Goldman Results Beat Estimates

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Goldman's results come as the investment bank's fixed, income, currencies and commodities trading business, a crucial profit engine for more than a decade, has faced headwinds similar to those buffeting rivals.

Morgan Stanley's Profit Rises

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Morgan Stanley said its first-quarter profit rose while revenue climbed.

Fast-Rising Costs Erode Google's Profits

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Fast-rising expenses eroded Google's first-quarter profits, disappointing investors and sending Google shares lower in after-hours trading.

Ader in Proxy Fight With Bwin

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New York activist investor Jason Ader is rolling the dice on a proxy fight against London-listed online-gambling company Bwin.Party Digital, seeking to name four directors to the board.

Co-operative Group Reports Huge Loss

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Co-operative Group reported a $3.86 billion full-year net loss Thursday and said it hasn't decided yet whether to sink more money into part-owned Co-operative Bank.

OTP Bank to Withdraw from Crimea

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Hungary's largest bank by market share and capital, OTP Bank Nyrt., has decided to withdraw from the Crimean region by April 18, the bank said.

Mulberry Plans More Affordable Products

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Mulberry, the British luxury-goods brand, will introduce lower-priced products to reinvigorate slow sales, a reversal of its previous strategy to move upmarket.

Amazon Workers in Germany Strike Again

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Hundreds of Amazon workers in Germany are expected to walk off the job Thursday, according to services union Verdi, continuing a string of strikes aimed at swaying the e-commerce giant on wage levels.

Rémy Cointreau Takes Hit in China

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Rémy Cointreau said a sales decline in China would cause profit to fall up to 40% in the just-ended financial year.

European Car Sales Recover Further in March

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The European auto industry recovered further in March, with registrations up for the seventh consecutive month, boosted by demand for all the region's brands.

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