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Yahoo! Makes Its 3rd Acquisition in a Week
New Starbucks Store Marks Approach of 1,000th Opening in Japan
Alibaba CEO on Stepping Down: "I Will Not Come Back"
L-3 Communications Wins Australian Satellite Contract
Silver Wheaton Changes How Dividends Are Calculated
AsiaInfo-Linkage Agrees to Be Acquired for $890 Million
ATK to Acquire Shotgun and Hunting Rifle Maker
Euro Ministers Discussing Troubled Slovenia
Groupon Introduces iPad Point-of-Sale Tool for Merchants
Sony Introduces New Waterproof Smartphone
Obama: Targeting by IRS Is "Outrageous"
Amazon Coins Available for Kindle Customers
Vivus Increases Board to 9 Members
Greece Uses Emergency Power on Striking Teachers
Europe at Odds Over Next Steps to Banking Union
Retail Sales Up 0.1% Despite Cheaper Gasoline
Google Unifies Storage Among Cloud Services
Microsoft Upgrades SkyDrive Photos
Business Sales Slump for March
Honeywell Wins $72 Million Army "Driver's Ed" Contract
United Continental Ready to Fly Boeing's 787 Again
Carney: White House Counsel Told of IRS Review
Oil Falls to Near $95 as Dollar Strengthens
GM Says Supercomputers Will Keep Recalls in Check
Gold Prices Extend Slump as Dollar Edges Up
Verizon to Launch Samsung Galaxy S4 Earlier Than Expected
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