In the News: Suzuki, Election Day, Netflix and more

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The most expensive presidential election in U.S. history comes to a close as America heads to the polls.

Suzuki to end U.S. auto sales and file Chapter 11.

Netflix adopts poison-pill defense and Carl Icahn slams it.

Apple is said to be considering switch from Intel for Mac and may be seeing tablet dominance come to an end, as EU reportedly ready to stike a deal on e-books.

Balenciaga parts ways with longtime creative director Nicolas Ghesquière.

BMW shrugs off high costs as profit rises.

CBS signs multi-year deal with Hulu.

Eight O’Clock Coffee sends “superfans” on junket.

GM bolsters its credit line against European losses and pension costs.[more]

HarperCollins closes book warehouses.

Humana brings doctors in-house.

Hyundai and Kia are sued in federal court for overstating mileage.

Macy’s creates new paean to Miracle on 34th Street.

Pandora sues ASCAP in bid to lower music license fees.

Renault and Caterham agree to build sports cars.

Tata Steel is slapped with huge fine in India.

Time Warner Cable loses subscribers.

Toyota raises full-year forecast.

Zales sends fingers down the runway for holidays.

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