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.

GM to Offer Diesel Engine for Mid-Size Pickup Trucks

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General Motors Co. said it plans to offer a diesel engine option in its forthcoming medium-sized pickup trucks, the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.

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.

A Price War Erupts in the Cloud

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Amazon.com, Microsoft and Google are battling over the future of corporate computing, and companies that use their services are reaping the benefits.

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.

BofA in Multibillion Dollar Settlement Talks Over Mortgage Securities

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Bank of America is engaged in multibillion-dollar settlement talks with the Justice Department to end investigations into shoddy residential mortgage backed securities.

In a Digital World, Lego Sticks to Bricks

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Lego's CEO discusses the future of the toy maker at a time when tablets and smartphones are winning children's attention.

Toyota Unveils Remodeled 2015 Camry Sedan

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Toyota Motor Corp. has remade the Camry sedan, unveiling the new design of its best-selling U.S. vehicle to reporters at the New York International Auto Show.

Yahoo Shows Signs of Growth

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Yahoo's earnings report provides evidence that the company may be winning back advertisers, and that Alibaba had a strong December quarter.

Goldman Moves to Spur Trading

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Under pressure from clients and losing share to rivals, Goldman Sachs is trying to jump-start its stock-trading business—as bond trading and other units face an even more uncertain future.

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