Sony Rattled but Not Rolled by Earthquake Disruption

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Sony took a hit when its image sensor production was knocked out by a recent earthquake. The profit damage may not be as bad as it seems.

For Bond Traders Things Can Only Get Better

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These reasons mean a shocking first quarter should give way to a less bad year overall.

Viacom CEO Files Suit to Block Changes to Redstone Trust

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Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and a board member have filed a lawsuit challenging their dismissals from the trust overseeing Sumner Redstone’s $40 billion media empire.

European Equities: Why We Shouldn't Write Them Off Just Yet

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European equities are clearly unloved. Investors are right to be skeptical, but there may be glimmers of hope.

A Rare Look Inside China's Central Bank Shows Slackening Resolve to Revamp Yuan

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Minutes of closed-door meetings show how leaders lost interest in making the yuan’s value more market-based, ditching changes announced in August.

Startup Investors Invoke Obscure Law to Open Up Books

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A Delaware corporate law, which can compel locally incorporated firms to open their books to shareholders, is a potentially valuable tool for thousands of tech workers and other small investors who now question their shares’ worth.

Airbus Tackles Its Procrastination Problem

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Airbus executives are trying to end what has become an unwanted annual rite: the plane maker’s scramble to hit its year-end jet-delivery promise.

Germany's Bayer Offers $62 Billion in Cash for Monsanto

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German pharmaceutical and chemicals giant Bayer said it made an all-cash offer to acquire Monsanto for $62 billion, valuing the U.S. company at a substantial premium in a deal that would create the world’s largest agrochemicals company.

Sony Expects Deeper Loss for Image-Sensor Business

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Sony says profits at its device unit will be hit by the impact of earthquakes in southern Japan, where its factory halted operations for several weeks.

China's Brokerages: The Next Leverage Frontier

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Regulatory changes that could boost leverage at the heart of China’s shaky financial markets seem like an invitation to trouble

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