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.

Will Homeowners Shell Out Thousands for Super Batteries?

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Tesla and other companies are jumping into the budding business of electricity-storage batteries, but the current market is very small.

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, creating a friendlier shopping experience and offering clothes that are more in sync with today’s trends.

Teck's Cuts Won't Fire Up Coal Prices

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Teck’s temporary shutdowns are an important step in stabilizing coking coal prices—but aren’t enough.

J.P. Morgan Expected to Lay Off More Than 5,000 by Next Year

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J.P. Morgan has begun layoffs that are expected to total more than 5,000 by next year, people familiar with the matter said. This latest phase of cuts started earlier this year and would eliminate at least 2% of the bank’s workforce.

Google Unveils Apple Pay Rival

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Google revised its mobile-payment service with new partners, stepping up competition with Apple in an area with big promise and multiple challenges.

Google Unveils Apple Pay Rival

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Google revised its mobile-payment service with new partners, stepping up competition with Apple in an area with big promise and multiple challenges.

Crosscurrents From the Windy City

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Ahead of the Tape: The Chicago Business Barometer gave what seems like a false recession alarm this winter. The question is why.

Avago Dives Deep With Broadcom

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Avago’s purchase of Broadcom comes with a hefty price tag. But the chip maker has shown can make deal-making work.

Libor Accused Received Help From Boss, Evidence Shows

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Tom Hayes, the former UBS trader accused of being the ringleader of a global interest-rate-rigging conspiracy, received a helping hand from his boss, according to evidence presented at his London trial on Thursday.

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