Coke Changes Executive Pay Plan

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Coca-Cola, bowing to pressure from lead investor Warren Buffett, announced changes to its executive-pay plan that will result in fewer stock awards.

Adidas Plans Shareholder Return

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German sportswear giant Adidas is launching a shareholder return program in an effort to assuage disgruntled shareholders following a profit warning and dissatisfaction with the company's turnaround efforts.

Fiat's Retro 500 Spawns SUV

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Italian auto maker Fiat is preparing to unveil a small sport-utility vehicle under its classic 500 brand, releasing the coming four-door 500X first in Europe early next year and in North America and China later in 2015.

After Huge Recalls, Honda Explores Other Suppliers

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Air-bag maker Takata is being re-evaluated by Honda and other big customers after a series of recalls has put a spotlight on the auto industry's heavy reliance on a few suppliers for key components

Enterprise Products Acquires Stake in Oil-Storage Firm

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Enterprise Products, which recently received permission to export unrefined light oil pumped in the U.S., purchased a stake in storage firm Oiltanking Partners.

Corporate Training Gets an Online Refresh

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Providers of massive, open, online courses are starting to offer their services to companies looking to improve their training programs, marking a new chapter in the groups' continued search for a business model.

New Vaccines Target Deadly Virus in Pigs

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Drug companies are racing to create vaccines to stifle a deadly swine virus that has roiled the U.S. meat industry and pushed pork prices to record highs.

Facebook Aims to Shrink Google's Lead in Digital Ads

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Armed with its new Atlas advertising system, Facebook aims to shrink Google's big lead in digital advertising, believing it has an edge because it knows users' identities, a particular advantage on mobile devices.

Should the Afghan officers who went AWOL from the Cape Cod military base be given asylum?

In Germany's Far East, Turning a Movie Set Into a Luxury Store

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Why open a luxury store in one of Germany's poorest towns? Because it's on the eastern border and looking to tap big spenders from Poland and the Czech Republic.

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