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UK's FSA Fines UBS for Unauthorized Trading That Lost $2.3 Billion

Reports: Knight Capital Trying to Sell Market Making Unit

GlaxoSmithKline Plans to Expand Indian and Nigerian Presence

ConocoPhillips to Quit Caspian Sea Venture

SEC Official Elisse Walter Chosen to Lead Agency

BP Names New Head of Upstream Division

McGraw-Hill Selling Education Unit for $2.5 Billion

Buffett Calls for Minimum Tax on Wealthy, Starting at 30%

Cyber Monday Likely to Be Busiest Online Sales Day

Euro Little Changed as Traders Await Greece Deal

White House: Tax Hike Threat Could Hurt Retailers

Feds Seize 132 Domain Names to Stop Knockoff Sales

Citigroup Reinstates Apple's "Buy" Rating

Protesters Fight Against Brazil's Oil Royalty Plan

Yahoo's Stock Hits $19 for First Time Since 2010

Oil and Gold Fall, Soybeans Gain in Trading

GE Lighting to Acquire LED Fixture Company Albeo Technologies

Facebook Stock Climbs After Upgrade

Precision Castparts to Buy Synchronous Aerospace

Bosch Settles FTC Charges, Agrees to Sell RTI Subsidiary

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