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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

New York Times Business

JPMorgan’s Revenue Declines for Quarter

25 minutes ago
A gain in the bank’s earnings was driven largely by certain tax benefits, lower expenses and a decline in the amount put aside to cover credit losses. by NATHANIEL POPPER

JPMorgan Quarterly Profit Gets Boost From Cost Cuts, Tax Benefit

30 minutes ago
JPMorgan Chase & Co, the biggest U.S. bank by assets, reported a 22.3 percent rise in quarterly profit on Tuesday as lower costs, a tax benefit and a smaller provision for credit losses made up for weaker trading revenue. by REUTERS

Intel’s Results Reflect Move to Cloud Computing

54 minutes ago
The chip company’s net income per share and revenue were below last year’s but beat analysts’ estimates. by QUENTIN HARDY

David Linde, Formerly of Universal Pictures, to Lead Participant Media

1 hour 20 minutes ago
Participant, an issues-oriented entertainment company, had been temporarily overseen by its founder, Jeffrey Skoll, after the resignation of Jim Berk in April. by MICHAEL CIEPLY

WeWork Ends Combative Dispute With Former Janitorial Workers

1 hour 22 minutes ago
The start-up, which offers temporary office space with perks, said it would now use unionized contractors to provide janitorial services for its locations in New York and Boston. by DAVID GELLES

Economic Scene: Bringing Republicans to the Climate Change Table

4 hours 14 minutes ago
A Republican-compatible solution to address the changing climate does exist, experts say. by EDUARDO PORTER

Square Feet: Nashville’s Skyline Being Rebuilt by Building Boom

4 hours 18 minutes ago
A city that spent the 20th century spreading out horizontally is now going vertical. by KEITH SCHNEIDER

Dewey & LeBoeuf Leaders Cleared of Some Charges; Jury Deadlocked on Others

4 hours 39 minutes ago
The second partial verdict in a week makes the possibility of a mistrial in the case of the collapsed law firm likely. by MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN

Deal Professor: With EMC Deal, Dell Returns to Public Markets

5 hours 31 minutes ago
Because of the planned tracking stock in VMware, the computer maker will be subject to all the disclosure requirements of a public company. by STEVEN DAVIDOFF SOLOMON

White Collar Watch: Taking Measure of Volkswagen’s Cooperation

5 hours 32 minutes ago
While apologies can be comforting, its cooperation with investigators will be the true test of how it will be treated by the Justice Department. by PETER J. HENNING

Condé Nast Buys Pitchfork Media

5 hours 48 minutes ago
The publisher acquired the company behind the independent music website and quarterly magazine Pitchfork for an undisclosed amount. by RAVI SOMAIYA

Ireland, Accused of Giving Tax Breaks to Multinationals, Plans an Even Lower Rate

6 hours ago
The country will cut its 12.5 percent corporate tax rate in half for revenues pegged to patents and other intellectual property. by DOUGLAS DALBY and MARK SCOTT

Deal Professor: A Global Educator Seeks to Balance Profit and Social Good

6 hours 39 minutes ago
Laureate Education is going public as a so-called public benefit corporation, but a screen of lofty ideals could leave shareholders out. by STEVEN DAVIDOFF SOLOMON

In Debt: Inertia May Decide Fate of Proposed Changes to Bankruptcy Law

6 hours 42 minutes ago
At issue is move to make the bankruptcy the process cheaper for and potentially more favorable to businesses trying to reorganize. by STEPHEN J. LUBBEN

Wall St. Is Down on China Worries

7 hours 24 minutes ago
Shares in SABMiller, the world’s second largest brewer were up 10 percent on news of a takeover by the market leader Anheuser-Busch InBev. by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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