Abercrombie Sales Drop 14%

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Abercrombie & Fitch warned of tough months ahead as the retailer prolonged its revenue slump.

Trump Entertainment's Fight with Union Heads to Appeals Court

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Creditors are voting on a bailout plan for the troubled Trump Taj Mahal, but the crucial ballots will be cast by federal judges in Philadelphia, who will decide the fate of the casino’s union contracts.

American Eagle Revenue Rises Amid Fewer Promotions

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American Eagle posted upbeat first-quarter guidance on Wednesday, as fewer promotions and “improved merchandise” led to better-than-expected revenue in its latest quarter.

Auto Makers Gear Up to Take On Google and Apple

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The old-school auto makers are gearing up to take on the threat posed by emerging competitors Google and Apple in a technological and financial gunfight.

The Next Marketing Frontier: Your Medical Records

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Practice Fusion is pioneering a new type of data-driven health care. Its software alerts doctors when a medical record indicates that a patient needs a particular treatment. Some of those alerts are sponsored by drug companies.

Brown-Forman Profit Rises 5.1%

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Brown-Forman Corp. said its earnings rose 5.1% during the holiday quarter with a boost from its Jack Daniel’s trademark brand and premium offerings.

U.K. to Sell Eurostar Stake for $1.16 Billion

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The U.K. government said it is selling its 40% interest in cross-channel train operator Eurostar International for £757.1 million ($1.16 billion).

Bristol-Myers, Bavarian Nordic Ink Prostate-Cancer Deal

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Bristol-Myers Squibb said it has joined with Bavarian Nordic to exclusively license and commercialize the Danish company’s experimental prostate-cancer treatment.

Crackdown Deals Macau a Rough Hand

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Macau gambling revenue remained in a free fall in February, sinking 49% from a year earlier amid China’s crackdown on corruption.

GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Crude Problem

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GE’s CEO already had problems convincing investors he was moving fast enough to remake the conglomerate into a simpler industrial machine, and now there’s this oil business.

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