Millions More Cars With Takata Air Bags Recalled

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Car makers recalled millions of additional vehicles world-wide with faulty Takata air bags, further escalating an automotive safety crisis linked to at least 11 deaths and more than 100 injuries.

Markets' Mixed Signals: No All-Clear for Investors Yet

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Risk appetite has recovered since the panic at the start of the year. Or has it?

How Pro Forma Results Boost Executive Bonuses

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Reported earnings faltered last year. To help set bonus payments, many companies relied on pro forma measures.

Why Samsung Suddenly Finds Parts Fitting Together

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After a spell during which several of Samsung Electronics’ big businesses struggled at once, a turnaround may be at hand.

G-7 Leaders Differ on Risks to Global Growth

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Leaders of the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations talked Thursday about ways to stoke the global economy but appeared to disagree on the risks to growth and exactly how to respond.

Companies Get Smaller Slice of Economic Pie

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With U.S. companies grabbing a smaller share of a slow-growing economy, profits look likely to remain under pressure.

U.S. Companies Dial Back Their Investment

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Slower spending on capital goods comes despite a solid labor market, a strengthening housing sector and continuing low interest rates.

Retailers Gain Less From Sears's Pain

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For some time, problems at Sears benefited other retailers who could pick off its customers and sales. That isn’t the case anymore.

The Oil Rally: What Comes After $50

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Oil has broken above $50 a barrel for the first time in 2016. There may be more gains to come.

Fed Survey Finds Improvement in Household Finances

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Most Americans reported their household finances mildly improved last year, but nearly half said they would struggle to cover a $400 expense in an emergency.

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