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Warren Buffett Candy Tour Charity Auction Raises $156,000
IBM Wins $1 Billion Department of the Interior Contract
Cheap Natural Gas Keeps Producer Prices Steady for July
Housing Affordability Falls to Lowest Level in 4.5 Years
Billionaire Financier George Soros Boosts Stake in Apple
Marcellus Natural Gas Production Rising Fast in Pa., W.Va.
IBM to Acquire Cloud-Based IT Security Firm
Microsoft Adds International Resellers for Surface Tablets
Sirius XM Radio to Acquire Connected Vehicle Services Unit for $530 Million
Kohl's Earnings Climb, Stock Does, Too
Mortgage Rates Steady for Second Week in Row
Wal-Mart Earnings, and Earnings Warning, Help Send Shares Down
Berkshire Hathaway Increases GM Stake, Reduces Kraft, Mondelez
Foreign Holdings of US Treasury Debt Drop in June
Initial Jobless Claims Fall 4.5% to 6-Year Low
Homebuilder Confidence Hits Highest Level Since 2005
Mining Up, Utilities Down in July Industrial Production Report
"Downton Abbey" Merchandise Is on the Way
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