In Alibaba IPO, Investors Offer Views of Risk and Opportunity

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The Wall Street Journal talked with a variety of people about their outlook on the Chinese e-commerce company ahead of its potentially historic IPO.

Zara Builds Business Around RFID

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Many retailers have stumbled implementing RFID tags for inventory control, but the Zara chain is working the system. The scale and speed of its rollout is drawing notice.

Fed Dims Emerging Markets' Allure

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Fears of higher U.S. interest rates are prompting fund managers to cut back on investments in emerging markets.

A 1980s Corporate Raider Holds Off the SEC

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Paul Bilzerian, convicted of fraud in 1989 for his corporate takeover attempts, has used a network of trusts and partnerships to frustrate securities regulators' attempts to collect a $62 million civil judgment for illicit profits, in an example of how regulators often struggle to collect after winning cases.

In Alibaba IPO, Investors Offer Views of Risk and Opportunity

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The Wall Street Journal talked with a variety of people about their outlook on the Chinese e-commerce company ahead of its potentially historic IPO.

Microsoft's Big Makeover Continues

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Two Microsoft directors announced they would leave by year's end as CEO Nadella gives the board its biggest makeover in history.

Budweiser, a Big Sponsor, Criticizes NFL

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Anheuser-Busch said it was disappointed and increasingly concerned by the NFL's handling of recent incidents, which the brewer said "have overshadowed" the league's season.

New York Sues to Block Early Withdrawal of Alzheimer's Drug

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A plan by Actavis to withdraw its Alzheimer's treatment early in favor of a new extended-release version is aimed at protecting the company's profits, according to a suit from the state of New York.

G-20 Tax Overhaul Plan on Track

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Plans to overhaul the international tax system to make it more difficult for companies to shift profits to low-tax countries remain on track.

Airbus to Sell Some Businesses

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Airbus Group said it would sell defense assets as the company focuses increasingly on its successful commercial-airplanes business.

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