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Apr. 24 - General Motors CEO Mary Barra says the massive recall hasn't hurt sales of GM vehicles. But costs from the recall slammed its profit. Fred Katayama reports.
April 24 - General Motor's growth is starting to slow in North America. With a build-up in inventories, this could lead to some pricing pressure soon, says Fitch's Stephen Brown.
April 24 - South Africa's mining strike is hurting some of the industry's biggest names. Anglo American says its platinum output has slumped, and there's speculation it could pull out altogether. Ivor Bennett reports.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett tells Reuters correspondent Luciana Lopez that the incentives to invest in wind energy vary state by state, but every time he learns of a possible wind project, he's interested.
April 24 - One year after hundreds of Bangladesh textile workers died in the Rana Plaza disaster, a 'Fashion Revolution' wants consumers to restyle their clothes and shopping habits to ensure fairness for those employed in a multi-billion dollar industry. Joanna Partridge reports.
April 24 - Breakingviews columnists discuss Apple’s quarterly results and why they’d prefer to see CEO Tim Cook unveil new products rather than financial tweaks like those demanded by Carl Icahn.
April 24 - Latest results from Unilever, Pernod and other major brands point to softening consumer demand in emerging markets. But is the European shopper on the rise again? Hayley Platt reports.
The Berkshire Hathaway chief executive tells Reuters correspondent Luciana Lopez that regulators need to “stamp out” high-frequency trading if it amounts to front-running in the stock markets
The Oracle of Omaha tells Reuters correspondent Luciana Lopez that the deadly Lac-Megantic train crash was a ‘wake-up call’ for companies moving crude oil around North America. Buffett predicts ‘we’re going to move a lot of crude around this country,’ and safety is a major concern.
April 24 - Bernie Ecclestone fights for his name - and his throne as the king of Formula One - as a bribery trial opens against him in Munich. Would a conviction hurt or help the sport's image? David Pollard reports.
April 24 - General Motors managed to eke out a profit and boost revenue despite writing off $1.3 billion to cover the costs of its massive recall. Fred Katayama reports.
April 24 - General Electric keeps quiet on reports it's in talks to buy French turbine and train maker Alstom. Ivor Bennett reports on what could be an embarrassing rumour for the French government, with business-friendly reforms proving a hard sell.
April 24 - London’s booming housing market isn’t the only thing luring in wealthy investors. The city’s art market is attracting the super rich from emerging markets. But they don’t always get what they want.
April 24 - Who'll replace David Moyes in the Man Utd hot seat? Plus, tips and analysis of the weekend's crunch Premier League ties and the Champions League semi-final second legs.
April 24 - Reuters Breakingviews ponders the rumours that GE is in talks to buy Alstom and says the timing couldn’t be worse for the French government, politically and economically.
April 24 - Construction projects across the U.S. receive a fresh source of funds from Chinese eager for a green card in exchange. Jane Lanhee Lee looks at the rising popularity of a once-obscure visa scheme.
Honda is expected to roll out strong earnings while investors watch China’s AgBank results for signs of a rise in non-performing loans. Tara Joseph reports.
April 24 - China's multitude of state-owned enterprises are in need of reform, but Breakingviews' John Foley argues that the banks that lend to them too cheaply need to spark the real change.
April 24 - Google Campus’ Eze Vidra, Passion Capital's Eileen Burbidge and Jeff Lynn, CEO of crowdfunder Seedrs, explain why hedge fund manager David Einhorn is wrong to say we’re in another tech bubble.
National Transportation Safety Board Chair Deborah Hersman praises Warren Buffett's leadership on oil-by-rail safety, but said the oil and rail industries have not reached consensus on raising safety standards.