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  • Workers Continue to Strike at Nike, Adidas Supplier in China
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  • Chinese Imports Invade India
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  • Qantas: Not Enough Flights to China
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  • Obama would cut deficits by another $1 trillion
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  • The Divergent trend: Bad for stocks
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  • GM's recalled Cobalt was a failure from the start
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  • Weibo Chairman on IPO: 'We're here for the long term'
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  • Walmart offers less costly money wire service
  • Ex-BP manager settles Gulf spill insider trading case
  • NBA player to open Hooters in Russia
  • GM's recalled Cobalt was a failure from the start
  • Google stock sinks as mobile struggles continue
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  • Weibo shares pop 19% in IPO
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  • NBA player to open Hooters in Russia
  • Ukraine crisis: Big powers talk in Geneva
  • The Divergent trend: Bad for stocks
  • Ex-BP spill official settles insider case
  • Royal Caribbean bases new ship in Shanghai
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  • Walmart offers less costly money wire service
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  • Obama would cut deficits by another $1 trillion
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  • Detroit pension cuts hit civilian workers hardest
  • China's spending crackdown hits drinks giants
  • Cruise companies on hunt for China's tourist dollars
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  • Janet Yellen to Wall Street: don't panic
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  • Cheating apps, websites flourish in France
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  • Nadella: Microsoft needs a 'data culture'
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  • Neil Young goes for high-quality music with Pono
  • 10 Questions: Marcus Nelson, co-founder and CEO, Addvocate
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  • The IPO Class Of 2014
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  • 8 Logo Redesigns From The Past 10 Years
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  • Forbes - Markets
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  • Bryan Singer Accusation Raises Uncomfortable Questions About Which Movies We Choose To See
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  • Aston Martin Head On Sub-$100,000 Vantage: It's What Aston Is All About
  • The IPO Class Of 2014
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  • The Wood Whisperer
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  • 8 Logo Redesigns From The Past 10 Years
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  • Billionaires Page and Brin Lose Nearly $2 Billion As Google Earnings Miss
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  • The Oddity of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370: Planes Want To Be Seen
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  • Citing a Celeb in an Ad? The First Amendment May Not Protect You.
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  • Like It or Not, 'Pizza Cake' Could Soon Be a Thing
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  • How to Create a Fun and Functional Website User Experience
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  • HealthCare.gov: Your Reminder Not To Skimp on Quality Assurance
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  • Drive-In-Loving Franchisees, Take Note: Sonic to Open 1,000 Restaurants in Next 10 Years
  • Franchise Players: I'm On My Own, But Not Alone
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  • Sports Direct’s rise to the premier league
  • A nod to the power of humour
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