Verizon Workers Win Concessions in Deal to End Strike

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Two unions representing more than 36,000 Verizon workers were able to win concessions from the carrier in a new four-year contract, helping to end a nearly seven-week labor strike.

Delivery Service Brings Groceries to Your Fridge When You're Away

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In Sweden, groceries can be delivered in your absence and directly to where they belong: your kitchen and fridge. PostNord and supermarket chain ICA are testing the service in Stockholm, promising that messengers will remove their shoes and unpack online deliveries.

Rum Makers in Spirited Battle

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The prospect of a U.S. market return for a Cuban spirit is inflaming a decades-old battle pitting Pernod Ricard, the world’s second-largest spirits producer, against Bacardi, the dominant U.S. seller of rum.

Forecast for Workday's Stock: Cloudy

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Workday has a track record of beating analyst estimates, but that doesn’t mean its shares will respond accordingly.

Cancer Drugs: A Long Road to Blockbuster Sales

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Amid high hopes, investors shouldn’t forget how tricky cancer-drug development is.

Wells Fargo Curbs Bank-Stock Enthusiasm

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By lowering its return targets, Wells Fargo has signaled a continued soft environment for banks.

DP World Agrees to Manage Somaliland Port for 30 Years

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Dubai’s DP World has agreed to manage the Somaliland Port of Berbera for 30 years, according to a person who has seen the concession agreement. The global ports operator gains an alternative hub to Djibouti in the Horn of Africa.

Airbus Struggles With Its Success

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The popularity of Airbus’ A320 has led to record orders, but ramping up to meet these might mean costly investment, just at a time when low oil prices are making more expensive fuel-efficient models a more difficult sell.

Philippine Casino Rules Offer Clean Getaway for Dirty Money

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The Philippines allows large amounts of untraceable cash to wash through casinos’ VIP junket rooms without the operators having to identify its source or report it to authorities, opening the door to money launderers.

Samsung Adds More Ads to Its TVs

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Samsung Electronics is quietly putting more advertisements on its Internet-connected televisions as it seeks new revenue sources for its struggling TV business.

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