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Oil's drop could leave a stain on earnings

NEW YORK Heading into second-quarter earnings season, investors are looking for a continuation of strong U.S. company results to justify high stock valuations, now trading near their loftiest levels since 2004.

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Anthem to pay record $115 million to settle U.S. lawsuits over data breach

Anthem Inc , the largest U.S. health insurance company, has agreed to settle litigation over hacking in 2015 that compromised about 79 million people's personal information for $115 million, which lawyers said would be the largest settlement ever for a data breach.

Jun 23 2017

Even with Whole Foods, Amazon would need many more warehouses to reshape grocery delivery

If Amazon.com Inc hopes to revolutionize grocery delivery, then its bid to buy Whole Foods Market Inc for $13.7 billion will be just the start of a long and costly process.

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VW ex-manager should stay in Germany: lawyer in Bild

BERLIN A lawyer for one of the former Volkswagen managers sought in the United States in connection with the carmaker's diesel emissions-cheating scandal has advised him not to leave Germany, she told a German daily.

Jun 23 2017

Russia's fighter jet makers 'not afraid' of U.S. competition in India

PARIS Russian military aviation firm MiG said on Friday it was ready to deepen its cooperation with India, just days after U.S. arms maker Lockheed Martin Corp agreed with Tata Advanced Systems to build F-16 fighters there.

Honda engineer debunks own claim about cause of Takata air bag failures

DETROIT Honda Motor Co on Friday released a 2013 email in which one of its engineers suggested that he knew some hidden truth about "the root cause" of Takata Corp air bag failures, but the engineer later said he was mistaken.

Jun 23 2017

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