Whole Foods Boss Calls Himself a 'Pusher Leader'

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Boss Talk: Whole Foods Markets has spent much of the past year fighting slower growth and negative headlines. In an interview, co-CEO Walter Robb discusses its candid culture and what’s ahead for the grocery business.

Firms Dig Deeper Into Debt Markets

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Two well-known managers of private-equity funds are pushing further into debt investments partly in a bid to take advantage of the opportunities created by recent upheaval in the global capital markets.

Disney Earnings Surge on 'Star Wars'

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Walt Disney Co. reported the highest quarterly earnings in its history as the success of the latest installment of “Star Wars” offset continued woes at its ESPN sports network.

Economic Tumult to Color Janet Yellen's House Testimony

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When Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen speaks to House lawmakers Wednesday, she’ll assess a mixed economic landscape that has made officials more cautious about raising interest rates again next month.

Daimler Air Bag Recall Will Cost $380 Million

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German auto maker Daimler is reducing its reported 2015 profit by about €340 million ($380 million) to recall 841,000 Mercedes-Benz cars and Daimler vans in the U.S. for possible air bag defects.

African Mining Conference Kicks Off With a Whimper

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The industry’s most important conference kicked off this week in Cape Town with the sector in a state of collapse.There were few deals to discuss as a colossal slump in commodity prices cast a pall over the sector’s biggest party.

Toyota Runs Roughshod Over Mini Car Maker

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Toyota’s offer to buy the chunk of Daihatsu Motor it doesn’t already own leaves minority shareholders in the back seat.

Regeneron: Good Results, Great Expectations

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Regeneron’s strong growth profile isn’t enough in this new market.

The Thorny Economics of Illegal Immigration

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Arizona’s economy took a hit when many illegal immigrants left for Mexico, but there were more jobs and higher wages for some low-skilled workers.

Japan and the Strange Case of the Negative Bond Yields

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The global government bond market just took a step further through the looking glass.

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