In the News: Deutsche Telekom, The Masters, Toyota and more

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Deutsche Telekom raises bid for MetroPCS.

The Masters begins at Augusta National today with Tiger Woods again among the favorites.

Toyota and other Japanese automakers recall 3.4 million vehicles over Takata airbag.

Applebee’s led first-quarter social media engagement by restaurants.

Barnes & Noble rebrands self-publishing platform PubIt! as Nook Press as it continues to invest in future of Nook brand.

Justin Bieber backs a debit card for teens, from parents.

ConocoPhillips suspends Arctic drilling plan.

Daimler says worsening Europe puts its 2013 profit outlook in doubt.

Dell plans to double sales outlets in China.[more]

Dollar Shave Club rides momentum created by cheeky video.

Dunkin’ Donuts redesigns hot teas.

GM says sales in Africa will climb 20 percent.

GM renews commitment to European brand Opel.

J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon apologizes again for London Whale trade loss.

KPMG identifies inside trader.

Lexus crosses country with concert tour.

Macy’s announces “American Icons” campaign with pro-social element.

Martha Stewart wins relatively minor victory in legal trial that pits Macy’s against JCPenney.

McDonald’s tackles repair of “broken service” and cross-promotes Skylanders on Happy Meal.

Microsoft plans 7-inch tablet.

Netflix steps up Arrested Development campaign.

P&G regains top spot in shopper marketing, passing Unilever.

Samsung launches Galaxy Mega phablet brand with two devices.

Sanofi struggles to shut a research lab in France.

Sony sees theaters in China pull Django Unchained.

Taco Bell highlights nutritional goals.

The University of California unveils new athletic look, logo.

Walgreens outlines three-pronged strategy for healthcare savings.

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