Bayer Will Keep Monsanto Jobs in U.S., Trump Team Says

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Bayer AG will maintain Monsanto Co.’s entire U.S. workforce after the German chemicals giant’s planned acquisition of the U.S. agrochemical group, a spokesman for President-elect Trump said Tuesday.

Brexit and the Pound: Far From All Clear

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The pound rocketed as Prime Minister Theresa May set out her Brexit plan, but many challenges lie ahead.

Pulling Retirement Cash, but Not by Choice

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Baby boomers’ mandatory withdrawals from 401(k)s, IRAs and other tax-deferred retirement accounts start in full force this year. The obligatory outflows are expected to ripple through the U.S. economy, the stock market and a money-management industry.

Businesses Push Trump to Salvage Pacific Trade Pact

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Business and agricultural groups are lobbying Trump transition officials to rework and even rename a Pacific trade deal that would knit together the U.S. and Asian countries, despite Mr. Trump’s plan to scrap the agreement.

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.

Trump, Boeing CEO Discuss Air Force One Requirements

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Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said after a meeting with President-elect Donald Trump that they discussed simplifying the requirements for the new planes that would serve as Air Force One.

Amped Up Politics and the Future of Central Banking

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Investors should watch for any further deterioration in relations between politicians and central bankers; monetary policy is at a critical juncture.

Investors Should Heed Morgan Stanley's Cautious Note

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The Wall Street bank turns in another strong quarter but its CEO warns a lot can go wrong.

Trump vs. CEOs vs. Shareholders

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President-elect Donald Trump’s tweets could force money-losing business decisions, which executives will struggle to explain to investors.

Lenovo Thought It Knew How to Fix Brands---Then It Bought Motorola

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Success with a deal for IBM personal computers led China’s Lenovo to underestimate the difficulty of reviving smartphone company Motorola Mobility. “We underestimated the differences of the culture and the business model,” says the CEO.

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