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Textron Wins $20 Million Anti-IED Contract
In-House Expertise No Longer Worth It, Executives Say
S&P Dow Jones Wins Intellectual Property Dispute
T-Mobile Silently Increases iPhone 5 Down Payment
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EU to Shift Bill for Bank Failures to Creditors
Northern Tier Energy Swings to Profit in Q1, Declares Payout
Petrobras Borrowing $11 Billion by Selling Bonds
N.Y. Says Theft of iDevices Is Serious Problem
Slovenia Government, Unions Agree on Wage Cuts
Google Fiber Names Another City: Gladstone, Mo.
Starbucks Plans to Double Number of Stores in Thailand
France Approves Major Labor Reform Package
Jaguar Land Rover Notches Big Increases in UK, Asia Pacific
Import and Export Prices Drop for Second Straight Month
NVIDIA to Begin Taking Pre-Orders for Shield
DISH to Borrow $2.5 Billion for Potential Sprint Buy
Verizon Wireless to Distribute $7 Billion to Verizon, Vodafone
Amazon Launches Cloud Player Desktop Client
Microsoft Details Upcoming Windows 8 Upgrade
Fitch Upgrades Greece's Credit Rating
BlackBerry Announces New Q5 Smartphone
BNY Mellon Chief Economist Expects Multiyear Global Economic Expansion
BlackBerry Expanding Popular BBM Messaging Service to Other Platforms
Oil Slides as IEA Sees U.S. Output Rising
CBO Estimates 2013 Deficit at $642 Billion
Gold Prices Slide as Dollar Rises, Stocks Rally
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