Ten Years of Airbus's A380, but Demand Is Soft

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Airbus on Monday celebrates the 10-year anniversary of the A380 superjumbo’s first flight. But the European plane maker has struggled to win sales for its flagship plane.

Drug Companies Jack Up Prices

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Pharmaceutical companies such as Valeant are buying drugs that they see as undervalued, then raising the prices.

Apple Runs Up Against Its Own Success

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Ahead of the Tape: Apple may manage another iPhone surprise, but the hurdle is getting higher.

A Star in Nasdaq Boom, ETF Now Looks Square

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Nasdaq stocks are back at record levels, but investors are abandoning the Qubes, a once red-hot ETF that tracks the Nasdaq-100 stocks.

'Flash Crash' Investigators Likely Missed Clues

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Investigators overlooked evidence that could have enabled them to uncover the strategies of the trader accused of helping cause the selloff, according to members of a committee that oversaw the probe.

Oil-Fund Outflows Bode Ill for Prices

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Money is pouring out of a popular investment tied to the oil market, a sign that a monthlong crude-price rally may be running out of gas.

Why Coding Is Your Child's Key to Unlocking Future

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Keywords: Computer programing is a skill uniquely suited to training children how to solve problems and to express themselves, and many educators think it should be part of the basic curriculum, even for grade schoolers.

Yahoo, Katie Couric Tweak the Recipe

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Katie Couric’s new job at Yahoo is still a work in progress, but the website says it is harnessing social media to give her interviews mileage. As such, Ms. Couric will be one of the stars at Yahoo’s “NewFront” event for advertisers in New York on Monday.

P&G Joins Movement to Cut Ad Costs

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The world’s largest advertiser plans deep cuts in the number of ad agencies it works with in hopes of big savings on fees.

China's Growth Is Mystery; Economists Weigh Clues

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The official first-quarter GDP growth of 7% is overstated, experts agree, but pinning down the real number is a head-scratcher.

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