Japanese Police Arrest Mark Karpelès of Mt. Gox

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Japanese police arrested Mark Karpelès, the head of collapsed bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, and an official said police are alleging that he manipulated the company’s computer system to inflate its assets.

Marines Say Costly F-35 Jet Fighter Is Finally Ready

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The U.S. Marine Corps said Lockheed’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is finally ready for combat, a milestone for the world’s most expensive weapons program.

Pain Worsens for Oil Giants

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Exxon Mobil and Chevron reported their worst profits from pumping oil and natural gas in more than a decade as low crude prices lopped off billions of dollars from their quarterly haul.

Uber Crosses $50 Billion Valuation

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Uber has completed a new round of funding that values the five-year-old ride-hailing company at close to $51 billion, reaching the mark faster than Facebook did.

Uber Crosses $50 Billion Valuation

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Uber has completed a new round of funding that values the five-year-old ride-hailing company at close to $51 billion, reaching the mark faster than Facebook did.

Former FAA Consultant Claims Agency Failed to Act on SpaceShip Two Warnings

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FAA officials repeatedly failed to act on safety warnings about an experimental rocket ship backed by billionaire British entrepreneur Richard Branson that crashed in 2014, according to a former agency consultant.

Relativity Media's Bankruptcy Filing Ripples Beyond Hollywood

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Relativity Media isn’t the first independent studio that ended up in bankruptcy. But it is the first that could cause problems for NBA stars, college students and a probiotic soda in the process.

ArcelorMittal Says It Needs a Better Labor Pact in U.S.

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ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steelmaker, said it needs to raise health-care premiums for its U.S. workers and retirees and freeze or cut pay for some employees.

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.

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.

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