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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. | Video

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CEO of Raytheon's Forcepoint eyes IPO: Boersen-Zeitung

FRANKFURT U.S. missile maker Raytheon's cybersecurity unit could thrive were it to be listed separately, the head of the unit, Forcepoint, told German business daily Boersenzeitung in an interview published on Saturday.

Italian government decree for Veneto banks delayed to Sunday: source

MILAN An Italian government decree that will start liquidation proceedings for two ailing Veneto-based lenders, Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca, is set to be delayed to Sunday, a government source said.

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India's Infosys says reassessing long-term goals due to tougher market

Bengaluru Infosys Ltd, India's second-biggest software services exporter, is re-evaluating its long-term targets because tougher market conditions have made them appear "daunting", the company's chairman said on Saturday.

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