Aetna and Humana: Justifying the Prize

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Aetna will have to work hard on costs to make its $37 billion Humana deal add up.

Samsung Still Has Galaxies to Explore

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Investors staring at Samsung’s slow progress bar should stay patient.

Greek Importers Begin to Feel the Squeeze

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Capital controls in Greece don’t appear yet to have significantly curbed the country’s imports, especially of essential items. But for nonessential goods, Greek importers are starting to feel the squeeze.

Malaysia 1MDB Probe Finds Documents Tied to Alleged Transfers to Prime Minister

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Malaysia’s attorney general said a probe into a troubled state investment fund has uncovered documents related to allegations that money was transferred into the personal bank accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Southwest Airlines and Flight Attendants in Tentative Pact

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Southwest Airlines has struck a tentative deal with its largest union, the group representing its flight attendants.

New Credit Suisse CEO Reins in Hopes for a Quick Fix

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‘Expectations have kind of run away,’ says new Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam, as he plays down optimism he can quickly lift the Swiss bank out of its recent malaise.

Toshiba Profit Markdown May Double Earlier Estimates

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Toshiba is likely to mark down its past operating profit by at least $814 million as a result of accounting irregularities.

Major Customers Unfazed by Electrolux's GE Buy

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If General Electric sells its appliance business to rival Electrolux, will home builders and property managers have to pay more for stove tops? The Justice Department says they will, but home builders aren’t as sure.

Uber to Suspend Uberpop in France

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Uber Technologies plans to suspend one of its main services in France, days after French prosecutors indicted two top executives on charges of running that service illegally.

Lloyds Bank Retail Sale to Yield Political Dividends

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Government plans to sell Lloyds shares to the public will mean financial gains for a lucky few but political insurance for the bank.

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