Oil Prices Drop on China Worries

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Oil prices retreated Tuesday, giving up some of the strong gains from the last three sessions, as worries about China’s economy resurfaced.

U.S. Auto Sales Maintain Pace Despite Holiday Shift

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Several top auto makers overcame a holiday shift to post better-than-expected U.S. sales in August, underscoring the continuing strength of the domestic car market.

How to Gain From David Einhorn's Pain

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David Einhorn’s hedge-fund firm has posted big losses. Another firm he controls may offer investors a value play on any comeback.

Investors Betting on More ECB Stimulus

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Six months after the European Central Bank launched its blockbuster bond-buying program to rouse the region’s economy, some investors are betting that authorities will crank stimulus efforts even higher.

Bloomberg Starts Editorial Job Cuts

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Financial data and media firm Bloomberg began cutting up to 90 editorial jobs in its news division, as the company focuses more on breaking news and the development of new editorial products.

Evergrande's Health Needs a Second Opinion

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Chinese developer Evergrande’s performance may not be as grand as it seems.

In a World Awash with Gas, Why Finding More is Good for Eni

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Italy’s Eni has found a big gas field in Egypt. That highlights its strengths as the company also gets its financial house in order.

California Lawmakers Approve Equal-Pay Measure

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California lawmakers gave final approval to legislation that seeks to ensure equal compensation for women in the workplace by prohibiting employers from paying differing wages to employees who do “substantially similar work.”

Vancouver Hotel That Housed Hughes Offers New Whodunnit

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Starwood Capital is on the verge of selling a huge Vancouver residential development as it looks to tap into strong demand for condos in the area.

Don't Confuse China's Slowing Economy With Its Plunging Stock Market

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China’s economy is indeed struggling. But unlike the stock market, real activity isn’t in free fall.

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