High School Dropout Rose From Factory Floor to CEO of Dana

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Gerald Mitchell was known for brusque corporate style and urging workers to “talk back.” He died Nov. 17 at his home in St. Augustine, Fla., at the age of 89.

For-Profit Colleges Look to Trump for a Pass

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For-profit colleges are looking to the incoming Trump administration for a rollback of tough regulations that threatened to lead to the closure of hundreds of schools and that drove their stock-market valuations down.

Passive Investors Get Sucked Into Hong Kong Market Failures

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Multibillion-dollar bubbles like Fullshare may end up fitting a pattern: stocks with small floats that get added to major benchmarks and then plunge.

Baby Boomers vs. Millennials: The Uneven Jobs Recovery

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Ahead of Friday’s jobs report, the economic recovery has produced uneven results and unintended consequences for baby boomers and millennials.

OPEC Windfall Shows Talk Isn't Cheap

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Oil producers in the 14-member group have earned billions from the anticipation of Wednesday’s cut and now will earn billions more even if the deal fails to reduce supply.

Patent Feud Is Underappreciated Risk at Biogen

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Biogen’s big patent dispute puts blockbuster drug revenues at risk.

India's Cash Dash Stuffs Banks With Problems

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India’s demonetization has ended up squeezing banks, eroding their role as agents of monetary policy.

Hensarling: GOP Wants to End Rules on Retirement Advice, Payday Loans

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Congressional Republicans hope to scrap two contentious rules meant to rein in conflicted investment advice and payday lenders once President-elect Donald Trump takes office.

Era of Low Interest Rates Hammers Millions of Pensions Around World

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Central-bank moves are pulling down returns for government-run funds, making it difficult to meet mounting obligations to workers and retirees. Low rates are exacerbating existing cash problems.

Concerns Over 401(k)s Spike, Then Fade, and Pros Say That's for the Best

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While companies that serve the 401(k) market say call volumes from investors spiked early Wednesday, they saw relatively few of those investors make changes to their portfolios. And that’s the best course, financial advisers and plan administrators say.

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