Syngenta Moves to Calm Disappointed Shareholders

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Syngenta moved to appease shareholders angered by its rejection of a takeover from Monsanto, saying it will divest its global vegetables seeds business and return more than $2 billion to shareholders.

Rio Tinto Sees Solid Demand for Steel

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Rio Tinto told investors it expects world-wide demand for iron ore to keep growing despite China’s economic slowdown, as the company projected a rising appetite for steel.

Novartis to Begin Selling Copy of Amgen's Neupogen in U.S.

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Novartis said it will begin selling the first biosimilar drug in the U.S. after an appeals court denied Amgen’s request to block the Swiss drug maker’s sale of its copycat version of blockbuster remedy Neupogen.

Inside Uber's Fight With Its Chinese Nemesis

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China’s multibillion-dollar ride-hailing market has erupted into a brawl between Uber and Beijing startup Didi Kuaidi.

Apple's Latest Challenge: Topping Its Own Success

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Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus reignited sales growth for the smartphone. But analysts predict muted growth for its latest models due out next week.

For Russia, Oil Collapse Has Soviet Echoes

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For most countries, the economic slowdown in China and the accompanying slump in commodity prices represent something between nuisance and pothole. For Russia, they are a catastrophe, writes Greg Ip.

Foreign Firms Feel China's Chill

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Market turmoil and Beijing’s crackdown on brokers and investors is complicating the plans of foreign funds and investment banks that had bet on bigger business in China.

Why Americans Are Going Abroad for an M.B.A.

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Propelled in part by a strong U.S. dollar, more U.S. students are heading across the pond for a business degree.

China's Devaluation Wins IMF Over

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Beijing’s careful management of its currency since its devaluation last month is bolstering China’s bid to get the yuan included in the IMF’s basket of reserve currencies as soon as November, according to people familiar with the matter.

Air Cargo Volumes Drop, as China's Economy Stumbles

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Airports in the U.S. and Europe are reporting declines in air freight after months of growth due to reduced exports from Asia, raising concerns about the health of global trade.

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