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Deal Reached for Stopping Spike in Milk Prices
Poland Investigations Corruption Allegations by U.S. Firm
Progress Seen in Last-Minute Fiscal Cliff Talks
China Court Orders Apple to Pay in Rights Dispute
FDA Clears Anticlotting Drug Eliquis
Boeing Awarded $895 Million to Upgrade C-17s
Netflix CEO's Salary Quadrupled for 2013
FCC Fixes Rules for In-Flight Internet
Novo Nordisk's Ryzodeg Approved for Diabetes Treatment in Japan
Report: Yahoo! Completes South Korea Exit
China Manufacturing Hits 19-Month High
Oil Inches Up as Cliff Deadline Approaches
Reid: 2 Sides Still Apart on Fiscal Cliff Deal
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Paying $149.5 Million to Settle Lehman Brothers Dispute
FDA OKs First TB Drug in 40 Years Tackling the Disease in a New Way
Tribune Co. Exits Bankruptcy Protection After 4 Years
AP Sources: Fiscal Cliff Deal Emerging
Consortium to Buy Duff & Phelps in $665.5 Million Deal
Acquisition of Complete Genomics by Chinese Company Gets Green Light
Obama: "It's Not Done"
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