Super Bowl TV Ads Bring Lighter Tone

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Super Bowl ads had a lighter tone this year, a marked departure from 2015 when experts said too many companies aired overly emotional or heavy spots.

Emerging-Market Central Banks Fight Outflows

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Central banks in some emerging markets are stepping up efforts to flood their financial systems with cash, highlighting the pressure that they face from rapid capital flight.

Doctors Have Key Role in Fate of Redstone's Company Stakes

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Media mogul Sumner Redstone’s trust puts the decision on whether he is able to manage its assets in the hands of three doctors who could review the 92-year-old only after a vote by five of his associates and relatives.

Lehman Brothers Is With Us in Spirits

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A new Scotch whisky carries the Lehman Brothers name, but the brand’s owner isn’t drinking to that

Yelp Needs Some Help

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Wall Street has soured on Yelp, as the company grapples with rising costs, slowing user growth and a slumping stock price.

Hedge Funds Bet on Risks in U.S. Blue-Chip Debt

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Some see evidence of problems that won’t be confined to areas such as energy and junk bonds.

Ground Shifts Under Wheat Export Market

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Record harvests, the strong dollar and cheap oil are combining to shake up the multibillion-dollar global wheat market.

Why a Business-Tax Overhaul Is So Tricky

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The complex intertwining of the U.S. business and personal-tax systems is complicating Congress’s ability to address wider business-tax issues such as inversions.

ArcelorMittal's Latest Capital Call

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ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steelmaker, is shoring up its balance sheet to ride out the storm in the global steel sector.

Job Market Leaves Fed in Limbo

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The U.S. job engine slowed in January while unemployment hit an eight-year low and wage growth accelerated, complicating the outlook for Federal Reserve officials as they assess whether the economy is strong enough for further interest-rate increases.

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