Proxy Battle Puts Focus on DuPont Earnings

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DuPont will detail fourth-quarter earnings and project profits for the year ahead—but how much weight investors should put on the forecast depends these days on whom you ask.

Asia's Insurers Sing for Sales

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When insurance agents in Indonesia try to “evoke a new spirit,” it isn’t a religious matter. They are revving up to do battle for customers—in song.

For New Revenue-Recognition Rules, It's Ready vs. Not

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Call it the $360 billion question: whether to delay one of the biggest accounting changes in decades--involving longstanding revenue-recognition rules. The answer isn’t expected until early in the second quarter.

Google to Announce Fiber Expansion In Four Cities

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Google is preparing to offer its high-speed fiber-optic Internet service in four new metro areas, the latest step in a careful expansion of the service.

NFL to Air Domestic-Abuse Ad at Super Bowl

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The NFL is financing a chilling spot on domestic violence to air during the Super Bowl, as the league looks to repair damage to its image caused by player scandals.

Yuan Falls Sharply

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China’s yuan fell to its weakest level in seven months, pushed lower by the central bank as Beijing adds to measures aimed at spurring growth.

Norfolk Southern Revenue Slips

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Norfolk Southern Corp. said its fourth-quarter earnings dropped and it posted weaker-than-expected revenue as merchandise and intermodal markets growth was unable to offset weakness in its coal segment.

United Tech Cuts Outlook

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United Technologies Corp. cut its 2015 sales and profit forecasts as the strengthening dollar takes a bite out of overseas sales of its jet engines, elevators and other heavy equipment.

AT&T to Buy Nextel Mexico

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AT&T took another step in its Mexican expansion by agreeing to buy Nextel Mexico for $1.88 billion, its second deal in the country.

The Man Behind IBM's Cloud Campaign

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Facing an uphill battle to boost revenue, IBM is mounting a high-stakes campaign to become a top player in cloud services. Now that push has a new point man.

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