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Business Day|Takata Airbag Recall Is Said to Grow by 35 Million
Regulators are expected to announce as early as Wednesday that at least 35 million additional airbags made by Takata will need to be fixed, according to a person briefed on the matter.
Takata air bag recall could more than double in size  Los Angeles Times
Takata to announce recall of 35 million-40 million US air bag inflators: sources  Reuters
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Google to Get Fiat Chrysler Minivans for Self-Driving Tests
Fiat Chrysler will provide Google with Chrysler Pacifica minivans to be outfitted with driverless technology. Credit Fabrizio Costantini for The New York Times.
Automakers report strong April sales, but their shares fall on economic worries  Washington Post
Alphabet, Fiat Chrysler in Self-Driving Cars Deal  Wall Street Journal
Dollar rises off lows as oil's drop weighs on developing markets
The dollar rebounded sharply Tuesday after a key gauge of its strength tumbled to its weakest level since January 2015 earlier in the session, as a drop in oil prices pressured vulnerable emerging-market currencies.
Nasdaq falls 1%, closes at lowest since mid-March despite Apple gain  CNBC
Dollar Reverses Losses as Oil Sinks, Jobs Loom  Wall Street Journal
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew: Puerto Rico crisis is 'immediate and real'
During an appearance at Tuesday's Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew warns that the Puerto Rico crisis is severe.
Puerto Rico could face financial chaos without Congress plan: Lew  Reuters
Lew Calls for Congressional Action on Business Tax Code  Wall Street Journal
At Work: Silicon Valley Female Leaders Launch Tool to Measure and Improve ...
A group of influential women in the tech industry on Tuesday launched a tool to better measure and increase diversity in technology, an area where they say not enough progress has been made.
Quinn: Doubling down on diversity, even in a downturn  San Jose Mercury News
These tech activists have a plan to improve diversity  CNNMoney
Tampa Bay Times buys Tampa Tribune, ends decades-old rivalry
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Florida's largest newspaper, The Tampa Bay Times, said Tuesday it has purchased its main competitor, the Tampa Tribune, ending a decades-long newspaper rivalry.
Tampa Bay Times Buys Rival, Tampa Tribune, and Begins to Close It Down  New York Times
A Times Editorial Editorial: A new era for the Tampa Bay Times
Verizon strikers take their fight to shareholders
The Communication Workers of America, who have been on strike since April 13, say they will want shareholders to vote to cap executive pay and shares.
Verizon, Unions Still Far From Agreement After Latest Talks Fail  Bloomberg
FCC Complaint Says Verizon"s "Deceiving" Its DSL Customers  DSL Reports
CBS Blows Past Earnings Estimates on Strength of Super Bowl, Robust Prime Time ...
CBS (CBS - Get Report) , the nation's largest broadcast network measured by viewers, rode its coverage of the Feb. 7 Super Bowl and an industrywide increase in advertising sales to a 31% boost in earnings in the first quarter to $1.02 a share that blew ...
CBS' Les Moonves “Salivating” For Upfront Ad Sales As Demand Grows  Deadline
CBS beats Street 1Q forecasts  Miami Herald
Adobe acquires social engagement platform Livefyre
Livefyre has been acquired by Adobe, which was confirmed by Livefyre's chief executive Jordan Kretchmer. Adobe plans to integrate the content curation and audience engagement service into its Experience Manager offering and also make it part of its ...
Adobe acquires Livefyre  TechCrunch
Software Giant Adobe Gobbles Up a Content Startup
Aeropostale closing over 100 stores, may file for bankruptcy
Want more news? Sign up for free newsletters to get more of the AJC delivered to your inbox. NEW YORK - Teen clothing store Aeropostale is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Aeropostale Inc (AROP): This Teen Retailer Is Dead
Clothier Aeropostale Will Reportedly File for Bankruptcy  Money Magazine