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In the News

Delta Air Lines signs deal to purchase refinery to reduce jet fuel costs.

Facebook urges members to add “organ donor” status in Good Morning America announcement.

Walmart expands conservation program and urban push as pension plans in New York prepare to vote against its board at annual meeting.

Adidas deals with Derrick Rose injury.

Apple and Samsung hope to end bitter litigation.

Avon continues financial slide.

Bank of America plans to cut jobs from its upper ranks.[more]

Boeing strikes a trade-in deal with China Eastern airline.

BP earnings retreat on weaker output.

Campbell Soup aims to turn Millennials into core shoppers.

Caterpillar girds for strike in Joliet, Ill.

Chrysler reports that April sales rose 20 percent as monthly gains slow.

Coca-Cola explored talks to acquire Monster Beverage, WSJ says.

Einstein Bros. Bagels introduces low-calorie menu.

Flexjet touts jet-sharing service in the sky.

GE focuses on value of Australian operations.

J&J on lookout for acquisitions under new CEO.

Kia, America’s fastest-growing car brand, languishes in Hyundai‘s shadow.

Kraft launches ad campaign for Fig Newtons aiming them at health-concerned boomers.

News Corp. raked by U.K. parliamentary committee report.

P.F. Chang’s is sold for $1.1 billion.

Pfizer beats estimates on China growth.

Prince Sports, known for its tennis rackets, files for bankruptcy.

RIM woos developers to think BlackBerry with $13 billion app market.

Sahara casino may get back in the game.

Sears may boost chairman’s control with spinoff plan.

St. Jude Medical still plagued by heart-device problem.

Toyota pays for BuzzFeed takeover to promote Prius c.

Tumblr sees president resign.

& U.S. beer companies move to dismiss suit by American Indian tribe.