Ford to Take $800 Million Charge on Venezuela Operations

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Ford Motor is removing its Venezuelan operation from its consolidated financial reports, taking an $800 million pretax charge in the fourth quarter amid unstable economic conditions and additional currency devaluation.

For Airliners, Safety Board Thinks Beyond the Black Box

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U.S. accident investigators called for tamper-proof tracking systems and data recorders to be installed on all airliners, as well as for new technologies to make it easier to retrieve and analyze flight data.

Google's Wireless Efforts Are Led by a Geek's Geek

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Craig Barratt is leading Google’s efforts to extend Internet access, via fiber-optic lines, drones and satellites. He holds 34 patents and brings serious technical and managerial chops to the job.

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