Democrats' Economic Messages Reveal Tensions

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Headline speakers at this week’s Democratic convention are offering jarringly different visions of the state of America’s economy, revealing a tough question for Hillary Clinton to answer: How good is the economy, anyway?

Apple's New Mantra: Good Enough

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The new iPhone might boost Apple’s sales, though expectations are low.

Apple Earnings Fall on iPhone Slump

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Apple said its quarterly profit fell 27% as the company grappled with the first prolonged slump in iPhone sales since the product was introduced in 2007.

AB InBev Raises Bid for SABMiller to Reflect Weaker Pound

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Anheuser-Busch InBev raised its offer for rival brewer SABMiller, as it tries to quell an investor revolt following a fall in the value of the British pound after the U.K. vote to leave the European Union.

Analog Devices to Acquire Linear Technology for $14.8 Billion

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Analog Devices agreed to acquire fellow chip maker Linear Technology in a cash-and-stock deal worth $14.8 billion.

Twitter Revenue Growth Dwindles; Outlook Disappoints

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Twitter continued the string of disappointing quarterly reports under chief Jack Dorsey with its worst-ever revenue growth and weak user numbers.

U.S. Home-Price Increases Maintained Strong Pace in May

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U.S. home prices continued rising quickly in May, according to the Case-Shiller Home Price Index, further proof that the housing market had its strongest spring since the recession.

Facebook's Rally Is Too Much of a Good Thing

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Facebook’s rally to record heights might be due for a breather.

Live: Apple's Q3 Earnings and Conference Call

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Apple releases its fiscal third-quarter earnings today. We’re live-blogging the results and the conference call with analysts.

VW Gets Initial OK of $14.7 Billion Settlement With U.S. Drivers

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A federal judge granted preliminary approval to Volkswagen’s $14.7 billion settlement with U.S. drivers of diesel-powered vehicles, clearing the way for the company to put the plan into action and put the emissions scandal behind it.

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