Activision Earnings: Why This Stock Isn't Played Out

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Stock in videogame publisher Activision is paying dearly for a rare earnings miss. But it can level up from here.

Energy Shares Outperform Consumer Stocks

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Energy shares are faring better than consumer stocks this year, marking a reversal of fortune in the S&P 500.

Victoria's Secret CEO Sharen Turney Resigns

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L Brands Inc. said Friday that Victoria’s Secret Chief Executive Sharen Turney would resign and her responsibilities would be taken over by L Brands CEO Leslie Wexner.

U.S. Shoppers Boosted Spending in January (and December)

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U.S. consumers boosted their spending during the year’s first month, and finished 2015 on a stronger note than first thought, the latest sign of low unemployment and cheap gasoline outweighing concerns about market turmoil.

The Big Beneficiary of Negative Rates: Gold

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Investors are piling into gold, seeking shelter amid concerns that a turn toward negative interest rates in some countries is threatening to destabilize the global financial system.

Some U.S. Banks Face Potential Fines as Libor Probe Ends

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American banks have so far escaped the billions of dollars in fines that have been levied by U.S. and British regulators leading a global seven-year probe into interest-rate rigging. That is likely to change.

Kohl's Eliminates Three Senior Leadership Positions

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Kohl’s has eliminated three senior leadership positions at a time when the department-store chain is battling sluggish sales and a depressed share price.

Rolls-Royce Cuts Dividend as Profit Falls

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Rolls-Royce has slashed its full-year dividend 39%, the first cut in its shareholder payment since 1992, though investors embraced the lack of further bad news prompting shares to rise more than 12%.

Deutsche Bank to Buy Back $5.4 Billion in Debt

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The move is designed to bolster investor confidence in the German lender’s finances and in the value of its securities.

French Prosecutors Don't Seek Prison Time for Uber Executives in Trial

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French prosecutors asked a court to slap two top executives with fines and a ban on running companies but declined to ask for prison time during the second day of a symbolic trial against the car-hailing company.

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