In China, Local Rivals Takes Bite Out of Apple's Revenue

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Apple has a China problem, and it may only worsen as Chinese smartphone makers offer better products and appeal to consumers to buy homegrown hardware.

How to Decode Warnings in China's Bank Stress Tests

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If China’s anonymized, sanitized stress tests show banks falling below regulatory capital minimums, the real-life vulnerabilities must be serious indeed.

Line Posts Profit in First Report Since IPO

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It was the first quarterly earnings report since the operator of the popular messaging app raised $1.26 billion in the biggest technology initial public offering so far this year.

Comcast Revenue Tops Estimates as Video Subscriber Losses Improve

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Comcast reported better-than-expected financial results and limited the loss of cable customers, despite the pressure from cord-cutting and cheaper streaming options.

Anthem Beats Views, Raises Outlook

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Anthem boosted its revenue guidance for the year as results in the most recent quarter topped expectations, benefiting from continued strength in the health insurer’s government-business segments.

What to Watch at the Fed Meeting

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Federal Reserve officials are virtually certain to leave interest rates unchanged at their meeting that wraps up Wednesday, but their policy statement will be scrutinized for any clues to whether a September rate increase is in play.

Usain Bolt, Puma's Biggest Star Ponders Retirement

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Puma’s biggest star, the sprinter Usain Bolt, is parrying rumors he could retire as soon as the end of this summer’s Olympic Games in Brazil. For Mr. Bolt, retiring is a career issue. For Puma, it is a challenge faced by every company that taps athletes for endorsements.

Bayer Reports Higher Second-Quarter Profit, Raises Guidance

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German pharmaceuticals and chemicals company Bayer reported a 19% rise in net profit for the second quarter of 2016, while revising its forecast for the full year.

Nintendo's Future After Pokémon Fever Breaks

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Nintendo’s dismal results for last quarter further strengthen the case for the company to double down on Pokémon-style mobile games.

Airbus, FAA Spar Over Lithium Batteries

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European jet maker Airbus Group is locked in a dispute with U.S. regulators over the safety of lithium-ion batteries installed on its latest model.

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