Amazon Workers in Germany Strike Again

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Hundreds of Amazon.com workers in Germany walked off the job, continuing a string of strikes aimed at swaying the e-commerce giant on wage levels.

DuPont Net Hurt by Bad Weather

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reported lower-than-expected quarterly earnings as unusually cold weather in North America delayed farmers' decisions to buy seeds and chemicals for this spring's plantings.

Middle East 'Mad Men' Embrace Social Media

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YouTube and other video platforms are changing the way Gulf Arabs are creating and marketing video content, with advertisers increasingly producing branded content shows.

European Agency Warns of More Tampered Roche Drugs

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Batches of Roche Holding Ltd. drugs Alimta and Remicade have been stolen and may have been tampered with and resold across Europe, the region's medicines regulator said Thursday.

Philip Morris Earnings Drop 12%

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Philip Morris International said first-quarter income sank 12%, as the cigarette maker continued to struggle with shrinking volumes in most of its regions.

Judge Won't 'Park' Recalled GM Cars

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A federal judge declined to force General Motors to tell owners of the 2.6 million vehicles covered in the ignition-switch recall to park their cars until they are fixed.

Pepsi Earnings Beat Expectations

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PepsiCo Inc.'s net income rose 13% as cost cuts and price increases helped offset softer volumes and foreign exchange headwinds.

Companies Map Contingency Plans as Ukraine Crisis Escalates

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Escalating military action and sanctions are forcing executives around the globe to map out scenarios to safeguard employees, supply chains and assets within and beyond the borders of Ukraine and Russia.

GE to Sell More Businesses

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General Electric Co. is planning to sell off more pieces of its sprawling conglomerate this year as Chief Executive Jeff Immelt seeks to improve the profitability of the overall industrial operations.

KeyCorp Posts Higher Profit

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KeyCorp said its first-quarter earnings rose 19% as the Cleveland-based regional bank recorded lower expenses, helping to mask lower revenue.

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