Prescient Bears Are Growling Again

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Many of the Wall Street money managers who made billions by anticipating the U.S. housing bubble see more trouble on the horizon.

Tesla Loss Widens on Spending for Next Model

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Electric car maker Tesla Motors said its second-quarter loss doubled to $62 million on higher spending for overhead and R&D.

Alibaba Invests $120 Million in Mobile Gaming Firm

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Alibaba Group Holding is backing another California startup, announcing a $120 million investment in gaming company Kabam Inc. and a partnership to publish and distribute its free-to-play mobile games.

LinkedIn's Growth Accelerates

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LinkedIn's growth unexpectedly accelerated in the second quarter, as the professional social network announced a new push to target sales teams.

Energy Firms Get Tax Deferrals

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The U.S. energy boom is producing a little-noticed side effect: American oil and gas companies are paying less in federal income taxes, thanks to investment incentives.

Kellogg's Profit Falls 16% as Cereal Sales Drop

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The breakfast blues keep getting worse for the nation's biggest cereal maker, as Kellogg Co. said its earnings fell 16% in the latest quarter and reduced its outlook for the year.

America's Business Puzzle: Record Debt and Record Cash

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U.S. companies have never had so much debt and so much cash. But there is a reason for that—low interest rates and U.S. tax policy.

Rousseff, Allies Mobilize Against Opponents of Economic Policies

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With a drumbeat of negative economic news weighing on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's chances at a second term, her administration is testing a new strategy: shoot the messenger.

Rousseff, Allies Mobilize Against Opponents of Economic Policies

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With a drumbeat of negative economic news weighing on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's chances at a second term, her administration is testing a new strategy: shoot the messenger.

U.S. Wages and Benefits Rise

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U.S. employers' labor costs rose in the second quarter at the fastest rate in nearly six years, a sign that a tightening labor market may be raising pressure on companies to boost worker pay.

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