How to Fire Your Financial Adviser

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Weekend Investor: Cutting ties with someone who has helped you navigate tough financial issues can be difficult. Here's how to go about it.

U.S. Utilities Push Electric Cars

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Companies that sell electricity are desperately trying to find new ways to sell more kilowatts. Enticing Americans to adopt electric cars would give utilities' profits a jolt.

Tesla Adding Charging Stations in China

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Electric-car maker Tesla Motors struck a deal to with China Unicom, a Beijing-based wireless phone provider, to expand its network of charging stations in China.

Telefónica Eyes Deal by Mid-2015

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Spanish telecommunications company Telefónica said it expects to complete the $9.82 billion acquisition of Vivendi's Brazilian unit, GVT, by mid-2015.

National Australia Bank to Sell Great Western Stake in IPO

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National Australia Bank plans to exit its U.S. banking business as it focuses on its home markets, initially selling a minority stake in Great Western Bank via an initial public offering.

National Australia Bank to Sell Great Western Stake in IPO

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National Australia Bank plans to exit its U.S. banking business as it focuses on its home markets, initially selling a minority stake in Great Western Bank via an initial public offering.

Cocoa Slips From Highs

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Cocoa prices fell from a nearly three-year high on Friday, after an industry group forecast a sharp rise in production of the key chocolate ingredient.

A+E Near Deal to Buy Vice Media Stake for $250 Million

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A+E Networks is nearing agreement to buy 10% of Vice Media for $250 million, in a deal that would value the youth-focused online media company at $2.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Angry Birds Chief to Step Down

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Finland's Angry Birds maker Rovio Entertainment has been struggling to refresh its lineup and change its revenue model.

Apple's New Whiz Kids

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Apple and Google are providing scholarships and developers kits to software coders as young as 13 years old, looking to land whiz kids interested in writing apps for their smartphones and tablet computers.

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