Volkswagen Posts Rise in 2014 Profit

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Volkswagen reported a 19.6% increase in net profit for 2014, but warned against gathering economic turbulence that could batter the automotive industry in 2015.

'Feeling Certain' and Other Mistakes That Trip Up Investors

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A surging stock market makes investors feel smart. With the S&P 500 near an all-time high, pay heed to the many ways you can go wrong.

A Better Way to Tap Home Equity?

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More lenders are offering home-equity lines of credit, or Helocs, on which the interest rate is fixed for an initial period.

Protect Yourself From Tax Identity Theft

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Hackers are using stolen identities to commit tax refund fraud. Here are moves to limit the risk—and steps to take if you’re a victim.

Blackstone CEO Took Home $690 Million In 2014

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Blackstone Group co-founder and CEO Stephen Schwarzman took home about $690 million in dividends, compensation and fund payouts for 2014, a nearly 50% increase from 2013.

Movie-Ticket Sales Set for Banner Year

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Solid early returns for ‘American Sniper’ and ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ and solid lineup of blockbusters like ‘Furious 7’ and a new ‘Star Wars’ have analysts predicting that 2015 will be a banner year for America’s cinemas.

Former AIG CEO Benmosche Dies

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Robert Benmosche, who brought insurance giant AIG back from the brink of bankruptcy and led it to repay its historic bailout, died Friday at age 70 after a five-year battle with lung cancer.

Bombardier Completes First Flight of Key Jet

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Canadian jet maker Bombardier completed the first flight of a jet that it hopes will anchor its future as a commercial aircraft manufacturer and raised new cash to help carry out its programs.

Weight Watchers Shares Hit Record Low

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Weight Watchers shares fell to a record low a day after a dismal earnings report in which executives conceded that a massive turnaround effort will take longer than expected.

Lenovo Offers Free Antivirus Software

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Lenovo will offer customers free antivirus software and cut down on preloaded software on future personal computers in response to criticism for preloading its consumer laptops with adware called Superfish.

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