Battered Oil Shows Signs of Life

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Quarterly Markets Review: As the U.S. runs low on space for oil storage, production growth is expected to slow. That could bring some much-needed support for prices after a nine-month slide.

GoDaddy Raises $460 Million in IPO

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GoDaddy Inc., a technology provider to small businesses, priced its initial public offering at $20 a share Tuesday.

P&G Sells Vicks VapoStream to Helen of Troy

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Procter & Gamble Co., which has been selling brands to focus on its largest, most profitable operations, has sold its Vicks VapoSteam U.S. liquid inhalant business to Helen of Troy Ltd.

Actavis CEO's 2014 Compensation Was $36.6 Million

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Actavis PLC said total compensation for Chief Executive Brent Saunders was valued at $36.6 million last year, including a base salary of $500,000 and $25.9 million of stock awards.

EU Seeks Information on Luxembourg's Tax Dealings With McDonald's

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European Union authorities are seeking information from Luxembourg over its tax dealings with McDonald’s, in the latest phase of a widening investigation.

Wendy's Backs Shareholder Move on Boards

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Wendy’s has agreed to support a proxy-access amendment allowing big shareholders to nominate candidates to the fast-food chain’s board, after similar moves by other major companies such as Citigroup in recent months.

UTi Worldwide Loss Widens

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UTi Worldwide Inc. said its fiscal fourth-quarter loss widened sharply on one-time expenses related to recent restructuring efforts, as well as a decline in revenue.

Harman Buys Luxury-Car Stereo Business

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Harman International, a maker of in-car multimedia systems, is buying the automotive side of Bang & Olufsen, giving the Stamford, Conn., company a dominant position in the branded car sound-system business.

How Wall Street Helps Tech Workers Cash In

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Financial firms are creating a murky market where the red-hot stocks of closely held technology companies trade largely out of sight of regulators, other investors and the companies themselves.

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