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Despite 5% Increase, Disney Revenue Disappoints Analysts
LOS ANGELES - As the Walt Disney Company extends its growth streak, it is bumping into a challenge faced by high-flying companies of all kinds: With great success comes even greater expectations.
Walt Disney Co. earnings: 5 things to know  Los Angeles Times
Cord-Cutting Clouds Disney Outlook Despite 3Q Earnings Beat  ABC News
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US luxury fashion retailer Neiman Marcus files for IPO
U.S. luxury fashion retailer Neiman Marcus Group Inc filed with U.S. regulators on Tuesday for an initial public offering, the second time in two years it has unveiled plans to go public.
Neiman Marcus files for IPO two years after sale  The Australian Financial Review
Neiman Marcus Files for IPO Less Than Two Years After Sale  Bloomberg
Netflix offers new parents "unlimited" leave
Netflix said Tuesday it will allow new parents up to a year of paid time off, becoming one of the tech industry's most generous major companies in offering parental leave.
Netflix Offers Expanded Maternity and Paternity Leave  New York Times
Netflix will offer a year of unlimited leave for new moms and dads  Washington Post
Apple Is Slipping in a Universe Where Success Is Relative
Take a peek at the stock market today, and you might get the impression that Apple wasn't one of the most mind-blowingly profitable companies of all time.
Apple Slump Deepens on iPhone, China Concerns  ABC News
Does Apple's weakness spell market trouble?  CNBC
Dollar stands tall after Fed's Lockhart supports September rate hike
TOKYO The dollar stood tall against the yen and euro early on Wednesday after Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart expressed his support for an interest rate hike in September.
US Stocks Fall as Fed's Lockhart Says Economy Ready for Rate Increase  Wall Street Journal
Dollar Rises to Four-Month High as Lockhart Touts September Hike  Bloomberg
World of Warcraft subscriptions drop to all-time low
World of Warcraft has experienced periodic lulls in game subscriptions since its release in 2005. There have been times during the game's 10 year life where there have been gentle drops, followed by a steady climb up.
World of Warcraft subscriptions plummet to the lowest in 10 years  SiliconANGLE (blog)
More Gamers, More Gaming Lead Activision Blizzard Higher in Q2  Motley Fool
T-Mobile beats Sprint to become No. 3 wireless carrier
At first, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said the move up in position would come last year. The company's un-carrier marketing campaign helped it make it happen.
Paring Sprint's Subscriber Gains  Wall Street Journal
Sprint is burning through cash and its biggest shareholder is stepping in to ...  Business Insider
Air Canada Bans Shipments of Big-Game Hunting Trophies
Air Canada says it will no longer transport big-game hunting trophies after the killing of a well-known lion in Zimbabwe by an American dentist drew international attention.
While airlines ban hunting trophy shipments, UPS says it won't bow to ...  Washington Post
US airlines refuse to fly 'trophies'  Times LIVE
UPDATE 5-Drugmaker Shire bids $30 bln for Baxter spin-off Baxalta
... * Goes public with all-share offer after private approach rebuffed. * Baxalta issues statement saying offer undervalues company.
Shire Seeks to Lure Baxalta Into Talks With $30 Billion Bid  Bloomberg
Genworth Mortgage Insurance Australia profit falls 25pc in first half
Genworth Mortgage Insurance Australia has reported a net profit of $113 million for the six months ended June 30 - a 25 per cent plunge from 2014 after the insurer lost one of its biggest clients, Westpac Banking Corp, in February.
Genworth to pay special dividend  The Australian
Genworth net profit slump 25 per cent  Sky News Australia