VW Works Closely With Unions in Germany, but UAW May Be Less Cuddly 

Organizers are raring for "the real fight" after their win in Chattanooga, signaling a more adversarial dynamic than the automaker has known back at home.

Nissan Motor Shares Drop After Annual Profit Estimate Lowered on Slower Sales 

Nissan Motor shares fell sharply after The Japanese automaker lowered its estimate for fiscal year net profit, partly due to slower car sales.

Nike Reverses Course as Innovation Stalls and Rivals Gain Ground 

Shoe giant stumbled as CEO John Donahoe pulled away from retailers and relied on old hits. Now it says it's refocusing on cutting-edge footwear for athletes.

Salesforce's Talks to Buy Informatica Fizzle 

The deal for the data-management software firm would have ranked among Salesforce's largest.

Air New Zealand Warns on Profits As Headwinds Stay Strong 

Air New Zealand warned on profits as it grapples with revenue headwinds in its home market and in North America.

South32 Expects Gemco Wharf Operations Restart to Take Up to a Year 

South32 expects it will take around a year to restart manganese ore exports from Australia following cyclone damage, unless it can find an alternative shipping option.

GEF Capital Collects $325 Million for Energy-Efficiency Bets 

The firm has wrapped up its second U.S. buyout fund to back companies and technologies that curb energy use.

Chipotle Keeps Raising Prices. Gym Rats and Millennials Are Still Buying Burritos. 

Despite repeated price increases, the burrito chain is outperforming restaurant competitors with customers who tend to have higher incomes and be health conscious.

Unions Take Aim at South After UAW Win 

A successful drive at a VW plant in Tennessee has organizers eyeing gains in a fast-growing region that has historically been inhospitable to unions.

Coach, Michael Kors Tie-Up Opens a Curious Bag of Antitrust Concerns 

The proposed merger's fate might rest on the definition of "affordable luxury."

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