Facebook Profit, Revenue Jump as Advertisers Flock to Social Network

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Facebook once again reported growing profit on the strength of its mobile-advertising business, sending its shares higher in after-hours trading.

Google Marches to Its Own Beat

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Alphabet shares appear to be underappreciated ahead of second-quarter earnings.

The Real Lesson of Yahoo's Fall

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Google and Facebook could learn the importance of focus from Yahoo, AOL and their ilk: Don’t try to be everything to everyone by copying, buying or mimicking the latest rival for users’ attention.

How the Fed Could Surprise

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The Federal Reserve’s caution on rates could fade quicker than investors think.

Coke's Revenue Slides as Soda Volume Declines

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Coca-Cola Co. lowered its 2016 revenue outlook after second-quarter volumes stalled for the first time in more than a decade, hurt by falling sales in China and other developing markets.

Airbus, FAA Spar Over Lithium Batteries

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European jet maker Airbus Group is locked in a dispute with U.S. regulators over the safety of lithium-ion batteries installed on its latest model.

Boeing Considers Ending Production Of Iconic 747

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Boeing said Wednesday that it may stop production of the 747, ending nearly a half-century of producing the plane that became the aircraft of choice for the U.S. president and other heads of state.

Mondelez Reports Higher Profit, Plans to Expand in China

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Lower sales are continuing to put pressure on snack giant Mondelez International but its chief executive played down the need for the company to make a large acquisition to reach its sales and profit targets.

Fed Leaves Door Open to Move as Soon as September

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The Federal Reserve upgraded its assessment of the economy’s performance and said near-term risks to the outlook have diminished, effectively leaving the door open to raise rates later this year, possibly as early as September.

SABMiller Pauses Integration Work With Anheuser-Busch InBev

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SABMiller has paused its integration work with Anheuser-Busch InBev according to a person familiar with the matter, as the London-brewer’s board consults with shareholders over whether AB InBev’s revised offer is acceptable.

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