Pacific Trade Talks End With No Deal

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High-level efforts to complete a major Pacific trade agreement ended without resolution amid deep differences over trade in dairy and other products.

Lamborghini Plots First Sport-Utility

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Italian sports-car maker Lamborghini envisions big changes for its product line and production methods, aiming to build its first sport-utility with components borrowed from parent Volkswagen vehicles.

Riots to Riches: China's Wild Market Swings

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After nearly 25 years of turbulent action that has elated and infuriated investors, China’s stock markets remain much as they were when they opened in 1990. Beijing calls the shots.

UPS to Buy Coyote Logistics for $1.8 Billion

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UPS said it agreed to buy shipping-services provider Coyote Logistics for $1.8 billion as delivery giants seek new ways to grow in a rapidly changing global economic and technological environment.

Pain Worsens for Oil Giants

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Exxon Mobil and Chevron reported their worst profits from pumping oil and natural gas in more than a decade as low crude prices lopped off billions of dollars from their quarterly haul.

U.S. Labor Costs Rise at Slowest Pace in Three Decades

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U.S. labor costs rose at the slowest pace in at least three decades in the spring, a sign of persistently sluggish wage growth that could weigh on the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise short-term interest rates.

Amgen to Undergo Experimental Treatment

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Amgen shareholders should be watching the development of U.S. biosimilars carefully.

Exxon's M&A Edge Over Chevron Amid Low Oil Prices

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Big Oil’s resiliency is strained amid low oil prices, but Exxon could yet capitalize via acquisitions.

Yahoo to Buy Social Shopping Site Polyvore

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Yahoo Inc. agreed to buy social shopping site Polyvore Inc., a move intended to enhance the portal’s “Mavens” growth strategy.

Japan Contraction Doesn't Mean More Easing

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Japan’s economy may turn out to have shrunk last quarter, but a new inflation measure gives the Bank of Japan an excuse not to act.

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