Deutsche Bank Shares Soar

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Shares in Deutsche Bank rose 14% following news that the German lender is considering buying back some of its debt.

Uber Gears Up for French Court Battle

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Two top executives at Uber will face criminal charges in France on Thursday, in an emblematic battle for the car hailing company in a market that is one of its biggest but also one of its most fraught.

Time Warner Beats Estimates; Outlook Solid

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Time Warner Inc. offered an upbeat forecast for the year after topping earnings expectations in its fourth quarter, thanks to lower costs and continued gains in its HBO segment.

Staples and Office Depot Merger Gets EU Approval

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Staples said that it got EU approval to buy Office Depot, as the merger of office supply giants continues to face pushback from U.S. antitrust regulators.

Economic Tumult to Color Janet Yellen's House Testimony

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When Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen speaks to House lawmakers Wednesday, she’ll assess a mixed economic landscape that has made officials more cautious about raising interest rates again next month.

Economic Tumult to Color Janet Yellen's House Testimony

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When Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen speaks to House lawmakers Wednesday, she’ll assess a mixed economic landscape that has made officials more cautious about raising interest rates again next month.

Carlyle Swings to Loss, to Repurchase Stock

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Carlyle Group swung to a fourth-quarter loss, partly because of a litigation reserve, and joined other private-equity firms in planning to buy back its stock.

Stocks Bounce Back After Market Selloff; Asia Stumbles

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Global stocks staged a partial recovery as investors bought up recently hit banking shares in Europe, while Asian markets continued to fall.

New Threat for Oil Prices

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Another economic force weighing on global oil prices could result from shifting flows.

Chip Designer ARM Holdings' Shares Fall

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Chip designer ARM Holdings has fanned concerns about how fast and how profitable its growth will be given less vibrant demand for smartphones, sending its shares lower despite sturdy fourth-quarter earnings.

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