The Best Ways to Manage a Demanding Boss

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Don’t ignore—or meekly accept—the requests of demanding supervisors. Negotiate a solution.

Bayer Joins Jobs Parade

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Bayer has pledged to add U.S. jobs and investment after meeting with President-elect Donald Trump, the latest in a string of public displays from companies looking to head off criticism from the incoming administration about job losses.

Translating Trump to the Global Elite

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Anthony Scaramucci—hedge-fund showman, conference organizer, Trump confidant—is a Davos habitué. This year, he is also the new administration’s ambassador to the global elite.

The New Conventional Wisdom on Emerging-Market Bonds

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Most emerging-market bonds have recovered quickly from their Trump-trade beating, but swaths of debt are expected to mature this year.

Eyeballs Are No Longer Enough for Netflix

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Netflix should be able to meet subscriber targets, but investors may start demanding profits.

Eyeballs Are No Longer Enough for Netflix

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Netflix should be able to meet subscriber targets, but investors may start demanding profits.

Mattel Names New CEO, Picking Google's Giorgiadis

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Mattel Inc. named Google executive Margaret Georgiadis as its next chief executive, bringing an outsider to replace Christopher Sinclair atop the biggest U.S. toy company.

Exxon Mobil Expands Permian Basin Footprint

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Exxon Mobil is the latest company to expand in Texas’ red-hot Permian basin, announcing a deal Tuesday to buy companies owned by the Bass family for $5.6 billion in stock and up to $1 billion in additional payments.

Investors Try to Tap Into the Next Craigslist, Regardless of Earnings

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The two leading contenders offering app-based classified listings, Letgo and OfferUp, have raised some $300 million in the past six months, despite generating virtually zero revenue.

Trump Comments Signal Shift in Approach to U.S. Dollar

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By talking down the value of the U.S. dollar, President-elect Donald Trump is potentially veering away from more than two decades of strong-dollar precedent.

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