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Gun Ban Could Actually Be a Boon for Weapons Manufacturers

On Saturday, a coalition of "gun rights and conservative groups" will hold America's first nationwide "Gun Appreciation Day." But guess who isn't coming to the party: Gun manufacturers. And they may have millions of reasons not to protest stricter regulation of their products.

Gun Maker Claims BofA Withheld Money Over Online Weapon Sales

In the wake of December's Sandy Hook school shootings, the debate over America's gun policy has come to a full boil. And, according to American Spirit Arms, an Arizona gun manufacturer, it has even caused one of the country's biggest banks to take matters into its own hands.

Murder by Numbers: Digging Into the Data of America's Gun Culture

There's no lack of numbers to bring to bear in a discussion about guns in America, but here's the big one: 281,757 people in this country died of gunshot wounds from 2001 and 2011. DailyFinance's Bruce Watson digs into the unadorned data on the results of this country's obsession with guns.

Toronto-Dominion Bank in Talks to Buy Chrysler Financial

Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD) is in talks to buy Chrysler Financial Corp. for as much as $7 billion, Bloomberg News said. Toronto-Dominion may reach an agreement with Cerberus Capital Management, the owner of the auto-loan company, as soon as this week, Bloomberg News reported without naming its sources.

GM and Chrysler: A Hard Road in 2010

Once icons of American industrial might, GM and Chrysler have cut jobs, closed plants, eliminated models and shed storied brands. Racing to turn business around, both companies still have a long way to go to convince consumers their products are worthy of consideration.