Largest Oil Companies' Debts Hit Record High

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Some of the world’s largest energy companies are saddled with their highest debt levels ever as they struggle with low crude prices, raising worries about their ability to pay dividends and find new barrels.

Disney and Vice: Can This Romance Be Saved?

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The family-friendly entertainment conglomerate, worried about reaching young men in an era of cable-cutting, is betting big on the profane gonzo journalism of ex-punk rocker Shane Smith.

Pfizer Buys Part of AstraZeneca's Antibiotics Business

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Pfizer said the deal would boost the stable of older products it sells, some of which have lost patent protection.

U.S. LNG for China Arrives Via Panama Canal

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The first shipment of liquefied natural gas from the U.S. to China arrived this week, thanks to the recently expanded Panama Canal’s easing access to the robust Asian market for U.S. gas exporters.

Spotify in Talks Over Music Rights

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As Spotify gears up for a potential initial public offering next year, the music-streaming service is missing one key component in its pitch to investors: rights to play the music in years to come.

Tech Startups Struggle to Close Deals With IT Buyers

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Startup products and services for enterprises, while more accepted than a few years ago, still face significant resistance on the path toward revenue.

Hong Kong No Longer Top Market for Luxury Watches

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The U.S. is now the biggest market for luxury watches after sales in Hong Kong were hurt by a strong local currency and by China’s crackdown on gifting by party officials.

Tesla Unveils Electric-Car Battery With a 315-Mile Range

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Tesla Motors announced it will sell a battery capable of taking an electric car 315 miles on a charge, the first time an auto maker is providing that much electric range in a vehicle, the company said.

Meitu: Why China's Photo Phenomenon Is Out of Focus

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Meitu is looking to achieve a pricey IPO valuation for an unprofitable internet company selling inexpensive phones.

Graduate Students Can Unionize at Private Colleges, NLRB Rules

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The National Labor Relations Board ruled that Columbia University graduate students are employees under federal labor law, paving the way for graduate students at private colleges nationwide to join labor unions.

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