Auditor Knew of Wal-Mart Mexico Bribery Allegations, Group Claims

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A small shareholder group, CtW, says Wal-Mart’s longtime auditor, Ernst & Young, knew about possible bribery in Mexico long before the company disclosed it to U.S. authorities.

John Nash, 'A Beautiful Mind' That Changed Economics, Dies in Crash

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John Nash, a mathematician whose work on the nature of human negotiation changed modern economics and whose personal struggles with mental illness touched millions, died Saturday in a car crash along with his wife, Alicia.

Is Asiana Undermining Its Safety Chief?

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Asiana has had major accidents in four of the past five years, prompting worries that its safety czar doesn’t have enough power to improve the South Korean airline’s track record.

Look What's Stirring at Shake Shack

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Shake Shack has achieved cult status among investors. But its low float has also contributed to irrational movement in the stock.

Charter Nears $55 Billion Deal for Time Warner Cable

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Charter Communications is nearing an acquisition of Time Warner Cable in a roughly $55 billion deal that would create a more potent rival for Comcast and DirecTV.

African Economies to Gather Pace

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African economies will gather pace this year and next year, in their fitful and uneven economic ascent, three prominent organizations said in a joint report.

Buybacks Alone Won't Fuel AutoZone

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Ahead of the Tape: AutoZone is in the stock-buyback zone, but growth may slow as its valuation rises.

BookCon Opens Its Arms to TV Stars, Erotica

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BookCon, the literary cousin of Comic Con, will aim to drum up buzz for new titles by letting book fans mingle with celebrities like Mindy Kaling and Judy Blume.

Roche Shows Strength in Face of Uncertainty

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Worries about biosimilars have pressured Roche’s stock. But when it comes to another imponderable issue, the Swiss pharmaceutical company is showing its strengths.

Bank Trading Gains Take Spring Break

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After surging earlier in the year, bond trading has once again slumped. April saw the lowest level of trading activity in years.

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