Verizon Revenue, Subscriber Growth Decline

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Verizon Communications Inc. reported its first decline in quarterly revenue in six years amid sluggish subscriber growth, underscoring why the nation’s biggest wireless carrier is seeking new sources of revenue through acquisitions like Yahoo Inc.

Why Sand Is the Oil Industry's Bellwether

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Sand miners have rebounded, bolstering evidence that fracking and the oil and gas market have bottomed.

Job-Hopping Executives No Longer Pay a Penalty

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The stigma of job hopping, moving from job to job every few years, is starting to fade as companies seek high-level hires with multiple recent employers.

'Pokémon Go' May Leave Rivals Hunting for Gamers' Attention

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“Pokémon Go” has caught the attention of tens of millions of mobile gamers. It is likely catching a share of their spending on rivals’ games, too, analysts say.

Brexit Adds to Risks for Britain's Former Phone Monopoly

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BT Group’s status as Europe’s strongest big telecom group is under threat—whatever settlement it agrees with the U.K. regulator.

U.S. Consumer Confidence Virtually Unchanged for July

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A gauge of U.S. consumer confidence edged lower, but was relatively unchanged in July, a sign consumer spending could continue to support the U.S. economy over the second half of the year.

After Yahoo, Mayer May Have to Wait for Another CEO Gig

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Marissa Mayer is young enough to lead another company if she leaves Yahoo after its sale to Verizon, but experts say it is tough to rebound from a rookie reign many see as pocked by managerial missteps.

New-Home Sales Posted Solid Gain in First Half

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Sales of newly built homes rose at a solid pace in the first half of 2016, offering fresh evidence of healthy momentum in the U.S. housing market as home-buyers enjoy low interest rates.

5 Things 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.

Why Investors Are Too Wary of Some Brexit Blows

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Virgin Money may be too optimistic in its outlook, but investor pessimism is also overdone.

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