Aston Martin Seeks Women Drivers, Luxury Tag

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Aston Martin, the maker of cars famously driven by James Bond, wants to reposition itself as a luxury lifestyle brand with greater appeal to women.

Toshiba Could Shine Once Mess is Cleared

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Toshiba’s accounting issues could be the setback the company needs to clean up its broader portfolio of businesses.

Beijing's Yuan Push Bears Fruit

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The yuan is now the region’s leading currency for doing business with China, trumping the Japanese yen and the Hong Kong dollar.

Tech Review: Android Auto Wins in the Car

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The future of in-dash technology, powered by your smartphone, has arrived. WSJ’s Joanna Stern reviews Android Auto.

What's Hot in the Art World? Algorithms

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Dealers in digital art are amassing algorithms, the computerized formulas that automate processes from stock-market sales to social networks. But it’s a very abstract art form.

Calgary's Office Boom Skids on Oil Slump

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When crude prices were high, the commercial real-estate market in Canada’s oil capital rivaled that of Houston. Now energy companies are cutting back, vacating a record amount of space even as construction of nine major buildings is under way.

Charter to D.C.: We're No Comcast

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As executives at Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable laid out their vision for the cable companies’ planned $55 billion merger, their pitch seemed aimed as much at Washington as at Wall Street.

New Push Ties Cost of Drugs to How Well They Work

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Express Scripts is seeking deals with pharmaceutical companies that would set pricing for some cancer drugs based on how well they work.

Samsung Shuffles Toward a Simpler Structure

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Investors following the reorganization of the Samsung empire should keep their eyes on the electronics prize.

Spain's Unfinished Crisis Business

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Spain’s growth numbers have impressed markets, but not voters. The country has a lot still to do.

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