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Cypriot Finance Minister Michalis Sarris Resigns
FICO Starts Monitoring Social Networks
AT&T to Begin Selling Kindle Fire HD 8.9" Later This Week
Qatar Orders 500 U.S. Javelin Anti-Tank Missiles
NASDAQ Buys BGC's eSpeed Treasuries Business
Google and Privacy: 6 EU Countries Take Action
Trial Over Gulf Oil Spill Resumes With Halliburton
Eurozone Unemployment at Record 12%
AT&T Confirms Pricing and Availability of HTC One
As Facebook Matures, Is It Losing Its Edge?
Apple to Release Q2 Earnings April 23
Lear Agrees to Boost Share Repurchases
Orbitz, American Airlines Agree to End Litigation
French Ex-Minister Admits to Lying About Bank Account
ARM and Taiwan Semiconductor: New Mobile Chip Ready for Mass Production
Kimberly-Clark Buys Life-Tech Anesthesia Business
New Orders for Manufactured Goods up 3% for February
Oil Posts Slight Gain as Traders Await Supply Data
Report: U.S. Car and Light Truck Sales Down 17.6% for March
Turkish Cypriots: Solidarity Tinged With Relief
Apple Removed From Goldman Sachs' Conviction Buy List
Merz Pharma Outbids Valeant for Obagi
Rosetta Stone Buys Livemocha
Atmel Switches CFOs
TJX Boosts Dividend by 26%
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