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Southwest Airlines Fined $200,000 for False Advertising
Community Health Systems to Buy Health Management Associates
Meritor Exits Brazil
IBM Keeps Dividend Steady
Yahoo! and NBC to Launch a Pair of Sports Shows
Pentagon Awards $287 Million in Contracts Tuesday
Computer Sciences to Keep Running NASA's Supercomputers
Siemens Names New CEO
Pfizer Resolves Federal Marketing Allegations for $491 Million
Dell Refuses Michael Dell's Voting-Change Request
Cintas Authorizes Another $500 Million in Stock Buybacks
Q2 GDP Growth at 1.7%
Report: Record Pension Underfunding of S&P 500 Companies
Employment Costs up 0.5% for Q2
Google Wi-Fi Coming to 7,000 Starbucks Stores
Crude Oil Inventories Rise 0.1%, Pump Price Drops
Economy Adds 200,000 Jobs for July
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