SIG Sauer Wins Huge Army Handgun Deal

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The Pentagon said Thursday that SIG Sauer had won a $580 million contract to supply the U.S. Army with new handguns, ending a long-running contest that had attracted fierce criticism from a senior military chief.

Uber to Pay $20 Million to Settle FTC Charges

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Uber Technologies agreed Thursday to pay $20 million to resolve Federal Trade Commission allegations that it misled drivers about potential earnings and vehicle financing.

Mnuchin Hearing Does Little to Clear Trump Fog of Uncertainty

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Steven Mnuchin backed away from some of the more extreme policies suggested by president-elect Donald Trump, but the nominee for Treasury secretary also was vague on major areas of economic policy.

The Trump Factor in Job Pledges: Analyzing the Numbers

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A dozen major companies have touted the creation of about 130,000 U.S. jobs since Donald Trump was elected president, vowing to keep jobs in America. How many of those come from Mr. Trump’s pressure and how many were already planned is harder to determine.

U.S. Regulators Close Tesla Autopilot Probe

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U.S. regulators closed a probe of a fatal crash involving a Tesla Motors Inc. car driving itself, concluding the Silicon Valley auto maker’s semi-automated technology didn’t contain a safety defect.

PTC's Revenue Puzzle Still Unsolved

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Software maker PTC says its transition to a subscription model will generate more value, but its balance sheet has yet to show evidence of that.

CSX's New Engineer Could Work Wonders; Sell the Shares Anyway

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Canadian Pacific boss Hunter Harrison has an amazing record and could add serious value to CSX, but shareholders would be wise to lock in recent gains.

How to Place Your Chips on Electric Cars

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German chip maker Infineon has a stake in the car of the future, whoever makes it.

Economic Tests Await Trump

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President-elect Donald Trump inherits an economy in much stronger shape than at either of the past two inaugurations, but major questions loom over how he can boost productivity and deliver on his growth promises.

Some Bankers Get Sweeteners for Their Donuts

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Deutsche Bank will slash bonuses for 2016, but rivals will struggle to follow suit.

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