Business Beat: Pizza Hut goes gluten-free; Boeing, Airbus split rivalry; Amazon goes to college

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Pizza Hut ready to roll out gluten-free pizzas

Pizza Hut is launching gluten-free pizza later this month through a partnership with Udi’s Gluten Free.

Boeing, Airbus split annual sales rivalry

Boeing Co. topped Airbus in deliveries to customers for the third straight year in 2014 — but the European aircraft manufacturer edged its U.S. rival in terms of future orders.

Amazon, UMass reach deal to sell students textbooks

Students at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst are expected to save hundreds of dollars a year by buying textbooks from online retailing giant Amazon under a deal announced Tuesday.

Airline flight delays up from a year ago, cancellations down

MillerCoors looks to tap the gluten-free market

Hospira to close North Carolina production plant

Chipotle: No pork at a third of restaurants

Stocks end up-and-down day with small losses

Facebook launches Amber Alerts to help find missing children

MetLife to challenge ‘too big too fail’ label

The Fresh Market says CEO has left, reiterates 2014 forecast

Verizon Vehicle targets OnStar, but works with almost any car [Mashable]

How Blue Apron plans to double its market [Inc.]

Grocery delivery startup Instacart raises $220 million [New York Times]

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