UAW Drops Appeal on Volkswagen Vote

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The United Auto Workers union said it is dropping objections it filed with a federal labor agency over its failed bid to organize a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee.

Tech Giants Discussed Hiring, Say Documents

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New details on class action against Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe show how Facebook rejected the alleged hiring circle.

Square Held Talks With Possible Buyers

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With losses widening and cash shrinking, representatives of mobile-payments startup Square Inc. have discussed a possible sale to several deeper-pocketed rivals.

India Court Lifts Iron-Ore Mining Ban in State of Goa

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India's Supreme Court Monday ended an 18-month ban on the mining of iron ore in the western state of Goa, after it had been stopped on environmental concerns.

Kimberly-Clark Profit Improves on Lower Costs

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Kimberly-Clark Corp. said its first-quarter earnings rose 1.3% as the consumer-products maker made up for weaker sales with lower product costs.

Halliburton Swings to Profit

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Halliburton reported a first-quarter profit after the year-ago quarter was weighed down by a charge related to litigation stemming from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.

China Shoe Plant Workers Stage Slowdown Over Benefits

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Workers at Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings, a major Chinese shoe maker, have begun a production slowdown, expanding a labor dispute involving social-insurance payments.

Sarepta to Submit Application for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Treatment

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Sarepta Therapeutics Inc. plans to submit a new drug application for its experimental Duchenne muscular dystrophy treatment to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration by the end of the year.

Barclays to Exit Most Commodities Trading

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Barclays is to sell or exit most of its commodities businesses as part of an effort to shrink its investment bank and improve returns.

Nu Skin to Resume Some Operations in China

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Nu Skin Enterprises said its Chinese business will immediately resume corporate-hosted business meetings and will start accepting applications for new sales people next month.

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