Japan Slides Back Into Trade Deficit

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Japan slipped back into a trade deficit in April as crude-oil imports rose, but stronger-than-expected exports provided a bright spot for the economy.

Audi Bets on Connected Cars in China

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German luxury auto maker Audi is betting on connected cars in China to attract and keep customers as demand for high-end cars wanes.

John Nash,'A Beautiful Mind' That Changed Economics, Dies in Crash

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John Nash, a mathematician whose work on the nature of human negotiation changed modern economics and whose personal struggles with mental illness touched millions, died Saturday in a car crash along with his wife, Alicia.

Barrick Gold Sells Cowal Mine

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Barrick Gold said it will sell an Australian gold operation to Evolution Mining for $550 million, one of several planned sales aimed at helping the miner reduce billions of dollars in debt.

Barrick Gold Sells Cowal Mine

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Barrick Gold said it will sell an Australian gold operation to Evolution Mining for $550 million, one of several planned sales aimed at helping the miner reduce billions of dollars in debt.

Sirius Resources Gets $1.4 Billion Takeover Offer

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Sirius Resources, which is building a vast nickel mine in Western Australia state, agreed to a cash-and-shares takeover offer worth $1.4 billion by larger rival Independence Group.

Sirius Resources Gets $1.4 Billion Takeover Offer

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Sirius Resources, which is building a vast nickel mine in Western Australia state, agreed to a cash-and-shares takeover offer worth $1.4 billion by larger rival Independence Group.

Oil Companies Look to Join Climate Debate

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Oil companies are ratcheting up their involvement in the debate over climate change as governments, activists, churches and some big investors gear up for a global summit on the issue at the end of the year in Paris.

Amazon Changes Tax Practices in Europe

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Amazon.com has started booking revenue from retail sales in individual European countries, instead of funneling all sales through low-tax Luxembourg.

Japan Stocks Lead Asia Up

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Japan stocks led Asian markets mostly higher in early Monday trading, helped by a higher dollar, which fueled buying in export-related shares.

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