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Wal-Mart Courts Lord & Taylor for Online Challenge to AmazonWal-Mart Courts Lord & Taylor for Online Challenge to Amazon

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is near a deal to add Lord & Taylor to its website, part of a broader effort by the retail giant to build an online shopping destination that can compete with Amazon.com Inc.

Daimler Earnings Hit as Diesel Scandal LingersDaimler Earnings Hit as Diesel Scandal Lingers

Daimler reported a sharp fall in quarterly profit, as its flagship premium car brand Mercedes-Benz was hammered by airbag-related recalls and the cost of fixing emissions controls on diesel vehicles.

Former Dean Foods Chairman Gets 2 Years for Insider TradingFormer Dean Foods Chairman Gets 2 Years for Insider Trading

A federal judge sentenced Thomas C. Davis, the former chairman of Dean Foods Co., to two years in prison for engaging in a long-running insider trading scheme with legendary Las Vegas gambler William “Billy” Walters.

Tencent's 'Honor of Kings' Tries to Crack the U.S.Tencent's 'Honor of Kings' Tries to Crack the U.S.

China’s Tencent is banking on a successful launch abroad for ‘Honor of Kings,’ but the hit smartphone game faces an uphill battle in the U.S., where the company can’t lean on its popular messaging apps to hook players.

Trick or Treat? Italian Candy Maker Comes Knocking on U.S. DoorTrick or Treat? Italian Candy Maker Comes Knocking on U.S. Door

Italian confectioner Ferrero just bit off another piece of the U.S. candy market and is already thinking about taking a much bigger bite—a bid to buy Nestlé’s U.S. candy business.

GOP Divided Over Monetary Policy as Fed Chief Pick LoomsGOP Divided Over Monetary Policy as Fed Chief Pick Looms

After criticizing the Fed for the past eight years, Republicans have a chance to change the course of the central bank when President Donald Trump nominates someone to take the helm in early 2018. But they are divided over which direction monetary policy should take.

Changes in Store for Foreign Companies' Tax Treatment in U.S.Changes in Store for Foreign Companies' Tax Treatment in U.S.

Foreign companies operating in the U.S. could face major changes in their tax bills under an overhaul planned by Republicans. Those could include new surtaxes or limits on how much the companies can deduct on expenses.