Motley Fool Staff
February 11, 2013
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"Identity Thief" Leads Weekend Box Office
UK Watchdog Launches Investigation Into Autonomy
SBA Leader Mills to Leave Obama Administration
ECB Member Warns Against Trying to Weaken Euro
Senate Democrats Craft Bill to Avert Budget Cuts
Study: 1 in 5 Consumers Had Error in Credit Report
GlaxoSmithKline and Merck Aiding Fight Against HPV
PepsiCo Launches Breakfast Energy Drink
Dollar Rises Against the Yen
Report: AMR, US Airways Boards to Meet This Week
Oil Rises on Euro Gains; Pump Price at $3.59
Fed Official Hints at Longer Period for Low Rates
Gold, Most Commodities Lower in Trading
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