Indian Firms Fear Curbs on Skilled-Visa Workers Under Trump

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President-elect Donald Trump doesn’t take office until Friday, but he is already forcing India’s mammoth $108 billion technology outsourcing industry to rethink hiring practices in the U.S., its largest market.

Volkswagen's Ex-CEO Denies Prior Knowledge of Emissions Cheating

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Martin Winterkorn, Volkswagen’s former chief executive, denied having any personal knowledge of the German car maker’s diesel-emissions cheating in his first major public appearance since the scandal broke in September 2015.

Mnuchin to Address IndyMac, Tax Policy at Senate Hearing

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Investments tied to the foreclosure crisis are shaping up to figure prominently in the confirmation hearing for Steven Mnuchin, Donald Trump’s intended nominee for Treasury secretary.

Inflation Gauge Tops 2%, Supporting Fed's Plan to Raise Rates

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A broad measure of inflation poked above 2% for the first time in two-and-a-half years in December, a sign of diminished economic slack that could support additional moves by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year.

The Most Coveted Ball in Golf Is From Costco

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Costco, the warehouse retail giant, began selling golf balls last fall under its Kirkland Signature brand. The balls instantly ranked among the cheapest on the market, but by some accounts, they perform like rivals that sell for more than twice as much.

Some Bankers Get Sweeteners for Their Donuts

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Deutsche Bank will slash bonuses for 2016, but rivals will struggle to follow suit.

Student Debt Payback Far Worse Than Believed

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An analysis of revised Education Department numbers shows that at more than 1,000 schools, at least half of students defaulted or failed to pay down their debt within seven years.

LinkedIn's Website Is No Longer Terrible

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A makeover of LinkedIn’s website makes it easier to read posts and connect with people helpful to your career, writes Joanna Stern.

Paul McCartney to U.S. Court: 'Help!'

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Paul McCartney is taking Sony Corp.’s music-publishing division to court in an effort to take back his copyrights in Beatles songs he mostly co-wrote with John Lennon.

Commerce Nominee Offers Preview of Trade Policy

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Wilbur Ross, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for commerce secretary, provided the deepest view yet of the incoming administration’s likely direction on trade in testimony before the committee considering his nomination.

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