'American Sniper' Tags Another Win

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The war drama crosses the $200 million mark; Jennifer Lopez’s ‘The Boy Next Door’ places second.

Exxon Fined $1.05 Million for 2011 Yellowstone Pipeline Break

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Exxon Mobil Corp. must pay a $1.05 million penalty for safety violations related to a 2011 pipeline break under Montana’s Yellowstone River, federal regulators said.

BAE Offers to Build Howitzers in India

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BAE Systems has offered to build a howitzer factory in India to close a deal valued at more than $800 million after years of stalled talks left it shuttering plants in the U.S. and the U.K. that were supposed to produce the artillery.

Viacom CEO Earns $44.3 Million for Year

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Viacom’s Chief Executive Philippe Dauman earned $44.3 million in total compensation in the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, a 19.2% raise from the previous year.

GOP Leaders Open to Bigger Child-Care Credit

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House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have indicated they are open to one piece of President Barack Obama’s tax overhaul proposal: increasing tax breaks for child care.

Intuit Kicks a TurboTax Hornet's Nest

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Intuit, maker of the popular TurboTax tax-preparation software, has infuriated many longtime users by requiring them to buy more-expensive software to complete their 2014 tax returns.

IRS Giveaway: Tax-Filing Software

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About 70% of all taxpayers are eligible for free federal income-tax-preparation and electronic-filing software through a program known as ‘Free File.’

Is It Time to Invest in Energy Stocks?

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Weekend Investor: With oil prices at a six-year low, here are the options for investors—and the risks.

Bitcoin and the Digital-Currency Revolution

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The Saturday Essay: For all bitcoin’s problems, it represents the future of money. Currencies like it will disrupt global finance, revolutionize the way we pay for things and, just maybe, make the world a fairer place.

Li Ka-shing's Possible O2 Deal Would Mark New Milestone

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The potential $15 billion purchase of one of Britain’s biggest cellphone operators would be the Hong Kong billionaire’s biggest deal overseas yet, and would cement his telecommunications and infrastructure company as one of Europe’s top wireless firms.

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