Asian Pilot Demand Lifts Flight Schools

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Flight schools in Australia and the U.S. are aiming to tap the boom in commercial aviation in Asia, where airlines face a shortage of pilots.

Blurry Job Picture Poses Test for Fed

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U.S. employment growth slowed in August but the jobless rate fell to the lowest level since 2008, a mixed labor-market reading less than two weeks before a crucial Federal Reserve meeting.

Blurry Job Picture Poses Test for Fed

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U.S. employment growth slowed in August but the jobless rate fell to the lowest level since 2008, a mixed labor-market reading less than two weeks before a crucial Federal Reserve meeting.

Canada's Top Court Rules in Favor of Ecuador Villagers in Chevron Case

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In a boost to Ecuadorean villagers’ bid to enforce a $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron, Canada’s top court ruled they can move forward with an effort to seize assets tied to the oil company.

GVC Wins Race to Acquire Bwin.party

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Sports-betting and online-gambling operator GVC Holdings PLC said it had clinched a deal to buy Bwin.party Digital Entertainment PLC after beating an offer from online-gambling peer 888 Holdings PLC.

Chinese Companies Share Investors' Pain

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China’s listed companies joined in the market mania, buying up shares in one another. Now the holdings that padded earnings as prices boomed threaten to gut them as they plunge.

Chinese Companies Share Investors' Pain

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China’s listed companies joined in the market mania, buying up shares in one another. Now the holdings that padded earnings as prices boomed threaten to gut them as they plunge.

BASF, Gazprom Renew Abandoned Asset-Swap Plan

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Germany’s BASF and Russia’s Gazprom will complete an asset-swap deal signed in 2013 but called off last year amid tension between Russia and the West.

G-20 Increasingly Concerned About Slowing Chinese Economy

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China’s market routs and a string of weak data are fueling concern among Group of 20 officials that a slowing Chinese economy could fuel further market instability and push global growth deeper into a long-term rut.

A Banker Beat Down That Could Hurt Housing

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Banks are likely to keep pulling back from making FHA loans, which could crimp growth in the housing market.

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