Cheap Fuel's Benefits Are a Slow Burn

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Low gasoline prices haven’t spurred consumer spending, but the impact may be felt in coming months.

It's Time to Profit from Tiffany's Pain

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Tiffany is exposed to the strong dollar and the fluctuations of the global economy. But much of that may be priced in.

Smucker Results Top Expectations

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J.M. Smucker reported better-than-expected profit and revenue growth for its first quarter, helped by a jump in U.S. coffee sales after a new-product launch and improvements in pricing.

The Case for a September Fed Rate Rise

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Market turmoil has cast doubt on the Fed’s September intentions. But a rate increase remains very much on the table.

Technical Issues Hit ITG's Dark Pool

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A private trading venue operated by ITG was taken off line around 1 p.m. because of a technical problem at the data center where it is located, an executive said.

GDP Numbers Reveal Momentum Underlying U.S. Economy

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Consumer, business and government spending helped propel better-than-expected U.S. growth in the second quarter.

McDonald's, Tyson Cut Ties to Farm Over Alleged Animal Abuse

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McDonald’s and Tyson Foods severed ties with a Tennessee poultry farm after an animal-rights group on Thursday released video footage from the facility that showed chickens being stabbed, clubbed and crushed to death.

New Orleans's Uneven Revival in Decade After Katrina

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Residents and tourists have returned to New Orleans in the decade since Hurricane Katrina, but the city’s economy remains skewed toward low-wage jobs.

Ruling Paves Way for Trial on Caesars Creditor Lawsuit

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A federal judge said Caesars Entertainment and a group of bondholders should prepare for a trial in a lawsuit over Caesars’ guarantees of billions of dollars of its operating unit’s debt.

FDA Warns Cigarette Makers on 'Natural' Labeling

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The FDA sent warning letters targeting the owners of top-10 cigarettes brands Winston and Natural American Spirit for violating federal law by marketing the brands as “additive-free” or “natural.”

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