Investigators Believe Funds Flowed to Malaysian Leader's Accounts

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Malaysian investigators scrutinizing a government investment fund have traced nearly $700 million of deposits into what they believe are the personal bank accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak, according to documents from a government probe.

Aetna to Buy Humana for $34.1 Billion

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Aetna said it would buy Humana for $34.1 billion, following weeks of frenzied merger talks among large health insurers.

Airlines' New Normal: More Seats, Fewer Flights

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Using an industry technique known as “upgauging,” airlines increase capacity by adding seats on existing jets and replacing smaller planes with larger ones.

China Accelerates Efforts to Stem Selloff

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China shares tumbled Friday, even as Beijing moves swiftly to try to plug losses, with the smaller Shenzhen index suffering its worst week since December 1996.

Eurozone Crisis Now Yields Windfall

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Away from Greece, the eurozone, and Germany in particular, is enjoying the benefit of ultra-low bond yields.

High on the Hogs for the Fourth

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Farmers are on track to produce a record amount of pork this year, with a wave of hogs processed this spring heralding cheaper ribs and sausages for the Independence Day holiday.

Jobs at a Crossroads: Hiring Up, Pay Flat

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The U.S. job market sits at a crossroads six years into a fitful economic expansion: Hiring is strong, but weak wage growth has failed to pull millions of would-be workers off the sidelines while prompting others to drop out of the labor force.

Europe's Crowning Glory Imperils Postwar Project

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The great project some hoped would eventually create a European superstate faces the biggest challenge of its history Sunday, when Greeks vote in a referendum that could decide whether they crash out of the eurozone.

Yes or No, Investors Brace for Market Swings

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With opinion polls suggesting the vote on Greek austerity may be close, many investors are opting to ride out the storm and stick with their holdings of European stocks.

Ends No Longer Meet in Puerto Rico

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Business leaders see the island’s debt crisis as a spur to cut government spending, but the dependency on an expansive welfare system is deep.

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