Macy's New Chief Seeks to Reshape Ailing Retailer

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Jeff Gennette, who is taking over as CEOI of Macy’s early next year, is stepping into the role at a time of tremendous upheaval for the industry.

Why 'Brexit' Will Raise Trade Barriers

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Britain’s new trade bargain with the European Union won’t be settled for years, but investors shouldn’t bank on a maintenance of the status quo.

In 'Brexit' Vote, Britons Pick Corporate Winners and Losers

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Airlines and car makers are likely among the corporate losers if sterling’s steep drop after the U.K. vote to leave the EU is sustained. Liquor and luxury-goods companies might benefit.

Looking for 'Brexit' Bargain Stocks? Be Prepared to Dig Deep

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Bargain-hunters need creative thinking and an appetite for risk as they look through the wreckage in markets following the ‘Brexit’ vote.

Brexit: This Is Not a Drill -- Banks Get a Real-Life Stress Test

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If there wasn’t so much pain involved, investors in the biggest U.S. banks might enjoy the irony: little more than six hours after the U.S. Federal Reserve released its first round of bank ‘stress test’ results, financial firms and markets get a real-world version.

Skullcandy Agrees to Be Acquired by Incipio

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Headphones maker Skullcandy agreed to be acquired by consumer-technology provider Incipio for $177 million.

United, Attendant Union Negotiators Reach Tentative Contract Deal

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The Association of Flight Attendants union said that its negotiators reached agreement with United Continental on a tentative collective bargaining agreement.

U.S. Pushes Firms Into Iran

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The White House is pushing to ease the way for companies to complete deals with Iran, aiming to cement the nuclear agreement reached last year and make it difficult for future administrations to undo it, senior U.S. officials said.

U.S. Oil Firms Crank Up Output in Gulf of Mexico

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Oil companies are pumping more crude off the U.S. coast in the Gulf of Mexico, a surprising trend that shows the resilience of the nation’s energy industry.

VW to Pay More Than $10 Billion to Settle Emissions Claims

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Volkswagen agreed to pay more than $10 billion to settle claims from U.S. owners of diesel-powered vehicles affected by the German auto maker’s emissions-cheating scandal.

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