U.S. Oil-Train Boom Is Ending

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The recent boom in oil transport by rail in the U.S. is in decline, threatening what was once viewed as a sizable driver of growth for the railroad industry.

Henkel CEO Faces Task of Maintaining Pace Set by Predecessor

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Hans Van Bylen, the new CEO of Germany’s Henkel, a maker of industrial and household staples including detergent and glue, faces the challenge of maintaining the growth pace set by his predecessor without pushing his staff too hard.

Why Macau's Turnaround Lacks Magic

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Chinese gambling hub Macau will remain a city of haves and have-nots.

What the Democrats Mean for the Stock Market

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The rule of thumb that Republicans are better for investors and big business needs more nuance now.

Twitter Rally Leaves Fundamentals Behind

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Twitter’s shares have jumped more than 30% since Microsoft’s deal for LinkedIn; why the rally looks overdone.

More Patience Needed at Gilead

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Gilead’s second consecutive revenue miss won’t make deal speculation go away.

Why Sony's Best Deal May Come From Within

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The rumor mill is grinding again for Sony to take its financial unit private. A deal this time makes more sense than before.

Videogames: Knowing What Really Sells

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Revenue recognition rules make tracking videogame sales activity a challenge.

Fed Officials Push Back Against Calls to Overhaul Structure

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Federal Reserve bank presidents are pushing back against a rising chorus of voices saying the central bank’s century-old structure needs to be overhauled to reduce bankers’ influence over its operations and policies.

Global Economy Week Ahead: Fed and BOJ Decisions, Eurozone GDP

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It will be a big week in monetary policy as the U.S. Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan announce their latest monetary moves and Brazil’s central bank unveils the minutes from its first policy decision under its new governor.

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