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James Wood Dies at 85; Revived Ailing Supermarket Chain by MARY WILLIAMS WALSH


By MARY WILLIAMS WALSH

Many thought A.&P. was a lost cause when Mr. Wood became chief in 1980, but he turned the company around and, in the process, renewed interest in stock options as executive compensation. 15 more words

HSBC Is Deemed Slow to Carry Out Changes by JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS


By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BEN PROTESS

Federal prosecutors said in a court filing that HSBC had failed to carry out terms of a do not prosecute agreement after the bank was found facilitating money laundering in 2012. 14 more words

New Stumble in Trial of Former Goldman Programmer by BEN PROTESS


By BEN PROTESS

The long-running case against Sergey Aleynikov, a former Goldman Sachs programmer, is set to begin on Monday after a judge rebuffed a request from the prosecution for a long delay. 14 more words

Prosecutors Ease Crackdown on Buyers of China-Bound Luxury Cars by MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN


By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN

Federal authorities in South Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Ohio have settled these export disputes by returning all of the seized cars.

Published: April 1, 2015 at 08:00PM… 12 more words

The PayPal Mafia’s Golden Touch by DAVID GELLES


By DAVID GELLES

Alumni from the payments company have established a reputation as the best in Silicon Valley at finding and funding the latest hot product or company. 15 more words

Oil Glut Is a Boon to Shippers, as Buyers Stock Up at Low Prices by STANLEY REED


By STANLEY REED

Although petroleum prices are down worldwide, the business of sending supertankers across the seas has never been brisker — or more global. 14 more words

560,000-Acre Swath of Florida Land Going on the Market by DAVID GELLES


By DAVID GELLES

The largest contiguous parcel of undeveloped private land east of the Mississippi River, owned by Foley Lumber and Land, is expected to bring in $1 billion or more. 14 more words