Intel, Micron Join Shift to 3-D Storage Chips

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Intel and Micron Technology said they are shipping samples of jointly designed chips that stack circuitry in layers to boost storage capacity rather than packing smaller components on to a flat square of silicon.

SanDisk Further Cuts Revenue View

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Thumb-drive maker SanDisk cut its revenue outlook for the year and current quarter, citing lower-than-expected sales of enterprise products and soft pricing in some areas of its business.

Codelco Restarts Some Operations in Northern Chile

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Chilean state-owned copper company Codelco said Thursday it had restarted operations at its Distrito Norte mines, which had been closed due to heavy rains and flooding.

Toyota Unveils Revamped Manufacturing Process

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Toyota broke a two-year silence on a revamped manufacturing process—built on sharing components among vehicles—that it says will produce half its vehicles by 2020 and slash costs.

Adidas Bets Big on Urban Chic

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Adidas is betting on ramping up its presence in New York, Los Angeles and another four of the world’s most fashionable cities to kick-start earnings growth in the next five years and recoup ground lost to arch rival Nike.

Japanese Robot Maker Fanuc Reveals Some of Its Secrets

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Japan’s Fanuc, which helps make iPhones and Teslas, decides it’s time to open its doors after long eschewing quarterly briefings and other investor contacts.

Lululemon's Holiday Sales Better-Than-Seen

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Lululemon’s sales grew a better-than-expected 16% in its holiday quarter as traffic improved, fueling hopes that the yoga-gear maker is rebounding after a recent slump.

Repsol Chairman to Hand Powers to CEO

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Spanish oil company Repsol said its chairman and top executive for more than a decade, Antonio Brufau, plans to hand over his remaining executive powers to the company’s chief executive later this year.

Air China's Profit Rose 14% in 2014

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Air China reported a 14% rise in 2014 profit, as strong growth in outbound travel demand and lower fuel prices more than offset foreign exchange-losses.

Bolloré Sells Big Chunk of Havas

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Groupe Bolloré, the conglomerate controlled by French billionaire Vincent Bolloré, has sold a $655 million stake in Havas, the French advertising group run by Mr. Bolloré’s son, Yannick.

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