Once Again, Oracle Must Reinvent Itself

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Oracle's Larry Ellison was a master of corporate reinvention. But today the database powerhouse he built faces challenges, and his departure as CEO intensifies the central issue surrounding the company's future: Can Oracle endure tectonic shifts that are reshaping its market?

Alibaba Debut Makes a Splash

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Alibaba shares surged 38% to $93.89 in their market debut, making the Chinese e-commerce giant one of the most valuable companies in the U.S.

NFL Seeks to Redo Conduct Policies

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell tried to end the controversy swirling around his league in his most expanded comments since a domestic-violence scandal erupted two weeks ago.

Baseball Suit Calls Out Minor-League Pay

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A lawsuit against Major League Baseball and its 30 teams says minor-league players make less than required by state and federal laws governing minimum wage and overtime.

Vodafone Offers to Buy 140 Phones 4u Stores

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Vodafone Group PLC said it has made an undisclosed offer to buy 140 Phones 4u stores, which has been accepted by the stricken British cellphone retailer's private-equity owners.

Why Taylor Swift and One Direction Play for Peanuts

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The iHeartRadio Music Festival is expected to draw some 20,000 fans to Las Vegas this weekend—but it won't be much of a payday for the headlining acts, including Taylor Swift and One Direction.

American Airlines, Flight Attendants Reach Tentative Agreement

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American Airlines said it reached a tentative agreement on a collective bargaining agreement for more than 24,000 of its flight attendants.

Hertz to Pay Ex-CEO Frissora $10.5 Million Cash

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Hertz Global Holdings said it will pay former Chief Executive Mark Frissora about $10.5 million in cash, a majority of his bonus for 2014 and other equity-related compensation as part of a separation agreement.

Grupo Mexico Chairman Quits Televisa Board to Bid for TV License

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The chairman of Mexican mining and railroad company Grupo Mexico, German Larrea, has resigned from the board of broadcaster Grupo Televisa as he seeks to bid on new digital TV network concessions.

Christie's to Sell Pricey Preowned Handbags in Hong Kong

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Christie's will hold its first sale in Hong Kong dedicated to pricey preowned handbags. The auctioneer is relying on 26-year-old Matthew Rubinger to attract buyers.

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