Overseas Investors Line Up for London Office Buildings

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Real-estate investors from Asia and the Middle East are lining up to bid for two of the most recognizable office buildings in London's skyline, adding heft to the U.K. capital's property boom.

China's Wanda Plans E-Commerce Venture

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China's Dalian Wanda Group plans to launch an $813 million e-commerce joint venture with Internet companies Baidu and Tencent.

GM to Make Cadillac SRX in U.S.

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General Motors said it would invest as much as $185 million to build small engines at its Spring Hill, Tenn., assembly plant and move production of its Cadillac SRX crossover vehicle to the facility from Mexico.

Food Producers to Offer Data on Chemical Additives

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Big food producers are moving to try to head off criticism of how they use additives, with a main industry group saying it plans to give more information to regulators about how companies determine the safety of the thousands of chemicals and other ingredients in processed foods.

Brown-Forman's Profit Rises 5% on Jack Daniel's Brand

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Brown-Forman said its first-quarter profit rose 5%, driven by strong sales growth of its Jack Daniel's brand and higher sales in emerging markets.

Lion Capital to Name American Apparel Director

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Lion Capital told American Apparel that the investment is exercising its right to fill one of the two vacant seats it controls on the fashion company's board.

Tyson to Sell Unit to Clear Hillshire Deal

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Tyson agreed to divest its sow-purchasing business to alleviate antitrust concerns about its impending $7.7 billion takeover of Hillshire Brands under a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Take Back Control of Your Email Inbox

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Personal Technology: Joanna Stern tests apps and services to help her clear out nearly 6,000 unread emails—most of which were fired off by the marketing bots of social networks, retailers and service providers.

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