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A No-Go for Sea Launch

Animal Health Firm Zoetis Is Biggest IPO Since Facebook

General Electric May Sell Train Engines to Russian Railways Subsidiary

Ebix Raises Dividend by 50%

Washington Post Explores Sale of HQ Building

Aqua America Declares Its First Dividend of 2013

Novartis Recalls OTC Cough Syrups

Mattel Increases Dividend

Toyota U.S. Sales Surge in January

"Django Unchained" Tops Worldwide Weekend Box Office Again

Blackstone Buys Into 2 Maldives Air Taxi Businesses

GlaxoSmithKline Begins Phase 3 Melanoma Study

Entergy, Superdome Explain Sunday's Super-Blackout

Greece Says It Met Deficit-Cutting Targets in 2012

Hewlett-Packard Announces Its First Chromebook

Oracle to Buy Acme Packet for $1.7 Billion

Spain's Political Scandal Pushes Euro Lower

Apple Reports on Assemblers, Suppliers, and Child Labor

In Canada, the Phaseout of the Penny Begins

BioScrip Closes $70 Million Purchase of HomeChoice Partners

YouTube and Google+ Showcase Brazil's Carnival

March 1 Spending Cuts Now Seem Likely

IBM to Acquire Star Analytics' Software

Oracle Accelerates Release of Java Security Patch

Amazon Offers Discount on 8.9-Inch Kindle Fire HDs

The Medicines Company Licenses Alnylam's Cholesterol Program

S&P Says It Expects DOJ Lawsuit Over Mortgage Ratings

Oil Falls to Near $96 After Weeks of Strong Gains

Wynn Resorts Gets Good News From Regulator, Court

Gold Rises, Wheat Falls in Monday Trading

Rates Mixed at Weekly Treasury Bill Auction

New Factory Orders up 1.8% for December

Clorox Shares Hit All-Time High Following Q2 Results

Renault-Nissan Posts Record Sales for 2012

Gannett Posts Higher Revenue, Lower Net in Q4

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