GM to Build New Cadillac

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General Motors plans to build a new rear-wheel drive Cadillac at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, with production expected to begin late next year.

Siemens Preps Bid for U.S. Firm

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Siemens is preparing a multibillion-dollar offer for U.S. energy firm Dresser-Rand, according to people familiar with the matter, likely edging out an earlier offer from Swiss rival Sulzer.

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ITT Under Scrutiny from Two U.S. Federal Agencies

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Troubles in the nation's for-profit college industry accelerated on Friday as ITT Educational Services Inc. disclosed that two federal agencies have placed the struggling education company in their cross hairs.

Alibaba IPO Leaves Investors Wanting More

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Despite the big pop enjoyed by participants in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s initial public offering, investors were still hungry after company made its trading debut at $92.70.

Judge Tells GM to Open Defect Files

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Hundreds of car owners suing General Motors over an ignition-switch flaw got a boost on Friday when a New York judge ordered the auto maker to turn over internal documents about its handling of the defect to plaintiff attorneys.

Prada Revenue Rises in First Half

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Italian fashion group Prada SpA saw sales inch up slightly in the first half, but profits fell, as growth in the Americas and the Middle East offset a decline in its leather goods sales and overall weakness in Europe.

Tesla Motors Releases New Software Suite

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Tesla Motors Inc. released a suite of software changes Friday to its electric Model S designed to help the driver dodge traffic, extend range and give the car a nickname.

Air France Pilots Extend Strike

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The French arm of Franco-Dutch airline Air France-KLM said pilots extended a one-week strike started last Monday until Friday Sept. 26.

Al Jazeera Responds to Current TV Lawsuit

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Al Jazeera America responded to a lawsuit by Al Gore and his partners, arguing that it has a legitimate claim to funds set aside from its purchase of Current TV

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