Yen, bonds, gold all gain at dollar's expense, stocks sag

SYDNEY Fresh cracks appeared in global markets on Thursday as investors sought the safety of Japanese yen, gold and top-rated bonds while dumping U.S. dollars on bets the Federal Reserve could be done raising interest rates.

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Yahoo announces first round of layoffs as it trims 15 percent of workforce

SAN FRANCISCO Yahoo Inc announced Wednesday it will lay off 107 employees in the first of what is expected to be more than 1,500 job cuts.

10 Feb 2016

Walgreens threatens to pull out of Theranos partnership: WSJ

Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc , the largest U.S. drugstore chain, threatened to terminate its relationship with Theranos Inc unless the blood-testing company quickly fixes the problems found by federal inspectors at its laboratory in California, the Wall Street Journal reported.

10 Feb 2016

Mylan to buy Swedish drugmaker Meda in $7.2 billion deal

Generic drugmaker Mylan NV said it would acquire Meda AB in a $7.2 billion cash-and-stock deal in its third attempt to buy the Swedish company.

10 Feb 2016

JetBlue sets up VC unit to fund startups in travel, hospitality

JetBlue Airways Corp said on Thursday it launched a venture capital unit that would invest in technology startups in the travel and hospitality industry.

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Boeing says to cut commercial airplane jobs to reduce costs

SEATTLE Boeing Co said on Wednesday it would cut jobs at its commercial airplane unit, addressing intense pressure to reduce costs and compete with Airbus even as the industry booms.

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