NHTSA Reviews Chevy Impala Glitch

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, acting out of "an abundance of caution," is conducting a limited review into some Chevrolet Impala models over a possible software glitch that can disable air bags.

FBI Interviews Glaxo Employees

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FBI agents have been interviewing current and former Glaxo employees in connection with bribery allegations made against the company in China, as fresh claims of corruption surface against Glaxo's operations in Syria.

A Hot Employer Stock Can Burn You

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Wealth Effect: Today's young tech tycoons should heed the meltdown of one-time highfliers such as Pets.com and Webvan.

An Online Real-Estate Giant Looms Large

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A possible merger of listing sites Zillow and Trulia could put the squeeze on brokers, some fear.

Storm Clouds Over Amazon Business

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New and deep-pocketed rivals threaten to squeeze profit margins in Amazon.com's cloud computing business, adding to investor concerns about the Seattle company's profitability.

This Week

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What happened to your money this week.

Argentina Bonds Dispute Up in Air

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Argentine negotiators headed home empty-handed after another fruitless trip to the U.S., leaving just a few days before a dispute with a small group of creditors could see the country default for the second time in 13 years.

Test Your Prediction Skills

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Crystal Ball: What's ahead for Herbalife shares?

Russia Hauls McDonald's to Court

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The regulator seeks to ban some of McDonald's most popular products, alleging violations of safety codes which the U.S. company denies.

Health-Law Patients Boost Hospital Profits

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A wave of newly insured patients helped boost hospitals' earnings, a sign the health law's coverage expansion is leading more patients to seek treatment. Universal Health Services' revenue rose 10% and LifePoint Hospitals profits rose 44%.

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