Twitter's User Problem: People That Don't See Ads

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Nearly 40 million of Twitter's 271 million active users never see the ads that Twitter sells—and that audience is growing quickly, while growth of users that do see ads is slowing.

Banks Seeking China IPO Hired CEO's Kin

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As banks angled to participate in the IPO of China's Tianhe Chemicals, three of them—UBS, Investec and J.P. Morgan—hired the daughter of the CEO.

P&G to Shed More Than Half Its Brands

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Procter & Gamble, the world's largest consumer products company, is looking to get smaller by shedding more than half its brands.

Experts Reassess Risk of In-Flight Battery Fires

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Lithium batteries constitute one of the big safety questions facing the aviation industry. In the U.S. alone, the FAA lists 17 significant incidents with batteries on passenger planes in the past decade.

Berkshire Posts Record Quarterly Profit

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Warren Buffett's conglomerate reported a 41% jump in earnings tied to gains at its railroad, energy and other businesses as the U.S. economy continued its recovery.

How a Corporate 'Inversion' Could Raise Your Taxes

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Tax Report: Shareholders in U.S. companies involved in inversion deals are likely to owe capital-gains tax.

Gaming-Equipment Makers Merge

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Scientific Games agreed to acquire Bally Technologies for $3.3 billion, continuing the consolidation trend in the gaming-equipment industry.

GoPro's Nimble But Can't Dodge the Wipeout

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GoPro's stock slumped despite a good set of quarterly results—and it still looks vulnerable.

Can You Afford Early Retirement?

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The five-year rally in stocks has bolstered workers' nest eggs. But consider these six issues first.

Chinese High-Rollers Take Lower Profile

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China's anticorruption campaign is damping revenue at Macau's casinos, as well as spending at Hong Kong's luxury malls, as conspicuous consumption loses its cachet.

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