Citi Got Mixed Signals From Fed on 'Stress Test'

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The Federal Reserve's New York office indicated to Citigroup that the bank would have more time to fix certain "stress test" planning problems before Fed officials in Washington last month gave it a failing grade.

GM Test Drivers Warned of Problems in 2006

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General Motors ordered a more robust ignition switch in 2006 for a Cadillac then in development after complaints from test drivers that the vehicle would shut off if the ignition was bumped, newly released documents show.

Trouble Selling Fliers on Fast Airport Line

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The Transportation Security Administration is aggressively trying to encourage more people to sign up for TSA Precheck. But the effort has run into traveler confusion and aggravation.

EU Lifts Obstacles to Antitrust Damages

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But the new legislation, which will allow victims of cartels to seek damages, has been criticized for not adequately providing for class-action suits.

Home Depot Lumbers Into E-Commerce

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Home Depot is putting a lid on new-store openings and focusing its expansion efforts on e-commerce, which presents some logistical challenges for a retailer that sells a lot of bulky materials.

Wal-Mart to Launch Money-Transfer Service

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Wal-Mart unveiled a new money transfer service, a move that caters to the retailing giant's low-income customers as the number of people without traditional checking or savings accounts grows.

Rémy Takes a Hit in China

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Rémy Cointreau said a sales decline in China would cause profit to fall up to 40% in the just-ended financial year.

Dubai Airport Work to Cost Emirates $272 Million

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Runway upgrades at Dubai International will hit Emirates Airline's revenues this year, as the Gulf carrier is forced to reduce flights to more than 40 destinations world-wide.

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