Etihad CEO Hogan to Leave

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Abu Dhabi said it would review the strategy of Etihad Aviation Group and announced the departure of its architect, Chief Executive James Hogan, the latest sign weak oil prices are exposed state-owned Middle East carriers to belt tightening.

Auto Industry's No. 1 Preoccupation: Trump

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President Donald Trump’s tweets put Big Three car makers on the defensive about their commitment to U.S. jobs and investment. Their response shows the extent to which companies are factoring his criticism into decisions.

Philips Returns to Profit

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Royal Philips returned to a net profit in the fourth quarter as the Dutch health-technology and consumer-products maker reported a pickup in sales but said it sees “elevated uncertainty” in its markets.

Yahoo Sees Verizon Deal Taking Longer Than Expected

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Yahoo, subject of two huge data breaches that have cast a shadow over its deal with Verizon Communications Inc., pushed back its expected closing date for the transaction, citing “work required to meet closing conditions.”

Trump Withdraws U.S. From Pacific Trade Deal

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President Trump formally pulled the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the 12-nation trade agreement negotiated by Barack Obama and championed by businesses but that fell out of favor in both political parties.

Federal Judge Blocks Aetna-Humana Merger on Antitrust Grounds

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A federal judge Monday blocked the proposed merger of health insurers Aetna and Humana on antitrust grounds, a potentially fatal legal blow to the $34 billion deal.

Big Telecoms Keep Investors on Hold

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A saturated wireless market has hindered giants Verizon Communications and AT&T even as competition from smaller rivals exerts a drag on subscriber and revenue growth. The carriers’ earnings reports this week are unlikely to offer much encouragement.

Samsung Profit Growth Driven by Component Sales

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The South Korean tech company recorded its highest operating profit in more than three years, as booming sales of components helped it shrug off last year’s massive Galaxy Note 7 recall.

Halliburton's Rebound Isn't Good Enough

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Halliburton’s results benefited from a sharp recovery in shale oil production, but it may have been too little for investors.

Apple Takes a Bite Out of Qualcomm

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The timing of la lawsuit throws completion of the NXP Semiconductors deal into question, along with future royalties.

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