Pilot Shortage Halves Republic Airways Stock

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Republic Airways said a worsening pilot shortage is forcing it to cut its flying for big U.S. airlines, hurting the regional carrier’s profit and sending its stock plummeting by half.

U.S. Stocks Follow Global Markets Lower

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A sharp slump in Chinese markets piled further pressure on stocks after patchy economic data and corporate earnings spurred declines last week.

Microsoft Changes Its Script With Free Windows 10

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New versions of Windows have usually sparked sales of personal computers, but it isn’t clear whether Microsoft Corp.’s release of Windows 10 on Wednesday can reverse a four-year slide in PC sales.

Investors Warned on Carlyle Hedge Fund

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Carlyle’s $5 billion hedge-fund firm, Claren Road Asset Management, faces the prospect of withdrawals after an influential consultant advised clients who are invested in Claren Road to pull their money.

Federal Lawmakers Propose Credit Reporting Changes

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A group of Democratic lawmakers is proposing a bill that would make it easier for people who got rid of credit-card debt using bankruptcy to fix inaccurate credit reports.

Teva's Allergan Deal Looks a Healthier Mouthful

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Teva’s $40.5 billion deal to buy Allergan’s generics business looks a lower risk option than its hostile pursuit of Mylan.

China Stock-Market Recovery Goes All Wobbly

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The dam Beijing hastily built to hold back the selloff has sprung a major leak.

A More Durable Spending Plan for Businesses

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Energy-sector weakness has weighed on business investment, but with the industry showing signs of stability, capital spending should pick up.

Lawyer Emails Put Visa, MasterCard Settlement at Risk

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The discovery of a trove of emails between two opposing lawyers is threatening to scuttle the $6 billion class-action antitrust settlement.

Fed Officials May Offer More Clarity on Rates

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Central bank officials are likely to emerge from their meeting Wednesday with short-term interest rates still pinned near zero, though they could send hints that they’re getting closer to raising the rates. Chairwoman Yellen has emphasized she expects higher U.S. borrowing costs before year-end.

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