Uber Executives' Trial Gets Under Way in Paris

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Uber Technologies representatives clashed with opposition lawyers over charges that two top executives incited drivers to offer illegal taxi services in France, as a two-day trial got under way.

Google Developing Virtual-Reality Headset

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Alphabet Inc.’s Google is developing a virtual-reality headset that doesn’t rely on a smartphone, computer or game console, a first in the rapidly evolving field.

Amazon: Can't Buy Back Investor Love

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Amazon’s $5 billion stock-buyback program may not be such a positive thing for investors.

Pepsi Posts Higher Profit, Cautious Outlook

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PepsiCo Inc. said Thursday its fourth-quarter profit surged 31%, but Chief Executive Indra Nooyi issued a sobering warning that continuing overseas turmoil could upend the U.S. economy.

Economists, CEOs: Recession Risk Rising

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A growing number of corporate leaders and economists see mounting risk of the U.S. tipping into a recession, a nod to headwinds posed by the global growth slowdown and early-year convulsions in financial markets.

Boeing Shares Fall on Probe Report

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Boeing shares fell sharply following a report that the Securities and Exchange Commission is probing its accounting methods on two of its jetliner programs.

Bank Stocks Sink Further, but Dimon Is Buyer

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J.P. Morgan Chase’s chairman and CEO bought 500,000 of his firm’s shares, trying to deliver a jolt of confidence to investors as a monthlong slide in bank stocks threatened to become an avalanche.

Why the Yen Just Keeps Getting Stronger

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The ferocious strengthening of the yen reveals the brittle underpinnings of the Abenomics stock-market rally.

Credit Barometer Flashes a Warning Sign on Banks

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The cost of insurance against default on the debt of many big banks has jumped, adding to the forces pummeling confidence in markets.

Why Low Interest Rates Aren't Low Enough to Save Stocks

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Weak growth, low inflation and rising borrowing costs are putting the squeeze on companies.

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