U.S. Sales Rise for Big Auto Makers

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U.S. new-car sales jumped 9.4% in September, led by double-digit gains at General Motors, Nissan and Chrysler as consumers flocked to new sport-utilities and trucks.

In Germany's Far East, Turning a Movie Set Into a Luxury Store

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Why open a luxury store in one of Germany's poorest towns? Because it's on the eastern border and looking to tap big spenders from Poland and the Czech Republic.

U.S. Buyers Keep Auto Industry Humming

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American consumers are buying new cars and trucks at the strongest pace in years, offsetting car makers' troubles elsewhere and leading the biggest U.S. auto maker to forecast fat profits ahead.

Why Boeing Won NASA's Space-Taxi Contest

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Boeing received consistently higher rankings than SpaceX during NASA's recent multibillion-dollar competition to build space taxis.

Coke Changes Executive Pay Plan

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Coca-Cola, bowing to pressure from lead investor Warren Buffett, announced changes to its executive-pay plan that will result in fewer stock awards.

Adidas Plans Shareholder Return

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German sportswear giant Adidas is launching a shareholder return program in an effort to assuage disgruntled shareholders following a profit warning and dissatisfaction with the company's turnaround efforts.

Wayfair IPO Prices at $29 a Share

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Online home-goods retailer Wayfair Inc.'s initial public offering priced at $29 a share, above expectations.

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