Digging for Value in Japan's Rally

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Japan’s Nikkei hitting a 15-year high isn’t a reason not to buy into the rally. But it is time for Japan investors to become more discerning.

European Stocks Fall on Greece Concerns

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European stocks fell after the deadlock in negotiations over unlocking further financial aid for Greece kept markets on edge.

Some in Europe Suggest 'Plan B' in Greek Crisis

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The suggestion by some officials reflects the extent to which many of the eurozone’s decision makers no longer believe a deal on new bailout aid for Athens can be sealed before the old one expires.

At VW, a Game of Thrones as Patriarch Quits

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Ferdinand Piech’s exit as chairman of Volkswagen resolves a battle that had distracted top management. But challenges and uncertainty aren't over for the automotive giant.

Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron Scrap Merger Plan

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Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron said that they will scrap plans to merge their operations, citing problems with the U.S. Justice Department.

Deutsche Bank to Trim Investment Banking

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Deutsche Bank released details of its plan to boost profitability and capital adequacy.

BG Deal Is Big Bite for Shell

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Shell argued for years that organic growth was a more cost-effective strategy than chasing huge acquisitions. It’s $70 billion deal for BG puts it in uncharted waters and will test its skills at integration.

U.S., Japan Take On Hurdles to Pacific Trade Deal

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The U.S. and Japan, nearing an accord designed to transform ties between the economic rivals and open the way for a trade pact among 12 Pacific nations, still face differences.

Ten Years of Airbus's A380, but Demand Is Soft

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Airbus on Monday celebrates the 10-year anniversary of the A380 superjumbo’s first flight. But the European plane maker has struggled to win sales for its flagship plane.

Apple Runs Up Against Its Own Success

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Ahead of the Tape: Apple may manage another iPhone surprise, but the hurdle is getting higher.

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