Alibaba Needs Strength Beyond Its Core

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The Chinese e-commerce giant reports another blowout quarter, yet it has failed to prove it can earn significant profits beyond its core business.

Trump Warns Auto Executives on Moving Business Overseas

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President Donald Trump said businesses have to wait too long to obtain permits and vowed to create a friendlier climate for companies that want to invest in the U.S., stepping up a push to curb the flow of jobs overseas.

Swedish Air-Bag Maker Says Auction of Takata Was Unfair

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A rival air-bag maker bidding for Takata accused the company of rigging a monthslong auction, ratcheting up tensions with the Japanese supplier as it races to find a financial backer and settle significant debts stemming from a deadly safety crisis.

Senate Panel Backs Wilbur Ross, Donald Trump's Pick for Commerce Secretary

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Wilbur Ross, President Donald Trump’s choice to run the Commerce Department, cleared a key test Tuesday when a Senate panel approved his nomination.

Trump Withdraws U.S. From Pacific Trade Deal

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President Trump formally pulled the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the 12-nation trade agreement negotiated by Barack Obama and championed by businesses but that fell out of favor in both political parties.

Euro and Dollar Won't Be Equals Just Yet

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The euro, far from heading toward parity with the dollar, is at a six-week high. Risk aversion is a supporting factor for the single currency.

BT's Italian Scam Is Just One of Many Problems

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British telecom giant BT Group’s Italian accounting scandal is less important than the other bombshell it dropped on investors.

Why Investors Shouldn't Go Bottom Fishing for Turkey

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The Central Bank of Turkey tightened policy, but not by enough to change the mind of bearish investors.

Google Privacy Policy Change Faces New Scrutiny in EU

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Alphabet’s search giant is facing new scrutiny of its privacy policies that could compound the company’s regulatory challenges. An altered policy allows it to build more robust user profiles to accurately target advertising.

Samsung Looks to Repair Consumer Trust

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Samsung Electronics’ apology and diagnosis of the Galaxy Note 7’s battery problems marked the company’s most concerted attempt to move past its biggest recent crisis, but concerns over product safety could continue to weigh on its brand.

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