Strong Yen Could Further Damp Japan Corporate Earnings Outlook

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Major Japanese firms will this week release results for the April-June period in which the yen strengthened more than 8% against the U.S. dollar.

Vedanta-Cairn: An Energy Deal With Just Enough Spark

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Vedanta’s sweetened terms to buy out subsidiary Cairn India aren’t exactly rich—but may be good enough for minority investors to accept.

Tesla Races to Finish 'Gigafactory' in Time for Model 3 Rollout

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Tesla is scrambling to finish building its massive $5 billion battery factory to meet demand for its coming cheaper sedan and provide power for new types of vehicles CEO Elon Musk says are under development.

Rank and 888 Eye Merger With William Hill

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The two smaller firms haven't made a formal offer for the $3.5 billion bookmaker, and it sounds skeptical but says it will listen to a proposal.

Ryanair Posts 4% Profit Rise, Sticks With Forecasts

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Ryanair stuck to its earnings target for the year after first-quarter profit rose 4%—bucking a trend for European carriers, whose earnings have been hit by shocks including terrorist attacks, air-traffic-control strikes and Brexit.

Ericsson Chief Departs After Profit Plunge

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Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg is stepping down as the Swedish telecom-equipment maker struggles with slowing demand and fierce competition.

Car-Sharing Industry Is Loaded Down by Taxes

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As more Americans go car-free, cities are increasing taxes on the car-sharing industry but not ride-hailing, according to research by DePaul University into the competitive landscape of the fledgling industries.

Global Economy Week Ahead: Fed and BOJ Decisions, Eurozone GDP

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It will be a big week in monetary policy as the U.S. Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan announce their latest monetary moves and Brazil’s central bank unveils the minutes from its first policy decision under its new governor.

Debate Over U.S. Debt Changes Tone

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A debate about whether the U.S.’s borrowing capacity has gone up—and how the nation might take advantage of it—has replaced the fights of yesteryear over the urgency of a “grand bargain” to slash the debt.

Tesla: Not a Moment to Lose

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A changing world means Tesla Motors can no longer afford production delays.

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