GM Test Drivers Warned of Problems in 2006

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General Motors ordered a more robust ignition switch in 2006 for a Cadillac then in development after complaints from test drivers that the vehicle would shut off if the ignition was bumped, newly released documents show.

Brazil Airport Expands Before World Cup

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The first expansion is complete at a Brazilian airport operated by a private company, an important milestone for the government's hopes of having investors help fund important projects.

Sonic to Add 1,000 Restaurants in Decade

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Sonic Corp. is regaining its appetite for expansion, with ambitious plans to grow its 1950s-style carhop restaurants in new parts of the country as it seeks to narrow the gap with rival burger chains.

Chipotle Feeds Investor Appetite for Growth

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Ahead of the Tape: Chipotle Mexican Grill has been on a hot streak, both in its restaurants and on the stock market. And it doesn't show signs of losing its sizzle.

Fast-Rising Costs Erode Google's Profits

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Fast-rising expenses eroded Google's first-quarter profits, disappointing investors and sending Google shares lower in after-hours trading.

SanDisk's Profit Jumps on Higher Revenue

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The results marked a continued rebound from a year earlier, when weak pricing and cyclical changes weighed on results.

La-Z-Boy Announces Restructuring

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The company said that it will stop domestic production of wood furniture and intends to sell its youth-furniture business.

RadioShack Mired in Talks Over Store Closings

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RadioShack is mired in negotiations with its lenders over plans to close up to 1,100 stores, complicating the struggling consumer electronics retailer's turnaround, people familiar with the talks said.

Costlier Milk, Recall Hit Danone

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Danone posted a drop in first-quarter sales as price hikes hit sales volumes in key markets, adding to challenges the French dairy giant is already facing in China and Europe.

N.Y. Attorney General Sends Subpoenas to High-Speed Firms

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N.Y. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office sent subpoenas to about a half-dozen high-frequency trading firms in an investigation into whether some rapid-fire firms have an unfair advantage.

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