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Chip Designer ARM’s Profit Rises 36% – The Wall Street Journal

Chip designer ARM beat first-quarter expectations amid strong demand for its smartphone and tablet technology and said it expects 2015 revenue in dollar terms to meet expectations.

SAP Profit Plunges 23% – The Wall Street Journal

German business-software provider SAP posted a net profit decline of 23% for the first quarter as it makes the transition to cloud technology.

Publicis Posts Sales Jump – The Wall Street Journal

Publicis reported a 32% jump in first-quarter sales, boosted by the strong dollar and its latest digital acquisition.

Canon Ready to Snap Up Deal – The Wall Street Journal

Canon aims to spend another $3 billion to buy a company in a growth sector.

Riksbank Head Positive on Swedish Inflation – The Wall Street Journal

Sweden’s inflation rate should move toward the central bank’s 2% target next year after a lengthy period of ultraweak prices, Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves said.

Booking.com Settles Complaints – The Wall Street Journal

Booking.com will loosen pricing and availability contracts with hotels in several European countries, settling complaints that it has been stifling competition.

Behind Ginni Rometty’s Plan to Reboot IBM – The Wall Street Journal

Spending time with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty shows how she is trying to reinvent the nearly 104-year-old tech icon while it continues a yearslong slump.

Limited Fallout From Greek Bond Slump – The Wall Street Journal

Greek government bonds are in free fall. But looking at markets elsewhere in the eurozone, the stress barely shows.

Primark Grapples With Impact of Weaker Euro – The Wall Street Journal

Months away from its entry into the U.S., fast-fashion retailer Primark is also grappling with the impact of a weakening euro.

Peugeot to Boost Production – The Wall Street Journal

French car maker PSA Peugeot Citroën said it would increase production this year to capitalize on growth in European auto markets.

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