Henkel Hopes to Clean Up in U.S. With Sun Products Buy

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Germany’s Henkel is to buy Sun Products of the U.S. in a $3.5 billion deal to bolster its share of the market for laundry-care products and fabric-conditioners in North America.

Hilsenrath's Take: 'Brexit' Vote Means More Fed Delay

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Market mayhem and the strengthening U.S. dollar following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union make it increasingly likely the Federal Reserve will delay plans to raise short-term interest rates, WSJ’s Jon Hilsenrath writes.

Energy Transfer Can Escape Williams Takeover, Judge Rules

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Energy Transfer Equity can escape its deal to buy rival pipeline operator Williams Cos. after a judge rules that its fears of an unexpected tax bill were genuine.

U.K. Exit Is Different This Time

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The fall in the pound highlights a big vulnerability: Britain needs to borrow from abroad. If foreign investors curb the flow, that could hit the economy and the banks.

Companies Scramble to Assess Vote's Impact

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Britons’ vote to leave the EU sent executives scrambling to assess the short- and long-term impact, as they watched the pound tumble and their own shares plunge.

'Brexit' Expected to Rattle U.S. Economy, Shake Its Influence

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Britain’s exit from the European Union is expected to jolt the U.S. economy, likely rattling restive equity markets and driving up the value of the dollar. It could also weaken U.S. diplomatic leverage in Europe and upend the corporate strategies of U.S. companies based in London.

The Week After the Day After 'Brexit'

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Markets may be calmer but edgy next week following the U.K. decision to leave the European Union.

Macy's New Chief Seeks to Reshape Ailing Retailer

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Jeff Gennette, who is taking over as CEOI of Macy’s early next year, is stepping into the role at a time of tremendous upheaval for the industry.

Why 'Brexit' Will Raise Trade Barriers

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Britain’s new trade bargain with the European Union won’t be settled for years, but investors shouldn’t bank on a maintenance of the status quo.

In 'Brexit' Vote, Britons Pick Corporate Winners and Losers

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Airlines and car makers are likely among the corporate losers if sterling’s steep drop after the U.K. vote to leave the EU is sustained. Liquor and luxury-goods companies might benefit.

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