Elon Musk Outlines Mars Plans

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Entrepreneur Elon Musk unveiled his contrarian vision of sending humans to Mars in roughly the next decade and ultimately setting up colonies there.

Presidential Debate: Financial Markets Declare Winners and Losers

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Investors offered their own grades for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump following Monday’s debate.

Takata in Talks to Resolve Allegations of Criminal Wrongdoing

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Takata is negotiating after U.S. prosecutors found evidence of unlawful conduct in the Japanese automotive supplier’s handling of rupture-prone air bags linked to numerous deaths and injuries.

Gambling Industry Emerges From the Political Shadows

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Once on the defensive in national politics, the gambling industry is now playing a highly public role in U.S. elections, a prospect previously unimaginable.

SABMiller, AB InBev Shareholders Approve Merger

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The $100 billion-plus megamerger of SABMiller and Anheuser-Busch InBev cleared another hurdle after shareholders of both companies voted in favor of the deal.

Autonomous What? Americans Aren't Sure What Self-Driving Cars Are All About

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Six of 10 Americans questioned said they knew little or nothing about autonomous vehicles, according to a recent survey by Kelley Blue Book, the vehicle-buying guide.

Uber to Launch Food-Delivery Service in Tokyo

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Uber plans to launch its UberEats food-delivery business in Tokyo on Thursday, preparing for a gradual rollout across Japan—a country where its main ride-hailing business is barred.

Chip Boom Helps Erase Toshiba's Bad Memories

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Toshiba has more than doubled its operating profit forecast on strong memory prices, but it has to stay focused to compete.

Hanjin Sale Is Possible, Court Says

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The South Korean bankruptcy court handling the insolvency proceedings of Hanjin Shipping said a sale of the troubled company is possible and a decision would be made soon.

Europol Warns of Cybercrime Surge

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The European Union’s police agency says cybercrime is rising, driven by an expansion in both the number of criminals working on the internet and a rise in the opportunities for criminal gain.

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