HP Enterprise Shuffles Senior Executives

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced the planned retirement of its research chief along with other management and organizational changes, the latest signs the technology company wants to streamline operations and speed up decision-making.

'Brexit' Vote Casts Pall Over U.K. Businesses

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Fallout from Britain’s vote to break with the European Union cascaded through the boardrooms of the U.K.’s biggest businesses Monday—triggering profit warnings and forcing executives across Europe to rethink investment and hiring plans.

Nestlé Taps Schneider as Next CEO

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Nestlé SA said it has tapped Ulf Mark Schneider, chief executive of Fresenius Group, as its new CEO starting Jan. 1.

'Brexit': The U.K.'s New Political Risk Equation

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The pain goes on for the pound. The U.K.’s reputation as a haven has been tarnished.

'Brexit' Vote Pours Cold Water on Tata Steel's Sale Plans

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The U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union could cast doubts over Tata Steel’s efforts to sell its businesses in Britain, analysts said.

EU Set to Issue Fresh Formal Antitrust Charges Against Google

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The European Union’s competition watchdog has signaled it is preparing to issue a fresh set of formal antitrust charges, possibly before August, against Google over abusing its dominance in advertising, according to people familiar with the matter.

Brexit: The Latest Catch-All Excuse for Everyday Problems

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Companies are quickly issuing post-Brexit profit warnings—a helpful cover for companies’ more mundane troubles.

Don't Expect Nike Shares to Grab This Rebound

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The coming Summer Olympic Games likely won’t be the positive catalyst investors might expect for Nike’s stock.

Medtronic to Buy HeartWare for $1.1 Billion

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Medtronic said it agreed to acquire HeartWare International for $1.1 billion, adding more heart-treatment products to the medical-device maker.

Groundhog Day for Banks as Market Winter Extended

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Brexit will once again delay a return to normalcy for American banks.

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