The Newest Job in Sports: Videogame Coach

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The growing money and fame in videogame tournaments over the past several years has hatched a field of coaches and other professionals who want in.

MasterCard Reports Weaker-Than-Expected Revenue Growth

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MasterCard on Wednesday reported in-line adjusted profit for the second quarter, though revenue growth was slightly weaker than Wall Street had expected.

Barclays Scraps Dividend Target

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Barclays Executive Chairman John McFarlane asked shareholders to be patient on dividends as he took a fresh stab at reshaping the beleaguered British bank.

U.S. Stock Futures, Global Markets Slightly Higher Ahead of Fed

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Global stock markets rose slightly Wednesday, but investors remained cautious ahead of a policy statement from the Federal Reserve that could offer clues on the path of U.S. interest rates.

Mylan Gets European Regulator's Approval for Perrigo Deal

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Mylan NV said it has gotten regulatory approval from the European Commission to move ahead with its planned purchase of Perrigo Co., the latest advancement in a saga of recent drug-maker consolidation.

Anthem Results Top Expectations

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Anthem reported a better-than-expected 8.4% increase in revenue in its second quarter, while the insurer bumped up its full-year guidance for medical enrollment growth.

Altria Nudges Guidance Higher as Revenue Rises

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Altria Group nudged its earnings guidance higher on Wednesday, as improved cigarette shipment volumes led to better-than-expected revenue in the June quarter.

GSK Posts Sharp Fall in Profit

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GlaxoSmithKline reported a sharp drop in net profit for the second quarter, reflecting the increased dominance of lower-margin vaccines and over-the-counter medicines in the company’s portfolio following its $20 billion asset swap with Novartis.

Apollo Global Reports Lower Earnings

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Apollo Global Management said Wednesday that its second-quarter earnings fell 21% on a sharp decline in deal profits.

U.S. Health-Spending Growth Jumped to 5.5% in 2014

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Growth in national health spending, which had dropped to historic lows in recent years, has snapped back and is set to continue at a faster pace over the next decade, federal actuaries said.

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