Facebook Will Share Video Ad Revenue

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Facebook said it would begin sharing ad revenue with video creators, a move designed to attract more polished content and more ads.

Stanford-Trained Executive Tries to Turn Around Venezuela Energy Giant

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Eulogio del Pino takes on a tough task: returning the focus of Petróleos de Venezuela to oil.

Lowering Unemployment Rate Is a Tough Job

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Ahead of the Tape: With the job market looking strong, the unemployment rate seems poised to go lower. But there are reasons to expect resistance.

Asia's Rich Show Love for Junk Bonds

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Asia’s wealthy individual investors have loaded up on high-yield bonds in the past three years, including a large helping of debt from Chinese property firms that have been facing a weak housing market.

First Reserve's Funds Pitch South

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The private-equity firm’s two biggest buyout funds are in the red, a result of the steep drop in oil prices and ill-fated investments in energy companies.

Chrysler Hits Retail Milestone, Tops Ford

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The No. 3 U.S. auto maker sold 146,151 vehicles at dealerships in June, representing the first time it outpaced Ford in the closely-watched share of monthly sales to individual consumers.

Revamped Bubble Wrap Loses Its Pop

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Sealed Air, the original seller of Bubble Wrap since 1960, is rolling out a revamped version of its signature product with one key difference: The bubbles don’t burst when pressure is applied.

ACE to Buy Chubb for $28.3 Billion

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ACE agreed to buy fellow property-and-casualty insurer Chubb in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $28.3 billion, the largest-ever deal between two companies in the insurance industry.

Changing Consumer Tastes Continue to Weigh on General Mills

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General Mills reported weaker-than-expected revenue in its May quarter, as the food maker continues to struggle with changing consumer tastes.

U.S. Stock Prices Rise on Greece Hopes

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U.S. stock prices rose on Wednesday, as investors appeared reassured by signs that Greece and its creditors showed a willingness to negotiate.

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