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Newspaper Endorsements: Prized, But Often Ignored

Voters say they put little to no stock in the editorials, even when they fervently agree with those endorsements. That's reflective of newspapers' status in many markets. But one Republican expert says a newspaper endorsement can be effective at persuading undecided voters.
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Could U.S. Produce Enough Oil To Rival Saudi Arabia?

An oil boom, spurred in large part by hydraulic fracturing, could boost U.S. production next year to more than 11 million barrels a day, which would nearly equal Saudi Arabia's current output, according to Energy Department projections. The spurt is expected to boost U.S. energy jobs.
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Rajat Gupta, Former Goldman Sachs Director, Sentenced To Two Years

Gupta was once a director at Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble. He was convicted of leaking information to convicted hedge fund manager Galleon Rajaratnam.
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Crooks Target Barnes And Noble's PIN Pad Devices

Hackers stole credit card information from Barnes and Noble customers last month. Audie Cornish speaks with Kim Zetter, senior reporter for Wired magazine, about the security breach, and why point of sale systems are growing vulnerable to security threats.
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Rajat Gupta Sentenced To Prison For Insider Trading

Rajat Gupta, a man who operated at the top levels of American business, was sentenced to two years in prison on Wednesday. He was convicted of insider trading in a case that grew out of the prosecution of hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, who is now in prison.

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