SEC Requires Energy Companies to Disclose Payments to Governments

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Energy companies will have to report their payments to governments for extracting oil, gas and minerals under rules the Securities and Exchange Commission completed Monday, three years after a federal judge tossed out an earlier version of the measure.

ZTE's Temporary Sanction Relief Extended

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The U.S. extended the temporary lifting of sanctions on ZTE, as the Chinese maker of telecommunications equipment tries to rebuild its reputation after being accused of trade-rule violations.

Don't Expect Nike Shares to Grab This Rebound

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The coming Summer Olympic Games likely won’t be the positive catalyst investors might expect for Nike’s stock.

Why Sony's Stock Is A 'Brexit' Bargain

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‘Brexit’ has thrown Sony into a tug-of-war between global currencies. Yet that is mostly a distraction from the Japanese electronics giant’s turnaround.

Brexit Vote Pours Cold Water on Tata Steel's Sale Plans

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The U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union could cast doubts over Tata Steel’s efforts to sell its businesses in Britain, analysts said.

U.S. Extends Temporary Trade Sanction Relief for China's ZTE

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The U.S. government has decided to extend the temporary lifting of its trade sanctions on ZTE Corp. through Aug. 30.

Lyft Hires M&A Banker Qatalyst Partners

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Ride-hailing startup Lyft has hired Qatalyst Partners, the boutique investment bank best known for helping tech companies find a buyer, according to people familiar with the matter.

Online Shopping Forces Retailers to Rethink Inventory Strategy

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Retailers are trying to figure out ways to profitably serve online shoppers while making their network of stores less of a financial burden. Home Depot, for example, is targeting sales growth of nearly 15% by 2018, but wants to keep inventory levels flat or slightly down.

Why Some Big Insurers Lack 'Brexit' Cover

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Market volatility after the U.K. referendum to leave the EU threatens banks first, insurers and fund managers next.

GE Strikes Deals to Sell Most of U.S. Restaurant Finance Assets

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General Electric Co. has struck three agreements to sell the bulk of its U.S. restaurant loan portfolio as the industrial conglomerate continues to unwind its financial arm to focus on high-tech products, like jet engines and power turbines.

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