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"Newsweek" Goes Digital, Cuts Jobs

Sprint Makes Move on Clearwire

Leading Economic Indicators Point to Slow Growth

Weekly Jobless Claims Rise

Battle Lines Being Drawn at Brussels Summit

China GDP Growth Slows, but Meets Expectations

AP Source: Obama Was Potential Target in Federal Reserve Plot

Dollar Rises After Mixed U.S. Economic Data

U.S. Rate on 30-Year Fixed Mortgages Near Record Low

$499 Microsoft Surface Model Sells Out

Nokia Sells Fewer Windows Phones, Posts Loss

Oil Prices Waver Near $92

Verizon Dials Up Prudential for Pension Help

IBM Reportedly in Talks to Buy Israel Mobile Software Firm Red Bend

Shoppers' Holiday Budgets on the Rise

Beans, Corn Higher on Concerns About Weather

Alcatel-Lucent Learns to Say "You're Fired" in French

Money Market Fund Assets Rise to $2.568 Trillion

Google Issues a Bad Report Early, Hurting Nasdaq

Diplomats: EU Chiefs Agree on Bank Supervisor

Chevy Corvette Plant  Ready to Idle

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