$100 Million Stolen in 'Criminal Scheme' at ABB

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Swiss engineering company ABB said it uncovered a “sophisticated criminal scheme” in a South Korean subsidiary that led to about $100 million being stolen from the company.

Airbus Profit Hit by Charge on Troubled Military Plane Program

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Airbus reported a 66% fall in full-year net profit after the plane maker was hit by a $1.26 billion charge on a troubled key military aircraft program.

Why Verizon Decided to Stick With Yahoo Deal

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Verizon shaved the price it will pay for Yahoo’s core business but is pushing ahead with the deal, in a bet that the chance to expand into digital advertising trumps the risk of further fallout from massive data breaches at the struggling internet pioneer.

In Refugees, Companies Find a Talent Pool---and Training Challenges

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Refugees have become an important source of labor for some companies, but employers find they need to offer support services including translation, tips for navigating new homes and lives, and training in American-style management techniques.

Boeing Looks to Build Satellites More Quickly, With Fewer Workers

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Boeing is taking steps to build satellites more quickly through new production practices that will rely more on 3-D printing and involve fewer workers.

Air Products Bid for Chinese Rival Has Investors Pumped

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Air Products bid for Yingde Gases is a major test of U.S.-Chinese cross border investing.

Snap Kicks Off Pre-IPO Roadshow for Potential Investors

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Hundreds of potential investors crowded a ballroom of New York’s Mandarin Oriental on Tuesday to grill Snap Inc. executives about how they’re going to turn their popular disappearing-message app into a moneymaking machine.

Miners Are Back in the Black

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The world’s biggest miners are profit machines again, cashing in on soaring commodity prices and rewarding investors who stuck with them through a brutal downturn.

Wal-Mart, Home Depot Show Big Box Stores Aren't Dead

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Wal-Mart and Home Depot showed they can still find ways to entice shoppers to their physical stores, despite a continuing consumer shift toward online buying.

Carl Icahn Takes Stake in Bristol-Myers

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The same day Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. shook up its board to satisfy one activist investor, the drugmaker was faced with another: Carl Icahn, whose interest is fueling speculation the company could soon be put on the auction block.

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