Hedge Funds Bet on Coal-Mining Failures

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Hedge funds are betting that some of the largest U.S. coal companies are heading for the financial slag heap.

Samsung Weighs Management Shake-Up

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Samsung Electronics is considering a leadership shake-up, including installing a new mobile chief, according to people familiar with the matter, to revive its fortunes after a difficult year.

Christie's Hong Kong Sale Hits $82 Million

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Buyers snapped up works by Japanese and Southeast Asian artists at Christie’s evening sale in Hong Kong totaling $82 million.

AIG Case Could Turn on Nonstar Witnesses

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As testimony wraps up in the long-running trial on AIG’s bailout, testimony from two low-profile witnesses from early in the proceedings may turn out to be the key.

Drone Flights Face FAA Hit

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A looming rule proposal would restrict commercial drone uses, require pilot license.

When Is Free Speech Illegal?

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A case before the Supreme Court over threats made on Facebook is highlighting long-standing tension between law enforcement and free-speech advocates over when threatening speech breaks the law.

American Pilots, Management Agree to Continue Talks

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American Airlines Group Inc. and the union that represents its 15,000 pilots said they would continue to negotiate terms of a combined labor agreement, putting off for now a plan to reach a deal through arbitration.

Hong Kong Protests Sideline Jeweler

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Chow Tai Fook Jewellery, one of the world’s largest jewelers, is the latest high-profile corporate victim of the pro-democracy protests that have gripped Hong Kong for nearly two months.

Year-Old Messaging App Yik Yak Draws Big Valuation

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Yik Yak, the anonymous-messaging app that has spread rapidly across college campuses, is proof that it can take as little as a year these days to go from zero to a valuation of hundreds of millions of dollars.

BHP Outlines Plan to Cut Costs

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BHP Billiton Ltd. outlined plans to cut costs further and curb investment spending as the world’s biggest miner by market value looks to simplify and strengthen its business amid falling commodity prices.

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