Aircraft Sales Boosted U.S. Durable-Goods Orders in January

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Orders for long-lasting factory goods climbed last month due to purchases of military and civilian aircraft, overshadowing a weak start to 2017 for business investment in new equipment.

Indian Workers in U.S. Fear a Trump H-1B Crackdown

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President Donald Trump’s plan to re-examine a range of visa programs to protect American jobs has many Indian engineers and computer scientists employed by U.S. tech companies putting life plans on hold and questioning career decisions.

YouTube Exceeds 1 Billion Hours of Video a Day

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YouTube viewers world-wide are now watching more than 1 billion hours of videos a day, a milestone fueled by the Google unit’s aggressive embrace of artificial intelligence to recommend videos.

Hertz Swings to Loss on Impairment Charges

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Hertz Global Holdings Inc. reported a loss in 2016 as it booked more than $254 million in charges amid continued weakness in its car-rental business.

Do Nokia, BlackBerry Still Pack a Punch?

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Licensing partners hope the answer is yes as they roll out new phones bearing the respected names at the Mobile World Congress.

Johnson & Johnson Prescription Unit List Prices Rose 8.5% Last Year

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Johnson & Johnson said it raised the list price of its prescription medicines by an average of 8.5% last year—and 3.5% after discounts—in the health-products company’s first effort to address criticism about the high cost of medicines by opening up about its drug-pricing practices.

Auto Makers Knew Takata Air Bags Were Dangerous, Plaintiffs Allege

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Car companies for years equipped millions of vehicles with rupture-prone Takata air bags to save money despite knowledge the devices could endanger motorists, plaintiffs’ lawyers alleged in court documents.

Two Retailers, One Big Worry

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Target and Best Buy are moving in opposite directions, but they both have reason to fear a border tax.

The World's Most Radical Experiment in Monetary Policy Isn't Working

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A generation of Japanese have grown accustomed to falling prices. That’s presented a seemingly impassable obstacle to the central bank, whose negative interest rates and other stimulus policies were supposed to spur wage and price increases.

Samsung's Latest Crack at Windows

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Tablet sales have been falling, but Surface has proved demand for business-focused devices.

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