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Trader Steven Kaplan, left, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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 Dayton Daily News 
US stock market mostly higher as earnings pour in
Stocks edged mostly higher Thursday afternoon after spending much of the morning shifting between small gains and losses. Investors waded through a mixed crop of U.S. company earnings that drove up sh... (photo: AP / Richard Drew)
Traders and Specialists work on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange Friday, April 9, 2010, in New York
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Stocks edge lower after Google, IBM earnings
Stocks edged lower in midday trading on Thursday as investors digested a crop of mixed company earnings. Among the stocks weighing down the market were Google, IBM and insurers UnitedHealth and WellPo... (photo: AP / David Karp)
Exterior view of VMware headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif.,  The Hindu 
VMware plans $500 mn investment in India operations
US-based cloud computing services provider VMware today said it plans to invest up to USD 500 million in India over the next three years to fund its growing operations in the market. |  The company... (photo: AP / Paul Sakuma)
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Land Rover Showroom - Makati City - PHILIPPINES  Business Insider 
Land Rover Threw A Swanky Party On A NYC Aircraft Carrier To Show Off Its New Car
The New York International Auto Show opens to the press on Wednesday, and automakers have packed this week with events and parties in an effort to secure some publicity. | Land Rover kicked things off... (photo: WN / Arturo Ubaub)
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Congressman Darrell Issa speaking at CPAC. The Wichita Eagle
Issa, House oversight chair, keeps heat on White House
WASHINGTON — _ From the plush chairman’s seat on the dais in the cavernous hearing room of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Rep. Darre... (photo: Creative Commons / Gage Skidmore)
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Exterior of Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., Monday, Jan. 3, 2011. Business Insider
The 10 Companies That Tried To Buy Facebook
Facebook isn't just popular with its 1.3 billion (and counting) users. | According to The Facebook Effect, Fortune editor David Kirkpatrick's brilliantly-r... (photo: AP / Paul Sakuma)
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A new Microsoft Corp. logo, left, is seen on an exterior wall of a new Microsoft store inside the Prudential Center mall, in Boston, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012. Sun Sentinel
Microsoft sued over browser miscue that led to $731 million EU fine
SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp's board faces a lawsuit over the way it handled an error with its Internet Explorer browser that ended up costing the company a record-... (photo: AP / Steven Senne)
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2011, in New York. STL Today
US futures little changed after jobless claims dip
US stock futures are little changed after the government reported that weekly claims for unemployment benefits fell last week. | KEEPING SCORE: Dow Jones industrial avera... (photo: AP / Richard Drew)
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Barack Obama Xinhua
Obama pays tribute to victims in Fort Hood shooting
HOUSTON, April 9 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Barack Obama attended a memorial service and offered public condolences Wednesday at the U.S. Army post of Fort Hood in Texas ... (photo: AP / Jacquelyn Martin)
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Traders crowd the post that handles Morgan Stanley on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Monday Sept. 22, 2008. BBC News
Is Wall Street rigged?
Michael Lewis's new book, Flash Boys, details how a group of financial firms, through technology and paid access, are able to get a fraction of a second heads-up on ... (photo: AP / Richard Drew)
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Trader Steven Kaplan, left, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday, April 28, 2010
US stock market mostly higher as earnings pour in
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- Sea Pines chairman takes long view on capital improvements
- Record companies sue Pandora over music made before 1972
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English food writer, journalist and broadcaster, Nigella Lawson
Nigella Lawson banned from entering United States after the celebrity chef admitted taking illegal drugs