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Target to Acquire Skin-Care Company DermStore
Google, IBM, NVIDIA, Others to Collaborate on Data Center Technologies
GE and First Solar Announce New Technology Partnership
Spectra Energy Reports Earnings, Pushes Ahead With MLP Strategy
Microsoft Rolls Out Windows Phone App Studio
Shark Special Takes Bite Out of Discovery Reputation
Samsung Seeks Smartwatch Trademarks in US, South Korea
AOL to Aquire Adap.tv for $405 Million
VimpelCom Jumping to NASDAQ
Fledgling 3-D Printing Industry Finds Home in NYC
Report: Facebook Users Identify With Quality, Not Quantity of Ads
ONEOK Partners Prices 10-Million-Unit Offering
Chrysler to Spend $52 Million to Bolster Michigan Engine Plants
Universal Corp. Forms Liquid Nicotine Joint Venture
Southwest Airlines: July Revenues Up, Passengers Down
Devon Energy Reports 43% Earnings Increase
Duke Reports Tough Q2, Hopeful for 2013
Crude Oil Inventories Fall 0.4%, Pump Prices Below Year-Ago Price
Boeing Books 3 More 737 MAX 8 Orders
Consumer Credit Rises for 21 Straight Months
Honda to Invest $215 Million More in Ohio Facilities
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