WeWork Shoots the Works With Expansion Plans

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WeWork is embarking on a growth spurt, with the help of nearly $1 billion in investment, as it rapidly expands around the world—and beyond mere office space.

Gas at $1 Looms Soon for Parts of U.S.

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Gasoline could return to $1 a gallon for the first time since the 1990s amid the continuing decline in crude-oil prices, a growing fuel glut and seasonal refining shifts.

Gas at $1 Looms Soon for Parts of U.S.

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Gasoline could return to $1 a gallon for the first time since the 1990s amid the continuing decline in crude-oil prices, a growing fuel glut and seasonal refining shifts.

Japan and the Strange Case of the Negative Bond Yields

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The global government bond market just took a step further through the looking glass.

Phones Are Putting an End to Password123

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Technologists are working hard to find alternatives to pesky computer passwords. Aiming to strike a balance between security and ease of use, big tech firms are turning to the smartphone as a replacement for passwords and other identification.

Japan Slowly Opens the Door to the Sharing Economy

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A country in which a premium is placed on privacy, Japan is beginning to open up to the sharing economy and its government is moving to ease home-sharing restrictions.

Canadian Pacific Plans to Abandon Threat of Proxy Fight for Norfolk Southern

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Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is abandoning its threat of a proxy battle to replace directors at takeover target Norfolk Southern Corp., according to a person familiar with the matter.

Italy's Crackdown on Tax Evasion Deals Another Blow to Swiss Banks

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Rome’s latest crackdown on tax evasion is serving up fresh headaches for Swiss banks and dealing a sharp blow to the financial industry in Ticino, an Italian-speaking sliver of Switzerland pinched between the Alps and Italy’s northern border.

U.S. Stocks Decline After Rout in Japan

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U.S. stocks slipped Tuesday after the recent turmoil in financial markets rippled across Asia and an early-session recovery in beaten-down sectors faded.

Postal Service Swings to Profit

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The U.S. Postal Service swung to a profit for the holiday quarter, helped by strong demand for package delivery, a big surcharge and continued favorable interest-rate changes on workers’ compensation.

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