Takata Set to Recall 35 Million More Air-Bag Inflaters

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Takata is preparing to recall at least another 35 million rupture-prone air-bag inflaters that U.S. regulators have deemed a safety risk.

Avis Budget Raises Revenue Projection

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Avis Budget Group Inc. on Tuesday raised its revenue projections for the year even as its first-quarter loss widened sharply as the car-rental company ramped up spending.

U.S. Auto Sales Back on Track in April

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U.S. light-vehicle sales regained momentum in April as cheap credit, low gasoline prices and rising consumer confidence helped drive more buyers to showrooms. Fiat Chrysler and Ford sales rose, while GM slipped on a fleet-business pullback.

Alphabet, Fiat Chrysler Self-Driving Cars Deal

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Google parent Alphabet Inc. has agreed to purchase 100 minivans from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV for testing the Silicon Valley giant’s driverless-car technology.

CBS Results Boosted by Super Bowl

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CBS said its first-quarter earnings rose 20% as the broadcast of Super Bowl 50 boosted the media giant’s advertising sales.

Tesla Is Heading Straight for a Speed Trap

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On the supposed long-term road to success, Tesla bulls face a harsh short-term reality, likely evident in Wednesday’s quarterly results.

Fight Between Pulte's Founder, CEO Shifts to Annual Meeting

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As a battle between the founder and CEO of home builder PulteGroup shifts to the shareholders’ meeting Wednesday, the timing of land purchases has emerged as a flashpoint.

China Warns Economists to Brighten Outlooks

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Chinese authorities have issued verbal warnings to economists, analysts and business reporters whose gloomy public remarks on the economy are out of step with the government’s upbeat statements.

Forget Mental-Health Days, 'Me Time' Comes to the Office ​

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A handful of companies have begun offering workers paid “me time” to devote to themselves, in addition to regular vacation time and personal and sick days.

Apple: What Will Make the Stock Tick Again

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As Apple’s recent share-price travails show, the tech giant needs to be about more than just the iPhone. But the company faces challenges in trying to diversify its business. In that regard, the performance of the Apple Watch is telling.

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