Novartis Japan Ordered to Shut Down 15 Days

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Health authorities ordered the Japanese unit of Novartis to shut down most operations for 15 days in March, saying the drug maker failed to report side effects from its products in a timely fashion.

Electric Car Resale Prices Tumble

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With gasoline prices down 33% from a year ago and buyers cooling toward electric vehicles, Nissan dealers worry that weak demand for used electric Leaf cars will put a flood of used models on the market.

Fiat Unit Recalls 467,000 Vehicles

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FCA US, formerly known as Chrysler Group LLC, is voluntarily recalling about 467,000 vehicles due to fuel-pump defects that could lead to the engine stalling, or the car refusing to start.

Lenovo Offers Free Antivirus Software in Wake of Superfish

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Lenovo will offer customers free antivirus software and cut down on preloaded software on future personal computers in response to criticism for preloading its consumer laptops with adware called Superfish.

Amazon's Twitch Site Bets on Poker

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Amazon’s videogame-streaming site Twitch has begun broadcasting online poker games with players fielding questions from viewers and talking through their strategy in real time.

Volkswagen Posts Rise in 2014 Profit

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Volkswagen reported a 19.6% increase in net profit for 2014, but warned against gathering economic turbulence that could batter the automotive industry in 2015.

Ericsson Sues Apple for Patent Infringement

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Swedish networking company Ericsson said it is suing Apple for infringing 41 patents it says are critical to many aspects of the U.S. tech giant’s devices.

Priceline.com Names Next CEO

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Priceline Group Inc. on Friday tapped company veteran Paul Hennessy to lead priceline.com as the division’s next chief executive, effective April 1.

HCA Discloses Florida Lawsuit

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HCA said a lawsuit had been filed alleging the it subjected patients to medically unnecessary, invasive and high-risk cardiology procedures and submitted false medical claims for reimbursement.

Suzuki's Indonesian Operation to Export Motorcycle to Europe

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Suzuki Motor Corp.’s Indonesian operation will begin exporting a new motorcycle model to as far as Europe, a further sign Japanese auto giants are looking to Indonesia to build sales in the region and beyond.

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