Britain Delays Airport Expansion Decision After Brexit Vote

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The U.K. government has again postponed a decision on how to address a looming airport capacity shortage for the country’s capital, with a verdict now pushed back at least another four months.

EU Opens Probe Into Anheuser-Busch InBev's Trade in Belgian Beer Market

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The European Union opened a formal antitrust probe into Anheuser-Busch InBev’s practices on the Belgian beer market, citing concerns it may be hindering imports of its beer from less expensive markets in neighboring countries.

Why There Is a Sudden Outflow of Chinese Investors

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Mainland investors are again rushing to buy Hong Kong stocks, especially banks, but this shouldn’t be seen as special insight from local knowledge.

Puerto Rico's Rapid Population Loss Deepens Economic Crisis

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Puerto Rico has suffered a 9% population decline in the past decade, worsening the island’s debt crisis and challenging the survival of its hospitals and health-care system.

How the 'Bralette' Has Upended Victoria's Secret

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Victoria’s Secret has a problem and it’s not much of a secret: athleisure is upending the bra business.

The Brexit Bounce That Won't Carry Investment Banks Far

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Currency trading has rebounded since the U.K. referendum, but other areas are still weak.

Exxon Touts Carbon Tax to Oil Industry

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Exxon is ramping up its lobbying of other energy companies to support a carbon tax, marking a shift in the oil giant’s approach to climate change as the industry faces growing pressure to address the politically charged issue.

South Africa Clears Anheuser-Busch InBev's Purchase of SABMiller

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Anheuser-Busch InBev’s roughly $108 billion deal to buy SABMiller PLC has been cleared by regulators in South Africa, with the world’s largest brewer saying it is “well on track” to close the acquisition in the second half of this year.

Airbus and Safran Strike Deal on European Rocket Joint Venture

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Airbus and Safran have been long-term partners in developing and building Europe’s Ariane 5 space launcher and are pooling assets in the face of increasing competition.

Anti-Immigration Feelings Aren't Driven by Economic Anxiety

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Current anti-immigration rhetoric blames the foreign-born for job losses and low wages. But evidence for a link between economic circumstances and public acceptance of immigrants is weak, suggesting ways to counter populist opposition, Greg Ip writes.

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