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Breakingviews: Peak Market?

Carlyle’s quest for distressed assets comes as tax-cut hopes have fanned a Wall Street euphoria. Maybe the private equity investor is on to something......»»

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Your Money Adviser: Little Credit History? Lenders Are Taking a New Look at You

New credit scoring models, using data like rent and cellphone payments, are coming into vogue as lenders seek to bring in more borrowers......»»

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Morning Agenda: Uber’s Tough Week, Tech Acrimony and Manufacturing

Uber is still reeling over sexual harassment allegations from a former employee and now is being sued by Waymo, the self-driving car business spun out of Google’s parent company......»»

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China Names Guo Shuqing, a Rapid-Fire Regulator, to Oversee Troubled Banks

The appointment of the respected official could signal Beijing’s desire to address deep financial problems holding back the Chinese economy......»»

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China Names Guo Shuqing, Known for Rapid-Fire Change, to Oversee Troubled Banks

The appointment of the respected official could signal Beijing’s desire to address deep financial problems holding back the Chinese economy......»»

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Snapchat Founders’ Grip Tightened After a Spat With an Early Investor

A big question about the I.P.O. of Snap is why its creators retain such outsize voting control. The answer lies in their history with a venture capital firm......»»

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Breakingviews: He Who Lives by the Stock Market Rally …

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says the market’s record highs show faith in promises of tax reform and stimulus, but some policies may portend a downturn......»»

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Jury Rejects U.S. Seizure of Luxury Cars From Exporters

The ruling is something of a conclusion to a crackdown on companies that used middlemen to buy cars from American dealers and sell them for big profits in China......»»

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Banking Industry Addresses Diversity, Adding Women to Boards

Women made up 26 percent of the directors in the banking industry last year, tied with the retail industry and better than the average in Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index......»»

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Common Sense: Cadillac Ad Tries to Bridge Nation’s Chasm, Without Falling In

On the Oscar broadcast, the message will be working together to overcome challenges. But these days, can even invoking unity be a risk for a brand?.....»»

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Morning Agenda: Financial Start-Ups, Uber Culture, SolarCity Questions

Silicon Valley may have upended plenty of industries, but digital banking ventures have sought to work with traditional players instead of trying to overthrow them......»»

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Some Fed Officials Support Moving Faster to Raise Interest Rate

The minutes of the Fed’s latest meeting, on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, show that “many participants” wanted to act “fairly soon” but that a core group remained cautious......»»

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Street Scene: In Valeant Stake, Still Unresolved Questions for Activist Investor

The billionaire investor William A. Ackman knew about Valeant’s hostile bid for Allergan and profited from it, raising questions that could come back to haunt him......»»

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SolarCity’s Ties to Foreclosure Cases Raise Questions on Vetting Policies

The company, owned by Tesla, relies on monthly payments from solar panel customers. But foreclosures can halt those payments, and SolarCity relies on only one credit check to vet customers......»»

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Home Foreclosure Cases Raise Questions About SolarCity Policies

The company, owned by Tesla, relies on monthly payments from solar panel customers. But foreclosures can halt those payments, and SolarCity relies on only one credit check to vet customers......»»

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Silicon Valley Tried to Upend Banks. Now It Works With Them.

Financial start-ups hoping to become the Facebook of banking have had to work with the financial industry instead of displacing it......»»

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Some Fed Members Back Quicker Move on Rates

The minutes of the central bank’s latest meeting show “many participants,” though not a majority, pushed to raise rates “fairly soon” if the economy keeps growing......»»

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Breakingviews: Food Industry May Follow the Brewers’ Merger Frenzy

Kraft Heinz’s aborted $143 billion bid for Unilever could nudge General Mills, Mondelez and others into seeking deals......»»

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Unilever to Review Options After Takeover Bid Is Withdrawn

The consumer goods company said it would seek to “accelerate delivery of value for the benefit of our shareholders” after Kraft Heinz backed away from a deal......»»

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Morning Agenda: Anti-Globalist or Globe-Trotter, and a Mercantilist Age

While President Trump has sought to take a tough stance on immigration and national borders, his businesses have filed trademark applications around the world......»»

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