U.K. iPhone Users Allowed to Sue Google
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U.K. iPhone Users Allowed to Sue Google

A U.K. court ruled that British iPhone users can sue Google for allegedly tracking them inappropriately via Apple’s Safari Web browser.

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International Students Stream Into U.S. Colleges
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International Students Stream Into U.S. Colleges

American universities are enrolling unprecedented numbers of foreign students, driven by the rise of an affluent class in China and generous scholarships offered by oil-rich Gulf states such as Saudi Arabia.

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Google Makes Most of Ties to White House
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Google Makes Most of Ties to White House

Google’s access to high-ranking Obama administration officials, averaging a White House meeting a week, during a critical phase of the antitrust probe is one sign of the Internet giant’s reach in Washington.

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Apps Meerkat, Periscope in Race for Live-Video Supremacy
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Apps Meerkat, Periscope in Race for Live-Video Supremacy

Live-video streaming apps Meerkat and the newly introduced Periscope are going head-to-head in a race to become the dominant way for social-media users to broadcast their surroundings.

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Some Energy Companies Find the Going Tough
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Some Energy Companies Find the Going Tough

The ranks of financially stressed firms have swelled to a 4½-year high as the sharp drop in oil prices batters oil-and-gas companies.

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Investors Lured By Palm Oil’s Wild Ride
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Investors Lured By Palm Oil’s Wild Ride

Interest in trading palm oil futures is growing beyond its traditional heartlands in southeast Asia, thanks to growing consumption of the edible oil and opportunities for traders.

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Japan Robot Maker Fanuc Reveals Secrets
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Japan Robot Maker Fanuc Reveals Secrets

Fanuc, which helps make iPhones and Teslas, is opening its doors after long eschewing investor contacts.

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Mobile Alters Landscape Where Google Operates
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Mobile Alters Landscape Where Google Operates

Smartphone users spend most of their time in apps rather than Web browsing. But among those who search, Google has a big share.

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Google CFO Gets $70 Million Pay Package
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Google CFO Gets $70 Million Pay Package

Google’s incoming CFO, Ruth Porat, will receive a $5 million signing bonus plus $65 million worth of restricted stock, making her one of the highest paid CFOs.

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Deal-Hungry Brazilians Found Welcome Mat at Kraft
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Deal-Hungry Brazilians Found Welcome Mat at Kraft

When 3G Capital Partners came knocking on Kraft Foods Group’s door early this year, the deal-hungry Brazilian investment firm was welcomed.

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China Reels In Breaks for Business
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China Reels In Breaks for Business

Foxconn and other foreign businesses are fighting to save tax breaks and other benefits promised by Chinese cities and provinces, as Beijing cracks down on big spending by local governments.

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Budgeting Tool Used by 3G Attracts Wider Following
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Budgeting Tool Used by 3G Attracts Wider Following

Zero-based budgeting, the cost-cutting practice embraced by Kraft’s new owner 3G Capital, has caught on among big food companies and has been used by many public agencies. But is it right for just any business?

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Facebook to Beef Up Messenger Mobile App
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Facebook to Beef Up Messenger Mobile App

Facebook Inc. unveiled plans to beef up its Messenger mobile application to allow users to book reservations, track online orders and send custom videos, a push to make the app a tool for commerce.

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Movie Franchises, Now a Bargaining Chip
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Movie Franchises, Now a Bargaining Chip

Universal Pictures gave up a piece of “Furious 7” in a deal to secure “Ted 2,” an agreement that illustrates the increased value of franchises in Hollywood.

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How to Find a Printer You Don’t Want to Kill
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How to Find a Printer You Don’t Want to Kill

It’s 2015, why do we still hate our printers? WSJ’s Joanna Stern tells you how to find a printer you can tolerate, if not love.

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