Toys 'R' Us Loss Widens

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Toys 'R' Us posted a wider loss in its fiscal second-quarter as discounts took a toll on the bottom line, even as sales rose.

Malaysia Airlines to Shed 30% of Its Workforce

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The state fund that controls Malaysia Airlines announced the largest round of layoffs in the company's history, the centerpiece of a plan to revive a carrier battered by two recent air tragedies, as well as years of weak earnings.

MMX CEO Resigns

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The chief executive of Brazilian mining company MMX Mineração e Metálicos SA resigned as the company faces a cash squeeze and is trying to find partners or sell assets to stay afloat.

Regulators Seek More Information on Reynolds, Lorillard Deal

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Federal regulators have requested more information on Reynolds American's pending deals to buy Lorillard and divest certain brands to Imperial Tobacco Group.

Dongfeng Motor's Earnings Surge

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China's Dongfeng Motor Group reported a 54% rise in first-half net profit, thanks to sales gains in its joint ventures with Japanese and French car makers.

Wal-Mart Eyes Online China Growth

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As Alibaba courts investors for a highly anticipated IPO next month in the U.S., Wal-Mart is busy trying to win over online shoppers in the Chinese e-commerce company's backyard.

Hermès Warns on Currencies

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French luxury-goods company Hermès International warned that currency shifts will continue to drag on its full-year profit margin, even though it recorded a rise in first-half profit and sales.

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Take Back Control of Your Email Inbox

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Personal Technology: Joanna Stern tests apps and services to help her clear out nearly 6,000 unread emails—most of which were fired off by the marketing bots of social networks, retailers and service providers.

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