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.

Fake Orders Raise Scrutiny on Alibaba

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Some merchants are using fake orders to boost their standing on Alibaba’s websites, a practice that puts the Chinese e-commerce giant at risk of further regulatory scrutiny.

Samsung Bets on Its Chips in Galaxy S6

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The most important feature of Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 smartphone may be the one inside the phone that most consumers won’t even notice: the internally developed Samsung microprocessors.

Chrysler Sales Increase 6% In February

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said Tuesday that its auto sales grew 6% in the U.S. in February as the Big Three auto maker’s Jeep brand again posted robust gains.

NXP Semiconductor Bets $12 Billion on Smarter Cars

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NXP Semiconductor stepped on the gas in the race to supply chips to make smarter cars by agreeing to buy Freescale Semiconductor for nearly $12 billion.

Navistar Narrows Loss

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Navistar International Corp. on Tuesday said cost-cutting initiatives and increased demand for its medium trucks and school buses helped the company narrow its loss in the January quarter.

Best Buy Returns to Buybacks

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Best Buy unveiled plans to buy back shares for the first time since 2012, as the electronics retailer also posted a better-than-expected surge in profit in its holiday quarter.

The Race to Advertise on Alibaba's Marketplaces

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Paid advertising is one way for vendors on Alibaba’s e-commerce platforms to grab customers’ attention. But the competition to land the coveted ad slots is fierce.

HK Airlines in Talks to Sell Stake

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Hong Kong Airlines International Holdings is in talks to sell a stake in itself to a strategic investor, delaying the short-haul carrier’s plans to list in the city in coming months.

GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Crude Problem

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GE’s CEO already had problems convincing investors he was moving fast enough to remake the conglomerate into a simpler industrial machine, and now there’s this oil business.

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