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Dow Futures Fall Despite Nike's Big Beat
Toyota Recalls 615,000 Sienna Minivans
Government Announces Third Plan to Sell Shares of General Motors Stock
J.C. Penney Loses a Controller, Will Sell 84 Million Shares
Reverse-Mortgage Program Hits Federal Housing Administration Hard
McDonald's Aims New Health Initiative at Kids
Cracker Barrel Keeps Dividend Steady, Authorizes $50 Million Share Buyback Program
Justice Department Has Spent Nearly $5 Million on Drones
Congress Asked to Approve $950 Million AWACS Sale to Japan
Why Lumber Liquidators Shares Tumbled
Rosneft Pledges to Buy Out Minority Shareholders in TNK-BP
Senate OKs Budget Bill; Fight Not Over
Congress Asked to Approve $68 Million Missile Sale to Belgium
Nissan LEAF Sales Surpass 35,000
Nissan Recalls 908,900 Vehicles for Sensor Problem
Yahoo!, Softbank Back Alibaba as It Looks Outside Hong Kong for IPO
Empire State Building Owner, Potbelly Sandwich Shops on IPO Slate Next Week
Next Steps as Congress Works Through Budget Issues
Personal Income up 0.4%, Spending up 0.3%
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