Uniqlo Aims for Bigger China Gains

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Japanese apparel chain Uniqlo is aiming to get a further boost in China from a new deal with Disney.

Tech Firms Beware: Don't Disappoint Investors

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Technology companies whose earnings disappoint investors are paying an unusually large toll this quarter, highlighting Wall Street’s high expectations for the sector at a time of uneven economic growth.

EPA's New Emissions Rule to Alter Energy Landscape

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The EPA’s new rules on carbon emissions from power plants will alter the way Americans make and consume electricity, accelerating a dramatic shift to cleaner fuels, renewable energy and consumer choice.

Crumbling Roads Put a Dent in Drivers' Wallets

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The deteriorating state of the nation’s highways is adding to auto maintenance costs across the country.

Pacific Trade Talks End With No Deal

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High-level efforts to complete a major Pacific trade agreement ended without resolution amid deep differences over trade in dairy and other products.

U.S. Labor Costs Rise at Slowest Pace in Three Decades

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U.S. labor costs rose at the slowest pace in at least three decades in the spring, a sign of persistently sluggish wage growth that could weigh on the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise short-term interest rates.

Amgen to Undergo Experimental Treatment

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Amgen shareholders should be watching the development of U.S. biosimilars carefully.

Exxon's M&A Edge Over Chevron Amid Low Oil Prices

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Big Oil’s resiliency is strained amid low oil prices, but Exxon could yet capitalize via acquisitions.

Japan Contraction Doesn't Mean More Easing

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Japan’s economy may turn out to have shrunk last quarter, but a new inflation measure gives the Bank of Japan an excuse not to act.

Fed's Bullard: 'In Good Shape' to Raise Rates in September

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard says economic data seen since central bankers gathered this week are bolstering the case for raising short-term rates when officials meet in September.

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