Ford Recycles to Cut Truck Costs

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Ford is cutting about 20% from the cost of swapping aluminum for steel in F-150 body panels by sorting, cleaning and returning scrap to the same mills that supply it with metal sheets.

Dish Network to Integrate Netflix App

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Dish Network Corp. and Netflix Inc. said Wednesday that they reached a deal to integrate Netflix’s app into Dish’s latest set-top boxes, a significant boost to Netflix’s plans to expand its reach into U.S. pay-TV homes.

Diageo Says Growth in U.S. Spirits Industry Slows

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Diageo PLC said growth in the U.S. spirits industry slowed in the past year amid intense price competition and signs that drinkers are falling out of love with flavored vodka.

Germany Requires Changes to Inheritance Tax Law

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Germany’s highest court is demanding lawmakers change existing tax exemptions that unfairly benefit many of the country’s big family-owned firms.

BlackBerry Launches New Phone

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BlackBerry unveiled a device meant to appeal to its traditional customers with signature BlackBerry phone features like a physical keyboard and trackpad.

Riding in Uber's Car Pool Turns Into a Lonely Trip

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Car service Uber launched a carpooling effort called UberPool in New York City earlier this month, and whether UberPool succeeds depends largely on the quirks of the city itself and its residents.

Security Firm Faults Coolpad Software

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Online security firm Palo Alto Networks said some mobile phones made by Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad Group contain software that allows the handset vendor to install applications onto users’ phones without their knowledge, raising privacy and security concerns.

EU Considers Uber's Request to Block French Taxi Law

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The EU is considering Uber’s latest legal maneuver to block a new French law that could upend how the company operates.

U.K. Air-Traffic Agency May Escape Penalty

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The U.K.’s air traffic agency is likely to escape being fined for Friday’s systems failure that led to flight cancellations and delays across much of the country.

Delaware Court Puts Caesars Receiver Lawsuit on Fast Track

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A Delaware corporate law judge granted fast-track status to a lawsuit seeking a receiver for the operating unit of Caesars Entertainment over the protests of the company.

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