Pfizer Throws Out Plan to Split Into Two Companies

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Pfizer said it would remain a single company, deciding not to split into one business focused on patent-protected drugs and another on cash-rich older products.

Disney Considers Offer for Twitter

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Walt Disney on Monday emerged as another potential bidder for Twitter Inc., the struggling social-media service, people familiar with the matter said.

More Than Money at Stake in Tesla's SolarCity Deal

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Weighing Tesla’s merger offer for SolarCity means separating what can and can’t be measured.

Germany's Industrial Heartland Pinched by Engineering Shortage

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Germany’s vaunted industrial and machinery companies that are the core of the nation’s export might are making a transition to cyberspace as a shortage of skilled engineers threatens to undermine that shift.

China's Wanda Group in Talks to Acquire Dick Clark Productions

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Billionaire Wang Jianlin is in discussions to acquire control of Dick Clark Productions at a valuation of up to $1 billion through his Dalian Wanda Group Co., according to people with knowledge of the situation.

Nike Earnings: What to Watch

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Nike will report fiscal 2017 first-quarter financial results on Tuesday. Here is what you need to know.

76ers Take a Shot at Competitive Videogaming

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The National Basketball Association’s Philadelphia 76ers on Monday became the first organization among the four major U.S. sports leagues to invest in teams that compete at videogames, a hot area attracting major advertisers and talent with ties to traditional sports.

U.S. New-Home Sales Fell 7.6% in August

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Sales of newly built homes pulled back in August after surging the prior month, though the broader trend showed solid momentum in the market for single-family houses.

Fiscal Constraints Await the Next President

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Whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton wins in November, they will enjoy far less latitude to spend money or cut taxes than any president since World War II.

Don't Be Fooled by Lull in U.K.'s Supermarket Storm

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Signs of growth this month probably don’t signal an end to the price wars between Britain’s grocers—not least because of Wal-Mart.

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