ECB's Draghi: It Ain't Easy Ahead of the Fed

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Mario Draghi promised that the European Central Bank was ready to boost quantitative easing as soon as necessary to help the eurozone economy.

Asia Stocks Slip Ahead of U.S. Jobs Report

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Markets in Asia headed for sharp losses for the week, as worries about an imminent rate increase by the U.S. Federal Reserve overshadowed the potential for stimulus by the ECB.

Jobs Report Could Seal Deal on Rates

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The August employment report could make or break the case for the Federal Reserve raising rates this month.

Japan's Weak Wages Put More Easing on the Table

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Japan has hit yet another rough patch, paving the way for the BOJ to do more.

Local TV Poses Hurdle to Streaming

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The big TV networks and their affiliates are wrangling over which of them will be the ones to negotiate with the new generation of direct-to-consumer streaming services and what each side’s split should be.

Insurer Highmark Is Latest to Trim Offerings Under Health Law

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Highmark Health said it would reduce its range of offerings on the Affordable Care Act marketplaces, becoming the latest insurer to retrench amid steep financial losses.

Euro Falls as ECB's Draghi Opens Door to More Stimulus

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The euro fell sharply against the dollar after the European Central Bank raised the prospect it could ease further, putting more distance between itself and the Federal Reserve.

Law Firms Pile on Posh Amenities to Build Up Business

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Some big law firms say their office space makes a big difference in the race to retain clients and attract new ones, so they are splurging on amenities like conference rooms, bars and event halls.

Volkswagen CFO Nominated as Board Chairman

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The largest shareholder of Europe’s biggest auto maker nominated the company’s finance chief to become the next chairman of the VW supervisory board.

Stocks Pare Gains Ahead of U.S. Jobs Data

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U.S. stocks’ gains receded despite a strong rally in Europe, as investors focused on coming U.S. employment data.

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