Uber Looks to Rev Up in Japan

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Uber plans to ramp up its business in Japan, a wealthy country full of potential customers, even though its core ride-hailing service is barred from the country.

China's Richest Man Makes His Move on Hollywood

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Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda is on a push to extend Chinese cultural influence through movie production, cinemas and theme parks; a $1 billion bid for Dick Clark Productions.

Why Fear of a Deutsche Bank Bailout Is Wide of the Mark

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The amount of money Deutsche Bank would have to lose even to hit its first line of defense is huge.

'Deepwater Horizon' Film Poses Fresh Woes for BP

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The new movie, a $100 million-plus production from Lions Gate, doesn’t shy away from unflattering portrayals of BP executives, who are depicted as more concerned about budgets and schedules than safety.

AT&T CEO Calls for Dialogue on Racial Tensions

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In a speech to hundreds of employees, AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Randall Stephenson talked about how racial tensions are ripping apart \communities and urged employees to begin a conversation to find common ground.

Gilead's Growth Tonic Is Elusive, May Have Side Effects

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The biotech company’s deliberate approach to deal making has frustrated investors, but it could still pay off.

U.S. Consumer Spending Flat in August

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U.S. consumers tapped the brakes in August, signaling slower but sustained growth for a key pillar of the economy.

Consumer Sentiment Climbs in September

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A gauge of U.S. consumer confidence—the University of Michigan consumer sentiment index—rose in September, suggesting households are feeling fairly good about the economy this fall.

Obama Administration Imposes New Requirements on Pay Data, Sick Leave

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The Obama administration on Thursday completed new requirements on business to provide employee pay data by gender and race and for federal contractors to offer paid sick days.

Europe's Rising Inflation Little More Than Energy Jolt

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Inflation is finally rising in the eurozone. But the European Central Bank can’t take much of the credit. All the movement is in energy prices.

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