Trump Says He Would Replace Yellen

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Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, said on CNBC he would “most likely” replace Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen if elected.

Cumulus CEO Aims to Revive Radio Broadcaster

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Cumulus Media’s new chief executive, Mary Berner, is working hard to change the corporate culture at the radio broadcaster, which is battling declining revenue and struggling with $2.5 billion in debt that starts coming due in three years.

How MetLife and AIG Can Make Up for Hedge-Fund Losses

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Insurers, suffering from low rates and hedge-fund losses, have no choice but to keep cutting costs.

The Truth About Fannie Mae's Dividend

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Recent quarterly results show that the original 10% dividend really was unsustainable.

Energy Transfer Could Soar If It Plays Nice With Williams

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Energy Transfer would love to get out of its merger with Williams. If it takes a gentler approach, its shares could gain.

Valeant Forms Committee to Determine Drug Prices

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Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc., which has come under heavy fire from politicians because of dramatic price increases for its drugs, said it had formed a committee that will be responsible for those prices going forward.

Apple, SAP to Cooperate on Workplace Apps

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Apple Inc. and SAP SE said they would cooperate to help developers create iPad and iPhone apps tapping the German software giant’s database services and analytics.

Biotech Drug Knockoffs Bring Paltry Savings

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Price increases of brand-name biotech drugs are diminishing expected savings from rival versions, called biosimilars, adding to pressure on overall health costs.

Why Investment May Have Further to Rise at BT

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For all of BT’s eye-catching pledges, investment looks low by European standards.

U.S. Jobless Claims Rose, but Still at Historically Low Levels

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The number of Americans filing for new unemployment benefits jumped for the second week running but remained at a low level consistent with a strengthening job market.

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