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Merck Lowers 2013 Guidance
Chesapeake Sells Mississippi Lime Assets to SemGroup
Manufacturing Growth Hits New 2013 Low
Vehicle Sales Slump 2.3% in April
ECB Cuts Benchmark Rate to 0.5%
Buffett Says Women Key to Nation's Prosperity
Intel Names COO Brian Krzanich as New CEO
Royal Dutch Shell CEO to Retire Next Year
Obama Taps Pritzker, Froman for Economic Jobs
Huntington-Ingalls Wins $487 Million Coast Guard Cutter Contract
Reactions to European Central Bank Rate Cut
McGraw-Hill Education Apologizes for Online Test-Taking Problems
Kellogg's Cereal Quandary: Luring Back Adults
Berkshire Subsidiary Wins Big Pentagon Contract
Shareholder Rejects Stillwater Mining Settlement Offer
Oil Drilling Technology Leaps, Clean Energy Lags
Initial Jobless Claims Drop 5.3%
Metals, Energy Futures Bounce Back
U.S. Q1 Productivity Rises 0.7%
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