Motley Fool Staff
October 22, 2013
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Shell to Pay $280 Million for Share of Brazilian Off-Shore Drilling Rights
J.C. Penney, Martha Stewart Living Shorten and Consolidate Partnership
New Models Push Harley-Davidson Sales Growth
Buffett: Gates Won't Return as Microsoft CEO
Facebook Grapples With Grisly Content
Yankees Reduce Some Ticket Prices, Raise Others
Lockheed Martin Earnings Jump 16% Despite Sales Decrease
Chrysler Finally Starts Shipping Jeep Cherokees
Freeport-McMoRan Earnings Dip Slightly
Delta Air Lines Earnings Soar 29%
Jobs Growth Slowed in Sept.; Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.2%
0.6% Construction Growth Beats Analysts' Aug. Expectations
Quality of Jobs Improves in Weak Month of Hiring
Apple Unveils Revamped MacBook Pros With Retina Display
FDA Reviews 2 Promising New Hepatitis C Drugs This Week
What Apple's New iPad Air Means for Investors
Apple Rolls Out iPad Air and Updated iPad Mini
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