FDA Approves Amgen's Cholesterol Drug

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The FDA approved Amgen’s cholesterol-lowering drug on Thursday, teeing up a rivalry with a similar treatment that was approved just weeks earlier.

Southern California Ports to Try Trucking Appointment System

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The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will require trucks to stick to a schedule when picking up containers, the latest proposal to fight congestion.

Dole Executives Ordered to Pay $148 Million in Buyout Suit

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A Delaware judge ordered Dole Food’s chief executive and a former official to pay shareholders $148 million, ruling that CEO David Murdock’s 2013 buyout undervalued the fruit grower.

From $21.5 Billion to $4.4 Billion in 18 Months

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Market turmoil in China has further derailed the money-management industry’s flagship effort to bring more-sophisticated—and riskier—investment strategies to small investors.

Bouygues Gains Don't Equal French Telecoms Revival

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Bouygues is expanding its customer base, but top-line growth still proves elusive.

Fed Urged Not to Waver on Rate Rise

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After months of forewarning by the Federal Reserve that it is preparing to raise short-term interest rates, some international officials have a message: Get on with it already.

Fed Urged Not to Waver on Rate Rise

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After months of forewarning by the Federal Reserve that it is preparing to raise short-term interest rates, some international officials have a message: Get on with it already.

Standard Chartered's Puzzling Currency Questions

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Asian currencies are the new threat to the emerging markets lender.

China's Oil Giants Don't Fit Into Cheap-Oil World

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PetroChina, Sinopec and Cnooc’s latest results show China’s oil giants are still spending too much.

Mitsubishi Corp. to Take Strategic Stake in Olam International

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Japanese conglomerate Mitsubishi Corp. will take a strategic stake in Singapore-listed commodities trader Olam International Ltd. for the equivalent of $1.1 billion, the latest move by growth-hungry Japanese firms looking for opportunities beyond their home market.

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