Fiat and Chrysler to build 3 Jeep models in China for local market
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As Belgian pubs shut, brewers warn country is losing love of beer and cannot rely on exports
Shares of Travelocity owner and travel-technology provider Sabre rise in first day of trading
Aereo CEO speaks on future of company, industry as broadcasters challenge it in Supreme Court
Delmarva Chicken Festival to end after 65 years as sponsor withdraws
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Sales soar for Garcia Marquez book a day after Nobel laureate dies at age 87
Recalls this week includes lanterns, exercise devices, gun storage boxes, shoes
Chobani to expand product offerings with desserts, dips as it faces intensifying competition
This time of year, a whole new class of college graduates prepares to hit the job market and one major may fare better than others in the job hunt, according to a new survey.
Chinese government trade union to mediate shoe factory strike by tens of thousands of workers
Kings Island theme park in SW Ohio debuts new inverted roller coaster over 4,000 feet long
New Americans turn to collaborative goat farming to address Vermont food, farm demand
Ludlow massacre spurred New Deal labor reforms; 100 years later, union legacy has diminished
Who says America has lost its muscle? Performance is the theme of New York auto show
Michaels Stores Inc., the largest arts-and-crafts chain in the nation, says the personal information of some 3 million customers may have been stolen between June 26, 2013 and Feb. 27, 2014.
Many Americans say they can't live without their electronic devices. And with daily use, items such as cellphones and keyboards can get dirty. For proof, just take a black light to them.
Judge links approval of Detroit bankruptcy plan to support from elected leaders down the road
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