GM Workers in Canada Approve New Contract

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The union representing Canadian auto workers won approval for a new four-year contract with General Motors Co., securing future investment for Canada’s weakening auto sector and eventually giving GM more capacity for its profitable pickup trucks.

At Carnival, It's No Time to Jump Ship

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Carnival shares have significantly underperformed the broad market heading into Monday’s earnings report.

Apple Goes Without a Lobby Into European Fray

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Apple is heading toward a battle with the European Union antitrust regulator over $14.5 billion in taxes without the army of lobbyists and public relations campaigners typical in such fights.

Lanxess to Acquire Chemtura for $2.7 Billion

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Specialty chemical company Lanxess said Sunday it is buying Chemtura in a deal with an enterprise value of around $2.7 billion.

All the Texas Tea in China Is Less Than It Was

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China’s oil consumption is closely watched, but its faltering domestic production may be having a bigger impact on the global balance.

AMD No Longer Coming Up Short

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The chip maker’s improving prospects have made the stock a less appealing short target.

The Looming Storm in Insurance

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The question for property and casualty insurers isn’t only whether reinsurance pricing will find a floor but also how much the industry is starting to amplify financial and actuarial risks.

Snapchat's Sunglass Camera Poses Challenges

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Snapchat’s unveiling of camera-equipped sunglasses thrusts the messaging app maker into the cutthroat hardware business, a risky move that reflects its strength in video, but follows a shaky record by internet giants.

West Elm to Launch Its Own Boutique Hotels

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Furniture retailer West Elm is worried about following other chains down the rabbit hole of opening too many stores. So the company has another plan to sustain its growth: launching a chain of boutique hotels.

Publishing Trade Body Digital Content Next Announces Online Ad Marketplace

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Digital media trade body Digital Content Next is launching an automated online ad marketplace called TrustX, in a bid to bring more transparency to online advertising.

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