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Lehman may be sold as share price continues to plummet


Only a day ago, the head of Lehman Brothers, the beleaguered investment bank, sought to assure Wall Street that his firm could survive on its own. Bu

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GM opens second plant in western India


US auto giant General Motors said it was making a "clear commitment to India" as it opened a second plant Tuesday, nearly tripling its annual output

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As Food Prices Soar, Brazil and Argentina React in Opposite Ways


Rising food prices mean many farmers around the world are reaping record profits. And South America’s agricultural powerhouses, Brazil and Argentin

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Lehman straits may spur hostile takeover-analyst


Lehman Brothers failed to sell a large stake to Asian investors, a report said, and such failures may open the door to a hostile takeover of the inve

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Georgia: A Blow to U.S. Energy


The sudden war in the Caucasus brought Georgia to heel, reasserted Russia's claim as the dominant force in the region, and dealt a blow to U.S. prest

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Anheuser-Busch touts eco-friendly breweries in Fairfield, Houston


One in seven Anheuser-Busch beers will be brewed using alternative fuels by the end of 2009, the brewer said Wednesday. The company's breweries in Fa

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Toyota to Make Prius in the U.S.


Toyota Motor of Japan said Thursday that it would build its popular gas-electric hybrid sedan, the Prius, in the United States for the first time as

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Hunting for oil villains


The story of the Hunt brothers, who cornered the market on silver in the 1970s, shows why speculators aren't driving up oil prices.

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