Motley Fool Staff
September 3, 2013
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Dow Futures Surge After Microsoft Buys Half of Nokia
Microsoft to Buy Nokia Cell Phone Unit as Part of $7.2 Billion Deal
Toyota to Increase U.S. Transmission Production
Coca-Cola FEMSA to Acquire Brazilian Bottler for $1.86 Billion
CBS, Time Warner Deal Ends TV Blackout in NY, LA, Dallas
Ford Recalls 370,000 Vehicles
NHTSA Looks Into Complaints of Nissan SUV Fluid Leak
Jarden Corp. to Buy Yankee Candle for $1.75 Billion
Potash Companies Continue Their Dispute
For DC Comics, the Villains Take the Reins
Range Resources Keeps Steady Dividend
Manufacturing Growth Slows 1.1% for August
0.6% Growth in Construction Spending Is Double Analyst Expectations
Kodak Exits Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Reports: Bank of America Looks to Sell Stake in China Construction Bank
New Orders Push Manufacturing Index to Major Gains
Google Chooses Kit Kat Chocolate Bar Over Key Lime Pie
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