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Readers of The New York Times will pay more for its Sunday edition and home delivery starting April 2, the company announced Tuesday. Soaring newsprint costs will boost the price of the Sunday paper from $2 to $2.50 and the weekly cost of home delivery from $6.10 to $6.70, Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. said.

Mazda said it is recalling 564 of its 1995-model 626 sedans because a possible defect in the passenger-side airbag module could keep it from inflating.

Motorola Inc. and NEC Corp. of Japan are both set to take a 17 percent stake in the money-losing French computermaker Cie des Machines Bull, sources close to the talks said Tuesday.

Pizza Hut, the world's largest pizza chain, on Monday is expected to introduce "stuffed pizza," which the company described as "the most significant innovation in pizza since pan pizza debuted 15 years ago."

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