Ford to Expand Manufacturing in Mexico

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Ford Motor plans to spend $2.5 billion to expand manufacturing operations at two sites in Mexico, the latest in a wave of auto investments flowing to the U.S.’s neighbor to the south.

How to Play the College Financial-Aid Game

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With a May 1 deadline to accept offers approaching, here are tips for deciphering financial-aid letters and finding the best deal.

Apple Pay Plans to Launch in Canada

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Apple is planning to launch its mobile payments service in Canada this fall, marking the start of its international expansion of Apple Pay.

Vivendi's Bolloré Gets Double Voting Rights

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Vivendi chairman and its largest shareholder, Vincent Bolloré, scored himself double voting rights at the French media group’s shareholder meeting.

Taxes: How to Reverse a Mistake

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To fix an error on your tax return, file an amended return on Form 1040X.

The Ways Investors Trip Up

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Three recent studies show how biases and other foibles can hurt investment performance.

Regulators Act on Oil Trains' Safety

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U.S. regulators are urging railroads to change the way they deal with wheel defects, saying the problem may have caused a fiery oil-train derailment in Illinois last month.

Sharp Nears Another Bailout

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The company aims to cut 5,000 jobs, trim troubled solar-panel and TV operations and sell its headquarters, while banks write off about $1.68 billion in loans in exchange for shares.

Noble Group Shareholders Challenge Management

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Noble Group shareholders questioned the company’s management on accounting at its annual general meeting, while there was sizable opposition to some of its pay policies.

PwC to Pay $65 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over MF Global

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PricewaterhouseCoopers agreed to pay $65 million to settle litigation over MF Global Holdings, which claimed PwC failed to properly audit the brokerage firm’s internal controls before it collapsed into bankruptcy in 2011.

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