Uber Seeks Police Protection in Johannesburg

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Uber asked police to protect drivers and passengers using its ride-sharing service from taxi drivers in Johannesburg, who have lashed out at a company they say is cutting into their business.

Judge Tosses Ex-Goldman Programmer's Second Conviction

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A New York state judge dismissed the second conviction of Sergey Aleynikov, the former Goldman Sachs programmer charged with stealing the bank’s high-frequency trading computer code.

Seritage Shares Rise After Spinoff From Sears

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Seritage Growth Properties’ shares gained as much as 4% in their market debut on Monday after the real estate spinoff of Sears Holdings Corp. estimated that it brought in about $1.6 billion through its rights offering.

Starbucks Raises Prices by About 1%

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Starbucks is raising prices slightly on some of its beverages to cover rising costs including wages and rent, even as prices for raw coffee have been falling.

Fed Helped Swell Mortgage-Refinancing Waves

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The Federal Reserve’s bond purchases made mortgage refinancings abnormally profitable for banks. But all good things come to an end.

Greek Voters Poleax Markets

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The projected result of the Greek vote will rattle the eurozone and global markets.

Wage Measures Send Mixed Signals

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The latest wage data were disappointing for American workers, but several other measures of earnings are much more upbeat, creating a confusing picture as Fed officials weigh raising interest rates.

Rolls-Royce's New Boss Signals Scale of His Task

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The new Rolls-Royce chief executive is facing many challenges in righting the U.K. engineering company but his immediate priority should be the civil aviation division.

Noble Tightens Bonds With Investors

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The beleaguered commodities house’s move to redeem a dollar bond early makes more difference psychologically than materially.

European Leaders Look to Chart Path Following Vote

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The architects of Greece’s bailout struggled to respond to a resounding “no” in Sunday’s referendum on the austerity measures they had tied to their aid program.

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