Wall Street Journal Wins Pulitzer

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The Wall Street Journal won a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting for its coverage of abuses in the Medicare system.

Alternate Routes in China

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Some companies are cutting prices and ramping up incentives in China as intense competition takes some shine off the world’s largest car market.

The Man Who Hacks Your Employees

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Chris Hadnagy’s job is to make sure employees don’t fall prey to a hacker’s tricks. We asked him how he does that.

Teva Settles Suit Over Cephalon's Provigil

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Teva Pharmaceuticals said Monday it agreed to pay $512 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that Cephalon, which was later bought by Teva, delayed the availability of the generic version of the sleep-disorder drug Provigil.

Ecuadoreans' Suit Against Chevron Might Need a U.S. Retrial, Judge Suggests

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A long-running legal fight between Chevron Corp. and residents in Ecuador over Texaco’s alleged pollution may need yet another round in court, a U.S. appeals judge suggested on Monday.

How to Get People to Change Passwords

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A marketing professor suggests how companies can make her and other consumers more cooperative when it comes to protecting themselves online.

France's Move to Gain Clout at Renault Roils Key Alliance

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The French government’s bid to expand its voting control at Renault is roiling the delicate balance of power in the car maker’s partnership with Nissan Motor, one of the auto-industry’s most successful cross-border alliances.

Halliburton Hurt by Lower Oil Prices

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Halliburton, planning more layoffs, reported a loss in the first quarter as the oil-field-services provider continues to feel the impact from lower oil prices.

Nomad Holdings Buys Birds Eye, Findus Owner

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Nomad Holdings said it is buying Iglo Foods Holdings Ltd., owner of the Birds Eye and Findus frozen food brands, for €2.6 billion from a company backed by Permira funds.

Raytheon to Plow $1.7 Billion Into New Cyber Venture

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Raytheon is betting it can leverage the cybersecurity skills it honed for the U.S. military and intelligence agencies to sell to banks and retailers, investing almost $1.7 billion to establish a stand-alone cyber business.

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