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Amazon Prime Strikes Another Exclusive Deal: FX's "Justified"
General Dynamics and Oceaneering International Win Sub Contracts Worth $397 Million
Priceline Beats on Q1 EPS, Revenue Guidance
Shell Buys Natural Gas Assets for $6.2 Billion
Best Buy Cutting 400 Jobs at Headquarters
Honeywell to Buy New Corporate Digs in N.J.
Orbital Sciences Successfully Test Fires Antares Space Launch Vehicle
Medtronic Wins FDA Approval for Longer Stents
Dolby's Next-Generation Sound Technology to Appear in ZTE Smartphones
MasterCard Pairs With VimpelCom for Mobile Payments Offering
Dentsply Raises Annual Dividend 13.6%
Hostess Sale of Bread Brands Nears Completion
Obama, Top Lawmakers to Meet Friday on Budget Cuts
Miller Brewing Plans New Growth Strategy in Canada
Airbus Parent EADS Sees Big Drop in Q4 Profit
AT&T Reaches Tentative Agreement With Workers
Pending Homes Sales up 4.5% for January
Transportation Drags Down Durable Goods Orders for January
Apple CEO: "Great Stuff" Is in the Works
Ryanair's Irish Takeover Rejected by European Commission
Oil Prices Get Small Boost
MetroPCS Chairman Sells 100,000 Additional Shares
Expert: BP Engaged in "Pattern of Misreporting"
Italy Situation Raises Questions About ECB Safety Net
Hyundai Nearing Settlement of Gas Mileage Cases
Gold Falls as Italy Fears Ease
California Governor Fast-Track's NextEra's $1 Billion Solar Farm
Shell Suspends Alaska Drilling
Alaska Air Awards $88 Million in 2012 Bonuses
Clearwire Will Access $80 Million Credit Line From Sprint
Endo Health Solutions Names New CEO
Alcatel-Lucent to Bring LTE to Iraq
ReneSola Ships 100MW of PV Modules to Australia
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