Virtus Health Aims to Reproduce in U.K.

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Australia’s biggest in vitro fertilization company is targeting the U.K. in the latest phase of its overseas expansion, but says it won’t join the rush of companies opening clinics in China where health-care spending is tipped to surge.

Fed's Yellen Fends Off Charges of Partisan Tilt

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Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen came under fire from Republican lawmakers who charged she had politicized the central bank, allegations she rejected in her most acrimonious congressional hearing in a year as Fed chief.

Retailers Prepare to Spend More

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Retailers are finally getting shoppers to spend again, and soon they are going to have to follow suit. Some say they are raising wages, while others say they are boosting capital spending.

Oil Puzzle: How Much Does China Need?

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China has snapped up oil at low prices to build up its stockpiles, buying that has made it even more difficult to assess actual demand from one of the biggest crude importers.

Google Revamps European Unit

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Internet search firm Google pulled its European operations under a single executive in what it said was to better align itself with large customers and develop more unified responses to rising regulatory pressure.

Apple Throws Wrench Into Nasdaq's Gearbox

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The Nasdaq Composite Index’s longest winning streak in more than five years ended with a whimper at the hands of a surprising culprit: a pullback in the world’s most valuable company.

McGraw Hill's Terry McGraw to Give Up Chairman Post

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Harold “Terry” McGraw III intends to relinquish his chairmanship of McGraw Hill Financial Inc. following an April 29 board meeting, the company said. He will stay on as chairman emeritus.

After Divorce, Separate Your Estate Plans

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Newly single individuals should make sure their will, beneficiary designations and other documents reflect their current wishes.

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