BlackBerry Launches Its Second Android Phone

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BlackBerry unveiled a second Android-powered phone, doubling down on efforts to revive its struggling handset business even as its first bet on the popular operating system has yet to pay off.

Low Fuel Costs Help JetBlue's Profit Rise

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JetBlue Airways Corp. said its second-quarter earnings rose 18% and the discount carrier continued to benefit from low fuel costs.

5 Things to Watch at the Fed Meeting

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Federal Reserve officials are virtually certain to leave interest rates unchanged at their meeting that wraps up Wednesday, but their policy statement will be scrutinized for any clues to whether a September rate increase is in play.

Why Sand Is the Oil Industry's Bellwether

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Sand miners have rebounded, bolstering evidence that fracking and the oil and gas market have bottomed.

Mobileye Ends Partnership With Tesla

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Mobileye, the largest supplier of camera-based advanced driver assistance safety systems, said on Tuesday that its agreement to supply Tesla with systems used in its Autopilot driver-assist system wouldn’t continue beyond the current product cycle.

Job Hopping Executives No Longer Pay a Penalty

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The stigma of job hopping, moving from job to job every few years, is starting to fade as companies seek high-level hires with multiple recent employers.

Brexit Adds to Risks for Britain's Former Phone Monopoly

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BT Group’s status as Europe’s strongest big telecom group is under threat—whatever settlement it agrees with the U.K. regulator.

Why Investors Are Too Wary of Some Brexit Blows

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Virgin Money may be too optimistic in its outlook, but investor pessimism is also overdone.

Anglo American Just Scratching Surface in Effort to Slim Down

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As the diversified mining company tries to exit coal and sell other businesses to reduce debt, its CEO is under increasing pressure from anxious investors.

New-Home Sales Posted Solid Gain in First Half

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Sales of newly built homes rose solidly in the first half of 2016, including an increase in June, a sign of healthy momentum in the U.S. housing market aided by low interest rates.

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