Big Spenders: Businesses on the Cusp of Capital-Spending Rebound

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Companies have been reluctant to spend, but rising stock-market optimism, labor costs and profits may be about to change that.

Fox and Sky: The Sequel May Have a Happier Ending

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After circling Sky for years, 21st Century Fox has finally pounced and it isn’t overpaying for the European pay-TV leader.

Politics and Business Don't Mix in Trump's America

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Companies and executives used to be able to air their political views, but some recent cases following Donald Trump’s election show that it can have negative consequences.

Nielsen and Foursquare Partner to Tie Digital Ads to In-Store Visits

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Measurement firm Nielsen and location data company Foursquare are teaming up to help marketers better understand when online advertising drives people into physical stores.

Goldman's Cohn Is Leading Candidate for Top White House Economic Post

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Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn is the leading candidate to serve as director of the White House National Economic Council, two Trump transition advisers said Friday, putting alums of the prominent Wall Street investment bank into the top two economic jobs of the new administration.

Italy Is Up Against the Wall With Bank Bailout

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European regulators’ rejected extension for a restructuring of Italy’s Banca Monte dei Paschi means tight deadline risks for investors.

Another Reason Wall Street Loves Trump

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The first month since Donald Trump’s election victory has seen stocks rise on hopes for stronger growth and bank shares soar in response to rising interest rates.

Retail Throw Down: Deals Pick Up As Holiday Nears

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Heard on the Street’s retail inventory experiment continues with our second visit to four bricks-and-mortar stores.

Barely Half of 30-Year-Olds Earn More Than Their Parents

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About 51% of American 30-year-olds earn more than their parents did, an enormous decline from the early 1970s and even rapid economic growth won’t do much to reverse the trend.

iPhone Screen Makers Have a Blurry Future

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The race to supply next-generation OLED screens to Apple could leave suppliers hurting.

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