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Dow Futures Rise as Disney Disappoints
Fitch: Auto Lenders Taking on More Risk
Google Heads Into Health Care
Crude Oil Inventories Drop 1.2% on Fewer Imports and More Inputs
Boeing Wins $212 Million in Contracts for Poseidon, Harrier, and Other Work
Lockheed Martin Wins $99 Million More for F-35 Stealth Fighter
IBM Buys Big Data Software Provider Daeja Image Systems
JPMorgan "London Whale" Settlement Costs $920 Million, Includes Admission of Wrongdoing
General Dynamics Is Big Winner in Wednesday Pentagon Contract Awards
Lufthansa Orders 34 Jets From Boeing, 25 From Airbus
Mortgage Rates Decline
Agilent Spinning Off Electronic Measurement Business
Initial Jobless Claims Rise; Computer Glitch Cleared
Airbag Issues Prompt 400,000-Vehicle Recall at Honda
Existing Home Sales Rise 1.7% on Mortgage Rate Rush
Manufacturing Makes Major Gains in Northeast
Ford to Invest $684 Million Upgrading Canadian Vehicle Plant
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