Publicis Sees 'Modest' Growth Ahead After Difficult Year

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Publicis Groupe SA said Thursday that it expects to post “modest” growth this year, after the French advertising group finished a difficult 2015 on a more positive note.

Janet Yellen Signals Caution on Rates

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Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen flagged risks to the economic outlook that could delay the central bank’s plans for raising short-term interest rates, in her semiannual testimony to Congress on U.S. monetary policy.

KKR Learns Harsh Lesson From Energy Bets

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KKR learned that oil and debt don’t mix after falling commodity prices doomed two of its biggest investments: the multibillion-dollar buyouts of power producer TXU and oil explorer Samson Resources.

Kyle Bass Steps Up Attack on China's Currency

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Investor Kyle Bass said Wednesday that China’s liquid foreign reserves are “already below a critical level,” intensifying a debate over China’s ability to keep its currency from falling.

For AIG's Hancock, a Dance at the Activists' Ball

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Insurer’s CEO is under pressure to improve performance, and Carl Icahn and other big investors aren’t making it any easier.

Tesla Earnings: Why They Aren't Built for Speed

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Lofty forecasts gave Tesla stock a big boost. Bringing hopes to fruition will be much trickier.

Mylan Reaches $7.2 Billion Deal For Sweden's Meda

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Mylan said it has agreed to buy Swedish pharmaceutical company Meda for $7.2 billion in cash and stock, while the drug maker also reported slower-than-expected growth in its fourth quarter.

Yellen Holds Interest-Rate Cards Close to Her Vest

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Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen wisely refused to paint the Fed into a corner even as markets think odds of any further rate increases in 2016 are low.

Why Twitter May Have to Look Beyond User Growth

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Twitter’s fourth-quarter results highlight the challenge it faces when it comes to restarting user growth.

AIG: The Value of Togetherness

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Calls to break up AIG seem less convincing, as interest rates fall and the more diversified company outperforms some peers.

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