NBC Plans to Launch Comedy Video Service

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Comcast’s NBCUniversal is aiming to launch a comedy-focused subscription Web video service later this year, as interest grows in reaching young online viewers who don’t watch traditional TV.

Aston Martin Outlines Expanded Lineup

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Sports-car maker Aston Martin plans to outline plans for a seven-vehicle lineup at this week’s Geneva auto show, part of a strategy to lift sales under its private-equity owners.

Finally: Sunlight in the Office Cubicle

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It is hard to top the sun as a light source for houses and office buildings. Several companies, including 3M and Alcoa, are introducing new products that promise to enhance natural lighting.

Fiat Chrysler May Sell More of Ferrari

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Fiat Chrysler may decide to sell more than the originally planned 10% of Ferrari in the initial public sale slated for later in the year to meet strong demand from investors.

NBC News Bringing in New Leadership

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NBC News is bringing in new leadership after several high-profile stumbles, according to a senior executive familiar with the situation, with Andrew Lack, a former president of NBC News, in talks to take a senior role in the division

The Next Marketing Frontier: Your Medical Records

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Practice Fusion is pioneering a new type of data-driven health care. Its software alerts doctors when the a medical record indicates that a patient needs a particular treatment. Some of those alerts are sponsored by drug companies.

SUV Sales Plow Through February

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Poor weather modestly dented the pace of U.S. auto sales in February, but did little to stem America’s increasing thirst for pricey trucks and SUVs.

SanDisk Targets Price Barrier With New Storage System

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SanDisk is unveiling ‘Infiniflash,’ which offers substantially greater capacity than other flash-based hardware on the market at a price designed to attract attention.

EU Considers Lenient Rules on Net Neutrality

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Present proposals could allow telecom companies serving Europe more leeway than U.S. counterparts.

Google's Schmidt Meets EU's Antitrust Chief

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Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt met the European Union’s new antitrust chief in Brussels, ahead of a key decision on where to take the bloc’s long-running investigation into the U.S. search giant.

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