How to Decode Warnings in China's Bank Stress Tests

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If China’s anonymized, sanitized stress tests show banks falling below regulatory capital minimums, the real-life vulnerabilities must be serious indeed.

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.

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.

Democrats' Economic Messages Reveal Tensions

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Headline speakers at this week’s Democratic convention are offering jarringly different visions of the state of America’s economy, revealing a tough question for Hillary Clinton to answer: How good is the economy, anyway?

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.

Analog Devices to Acquire Linear Technology for $14.8 Billion

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Analog Devices agreed to acquire fellow chip maker Linear Technology in a cash-and-stock deal worth $14.8 billion.

Apple's New Mantra: Good Enough

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The new iPhone might boost Apple’s sales, though expectations are low.

U.S. Home-Price Increases Maintained Strong Pace in May

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U.S. home prices continued rising quickly in May, according to the Case-Shiller Home Price Index, further proof that the housing market had its strongest spring since the recession.

Facebook's Rally Is Too Much of a Good Thing

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Facebook’s rally to record heights might be due for a breather.

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.

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