Macau Gambling Revenue Falls for 13th Straight Month

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Anticorruption measures and visa policies are among the factors blamed for the dramatic slump in the Chinese casino hub.

Hedge Funds Keep Greek Exposure Low

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By the time Greece decided over the weekend to keep its banks and stock market shut this week, few hedge funds had much direct exposure to the country.

Brookfield Eyes $6.8 Billion Takeover of Australia's Asciano

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Australian port-and-rail operator Asciano received a $6.8 billion offer from Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L.P. that would, if successful, be one of Asia’s biggest takeover deals so far this year.

Airports Commission Backs Third Heathrow Runway

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London Heathrow airport has won the backing of a government-appointed panel for a third runway to address a looming runway capacity shortage that has threatened to stifle Europe’s biggest market for trans-Atlantic flights.

Willis-Towers Watson: A Merger of Equals---Not Exactly

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When Willis Group Holdings and Towers Watson announced plans to form an $18 billion global professional-services firm, they billed it as a merger of equals. But their investors don’t see it that way.

No Easy Way Forward for Markets

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The stock market has shifted to neutral, and investors don’t expect the rest of 2015 to be a joy ride.

Companies, Business Groups Blast Overtime Proposal

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Companies and business groups warned that a White House proposal to expand eligibility for overtime pay would curtail work hours and dent job growth as employers try to work around it to control costs.

The Office Pet Is a Pig. No, Really

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As many offices adopt dog-friendly policies, owners of less common pets, such as snakes and parakeets, have begun crowing for their share.

Office Market Is on a Slow Roll

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Employers took on 8.2 million square feet of additional office space in the second quarter, one of the stronger periods since the recession but a relatively tepid expansion by historical standards.

Celgene Shoots for Moon With Juno

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Celgene’s new partnership with Juno is expensive, but the risk is well-considered.

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