Candy Crush Saga Reaches China

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Candy Crush Saga, one of the world's most successful mobile games, has finally been released in China by the country's main mobile game publisher Tencent Holdings.

Walgreen Unable to Fill Prescriptions

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Walgreen Co.'s pharmacy database crashed earlier today, preventing customers from filling prescriptions at the largest drugstore chain in the U.S.

German Efromovich Will Put Brazilian Shipyards Up for Sale

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Synergy Group Corp. is looking to sell its Brazilian shipyards unit for $1 billion, exiting a business that has struggled to recover from a soured deal with the Venezuelan government.

Deere to Lay Off 460 More Workers

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Deere unveiled another round of layoffs Friday as the company continues to scale back agricultural-equipment production amid weaker demand.

T-Mobile, Sprint Cut Prices

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A few weeks ago Sprint and T-Mobile were contemplating a merger, and now they are out to steal each other's customers.

U.S. Probes Role of GM Lawyers in Recall

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Federal prosecutors are looking at the role employees inside and outside of General Motors' legal department played in a delayed ignition-switch recall linked to 54 accidents and more than a dozen deaths.

A Tiny Oil Platform, One Big Mystery

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A small oil facility off the coast of Africa appears to be sending lots of crude to Europe, raising questions by Nigerian and U.S. authorities about whether some of it is pilfered Nigerian crude.

Al Gore Had Doubts Over Sale to Al Jazeera

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Al Gore had "serious reservations" about selling Current TV to Al Jazeera but overcame them because he believed the U.S. was likely to influence the broadcaster and foster understanding, court papers say.

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