Retrial of Former Dewey Leaders to Start

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A new trial is slated to begin Monday in a financial fraud case brought against defunct New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf’s executives, a year and a half after an earlier attempt to place criminal blame on the one-time leaders ended in a mistrial.

Sprint to Buy 33% of Jay Z's Tidal Music Service

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Sprint Corp. will buy one-third of Tidal, the streaming-music service run by rap mogul Jay Z, the latest content deal secured by a network provider.

Technology's Long-Term Toll on the Middle Class

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The ‘fourth industrial revolution,’ marked by rapid innovation in automation, artificial intelligence and other areas, will cause income inequality. But tech can also solve it, writes Christopher Mims.

McDonald's Same-Store Sales Soft in U.S., but Still Strong Globally

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McDonald’s posted better-than-expected global same-store sales in the latest quarter, but its results in the U.S. declined as enthusiasm for its all-day breakfast options leveled off.

Euro and Dollar Won't Be Equals Just Yet

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The euro, far from heading toward parity with the dollar, is at a six-week high. Risk aversion is a supporting factor for the single currency.

Yahoo Earnings: What to Watch

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Yahoo Inc. is scheduled to announce its fourth-quarter earnings after the market closes Monday. Investors are waiting to see how the latest hacking disclosure will affect Yahoo’s user trends.

AMC to Buy Nordic Cinema

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Theater operator AMC Entertainment has reached a deal to buy Stockholm-based Nordic Cinema for $929 million, the latest move by AMC to broaden its reach in the U.S. and Europe.

Why Samsung's Battery Fix Gets a Grade C, For Now

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After its two Note 7 recalls, Samsung’s work on re-establishing trust with consumers and bringing changes to the industry is still incomplete, write Geoffrey A. Fowler and Joanna Stern.

United Airlines Says Flight Problem Resolved

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United Continental Holdings Inc. had a computer issue Sunday evening that caused it to ask the Federal Aviation Administration to put into effect a “ground stop” for its arriving and departing flights.

Yahoo Faces SEC Probe Over Data Breaches

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U.S. authorities are investigating whether Yahoo’s two massive data breaches should have been reported sooner to investors, according to people familiar with the matter.

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