World Trade Set for Slowest Yearly Growth Since Global Financial Crisis

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World trade will this year grow at the slowest pace since the global financial crisis, a development that should serve as a “wake-up call” as anti-globalization sentiment builds, the World Trade Organization warned.

Presidential Debate: Financial Markets Declare Winners and Losers

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Investors offered their own grades for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump following Monday’s debate.

Big Computer Makers Cozy Up to Microsoft's Cloud

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Cloud computing has thrown computer makers into a forbidding landscape where prospective customers have incentives to rely on external service providers rather than buying hardware. But some have found a key ally in one of the biggest cloud providers, Microsoft.

Donald Trump Attacks Federal Reserve, Yellen During Debate

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump redoubled his attack on the Federal Reserve and its chairwoman, Janet Yellen, accusing the central bank of “doing political things” by keeping interest rates low.

Nike Revenue and Profit Rise

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Nike said its revenue rose 7.7% in the latest quarter as the world’s largest sportswear maker reported stronger sales in its North American business. Still, the company’s futures orders growth slowed and shares fell after hours.

Drones: DJI's Liftoff Needn't Ground GoPro

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Action-camera maker’s Karma drone can still find a niche in the fast-expanding market.

U.S. Shale Firms Survive Oil Slump

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Many U.S. companies that revolutionized the oil and gas business with hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling are surviving the prolonged oil-price slump unbowed.

Ford Fights Back Against Trump Debate Claims

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Ford Motor Co. went on the defensive following the latest attacks from Donald Trump aimed at the auto maker’s big-dollar Mexico investments and production plans.

Some CEOs Retain Jobs After Mergers

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More U.S. businesses are bolstering efforts to retain top executives of acquired concerns because unwanted exits can doom a takeover.

Amazon's Newest Ambition: Competing Directly With UPS, FedEx

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To constrain rising shipping costs, the online giant Amazon.com is building its own delivery operation, showing the extent of its ambition and also setting up a clash with the company’s shipping partners.

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