Wireless Firms Roam the Globe for Customers

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Three foreign mobile companies are making bets in Ukraine reflecting the maturing state of the global telecommunications market.

Redstone Lawyers Allege Herzer Lied, Kept Him From Other Women

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Lawyers for Sumner Redstone filed court documents laying out why the media mogul evicted a female companion who was his health-care agent living at his mansion, precipitating a legal battle that goes to trial on Friday.

Sanofi: Will Try to Oust Medivation Board Unless Deal Talks Start

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Sanofi sent a letter to Medivation saying it would try to remove and replace members of the U.S. biotech firm’s board if it didn’t engage in takeover talks.

The Jobs Report: Gauging Underappreciated Strength

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The labor market’s momentum shouldn’t be overlooked by investors and the Federal Reserve ahead of Friday’s jobs report.

Push for $15 Raises Pay---And Tensions

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The growing push to raise minimum hourly pay to as much as $15 per hour is creating new issues in the workplace: While some of America’s lowest-paid workers will get fatter paychecks, others may feel underpaid.

Cumulus CEO Aims to Revive Radio Broadcaster

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Cumulus Media’s new chief executive, Mary Berner, is working hard to change the corporate culture at the radio broadcaster, which is battling declining revenue and struggling with $2.5 billion in debt that starts coming due in three years.

How MetLife and AIG Can Make Up for Hedge-Fund Losses

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Insurers, suffering from low rates and hedge-fund losses, have no choice but to keep cutting costs.

The Truth About Fannie Mae's Dividend

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Recent quarterly results show that the original 10% dividend really was unsustainable.

Energy Transfer Could Soar If It Plays Nice With Williams

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Energy Transfer would love to get out of its merger with Williams. If it takes a gentler approach, its shares could gain.

GoPro Swings to Deep Loss

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GoPro said it swung to a deep loss in the first quarter, spotlighting the uphill battle the action-camera maker faces in broadening its customer base, though sales beat market expectations.

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