Hyatt Invests in Home Rentals Firm
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Hyatt Invests in Home Rentals Firm

Hotel operator Hyatt takes a stake in a company that books short-term stays at high-end homes in London, New York, Paris and Los Angeles, a business that challenges traditional lodging companies.

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BlackBerry CEO’s Compensation Falls
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BlackBerry CEO’s Compensation Falls

BlackBerry CEO John Chen’s compensation dropped significantly in fiscal 2015, largely because he didn’t benefit from a grant of restricted shares that he had received in the prior year.

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Uber in Talks for $1 Billion Credit Facility With Banks
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Uber in Talks for $1 Billion Credit Facility With Banks

Uber Technologies is seeking a $1 billion credit line from banks, people familiar with the matter said.

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Translating Videogame ‘OddWings Escape’ Helps It Soar
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Translating Videogame ‘OddWings Escape’ Helps It Soar

A Helsinki-based studio released the puzzle game “Oddwings Escape” in 15 languages simultaneously, boosting its sales.

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The Man Who Lost $14 Billion in One Day
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The Man Who Lost $14 Billion in One Day

Li Hejun, once considered China’s richest man based on his stake in a solar company, made a lot of money as local stock markets boomed. On Wednesday, he lost a big part of his fortune.

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H-P Says Breakup Will Cost Billions
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H-P Says Breakup Will Cost Billions

Hewlett-Packard Co.’s upcoming breakup into two separate companies will cost billions—but there will be $1 billion in cost savings too, the company said Thursday.

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Salesforce Revenue Outpaces Wall Street Views
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Salesforce Revenue Outpaces Wall Street Views

Salesforce.com showed it could continue to post heady growth even as it graduated from Internet upstart to old-guard stalwart, with revenue up 23% year-on-year in its fiscal first quarter.

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Criminal Cases Roil Food Industry
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Criminal Cases Roil Food Industry

ConAgra’s agreement to plead guilty to a federal misdemeanor charge stemming from a 2006-2007 salmonella outbreak spotlights how stepped-up enforcement of food-safety laws is shaking up the industry.

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Lenovo Posts Lower Profit
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Lenovo Posts Lower Profit

Lenovo’s net profit for the quarter through March fell 36.7% from a year earlier.

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Spotify Adds Video to Music Service
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Spotify Adds Video to Music Service

Music-streaming service Spotify is entering the hotly competitive Web-video business, announcing Wednesday that it has added streaming video and podcasts to its offerings.

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Banks to Pay $5.6 Billion in Penalties in FX, Libor Probe
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Banks to Pay $5.6 Billion in Penalties in FX, Libor Probe

Five global banks have agreed to pay more than $5 billion in combined penalties and will plead guilty to criminal charges to resolve a long running U.S. investigation into whether traders at the banks colluded to move foreign currency rates to benefit their own positions.

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Can You Sue the Boss Over Late-Night Email?
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Can You Sue the Boss Over Late-Night Email?

Company-issued smartphones have obliterated the line between the workday and off hours. For employers and workers, 8 p.m. emails from the boss aren’t just disrupting home life-they’re raising legal questions, too. Lauren Weber joins the News Hub. Photo: iStock/Minerva Studio

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Flipkart Valued at $15 Billion
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Flipkart Valued at $15 Billion

Flipkart raised $550 million from existing investors in a deal that raises its valuation to about $15 billion.

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Yale Gives Former Leader $8.5 Million
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Yale Gives Former Leader $8.5 Million

The university made the unprecedented lump-sum payment to former president Richard C. Levin, highlighting the increasingly lucrative compensation packages for the heads of top colleges.

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Cash Crunch, for Many, Is a Monthly Woe
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Cash Crunch, for Many, Is a Monthly Woe

American households across the wealth spectrum increasingly face sharp swings in monthly income and spending, says a J.P. Morgan study that underscores the unpredictability of the U.S. labor market.

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