A Surprising Clue About Oil Prices Today

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Surging U.S. crude oil exports don’t mean that OPEC is winning, but a shift in customers would.

Crocs to Close Stores, Names New CEO Amid Sales Rout

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Crocs Inc. plans to close roughly 29% of its stores in the next two years and named a new chief executive to lead the company as it looks to reinvigorate its business.

Exxon Mobil Turns to U.S. Shale Basins for Growth

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Exxon Mobil outlined an ambitious plan to turn to prolific U.S. shale basins for growth, showcasing how the oil giant now sees American production as a key to its future.

Uber CEO: 'I Need Leadership Help' After Berating Driver on Video

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Travis Kalanick plans to seek leadership advice after a run of troubling news involving Uber, capped by an online video of him dressing down one of the ride-hailing service’s drivers.

Snap, on Cusp of IPO, Looks Set for Strong Debut

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Snap, parent of the popular disappearing-message app Snapchat, is on track to price its IPO above its target of $14-16 and could awaken the dormant tech market.

Business Schools Face Surge in Activism

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In the past year, M.B.A. students and faculty across the country have marched in protest, organized fundraisers and waded into public debates—a sharp change for what has traditionally been the quietest quad on campus.

U.S. Factory Activity Rose Briskly in February

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U.S. factory activity expanded at the fastest rate in 2½ years in February, the latest sign the economy is gaining momentum.

It Can't Be This Hard to Board a Plane

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You’re in Group One, which means your group boards fifth: Airlines can’t figure out how to get people onboard quickly and without drama, Scott McCartney writes.

Can Nintendo's Switch Balance Portable and Home Gaming?

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Games including “1-2 Switch” and “Zelda” are a blast, but without more titles and online services, Nintendo’s new Switch videogame console feels like a beta test, writes Nathan Olivarez-Giles.

U.S. GDP Advanced 1.9% in Final Quarter of 2016

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U.S. consumer spending was stronger than initially thought in the final months of 2016, though the overall economic-growth trajectory remained muted amid downward revisions for business investment and government spending.

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