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North Korea, Fed nerves stifle global stocks, euro still groggy

LONDON World stocks and the euro fell for a fourth day on Tuesday, as investors who had piled into both all year took a step back as the list of global uncertainties began to lengthen again.

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Alibaba takes control of logistics business, pledges $15 billion to expand network

HONG KONG/BEIJING Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba Group has taken control of logistics unit Cainiao and pledged to spend 100 billion yuan ($15 billion) over five years to build out a global logistics network, underscoring aggressive expansion plans overseas.

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Alstom and Siemens rail deal stirs French political passions

MUNICH/PARIS Siemens and Alstom are expected to announce a deal merging their rail operations on Tuesday, a Franco-German industrial breakthrough for President Emmanuel Macron but a move already riling opposition politicians.

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Under activist pressure, Nestle sets margin goal

LONDON/ZURICH Nestle , under pressure from activist shareholder Third Point, set an operating margin target for the first time, although it was seen as conservative and fell short of rival Unilever's ambitions .

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China's iQiyi considers U.S. listing as early as 2018: source

HONG KONG/BEIJING Baidu Inc's video streaming service iQiyi, a Chinese-style Netflix , is eyeing a potential initial public offering in the United States as early as next year, a person with direct knowledge of the plans said on Tuesday. The listing could value the company at between $8 billion and $10 billion, Bloomberg reported earlier, citing two people familiar with the matter.

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Disney tests new store design as shoppers go online

LOS ANGELES Walt Disney Co is testing the first major redesign of its retail stores in seven years, adding interactive experiences and live streams of theme park parades to lure consumers tempted by online shopping.

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