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- Duke Energy
reported earnings and is working to go forward with its acquisition of Progress Energy (NYSE: DUK) . (NYSE: PGN)
enjoyed a record profit for its full 2011 fiscal year. However, the automaker said it will freeze the company’s pension plan for 19,000 workers as GM moves them over to a 401(k) plan. (NYSE: GM)
is eyeing new deals in hopes of increasing its spectrum. But the carrier’s interest in Dish Network (NYSE: T) could turn up empty-handed, because Dish has plans to build out a high-speed wireless network of its own. (Nasdaq: DISH)
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