Why People Are Eating Less Fish

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At a time when some Americans have started to improve their diets, they're turning their noses up at one of the healthiest foods around: fish. Consumers aren't sure how to cook fish, while the seafood industry hasn't been able to organize any major marketing campaigns to promote consumption.

Scaroni's 9-Year Reign as Eni CEO

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By proposing to remove the chief executive of Italian oil giant Eni, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is pushing aside one of Italy's most resilient and politically connected businessmen.

ADM Plans to Sell Fertilizer, Chocolate Businesses

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Archer Daniels Midland Co. agreed to sell its Brazilian fertilizer business to Mosaic Co. for $350 million and said it plans to pursue a sale of its global chocolate business as well.

Petrobras Defends Texas Refinery Purchase

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The top executive of Brazilian state-run energy giant Petrobras Brasileiro, or Petrobras, said Tuesday the company didn't overpay for an oil refinery in Pasadena, Texas, to the extent that critics allege.

CSX Profit Falls 14%

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CSX Corp. said its first-quarter earnings fell 14% as winter-related disruptions contributed to higher costs and weighed on the railroad company's revenue growth.

Companies Try to Get Kids Hooked on Fish Sticks

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Fish sticks just aren't cutting it anymore. The frozen-fish industry has faced a problem of making the easy dinner staple more appealing, especially to children at home and in school.

GM's Barra Unveils Further Plans to Improve Safety

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General Motors Co.'s Chief Executive Mary Barra said the auto giant is creating a new global product integrity organization within its product development team that will include GM's new safety unit.

The End for Small Cinemas?

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Hollywood's major studios are in the final days of distributing movies on film reels and moving to digital distribution. The conversion means small theaters could fade out for good.

Exchange Rates Hit European Firms

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A handful of big European companies warned that exchange rates will continue to weigh on performance, another challenge for companies still dealing with weak global growth.

Ford to Overhaul Infotainment System

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Ford is working on a major overhaul of its My Ford Touch in-car infotainment system that could be introduced in new vehicles as soon as late this year, a person familiar with the matter said.

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