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Judge Won't Order 'Park it Now' Notices for GM Cars
A federal judge rejected a bid to compel GM to tell customers to stop driving millions of cars that have been recalled.
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Nothing to See Here: Russia Rushes to Calm Investors
Russia is going to great lengths to try to reassure investors, foreign businesses and its own people about its economic and political stability.
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All the Joe You Can Drink for $45/Month
Martha C. White
New Yorkers can get a subscription for their caffeine addiction — and for now, it’s free.
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Water, Sewer Can Help Detroit Exit Bankruptcy
Federal judge backs Detroit's idea to lease out the city's water and sewer system to help the bankrupt city pay down some of its $18 billion debt.
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China's Twitter-Like Weibo Site Launches IPO
Weibo went public under the symbol "WB" and opened just below the expected $17 price but started trading 2 percent higher soon afterward.
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Holy Guacamole! Chipotle Is About to Get Pricier
The fast-food Mexican chain says costs for beef, avocados and cheese have gone up, and it will pass along some of those increases to customers.
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Eastern Air Lines Faces Long Odds for Takeoff
Given the turbulent nature of the U.S. airline industry, it is possible that the startup carrier will never fly.
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Meet the Wal-Mart of Money Transfer Services
Wal-Mart has launched a new money transfer service that lets customers send cash from one store to another, undercutting others' fees.
Sluggish Home Prices Leave Millions Underwater
John W. Schoen
For millions of Americans still stuck in homes with mortgages bigger that the house is worth, the long slog back to dry land is getting longer.
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