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Pentagon Awards $345 Million in Contracts Monday
Microsoft's Buying Some Blue Horseshoe Technology
Disney's "Lone Ranger" No Match for "Despicable Me 2" at the Box Office
Intuitive Surgical License Deal Sends Luna Shares to the Moon
Barnes & Noble CEO Resigns
Washington Post Co. to Invest in FaithStreet.com
Amazon Publishing Launches Original Line of Comics
Sprint Acquires Clearwire After Stockholders Approve Merger
Nordic American Tankers Makes It 64 in a Row
2 More Proxy Services Back Dell Sale to Michael Dell
Flowers Foods Gets OK to Acquire Hostess Breads and Bakeries
Regulatory Costs Prompt FirstEnergy to Shut Down Coal Power Plants
Sturm, Ruger Expanding Manufacturing Capacity
Netflix, CBS Extend Licensing Deal
FLY Leasing Increases Credit Line for Aircraft Purchases
IBM to Acquire Another Cloud Solutions Provider
Royal Dutch Shell Names New CEO
Alaska Airlines Raises Fees, Stock Jumps
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