Twitter Woes Mount as Growth Stalls

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Twitter for the first time failed to show any user growth in an earnings report, pushing its shares to new lows and fueling investor anxiety that the company doesn’t have a turnaround plan.

Pentagon Still Plans Long-Term F-35 Increase

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Plans by the U.S Air Force to trim its F-35 Joint Strike Fighter order this year won’t affect a planned long-term increase in output to make the plane more affordable, a senior Pentagon official said Wednesday.

Race Car Driver Scott Tucker Charged in Payday Loan Case

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Federal prosecutors charged race-car driver Scott Tucker and his attorney with running a payday lending operation that allegedly overcharged customers hundred of millions of dollars in undisclosed fees.

Walgreens Threatens to End Theranos Agreement

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The blood-testing firm got a 30-day deadline from Walgreens to resolve major infractions that violate the federal law governing clinical laboratories.

AB InBev Gets $2.9 Billion Offer for Europe Brands

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Anheuser-Busch InBev said it has received a binding offer valued at about $2.9 billion in cash from Japan’s Asahi Group Holdings for the Peroni and Grolsch brands.

Mylan Reaches $7.2 Billion Deal For Sweden's Meda

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Mylan said it has agreed to buy Swedish pharmaceutical company Meda for $7.2 billion in cash and stock, while the drug maker also reported slower-than-expected growth in its fourth quarter.

Yellen Holds Interest-Rate Cards Close to Her Vest

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Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen wisely refused to paint the Fed into a corner even as markets think odds of any further rate increases in 2016 are low.

Andreessen Horowitz Sells Some Lyft Shares to Prince Al-Waleed

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Two of the most prominent investors in ride-hailing service Lyft Inc. quietly sold $148 million in shares of the company in recent weeks, according to people familiar with the matter.

A.P. Moeller-Maersk Earnings Hit by 'Perfect Storm'

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A.P. Moeller-Maersk swung to a hefty fourth-quarter net loss as tumbling freight rates and sluggish trade growth hit its key shipping business, while its oil unit took a $2.5 billion charge.

Uber Gears Up for French Court Battle

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Two top executives at Uber will face criminal charges in France on Thursday, in an emblematic battle for the car hailing company in a market that is one of its biggest but also one of its most fraught.

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