'Therapeutic' Approach to Financial Planning

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Financial planners are borrowing techniques from psychologists to help clients get in touch with the often messy feelings behind their relationships with money.

UPS to Buy Coyote Logistics for $1.8 Billion

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UPS said it agreed to buy shipping-services provider Coyote Logistics for $1.8 billion as delivery giants seek new ways to grow in a rapidly changing global economic and technological environment.

Pain Worsens for Oil Giants

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Exxon Mobil and Chevron reported their worst profits from pumping oil and natural gas in more than a decade as low crude prices lopped off billions of dollars from their quarterly haul.

As Fed Move Nears, Traders Obsess Over Data

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Traders are scouring once-overlooked economic data for clues to the timing of the Federal Reserve’s first interest rate rise in years.

Former FAA Consultant Claims Agency Failed to Act on SpaceShip Two Warnings

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FAA officials repeatedly failed to act on safety warnings about an experimental rocket ship backed by billionaire British entrepreneur Richard Branson that crashed in 2014, according to a former agency consultant.

Athens Is Lifting Stock-Trading Halt

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Trading in Greek stocks will resume Monday on the Athex exchange, ending a more than monthlong closure during which the country struggled to avoid an exit from the eurozone.

Crumbling Roads Put a Dent in Drivers' Wallets

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The deteriorating state of the nation’s highways is adding to auto maintenance costs across the country.

Relativity Media's Bankruptcy Filing Ripples Beyond Hollywood

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Relativity Media isn’t the first independent studio that ended up in bankruptcy. But it is the first that could cause problems for NBA stars, college students and a probiotic soda in the process.

U.S. Labor Costs Rise at Slowest Pace in Three Decades

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U.S. labor costs rose at the slowest pace in at least three decades in the spring, a sign of persistently sluggish wage growth that could weigh on the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise short-term interest rates.

U.S. Labor Costs Rise at Slowest Pace in Three Decades

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U.S. labor costs rose at the slowest pace in at least three decades in the spring, a sign of persistently sluggish wage growth that could weigh on the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise short-term interest rates.

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