Mexican Regulator Sets Minimum Bid for New TV Networks

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Mexico's telecommunications regulator said companies planning to bid on two new national television networks will have to pay at least 830 million pesos for each of the concessions.

Today the federal judge allowed the Boston Marathon Bomber access to the victims autopsy photos. Do you agree with the ruling?

Yamana, Agnico-Eagle to Buy Osisko

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Yamana Gold and Agnico-Eagle agreed to buy Osisko Mining for $3.53 billion, one of the largest deals this year in a sector that has produced relatively few.

F-35 Fighter to Make Overseas Airshow Debut

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Lockheed Martin Corp.'s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter will make its overseas airshow debut this summer in the U.K. as part of efforts to boost foreign sales of the jet.

Dee Dee Myers to Head Warner Bros. Communications

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Dee Dee Myers, a former press secretary for President Bill Clinton, is taking over communications for Hollywood's largest film and television studio.

GIP Exploring Sale of Ruby Pipeline Stake

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Global Infrastructure Partners is exploring a sale of its 50% stake in the Ruby Pipeline, which delivers natural gas from the Rocky Mountains to West Coast consumers, according to people familiar with the matter.

Mt. Gox Files for Liquidation

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Defunct bitcoin exchange has given up its plan to rebuild under bankruptcy protection and has asked a Tokyo court to allow it to be liquidated, people familiar with the situation say.

Was the New York Time article on the Marathon Bombers appropriate to publish today?

How to Talk Like an Art Buyer

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Limited editions? Archival pigment prints? Bonded bronze? A look at some of the insider vocabulary used by artists and galleries.

A Couple Needs to Overcome Debt

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A financial planner lays out a recovery plan for a young couple with six credit cards and $20,000 in credit-card debt.

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