Former Korn/Ferry Executive Sues

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Korn/Ferry International, the world’s biggest executive-search firm, is embroiled in a bitter legal dispute over the dismissal of a top executive.

Toyota Outruns Rivals in March U.S. Sales

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A familiar foe is pressuring the Detroit Three as the auto industry closes the books on its first quarter: Toyota sales rose 4.5% on luxury vehicle and truck sales as GM and Ford slipped.

McDonald's Joins Trend in Raising Pay

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McDonald’s plans to raise pay by more than 10% for 90,000 workers and add benefits like paid vacation at U.S. restaurants it operates, offering fresh evidence of rising wage pressure in the American labor market.

Proposals Aim to Keep Closer Tabs on Jets

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Canadian and European aviation authorities are looking to impose the most-stringent navigation and position-reporting standards ever on jetliners, including many flying long overwater routes.

Lufthansa Chief Under Spotlight After Crash

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Carsten Spohr faces questions about what the company knew, and when, about the medical condition of Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot whom prosecutors accuse of deliberately flying Germanwings Flight 9525 into a mountainside.

Net Neutrality Rules Sent to Federal Register

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The FCC sent its net neutrality rules to the Federal Register, bringing the new Internet regulations closer to reality and to expected legal challenges.

Starz Offers Middle East Streaming Service

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Starz this week will make its first international foray with the launch of a subscription streaming video service in the Middle East called Starz Play Arabia.

Sears Seeks $2.5 Billion in Property Sales

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Sears moved to sell some of its top properties and then lease them back, a step that will let shareholders like CEO Edward Lampert buy valuable company assets to raise much needed cash.

Religious Freedom Debate Draws Out Companies

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American corporations typically shun social controversies. But on one gripping the nation this week—state laws ostensibly aimed at supporting religious freedom but seen by many as antigay—several have stepped forward to make their opposition clear.

Beijing's Firmer Hand Dulls Macau's Glitter

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After more than a decade of breakneck growth, Macau is under siege from China’s anticorruption campaign and a breakdown in its system of junkets.

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