Alphabet Executive Leaves Uber Board

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Uber Technologies Inc. on Monday said longtime Alphabet Inc. David Drummond executive has left its board amid increasing competition between the two tech companies over self-driving cars.

What Happens When a Central Bank Buys Property Stocks

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The Bank of Japan’s asset purchases have helped shares in real-estate investment trusts, but home builder stocks may be telling the true story.

Hanjin Shipping Moves Closer to Bankruptcy

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Hanjin Shipping’s creditors have rejected the ailing company’s latest funding plans, nudging South Korea’s largest container operator one step closer to bankruptcy.

EU Set to Rule Apple Tax Deals With Ireland Illegal

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The European Union’s antitrust regulator is poised to rule as soon as Tuesday that Apple’s tax arrangements with Ireland have breached the bloc’s state-aid rules, according to people familiar with the matter.

Why China Hasn't Cut Rates in What Feels Like Forever

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Growth isn’t budging and economic data continues to underwhelm. But China hasn’t eased monetary policy in over six months. Or so it seems.

Companies' Report on Brazil Dam Failure Adds Little New on Causes

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The companies responsible for the failure of a massive tailings dam in Brazil reported the causes of the incident. But it added little information to what Brazilian police and prosecutors had gathered, and it presented few findings on how to prevent future accidents.

Fed's Dislike of Negative Interest Rates Points to Limits of Stimulus

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Fed officials don’t think negative rates are needed in the U.S. because the economy and job market are improving and they are hoping they will never have to use them in the future given their uncertainty about whether the policy works.

American Airlines President Moves to United Continental

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The president of American Airlines left the company Monday but immediately moved into the same role at rival United Continental, in an unusual management shake-up in the competitive airline industry.

Why Lighter Shelves Won't Support Sagging Retailers for Long

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Retail inventories are the healthiest they have been in a long time, but investors shouldn’t expect the discipline to last very long.

Why Fitbit's New Band Got a Healthy Reception

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Fitness band maker has much cheaper multiple, as it updates flagship devices.

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