Need a $3 Million Home Loan? J.P. Morgan Just Made It Easier

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J.P. Morgan Chase is lowering the minimum down payment and credit score for some big mortgages, as lenders vie to cater to borrowers in the high-end housing market.

Bird in Regeneron's Hand Is Enough

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Strong Eylea sales sent Regeneron stock—and future expectations—ever higher.

Epson Kills the Printer Ink Cartridge

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The new EcoTank printers costs more up front but can churn for years without running dry, Wilson Rothman says.

Coach Sales Fall Again

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Coach Inc. said profit plunged in its latest quarter as the handbag and accessories maker reported deteriorating sales and restructuring-related charges. But the company issued upbeat guidance.

Ctrip and Tencent Take an eLong Journey

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Tencent’s bid for a piece of eLong shakes up Ctrip’s plans to consolidate China’s burgeoning online travel market.

BMW Isn't Priced to Move

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BMW’s profitability is under pressure on higher costs amid new model launches, but China remains the biggest uncertainty.

Judge Rejects Proposed Settlement Between AmEx and Merchants

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A federal judge rejected a proposed $79 million class-action settlement between American Express and a group of merchants, citing a recent discovery that two opposing lawyers in the case had exchanged confidential documents.

China's Response to Stock Rout Exposes Disarray

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Conflicting moves and a lack of coordination hampered Beijing’s initial response to its stock-market rout, raising questions about whether Chinese authorities will be up to the challenge of implementing market changes.

Citadel's Ken Griffin Leaves 2008 Turmoil Far Behind

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Citadel LLC, the hedge-fund firm founded by Ken Griffin that nearly collapsed during the financial crisis, is thriving again and expanding as aggressively as ever, unlike some competitors that turned cautious.

Office Depot Sees Sales Slide 10%

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Office Depot Inc., awaiting regulatory approval of its merger with rival Staples Inc., saw sales slide in its second-quarter as currency headwinds, store closures and a declining market in the face of an increasingly digital workplace dented results.

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