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Volkswagen board meets to anoint new CEO, @MattjCurtin reports
Lufthansa, Ryanair CEOs lock horns over airlines’ futures
Sharp pressed to find investors in smartphone-display business, @ericpfanner reports
Albertsons to raise up to $1.84 billion in IPO
EU probes Staples’ planned buy of Office Depot on competition concerns, @TomFairless reports
Schlumberger won’t extend deadline to buy Eurasia Drilling stake, @SelinaWilliams3 reports
Porridge, anyone? Cereal makers tweak recipes for emerging markets
Facebook’s free Internet access program faces backlash from users
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Cyber risk isn’t always in the computer via @WSJ
Silicon Valley will host Modi and likely push for more access to India. via @WSJ
A cottage industry of ad blockers has emerged, propelled in part by Apple via @WSJ
McDonald’s taps Chris Kempczinski as head of strategy via @WSJ
Facebook’s free Internet access program faces backlash from users via @WSJ
Videogame tournaments to air on TBS on Friday nights via @WSJ
Fracking firms that drove oil boom struggle to survive via @WSJ
Coke to consolidate U.S. bottlers under new supply system via @WSJ
Sprint Counters T-Mobile’s Low-Price iPhone Plan via @WSJ
Adidas moves to address environmental worries via @WSJ
Caterpillar announces plans to cut 10,000 jobs and projects further revenue declines via @WSJ
Volkswagen to name Porsche’s Matthias Müller as new CEO via @WSJ
VW’s customers feel confusion, remorse
Volkswagen, the symbol of Germany Inc.
Volkswagen CEO resigns as car maker races to stem emissions scandal, @berlindiary reports

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