AB InBev Profit Jumps

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AB InBev said a derivatives gain pushed up its net profit sharply in the first quarter, helping offset weak U.S. demand for the group’s beers.

U.S. Issues First Licenses for Ferry Links With Cuba

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The U.S. Treasury has issued a limited number of licenses to ferry operators for travel to Cuba, people involved in the matter said.

'Frozen' Still Keeps Disney Hot as Earnings Rise

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“Frozen” continues to keep Walt Disney Co. smoking hot more than a year after its release. Disney reported a better-than-expected rise in revenue for the first three months of the year.

Renault-Nissan Alliance Needs Stronger Ties

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The French government’s determination to win double voting rights for its stake in Renault has highlighted the weaknesses in the French auto maker’s alliance with Nissan.

Zoetis Won't Tame Pharma M&A

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Despite antitrust considerations, Zoetis has signaled that more pharmaceuticals mergers are on the way.

Microsoft Seeks a Break in the Cloud

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Better visibility about its cloud plans is good for Microsoft’s stock, even amid talk of a possible Salesforce.com bid.

U.S. Trade Gap Widens

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A stronger dollar and an influx of pent-up imports into West Coast ports are pointing the U.S. economy toward its third quarterly contraction in its six-year-long expansion.

Yellen Meetings Scrutinized

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Congressional efforts to press the Federal Reserve for more details about a possible leak have suddenly focused attention on Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s contacts.

Denbury, Chesapeake Are Beyond the Shale

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Ahead of the Tape: Skepticism about shale-oil drillers has clipped less-affected companies such as Denbury and Chesapeake.

Market U-Turn Rams Hedge Funds

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A broad market reversal is battering hedge funds, spoiling the industry’s strongest annual start since the financial crisis.

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