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Stock Market Today: Twitter's Shaky Rally and GM's China Recall

Japan's Economy Continues to Recover


Dominion Fires Up New Fuel Cell and Solar Facilities in Connecticut

Harris Corporation Books 3 New Radio Orders

Morning Dow Report: Oil Lifts Exxon, Chevron; Rising Rates Hurt Travelers

Sprint, BlackBerry, and Cisco Beat the Dow on Friday

Takeda Ends Development of Diabetes Drug

CEO of Company in Va. Governor's Scandal Steps Down

Boston's Logan Airport Sets 2013 Passenger Record

Airline Stocks Fall as Oil Rises

Target: Encrypted PIN Data Among Hacked Information

Boeing Receives Another $1 Billion Order and General Motors Recalls 1.5 Million Vehicles in China

Crude Oil Supplies Drop 1.3% on High Demand

Obamacare Enrollment by the Numbers

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