Nickel's Slide Extends Roller-Coaster Ride

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Nickel prices have sunk to their lowest level since March, extending a roller-coaster year for investors, amid a gloomy economic outlook and fallout from a trade-financing scandal in China.

CICC Chairman Resigns

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The chairman of China International Capital Corp has resigned, marking the second top management change in less than two weeks.

Junk-Bond Prices Bounce Back

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Junk-bond prices have bounced back after their steepest decline in more than a year, underscoring the thirst for higher-yielding investments despite concerns about an overheated market.

P&G Narrows Field For CEO Succession

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Procter & Gamble shook up its senior management ranks, naming new leaders for key businesses and narrowing the field of potential successors to CEO A.G. Lafley.

Luxottica Names P&G Veteran as Co-CEO

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Luxottica named a P&G veteran as a co-CEO on Wednesday, seeking to put an end to a month of turmoil caused by the return of founder Leonardo Del Vecchio to active management of the world’s largest eyewear group.

Bingham McCutchen Law Firm Weighs Options

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Struggling Boston law firm Bingham McCutchen is appealing to its partners to stick around, and says profitability is improving after a tough 18 months marked by lawyer exits and sliding revenue.

TPG Buys Minority Stake in GreenSky

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Private-equity firm TPG has taken a minority stake in GreenSky Trade Credit LLC, an investment that values the consumer-finance company at nearly $2 billion.

Clouds Darken for Blue Chips

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Blue-chip companies are posting poor growth as their once-reliable formulas for success left them too big to switch tack quickly when market conditions changed.

AT&T Lowers Revenue Outlook

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AT&T lowered its revenue outlook for the year, pointing to fewer-than-expected sign-ups for its no-contract Next wireless plans that require customers to pay full price for their smartphones.

EMC to Fold In VCE Venture, Reducing Cisco's Stake

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EMC Corp. confirmed it will buy a portion of Cisco Systems Inc.’s stake in a joint venture called VCE, effectively making that company part of EMC.

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