Mercedes-Benz Outlines a Luxury Pickup for Europe, South America

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German auto maker says its coming offering will appeal to existing pickup owners looking for greater luxury and comfort than now available from midsize pickups from Toyota, General Motors and others.

U.K. iPhone Users Allowed to Sue Google

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A U.K. court ruled that British iPhone users can sue Google for allegedly tracking them inappropriately via Apple’s Safari Web browser.

Mobile Alters Landscape Where Google Operates

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Smartphone users spend most of their time in apps rather than Web browsing. But among those who search, Google has a big share.

Japan Robot Maker Fanuc Reveals Secrets

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Fanuc, which helps make iPhones and Teslas, is opening its doors after long eschewing investor contacts.

Carnival Earnings Top Expectations

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Carnival posted sharply better-than-expected earnings in its February quarter as fuel costs tumbled and onboard spending improved.

Daughter Wins Family Fight Over Control at Otsuka Kagu

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The founder of a major Japanese furniture retailer fails to unseat his daughter from the helm of the company at a shareholder meeting.

Hedge Funds: Don't Call Us a 'Hedge Fund'

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Grappling with years of uneven performance, image problems and deep-pocketed clients who have distanced themselves, hedge-fund managers are taking pains to avoid the moniker.

New Services Cloud AT&T's Bet on Pay TV

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AT&T knew it was buying a melting ice cube when it agreed to acquire satellite-TV company DirecTV last year for $49 billion. But recent moves by HBO, Apple and the NFL have turned the temperature up a few degrees.

Chevron to Sell Caltex Australia Stake

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Chevron plans to sell its stake in an Australian oil-refining business for about $3.60 billion, as the U.S. oil company sheds assets to buffer its balance sheet from tumbling oil prices.

Investors Lured By Palm Oil's Wild Ride

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Interest in trading palm oil futures is growing beyond its traditional heartlands in southeast Asia, thanks to growing consumption of the edible oil and opportunities for traders.

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