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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

New York Times Business

Bits Blog: New Lawsuits Emerge in HP’s Long-Running Autonomy Dispute

30 minutes ago
Hewlett-Packard announced it was suing Autonomy’s executives, and the executives are suing back. It is all related to an $11 billion acquisition that went bad. by QUENTIN HARDY

The Healing Power of Your Own Medical Records

1 hour 10 minutes ago
There are signs that letting patients access their files makes them take better care of themselves, but the medical establishment still resists. by STEVE LOHR

Daily News Said to Get Bids From Cablevision and Billionaire Grocer

1 hour 35 minutes ago
John Catsimatidis, the owner of Gristedes, and Cablevision, led by James Dolan, are said to have made bids to buy the newspaper. by RAVI SOMAIYA

Wall St. Opens Slightly Lower a Day After a Big Jump

4 hours 2 minutes ago
As the end of the quarter approached, traders were especially active in closing out positions. by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Trevor Noah, New ‘Daily Show’ Host, Comes Under Scrutiny for Tweets

4 hours 22 minutes ago
As potential audience members scoured Mr. Noah’s past work and social media, they uncovered many posts on his Twitter account that they deemed to be offensive to women or Jews. by DAVE ITZKOFF

Driven: Video Review: The Chrysler 300 Is Serious, Just Shy of Luxurious

4 hours 40 minutes ago
The Chrysler 300 offers the cost-conscious shopper a roomy, dynamic sedan with serious style, along with a hint of menace. by TOM VOELK

Charter to Buy Bright House Networks in $10 Billion Deal

4 hours 54 minutes ago
Charter’s acquisition of Bright House hinges on the approval of Comcast’s deal for Time Warner Cable, which would have Charter acquire subscribers. by DAVID GELLES

Andreessen Horowitz Invests Another $52 Million in Network Start-Up Tanium

4 hours 59 minutes ago
The new investment values the start-up at about $1.75 billion, or nearly double the valuation attached to its financing round last summer. by MICHAEL J. de la MERCED

Square Feet: Meatpacking District’s Next Act Includes an Influx of Office Space and More

5 hours 21 minutes ago
Samsung’s New York City headquarters and a 10-story office and retail tower, not to mention the Whitney Museum, will open soon in the district. by RONDA KAYSEN

Mergers & Acquisitions: Yoox to Merge With Net-a-Porter in All-Share Deal

5 hours 26 minutes ago
The transaction would create an online luxury fashion retailer from two companies that posted total revenue of about $1.4 billion in 2014, Yoox said. by CHAD BRAY and VANESSA FRIEDMAN

Obama to Offer Major Blueprint on Climate Change

6 hours 24 minutes ago
The president’s plan, likely to draw opposition from Republicans, would cut greenhouse gas emissions in the United States 26 to 28 percent by 2025. by CORAL DAVENPORT

Driven: Video Review: The Chrysler 500 Is Serious, Just Shy of Luxurious

6 hours 34 minutes ago
The Chrysler 300 offers the cost-conscious shopper a roomy, dynamic sedan with serious style, along with a hint of menace. by TOM VOELK

Consumer Prices in Eurozone Decline Again

8 hours 24 minutes ago
Energy prices led the overall 0.1 percent drop in March, falling 5.8 percent from a year earlier. by DAVID JOLLY

Bits Blog: IBM Scores Weather Data Deal and Starts Internet of Things Unit

13 hours 58 minutes ago
IBM adds another big data source to its data analysis business in a partnership with the Weather Company. by STEVE LOHR

News Analysis: Role of Illness in Germanwings Crash Raises Worry About Stigma

The intense focus on the co-pilot’s mental illness has raised concerns that it could stigmatize mentally ill people and make it harder to identify troubled workers. by ERICA GOODE

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