EgyptAir Crash Ups Pressure to Find Alternative to 'Black Box'

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The challenges that accident investigators are facing locating crash recorders from EgyptAir Flight 804 almost two weeks after the plane went down is reinforcing efforts by Airbus to find alternative ways to tap crucial flight data from lost aircraft.

Business Lobby Launching Effort to Keep GOP in Control of Senate

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will deploy influential Republicans to raise funds for tight Senate races, aiming to keep the GOP from losing control of the Senate in November.

Starbucks Expands Cold Offerings

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Starbucks said it was adding new cold coffee offerings, including Nitrogen-infused coffee, in seven major U.S. cities this summer.

Great Plains Energy to Buy Westar for $8.6 Billion

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Missouri-based Great Plains Energy said it agreed to buy Kansas’ Westar Energy for roughly $8.6 billion in a move the utilities hope will lead to more controlled costs and consumer rates.

Suzuki Motor Says More Cars Given Improper Fuel-Economy Tests

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Suzuki Motor said it used an improper fuel economy testing method on more models than it had previously announced, the latest revelation in a scandal that has rocked the Japanese auto industry.

Venture Capital and Its Discontents

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The cultural dominance of venture capital and hypergrowth for startups is provoking a backlash in tech, with some VCs and founders working on a more “organic” way to grow new businesses.

U.S. Tech Firms Agree to EU Code of Conduct on Terror

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Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft have agreed with the European Union to remove from their websites information visible in Europe that incites hatred or acts of terror to help combat the growing threat of terrorism on the continent.

Jazz Pharmaceuticals Agrees to Buy Celator for About $1.5 Billion

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Jazz Pharmaceuticals agreed to buy Celator Pharmaceuticals in a roughly $1.5 billion deal that represents a huge premium for a company with a promising leukemia drug but no revenue.

Rocket Internet Says Portfolio Companies Are Progressing Toward Profitability

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Key companies in the portfolio of web-retailing group Rocket Internet narrowed their adjusted losses in the first quarter.

Airbus Ponders How to Blunt Boeing Range Advantage

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Airbus is studying whether to upgrade its new A330neo jetliner to blunt the range advantage of the plane’s main rival, Boeing’s 787-9 Dreamliner.

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