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Dow Futures Flat as Constellation Brands' Sales Double
Cisco Announces Facebook Partnership
United Technologies Will Furlough 2,000 Workers on Monday if Shutdown Continues
Unusually Large Imports Boost Crude Oil Inventories
VA Employees Are "Essential." NASA Workers, Not So Much.
Brides, Grooms, Homebuyers, Leaf-Peepers Feel the Shutdown Pinch
Shutdown Delays September Jobs Report Due Tomorrow
Rdio Launches Free Listening on Mobile Devices
30-Year Mortgage Rate Drops to 4.22%
Initial Jobless Claims Edge Up, Still Near 6-Year Low
Ford Recalls Focus Electric, C-Max to Fix Chime
New Groupon Executives Include ex-Amazon VP
Apple's Eddy Cue Wants iTunes Radio International ASAP
Boeing Plane Deliveries Accelerate in Q3
Services Sector Stumbles for September
NBC TV Show Hopes to Offer Trip to Space as Prize
No Jobs Report Tomorrow: Does It Matter?
Twitter Unseals IPO Papers, Hopes to Raise up to $1 Billion
Adobe Says Customer Financial Info Hacked
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