ADM to Adopt No-Deforestation Policy for Soy and Palm Oil

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Archer Daniels Midland will adopt a new policy to fight deforestation by soy and palm-oil suppliers.

Blackstone Flexes Property Muscles

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Blackstone Group has taken less than four months to raise a record $14.5 billion to buy properties around the globe, the latest sign of the firm’s growing heft amid the increasing popularity of commercial real estate among investors.

Singapore Air Seeks Stake in Hong Kong Airlines

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Singapore Airlines is in talks to buy a minority stake in short-haul carrier Hong Kong Airlines, as part of an effort to tap into China’s booming travel market.

Transforming Banking for the Poor

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Financing the Future: A Q&A with economist Jonathan Morduch, who has co-authored two books on microfinance as a tool against global poverty.

Samsung, LG End Legal Disputes

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Samsung and LG said they would end all existing legal disputes, bringing a measure of peace to two of South Korea’s best-known conglomerates.

Movado Warns of Slow Growth, Currency Headwinds

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Movado Group Inc. said its earnings rose 40% in the holiday quarter due to lower taxes, and posted an upbeat profit guidance for the year, but warned of slow retail growth in the watch industry.

South African Utility's Chairman Steps Down

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The move is the latest for the country’s beleaguered state utility and follows the suspension of four top executives, including chief executive, earlier this month.

Noah to Succeed Stewart on 'Daily Show'

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Comedy Central has tapped 31-year-old South African comic Trevor Noah to replace Jon Stewart as the host of its flagship franchise, “The Daily Show.”

Kaisa Delays Release of Results

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Troubled Chinese property developer Kaisa delayed the release of its 2014 results to give auditors time to finish their work.

Nuclear Deal Could Drive Investors to Iran Stocks

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If Iran reaches a nuclear deal, Western investors will almost certainly queue up to invest in the country. The first stop for much of that money, at least initially, could be the Tehran Stock Exchange.

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