Boeing and Lockheed Bid on South Korea Deal
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- The UBS trader accused of making unauthorized transactions totaling as much as $2.3 billion pleaded not guilty to the charges.
- Microsoft (NAS: MSFT) and other email-service providers including AOL (NYS: AOL) and Google have joined forces to create a group against "phishing" in emails.
- ExxonMobil (NYS: XOM) sold a controlling interest in its Japanese refining business to Tonen General for $3.9 billion.
- Lockheed Martin (NYS: LMT) and Boeing (NYS: BA) will bid against each other to build a next-generation fighter jet for South Korea.
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