Line Posts Profit in First Report Since IPO

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It was the first quarterly earnings report since the operator of the popular messaging app raised $1.26 billion in the biggest technology initial public offering so far this year.

Comcast Revenue Tops Estimates as Video Subscriber Losses Improve

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Comcast reported better-than-expected financial results and limited the loss of cable customers, despite the pressure from cord-cutting and cheaper streaming options.

Anthem Beats Views, Raises Outlook

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Anthem boosted its revenue guidance for the year as results in the most recent quarter topped expectations, benefiting from continued strength in the health insurer’s government-business segments.

What to Watch at the Fed Meeting

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Federal Reserve officials are virtually certain to leave interest rates unchanged at their meeting that wraps up Wednesday, but their policy statement will be scrutinized for any clues to whether a September rate increase is in play.

Usain Bolt, Puma's Biggest Star Ponders Retirement

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Puma’s biggest star, the sprinter Usain Bolt, is parrying rumors he could retire as soon as the end of this summer’s Olympic Games in Brazil. For Mr. Bolt, retiring is a career issue. For Puma, it is a challenge faced by every company that taps athletes for endorsements.

Bayer Reports Higher Second-Quarter Profit, Raises Guidance

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German pharmaceuticals and chemicals company Bayer reported a 19% rise in net profit for the second quarter of 2016, while revising its forecast for the full year.

Nintendo's Future After Pokémon Fever Breaks

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Nintendo’s dismal results for last quarter further strengthen the case for the company to double down on Pokémon-style mobile games.

Airbus, FAA Spar Over Lithium Batteries

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European jet maker Airbus Group is locked in a dispute with U.S. regulators over the safety of lithium-ion batteries installed on its latest model.

Aviation History's Warning to Self-Driving Car Makers

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Reducing risk when introducing autonomous-driving vehicles means taking time to allow the technology to mature and providing rigorous training for operators, say aviation safety experts.

Statoil Cuts Spending After Posting a Net Loss

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Norway’s Statoil said it would cut its capital expenditure plans by 8% to $12 billion this year as the oil and gas producer swung to a second-quarter net loss.

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