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Nissan-Renault Seeks to Boost Annual Vehicle Sales to 14 Million Carlos Ghosn, heading the alliance of Nissan Motor, Renault and Mitsubishi Motors, is rolling out a new goal of selling 14 million vehicles annually by 2022. The new target represents a 40% increase for the auto maker compared with 2016 sales. The Shoe Shiner Turned […]

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Truckers Are in No Hurry to Have Their Hours Tracked Monitors that track truckers’ time on the road aim to make highways safer, but drivers are worried about lost income. They have until December to install such electronic logs. Shortage of Insurance Adjusters Could Stall Florida's Recovery After Irma, Florida residents are lacking in many […]

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EU May Take New Tack in Taxing Tech Giants The EU pledged to propose new rules to tax internet giants such Google and Facebook, embracing France’s push for extra measures to squeeze more money out of large multinationals operating in Europe. CEO of Brazil's JBS Is Arrested in New Twist of Scandal at Meatpacker Brazilian […]

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New Rules Coming for Self-Driving Cars The Trump administration plans to introduce new voluntary guidelines for autonomous vehicles on Tuesday in a bid to increase flexibility for car and tech companies and speed the industry’s development in the U.S. How Two Years of Crisis Has Tested Volkswagen's CEO Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller speaks about a […]

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The New Corporate Recruitment Pool: Workers in Dead-End Jobs In a tight labor market, companies are looking to set up in cities with large numbers of the underemployed. In response, cities and economic-development agencies are touting this metric as a tool to lure employers. Equifax Customer Complaints Keep Piling Up Equifax struggled over the weekend […]

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Airlines Mark Down Tickets in Irma-Affected Areas Airlines capped prices on tickets departing from much of Florida and the Caribbean, after customers complained that seats on the few flights that remained ahead of Hurricane Irma were far more expensive than usual. Equifax Hack Leaves Consumers, Financial Firms Scrambling Consumers, financial firms and regulators were scrambling […]

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Equifax Hack Leaves Consumers, Financial Firms Scrambling Consumers, financial firms and regulators were scrambling to assess the damage the massive hack at Equifax could cause even as the credit-reporting company came under attack on multiple fronts for its handling of the cyberattack. Uber Faces FBI Probe Over Program Targeting Rival Lyft Federal law-enforcement authorities in […]

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A Small Bet Is Reaping Big Gains for Samsung Samsung, one of the world’s biggest makers of display panels, is set to reap large rewards this year by betting on the right mobile display technology. Uber Faces FBI Probe Over Program Targeting Rival Lyft Federal law-enforcement authorities in New York are investigating whether Uber used […]

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EU Court Backs Intel's Appeal of 2009 Fine The European Union’s highest court backed Intel’s appeal of a $1.26 billion EU antitrust fine in 2009, referring the case back to a lower court and dealing a blow to an antitrust regulator that has taken a hard line on U.S. tech giants. Wanda Sues Over 'False' […]

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U.S., Mexico Sparring Sets Dim Tone for Nafta Talks The second round of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement began under a dark cloud after both the U.S. and Mexico raised the stakes dramatically in recent days. Steady Hiring Without Wage Gains Deepens Puzzle for Fed An extended run of modest labor […]

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