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Flowers Foods to Acquire Hostess Assets
Walgreen Declares Quarterly Dividend
EPA Cites Shell for Arctic Air Pollution
J&J's Prostate Cancer Drug Zytiga Approved for Earlier Use in EU
"Zero Dark Thirty" Tops Weekend Box Office
Websense Names New CEO
Ukraine Reportedly Seeking $15 Billion IMF Loan
Report: Apple Cutting Back iPhone Component Orders
Coca-Cola to Address Obesity for First Time in Ads
UPS Expects to Abandon $7 Billion TNT Takeover Bid
Obama Demands Quick Action to Raise Debt Limit
Level 3 Communications Inks NATO Deal
Oil Down Slightly; Traders Await U.S. Reports
Euro Jumps to 10-Month High Versus Dollar
S&P: Outlook Steady on Sprint and Clearwire
PayPal Tops Target With 23 National Retailers on Board
Samsung Reaches 100 Million Milestone With Galaxy S Series
Swatch to Buy Harry Winston Jewelry Business in $1 Billion Deal
SAIC, CACI Part of Defense Department Contract Worth Up to $899 Million
Garmin Launches Dog Training Collars
Hitting the Debt Limit: What Bills Would Be Paid?
Greece Bundles Bailout Terms Into Emergency Bill
Fund Investors Exit Stock Funds for Sixth Year in a Row
DryShips Gets Rid of 2 Unfinished Ships
Toyota Retakes Global Auto Sales Crown From GM
Embraer Delivered 205 Jets in 2012
Metals, Grain Prices Higher in Trading
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