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Kodak To Stop Making Digital Cameras

The company will instead focus on home photo printers, high-speed commercial ink jet presses and software. Other companies may license the Kodak brand for cameras, and some disposables will still be out there.
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Obama To Release Fiscal 2013 Budget Next Week

President Obama will unveil his budget for the next fiscal year on Monday. To find out more about the budget proposal, Steve Inskeep talks to David Wessel, economics editor at The Wall Street Journal.
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Birthplace Of 'Robo-Signing' Eyes Deal Critically

On Thursday, the federal government reached a $26 billion deal with the nation's largest banks to compensate homeowners. In Florida, where a lawyer uncovered and named the rushed mortgage-approval process, some lawyers and homeowners say technical issues and trust battles remain for courts and the banks.
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The GOP Elixir: Candidates Campaign On Tax Cuts

All four of the remaining Republican presidential candidates have proposed cutting business and personal income taxes — the only difference is by how much.
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Protesters At Apple Stores Demand 'Ethical' Products

The protesters delivered a petition with 250,000 signatures at six stores worldwide.
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The Mortgage Deal: A Reality Check

The $26 billion settlement reached by the federal government, most states and the nation's largest banks to compensate homeowners for abusive foreclosure practices is unlikely to end the housing crisis, analysts say. It could also lead to a new round of foreclosures, which would drive prices even lower.
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Foreclosure Deal To Help Underwater Homeowners

Government officials have worked out a deal with the nation's five big banks to settle state and federal investigations of alleged foreclosure abuses. Banks would have to pay $5 billion in cash and another $20 billion in loan modifications under the terms of the deal.
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PepsiCo Says It Will Cut 8,700 Jobs Worldwide

The announcement comes as the company announced a fourth-quarter income of $1.4 billion.
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House Passes Bill That Would Ban Insider Trading By Lawmakers

The House on Thursday passed a bill that would ban congressional insider trading. With congressional approval at all-time lows, the bill was widely seen by lawmakers as a small step in restoring public confidence. But differences remain to be worked out with a Senate measure, passed last week.

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