Luxury Brands Push Deeper Into India

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As sales growth slows in China and other big markets, luxury-goods makers are seeking to cash in on patches of new wealth in often-unexpected parts of India, where there is a growing appetite for luxury brands.

Cheap Fuel's Benefits Are a Slow Burn

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Ahead of the Tape: Low gasoline prices haven’t spurred consumer spending, but the impact may be felt in coming months.

Google Rebuffs European Union on Antitrust Charges

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Google rebuffed the European Union’s demand that it change the way it ranks online comparison-shopping services in its search results, setting up a potentially drawn-out legal battle.

How Do You Short China?

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Traders are scouring stock, bond and currency markets for ways to make money on the malaise afflicting China. Some are piling into insurance-like contracts that would pay out if the country defaulted on a small pool of its foreign-denominated bonds.

Sanctions Bite Massive Gas Project in Russian Arctic

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A race to shore up funding for the $27 billion Yamal LNG energy project in the Russian Arctic has emerged as a test of Moscow’s ability to weather Western sanctions.

Stock Halts Added to Monday's Market Chaos

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Monday’s mayhem in stocks appears to have been exacerbated by rules designed to ensure orderly trading, executives and traders said, the latest ripple from investors’ embrace of stock-linked funds.

FDA Approves Amgen's Cholesterol Drug

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The FDA approved Amgen’s cholesterol-lowering drug on Thursday, teeing up a rivalry with a similar treatment that was approved just weeks earlier.

Southern California Ports to Try Trucking Appointment System

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The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will require trucks to stick to a schedule when picking up containers, the latest proposal to fight congestion.

Dole Executives Ordered to Pay $148 Million in Buyout Suit

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A Delaware judge ordered Dole Food’s chief executive and a former official to pay shareholders $148 million, ruling that CEO David Murdock’s 2013 buyout undervalued the fruit grower.

Bouygues Gains Don't Equal French Telecoms Revival

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Bouygues is expanding its customer base, but top-line growth still proves elusive.

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