Brazil's Slowdown Tests Fiat Chrysler's Global Aims

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The Detroit Three auto makers accounted for half the cars sold in Brazil last year and no company has more at stake than Fiat Chrysler, the nation’s market leader by vehicles sold.

ESPN Sues Verizon Over Unbundled TV Packages

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ESPN sued Verizon, alleging the telecom’s new FiOS TV packages breach a contract covering distribution.

Activist French Minister Riles Renault

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How France’s economy minister outmaneuvered Renault’s Carlos Ghosn by striking an options deal with Deutsche Bank to temporarily buy shares in Renault, letting it double its power over the car maker.

German Bond Swings Show Lack of Protection

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The German bond market last week went into reverse. The move underlined how little protection ultra-low yields provide against a move in prices.

Small Lenders Object to Deals Over Breaches

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Small banks and credit unions are banding together in a bid to recover hundreds of millions of dollars in losses incurred from high-profile data breaches at Target and Home Depot.

Small Lenders Object to Deals Over Breaches

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Small banks and credit unions are banding together in a bid to recover hundreds of millions of dollars in losses incurred from high-profile data breaches at Target and Home Depot.

In Battle Against Alzheimer's, This May Be Ground Zero

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A drug trial in Colombia focuses on a family whose members are likely to carry a gene that can cause dementia as early as age 45.

Why Coding Is Your Child's Key to Unlocking the Future

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Keywords: Computer programing is a skill uniquely suited to training children how to solve problems and to express themselves, and many educators think it should be part of the basic curriculum, even for grade schoolers.

Apple: Not Just Phoning It In

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Apple’s latest results and expanded $200 billion buyback program should help the stock weather seasonal uncertainty.

Buffett's 'Ringmaster' Turns Grand Ideas Into Reality

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At Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting—which the company expects to draw more than 40,000 people this year—Carrie Sova makes sure everything runs smoothly.

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