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Squeezing the middle
With a diminishing middle class and income disparity growing, consumer goods companies are rethinking their strategy. Procter & Gamble
McGraw Hill to split in two
After reviewing its strategy, McGraw-Hill
Broadcom and NetLogic unite
Bank of America tightens its belt
After announcing its new cost-cutting project New BAC, Bank of America
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