Takata Air Bags Recalled in South Korea

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South Korea’s transport ministry has ordered more than a dozen auto makers to recall hundreds of thousands of imported cars equipped with rupture-prone Takata air bags.

Elon Musk Outlines Mars Plans

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Entrepreneur Elon Musk unveiled his contrarian vision of sending humans to Mars in roughly the next decade and ultimately setting up colonies there.

Drones: DJI's Liftoff Needn't Ground GoPro

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Action-camera maker’s Karma drone can still find a niche in the fast-expanding market.

Media Likes Twitter But Tech May Pay More

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Twitter has generated interest from tech and media companies, but the former are likely to pay a higher price.

Promoting Women Is Crucial

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Even where a commitment to gender parity exists, companies must be more proactive to keep women on strong career paths from the lowest to the highest organizational levels, some of the top business leaders in the U.S. said Tuesday.

World Trade Set for Slowest Yearly Growth Since Global Financial Crisis

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World trade will this year grow at the slowest pace since the global financial crisis, a development that should serve as a “wake-up call” as anti-globalization sentiment builds, the World Trade Organization warned.

Buying a Special-Edition Car Takes Grit

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Ferrari this week is unveiling its LaFerrari Aperta, a small production-run convertible, but don’t count on getting one even if you have the money: It can require years of car purchases and factory visits. A bit of celebrity helps, too.

Amazon's Newest Ambition: Competing Directly With UPS, FedEx

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To constrain rising shipping costs, the online giant Amazon.com is building its own delivery operation, showing the extent of its ambition and also setting up a clash with the company’s shipping partners.

Yahoo Breach: Senators Demand Answers

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Six Democratic U.S. senators have written to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, seeking answers to questions about the company’s 500 million-account data breach, thought to be the largest ever.

Five Things to Watch: Janet Yellen's Testimony on Regulation

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Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen testifies before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday about financial regulation. Here are the main things to watch for.

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