Class of 2015 Is Summa Cum Lucky in the Job Market

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These college grads are blessed with a jobless rate below the average of the past 40 years, foretelling higher wages in the years ahead.

Amazon to Add Its Own Line of Food

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Amazon.com is preparing to broadly expand its fledgling lineup of private-label brands to include grocery items such as milk, cereal, and baby food, as well as household cleaners.

A Womb With a View: App to Help IVF Patients Monitor Embryos

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A new smartphone app could allow doctors and couples receiving in vitro fertilization treatment to monitor the growth of embryos in a lab thousands of miles away.

Abercrombie & Fitch Results Miss Expectations

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The business of remaking Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is costly. The company’s first-quarter loss was dragged down by a series of charges aimed at revitalizing the company by dialing back its sex-infused image.

Scandal in World Soccer Pressures Sponsors

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The indictments alleging corruption among FIFA officials leave corporate sponsors facing dilemma of whether to back away from the powerful marketing outlet of the world’s most popular game.

GameStop Results Boosted by New Software Sales

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GameStop reported a better-than-expected 8.5% increase in quarterly earnings, boosted in part by strong sales of new videogames.

Madoff Accountants Gets Light Sentence

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The accountant in Bernard L. Madoff’s giant Ponzi scheme, David G. Friehling, received a relatively light sentence of home detention but no additional prison time Thursday because of his cooperation with prosecutors.

China to Ease Limits on Overseas Investments

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Beijing is set to announce changes that will allow individuals and businesses to directly purchase stocks, bonds and real estate in foreign markets—part of a long-stated goal of making the yuan a global currency.

China's Tech Firms Aim to Stay Home

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China’s stock market and more favorable domestic regulations are driving tech firms to plan to list shares in China instead of the U.S.

China's Tech Firms Aim to Stay Home

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China’s stock market and more favorable domestic regulations are driving tech firms to plan to list shares in China instead of the U.S.

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