, threatening what was once viewed as a sizable driver of growth for the railroad industry.

More Patience Needed at Gilead

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Gilead’s second consecutive revenue miss won’t make deal speculation go away.

Why Sony's Best Deal May Come From Within

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The rumor mill is grinding again for Sony to take its financial unit private. A deal this time makes more sense than before.

Nike CEO's Total Pay Soars to $47.6 Million

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Nike said Chief Executive Mark Parker’s total compensation nearly tripled to $47.6 million for fiscal year 2016 compared with a year earlier thanks to a big increase in stock awards tied to him taking over the chairman role.

As It Ends, Yahoo's Tale Is One of Missed Chances

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Yahoo’s $4.83 billion sale to Verizon puts an exclamation point on a tumultuous two-decade run that began with success as the web’s organizer, and ended with a cycle of failed leaders and strategic blunders.

Meet the Verizon Woman Behind the Yahoo Deal

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Two years ago, the CEO of Verizon Communications handed a rising lieutenant a big job: build three business units that can each generate $5 billion of revenue a year. That executive is Marni Walden.

Best-Paid CEOs Lag in Results, Study Says

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The best-paid CEOs tend to run some of the worst-performing companies and vice versa, even when pay and performance are measured over the course of many years, according to a new study.

LVMH Sells Donna Karan Brand to G-III for $650 Million

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LVMH agreed to sell Donna Karan International to apparel company G-III Apparel Group for $650 million including debt, an unusual retreat for the French luxury giant.

This Isn't Twitter's Moment

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Twitter’s shares have jumped more than 30% since Microsoft’s deal for LinkedIn; why the rally looks overdone

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