American Airlines Rolls Out First of its 'Basic Economy' Cheaper Tickets

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American Airlines Group Inc., following a commitment it made in January following months of planning, said it has made available for sale cheaper economy-class fare options that come with passenger restrictions on 10 domestic routes.

President Trump Will Be Able to Recast the Fed by Filling Vacancies

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President Donald Trump will be able to recast the Federal Reserve by filling three or more vacancies on its seven-member board of governors, and is leaning toward candidates with banking and financial world experience rather than academic economists.

Verizon and Yahoo Agree to New Terms Following Breaches

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Verizon revised terms to buy Yahoo’s internet business, shaving $350 million off the $4.83 billion price and setting a plan to share future costs arising from past data breaches. A look at why Verizon felt compelled to proceed.

Tiffany to Add Board Members in Deal with Jana

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Tiffany & Co. and activist investors reached a deal to add board members and oversee the jewelry company’s search for a new chief executive.

Samsung Heir, Seeking to Modernize Opaque Culture, Instead Faces Scandal

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Lee Jae-yong took the South Korean conglomerate’s reins vowing to reshape it along Silicon Valley lines. Now a corruption probe has dragged him in, raising the biggest doubts yet about whether he has ushered the corporate giant into a new era.

Mall Landlords' Next Act: Apartments and Concerts

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As they sell noncore assets, mall landlords are dipping their toes into luxury residential buildings, organizing events and investing in new technologies to engage with consumers.

Economy Up, Stocks Down? Don't Be Surprised

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Investors bullish about a Trump capital expenditure boom must realize that buybacks, one of the bull market’s drivers, may suffer.

White House Weighs Change in Trade Deficit Calculation

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The shift on counting exports would make the U.S. trade gap appear larger than it had in past years, which could give the administration ammunition in arguing that trade deals need to be renegotiated.

In Refugees, Companies Find a Talent Pool---and Training Challenges

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Refugees have become an important source of labor for some companies, but employers find they need to offer support services including translation, tips for navigating new homes and lives, and training in American-style management techniques.

HSBC Feels Chill Wind From Trump on Trade

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For a bank that says it generates nearly half its revenue from business that crosses international borders, protectionism and populism are clearly a threat.

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