GM Global Sales Rise 2%

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General Motors sold nearly 2.42 million vehicles globally in the first three months of the year, up 2% from a year ago, but said it lost market share over the period.

New Questions on B&N's Prospects

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Barnes & Noble Chairman Leonard Riggio again trimmed his holdings in the struggling book seller, fueling questions about the retailer's prospects. Shares were down 10%.

Twitter to Quickly Implement Turkey Court Orders

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Turkey said Twitter. agreed to "quickly" implement local court orders and "act meticulously" to shutter fake accounts after meeting with government officials .

Amazon Workers in Germany Strike Again

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Hundreds of Amazon.com workers in Germany walked off the job, continuing a string of strikes aimed at swaying the e-commerce giant on wage levels.

DuPont Net Hurt by Bad Weather

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reported lower-than-expected quarterly earnings as unusually cold weather in North America delayed farmers' decisions to buy seeds and chemicals for this spring's plantings.

Permira Considering Buying Majority Stake in Roberto Cavalli Group

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Private-equity fund Permira is weighing a deal to buy a majority stake in Italian Roberto Cavalli Group, a person familiar with the matter said.

Middle East 'Mad Men' Embrace Social Media

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YouTube and other video platforms are changing the way Gulf Arabs are creating and marketing video content, with advertisers increasingly producing branded content shows.

European Agency Warns of More Tampered Roche Drugs

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Batches of Roche Holding Ltd. drugs Alimta and Remicade have been stolen and may have been tampered with and resold across Europe, the region's medicines regulator said Thursday.

Philip Morris Earnings Drop 12%

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Philip Morris International said first-quarter income sank 12%, as the cigarette maker continued to struggle with shrinking volumes in most of its regions.

Ford to Sell Lincoln Models in China

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Ford said it would sell five U.S.-made Lincoln models by 2016, offering new details of its plans to pitch its premium cars to Chinese buyers who now equate luxury with German vehicles.

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