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GM Australia Unit to Cut 500 Jobs

Biodiesel Use Up 240% in 2011

Ron Johnson Leaves J.C. Penney, Ex-CEO Rehired

Merz Drops Out of Bidding for Obagi Medical

WWE Rumbles to New Record With WrestleMania

Brigus Gold Reports Record Quarterly Production

Herbalife Shares Halted; Reasons Unclear

Microsoft Escalates Advertising Assault on Google

Britain to Share Tax Info With European Countries

CommonWealth REIT Keeps Dividend Steady

Pandora Hits 200 Million Registered Users in U.S.

U.S., German Finance Chiefs Downplay Differences

Microsoft, Nokia, Others File EU Antitrust Complaint Against Google's Android

SAIC Lands Sandia Labs Contract Worth Up to $228 Million

Delta, Virgin Atlantic Seek Antitrust Immunity to Boost U.S.-U.K. Flights

Boingo, AT&T Join Global Wi-Fi Forces

Seaworld Could Be Worth $2.5 Billion at IPO

Confirmed: Google Fiber Expanding to Austin, Texas

Nokia Lumia 521 to Launch on T-Mobile in May

Google Revamps Design of Google Play on Android

Chrysler Recalls Cars to Fix Air Bag Lights

Dell Investor Questions Company's Analysis

U.S. Banks to Send Checks in Foreclosure Settlement

Chrysler Recalls 30,000 SUVs for Fuel Tank Problem

Wholesale Sales Rise, Inventories Drop for February

Energy Secretary Nominee Backs Natural Gas "Revolution"

Pump Prices Predicted to Drop for 2nd Summer in a Row

AT&T Announces Gigabit Fiber Service Plans in Response to Google

Obama to Nominate Package of Labor Board Members

Alibaba Expands Daily Deals to Hong Kong, Taiwan

Oil Rises Above $94; Gasoline Drops to $3.58

Court Approves Sale of Last of Core Hostess Assets

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