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Synovus Completes Sale of Distressed Assets
ICE To Begin Testing BlackBerry 10
Yahoo Adds 1 Director, Loses 2 Board Members
Encana and PetroChina Subsidiary Form a JV in Alberta
Raytheon Wins DARPA Contract
UTC Sells Subsidiary to Carlyle Group
Raytheon Acquires Data Encryption Company
BioScrip Buys DaVita Subsidiary for $70 Million
Adobe 4Q Results Beat Estimates
GM's Pickups Get a New Look For a New Year
Florida OKs Rate Increase for NextEra Utility
Could More Modest Fiscal Cliff Bargain Go Forward?
China, S. Africa Ban Beef Imports From Brazil on Mad-Cow Fears
Coca-Cola FEMSA Buying 51% Stake in Coke's Philippines Bottler
Silver Bay Realty Trust Raises $245 Million in IPO
EU Panel Recommends Approving Alexza's Adasuve
Chevron Pays $1.8 Million to Settle Improper-Payments Claim With Utah
Euro Soars to 7-Month High Against Dollar
PPG Industries to Buy AkzoNobel Paint Unit for $1.05 Billion
Bank of New York Mellon Announces Executive Promotions
Oil Gains on Positive U.S., China Factory Data
Southwest to Charge No-Show Passengers
Discovery Communications to Buy Nordic TV Networks in $1.7 Billion Deal
Cheaper Gas Lowers Consumer Prices 0.3%
European Central Bank Warns Against Complacency
Industrial Production Recovers After Sandy
Nike Presses Oregon for Tax Deal in Exchange for Jobs
Ford Talking to EPA About Hybrids' Fuel Economy
Gold Flat; Wheat, Corn Rise
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