GM's U.S. Market Share Shrinks as Auto Sales Peak

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U.S. market share for the nation’s largest car maker has tumbled to a more than three decade low amid strong demand as its dealers say they are saddled with too many cars and too few pickups and SUVs.

Anti-Immigration Feelings Aren't Driven by Economic Anxiety

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Current anti-immigration rhetoric blames the foreign-born for job losses and low wages. But evidence for a link between economic circumstances and public acceptance of immigrants is weak, suggesting ways to counter populist opposition, Greg Ip writes.

United Continental Flight Attendant Leaders Endorse Tentative Deal

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The elected leaders representing 25,000 flight attendants at United Continental Holdings Inc. unanimously agreed to put a tentative contract agreement to a membership vote later this year, the union said.

Massachusetts Court to Hear Next Chapter in Redstone Saga

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A Massachusetts court is preparing for a hearing Thursday in the latest chapter of the legal battle surrounding media mogul Sumner Redstone.

Puerto Rico's Rapid Population Loss Deepens Economic Crisis

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Puerto Rico has suffered a 9% population decline in the past decade, worsening the island’s debt crisis and challenging the survival of its hospitals and health-care system.

AstroTurf Files for Bankruptcy

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AstroTurf LLC filed for bankruptcy protection after a $30 million loss in a patent fight with France’s Tarkett, which makes the rival FieldTurf synthetic-grass product.

How the 'Bralette' Has Upended Victoria's Secret

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Victoria’s Secret has a problem and it’s not much of a secret: athleisure is upending the bra business.

As State Control Stiffens, Journalists Move On

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Columnist Li Yuan says many Chinese journalists are leaving the trade as the state tightens media control and a tech boom opens new opportunities.

How a Cooler Car Lifts Mileage Ratings

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As federal regulators gear up to review coming U.S. fuel-economy standards, the auto industry is pushing to expand emissions credits for things like greener air conditioning to brakes, wiring and other parts.

Who's Risky Now? A Brexit Boost for Emerging Markets

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Political risk only gets paid lip-service in developed markets. Emerging markets have an advantage here.

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