Germany lives in fear of ‘the lost son of Zeus’, according to this (German) video.

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Government urged to make use of the windfall from lower oil prices to make good on its reform promises.

Buffett’s strategy of buying solid companies at low prices has gotten more difficult in the United States.

J.C. Penney blamed former CEO Ron Johnson for its ongoing travails, including sluggish growth in its gross margins. A tepid forecast suggested relief would not be coming soon.

Barnes & Noble still plans to spin out its college division, which it says is worth $774 million. Wall Street disagrees.

Under Dimon, the bank has proven to be a viable training ground for future CEOs. A growing number of large financial firms are now run by its alumni.

Walmart’s modest wage hike isn’t just good for business. It’s proof the economy is doing better.