Tesla–The automaker reached agreement with New York State on how it may sell its cars. Tesla will be allowed to keep its five currently licensed retail locations, but additional locations will need to follow state dealer franchise laws.
General Motors—CEO Mary Barra will testify before Congress on the company's controversial ignition switch recall. GM expanded its recall Friday to 2.6 million vehicles, adding 917,000 more units.
FedEx–The company faces an expanded suit over its alleged illegal delivery of cigarettes to residential addresses. New York State has joined New York City in a suit that charges the delivery company with violating state and federal laws.
Apple–The tech giant will face an expanded suit involving e-books, with a federal judge granting class action certification to a consumer suit charging the company with conspiring to fix prices.
Citigroup–The battered mega bank was hurt by negligent auditing on its way to failing the latest Federal Reserve stress test, according to the Financial Times.
Novartis–The drug giant is ending a heart drug study early following strong results. The drug is designed to treat chronic heart failure.
Forest Labs–The company and Hungarian partner Gedeon Richter announced positive results in a study of their antipsychotic drug Cariprazine.
Medtronic–The medical device maker announced positive news about its non-surgical valve used to delay open heart surgery in children with congenital heart defects. A study showed the valve continued to work well in all but a few patients after a year.
BlackBerry–The smartphone maker won a court order banning Typo Products from selling a snap-on iPhone-like keyboard for BlackBerry handsets. Typo said it would appeal the ruling.
—By CNBC's Peter Schacknow
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