Troubled Toshiba Looks to Sell the Family Silver

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Facing the prospect of billions of dollars in write-downs at its nuclear business, Toshiba weighs a spinoff of its most profitable business, the memory unit.

Small Businesses Struggle to Add Jobs, Study Finds

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Employment growth is slow and unsteady at most small firms, with the median small business adding fewer than one full-time position a year, despite the sector’s reputation as the engine of U.S. job growth.

Brexit and the Pound: Far From All Clear

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The pound rocketed as Prime Minister Theresa May set out her Brexit plan, but many challenges lie ahead.

Trump Comments Signal Shift in Approach to U.S. Dollar

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By talking down the value of the U.S. dollar, President-elect Donald Trump is potentially veering away from more than two decades of strong-dollar precedent.

The New Conventional Wisdom on Emerging-Market Bonds

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Most emerging-market bonds have recovered quickly from their Trump-trade beating, but swaths of debt are expected to mature this year.

Eyeballs Are No Longer Enough for Netflix

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Netflix should be able to meet subscriber targets, but investors may start demanding profits.

Biogen's Pricey Anxiety Cure Worth Every Penny

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Biogen’s settlement with Forward Pharma removes a major risk for the stock.

Investors Should Heed Morgan Stanley's Cautious Note

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The Wall Street bank turns in another strong quarter but its CEO warns a lot can go wrong.

The Structural Benefits of Samsung's Scandal

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Though the world’s biggest smartphone maker is caught in a political firestorm, investors are right not to run for shelter.

Trump Has IMF Recalculating Global Growth Outlook

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The International Monetary Fund raised its economic growth forecasts for the U.S., saying output could grow nearly a half-percentage point faster than previously thought over this year and next, thanks to President-elect Donald Trump’s plans to cut taxes and boost infrastructure spending.

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