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Shareholders Sue Toyota Over Recall- Induced Stock Slide

Toyota may have repaired most of the cars it recalled for unintended acceleration problems, but it hasn't repaired its stock price, and U.S. shareholders have filed a class-action lawsuit against the automaker for failing to disclose what it knew about the defects.

Will a Family Feud Slice and Dice Benihana?

The Japanese-style steakhouse chain is famous for its whirring cutlery, flying meat and flaming piles of onion slices, but recently the excitement has spread from the dining room to the boardroom as a struggle for power threatens to put the company up for sale.

Why Going Private Could Be Barnes & Noble's Best Bet

With its stock plunging and the trial between key shareholder Ron Burkle and top company executives about to take place in court, signs point ever more clearly to the possibility that Barnes & Noble will go private. And that just might be the best step for the company to take.