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Dow Futures Fall as Debt Default Prospects Rise
"Gravity" Floats to the Top of Weekend Box Office
Intrexon Enters Joint Venture With Sun Pharma
U.S. Budget Showdown Weighs on Markets
Why Outerwall Shares Popped
Time Warner Cable to Buy Fiber Optic Company for $600 Million From Duke Energy and Alinda Capital Partners
TV Tie-Ins Let Twitter Diversify Revenue Stream
Navistar to Float Convertible Notes Issue
Southwest Airlines' September Metrics Are Generally Up
What's Not Getting Done During Shutdown?
Airbus Reaches Milestone Deal With Japan Airlines
United Technologies, Lockheed Martin Revise Furlough Plans After Pentagon Brings Workers Back
Mark Cuban Says He Won't Be Bullied by SEC
Jefferies Analyst: Tesla Cars Safe, Customers Not Shaken
Colgate-Palmolive to Hire 300 at New S.C. Plant
China Urges U.S. to Prevent Default
Shutdown Won't Stop New $100 Bill
Revolving Credit Down for Third Straight Month
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