Aluminum Glut Dents Alcoa's Prospects

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Ahead of the Tape: Alcoa shareholders should pay close attention to what happens in Beijing.

Publishers Face Moving Target in Mobile

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The rapid shift in ad spending to mobile from desktop will prove treacherous for some digital-media publishers.

AMD's Chips Are Down Even Further

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Advanced Micro Devices’ quarterly outlook may grow dimmer after it cut a more immediate forecast.

Greeks Aren't the Only Ones Who Need Cash

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Cash may offer zero returns. But its place in investors’ portfolios is becoming more valuable as uncertainty mounts over Greece, China and U.S. interest rates.

Oracle Cuts Value of Stock-Option Grants to Top Executives

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Oracle maintained the number of stock options it granted to its three top executives in 2015, but it altered the terms of its executive pay in a way that lowered the value of those awards.

P&G Settles Suit on Puffed-Up Packaging

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Procter & Gamble has agreed to change packaging for some Olay products to settle California accusations that it misled consumers with containers that were at times much larger than the face cream inside.

U.S. Stocks Reverse Sharp Losses to End Higher

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U.S. stocks overcame sharp intraday losses to end higher Tuesday, after a rout in commodities abated and as eurozone leaders considered proposals to offer Greece emergency financing.

Home-Rental Site Xiaozhu.com's Valuation Tops $300 Million

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Chinese home-rental company Xiaozhu.com recently raised $60 million, the latest Chinese tech startup to tap investor interest in the growing “sharing” economy.

Fed Tells Santander's U.S. Unit to Shape Up

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The Federal Reserve issued a stinging lecture to Spanish bank Banco Santander SA, faulting the lender’s U.S. unit for failing to meet regulators’ standards on a range of basic business operations.

Twelve Nations Set Pacific Trade Deal Gathering

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The Obama administration will host a high-level trade meeting in late July in an effort to conclude a sweeping Pacific trade pact, after winning key legislation in Congress last month to expedite U.S. approval.

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