Jack Welch on M.B.A. Degrees

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Jack Welch says he’s still a fan of the traditional M.B.A. degree—to a point. But he wonders about the average program’s return on investment.

Kick the Tires on CarMax

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Ahead of the Tape: CarMax, AutoNation and other listed auto dealers are priced like cream puffs after Warren Buffett’s foray into the business.

Salesforce CEO Sees Bonus Rise

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Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff’s bonus rose 67% from a year ago, to $2.82 million, during a year when the software company’s stock price fell 7%.

Mayweather-Pacquiao to Cost $99 on Pay-Per-View

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A month before boxers Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao even enter the ring, their May 2 title fight is already breaking records, with the pay-per-view bout set to cost fans $99.

Cheap Loans Elude China's Small Firms

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Government efforts to boost economic growth by easing monetary policy are falling short as cheap credit goes to state-run enterprises and local municipalities.

Russia Bans Prominent Foreign Investor

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A Finnish businessman who is one of Russia’s most prominent foreign investors has been banned from entry to the country for five years after authorities warned him that his work raised suspicions of espionage.

Visa Demand for High-Skilled Foreigners Is Likely to Prompt Lottery

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U.S. employers are expected to apply in the coming days for far more visas than are available for foreign workers in fields such as science, engineering and computer programming, likely prompting a government lottery.

Allegiant Pilots Ordered Not to Strike

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A federal judge ordered pilots at Allegiant Travel Co. to halt a planned strike, a last-minute court decision to prevent spiraling labor discord at the discount carrier from disrupting thousands of travelers.

RadioShack Is Dead, Long Live RadioShack

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After a brush with liquidation last week, a reincarnated version of the RadioShack electronics chain will debut later in April under the ownership of hedge fund Standard General with an assist from Sprint.

Former Korn/Ferry Executive Sues

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Korn/Ferry International, the world’s biggest executive-search firm, is embroiled in a bitter legal dispute over the dismissal of a top executive.

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