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Ford car seat that can detect heart attacks

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Icahn calls Apple a rare 50-year success

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Republicans push Obama on TPP vote

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Qoros stakes turnround on China auto market

New CEO of lossmaking Chinese carmaker drops focus on Europe at it aims for profit by 2018

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