Awaiting an Uptick in Pork Demand

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Hog prices are rebounding from six-month lows, as investors anticipate demand for pork chops and bacon will pick up soon.

Can the New York Stock Exchange Be Saved?

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The NYSE's new owners have launched a bruising, top-to-bottom renovation that includes shrinking the company and reshaping its culture.

Compuware Nears Deal to Sell Itself

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Compuware Corp. is nearing a deal to sell itself, according to people familiar with the matter. The Detroit-based software developer is in advanced talks with a private-equity buyer, one of the people said.

Goldman Made Loan to Espírito Santo Before Bank Collapse

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As Portuguese lender Banco Espírito Santo neared collapse this summer, it found a Wall Street ally to help it raise badly needed funds: Goldman Sachs Group.

NTT Makes Renewed Overseas Push

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More than a decade after a disastrous foray abroad, Japan's biggest telecom group, NTT, is trying to grow overseas again.

China Gives Microsoft Deadline

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China has given Microsoft 20 days to provide a written explanation of what was described as problems with compatibility and bundling, adding pressure on the company amid an antitrust investigation.

Firms Use Charitable Programs as a Recruiting Tool

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Chief financial officers are finding that giving away money, time and products to charitable causes is a good way to attract young talent.

Rolls-Royce May Lose Exclusive Engine Deal on Osprey

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Rolls-Royce may lose its role as sole engine provider for the Pentagon's V-22 aircraft, as the U.S. military explores ways to cut costs.

Tech's Young Guns Embrace Old Ways

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Business-software startups love to criticize the establishment, but they also enjoy borrowing from the old timers' playbook.That strategy will be on show at BoxWorks, the annual gathering for customers and allies of Box.

Obama Renews Call to Increase Pay Floor

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The White House and union leaders used the Labor Day weekend to reinvigorate efforts to raise the minimum wage.

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