General Mills Sales Slip on U.S. Weakness, Slow Growth Elsewhere

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General Mills said its sales fell in the most recent quarter amid continued weakness in the U.S. food industry and slowing growth in emerging markets.

Philips to Buy U.S. Medical-Imaging Firm

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Philips is buying U.S. medical-imaging company Volcano for around $1 billion as the Dutch technology company moves to further bolster its presence in the increasingly competitive health-care equipment sector.

Oil Price Drop to Weigh On GE 2015 Earnings

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GE warned its profits next year could be hurt by the plunge in oil prices, a new hurdle for CEO Jeff Immelt in his efforts to wring more growth out of the conglomerate’s industrial operations.

Alstom, U.S. Near Deal on Fine

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U.S. prosecutors are close to a deal with Alstom that would require the French engineering giant to pay about $700 million, more than any past deal, to settle a foreign bribery probe.

Apple Wins Jury Verdict in iPod Trial

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A jury ruled in favor of Apple on Tuesday in a class-action lawsuit that accused the technology giant of violating antitrust laws by suppressing competition for its iPod music players.

New Life for an Old Industrial Property -- in Atlanta

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Jamestown Properties is bringing a formula to Atlanta that it honed in New York, San Francisco and elsewhere: converting massive industrial buildings into fashionable, mixed-used addresses.

Ruble's Decline Concerns European Companies

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The ruble’s sharp fall —and the possibility of drastic Russian government action to address it—deepened concerns for European firms that depend on Russia for sales, raw materials or manufacturing.

Miami Condo Project Looks to Lure Chinese Buyers

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Miami has been a magnet for wealthy South American home buyers for years. Now, developers are setting their sights set on buyers from China.

The IRA Advantage of a Low Tax Bracket

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In years when your income is low, consider a Roth conversion, writes Jonathan Clements.

What to Know Before Donating Art

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Sure, it’s nice to get your name on a plaque on the wall. But the price may be much higher than you think.

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