Lloyds Bank's Escape From Crisis Era Pays Broad Dividends

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The U.K.’s market-leading lender has little room to grow its business, but that won’t hold back payouts.

Fed Minutes Could Offer Hints on Timing of Rate Rises

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Minutes from the Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting, to be released Wednesday, could provide insight on what officials are thinking about the timing of interest-rate increases and possible fiscal policy changes under the Trump administration.

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.

Bayer CEO Confident Monsanto Purchase Will Be Approved by End of Year

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The chief executive of the German conglomerate said he was confident its planned $57 billion acquisition of the U.S. company would overcome any regulatory obstacles and close by the end of the year, despite delays with antitrust authorities.

Peugeot Chief Seeks to Turn from Hunted to Hunter

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Peugeot CEO Carlos Tavares spent his first three years in the repair shop, working to fix a French auto maker that many thought had seen its best days. Now he is ready to drive the company onto the world stage.

The Inevitable Turn in World's Most Important Property Market

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China’s housing prices are weakening once again. While the bubble may not be getting bigger, the problems haven’t gone away.

When Voting With Your Feet Works Better Than Shareholder Activism

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Selling out is the best thing investors can do about French industrial champion Safran’s dubious decision to take over Zodiac.

$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.

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