Thrifty Sony Still Has Some Explaining to Do

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Sony has made great strides rationalizing costs and wooing back disillusioned investors. But color is still needed on how it plans to spend investors’ cash.

Bakken Driller's Reset Points to More Pressure on Oil

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Whiting Petroleum’s capitulation suggests oil price rallies will be capped in 2016.

Deutsche Bank's Hard Road Ahead

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John Cryan, Deutsche’s incoming chief, has to dig his way out of a deep hole.

Royal Dutch Shell Cuts Its Way to a New Look

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The U.K. oil and gas major is chopping jobs, costs and investment. That looks like as much an image makeover, as a financial one.

Sugar Industry Sour on Trade Talks

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High-level talks to wrap up a 12-nation Pacific trade pact have put one set of Hawaii’s locals on edge: Maui’s sugar cane operation, which is concerned that U.S. concessions to growers in other countries could hurt its business model.

Fed Preps Careful Path for Rate Hike

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The Federal Reserve kept rates near zero but cited progress in the U.S. job market, a sign it remains on course to raise interest rates in September or later this year.

Facebook's Heft Comes at a Cost

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As Facebook grows off a huge base, it is getting expensive.

Rising Rents Outpace Wages in Wide Swaths of U.S.

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The cost of renting a home is rising faster than wages across wide swaths of the country, a problem that has become especially acute in the past year, putting a big squeeze on many household budgets.

A Bitcoin Fund Is Born, With Teething Pains

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An ETF-type bitcoin investment, full of risks, is struggling for acceptance.

College Tuition Q&A

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Experts answer more questions from readers about saving and paying for college.

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