Gillette's New Weapon in Razor Arms Race

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Procter & Gamble is set to roll out its latest weapon in the fight for men's faces—a razor featuring a swiveling ball-hinge that allows the blade to pivot and comes with a high-end price.

J.P. Morgan Shuffles Asia Chief

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The chairman and chief executive in China for J.P. Morgan Chase, Shao Zili, is set to leave those roles and become its vice chairman for the Asian-Pacific region. This marks second major change in the bank's China leadership in the past month.

What's Barnes & Noble's Survival Plan?

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For Barnes & Noble, a shrinking market for print books, competition from Amazon and the costs of investing in its own e-reader and tablets has made the future uncertain for the retailer as it looks for additional revenue sources.

Calpine to Sell Six Power Plants

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Calpine will sell six U.S. power plants in the Southeast and Midwest to LS Power for $1.57 billion in cash, as the company focuses on its electricity sales businesses in Texas, California and mid-Atlantic states.

For Apple Investors, the Waiting Is the Hardest Part

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Apple's results next week aren't likely to provide much fireworks, but there's still reason for investors to "ooh" and "aah."

Wal-Mart Dives Deeper in Banking

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Wal-Mart is trying to shake up the money transfer industry with a new service that undercuts Western Union and MoneyGram with lower and simplified fees.

Chobani Expands Into New Yogurt Products

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Chobani is venturing beyond basic yogurt cups with plans to launch new products this year, including desserts and dips, as the company explores plans to new capital.

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GE Plans to Divest More Businesses

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General Electric is planning to sell off more pieces of its sprawling conglomerate this year as Chief Executive Jeff Immelt seeks to improve profitability.

American Securities Puts Prison-Phone Operator GTL on Block

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Global Tel*Link, the largest U.S. operator of prison phones, is being shopped by its private-equity owner, a move that follows a decision by federal regulators to cap the fees companies can charge for interstate inmate calls.

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