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- Graduates often start out their careers with tens of thousands of dollars in loans. The owner of the Bunny Ranch Brothel says he has an idea. Some graduate students, however, may find the price of the offer not worth the cost.
- Volkswagen's new chief executive says that a recall of cars with software at the center of the emissions-rigging scandal should start in January and the automaker aims to fix them all by the end of next year.
Volkswagen U.S. CEO Says He Didn't Know in 2014 of 'Defeat Devices' Volkswagen’s top U.S. executive told lawmakers he didn’t know or suspect in 2014 that the German auto maker was using “defeat-device” software to evade emissions tests on diesel-powered cars, despite hearing about issues with emissions compliance as early as that spring.
UAW Strike Averted at Fiat Chrysler The UAW reached a new tentative contract agreement with Fiat Chrysler, averting a strike that would have idled some, if not all, of the auto maker’s U.S. plants. Local UAW leaders will gather in Detroit on Friday to hear the details of the agreement and share them with members shortly thereafter.
New Diet Pepsi Leaves Some With a Bad Taste The new Diet Pepsi is having a rough debut since PepsiCo replaced the artificial sweetener aspartame with less-controversial sucralose in a bid to reverse plunging industrywide diet-soda sales.
Blackstone to Buy BioMed Realty Trust Blackstone will acquire BioMed Realty Trust in an $4.84 billion cash deal, adding more office buildings and laboratory-capable facilities to its real estate portfolio.
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