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Intelsat Moves From D.C. To Tysons Corner

Virginia leaders are celebrating a major new corporate headquarters in Tysons Corner.

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Can Big Food Kick Its Obesity Habit? Does It Really Want To?

Two top food policy experts square off on the role the food industry should play in the global battle against obesity recently, and the answers are as complex, interconnected and political as ever.
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Ford To Try Bringing Luxury Back To Lincoln

Ford Motor Company is changing the name of it Lincoln brand to the Lincoln Motor Company. Ford is also planning to sell the hybrid version of their flagship sedan, the new MKZ, for the same price as the gasoline version.
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Murdoch Splits Media Empire Into Two Companies

News Corp announced on Monday that it's making some changes to its management and structure. The company has decided to end The Daily, its tablet-exclusive newspaper. They have also named the management team for its split off newspaper division. David Folkenflik talks to Audie Cornish.
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Montgomery County Council's Berliner Addresses Pepco Rate Hike Request

Pepco is asking for another rate hike, and one of its most ardent critics in Montgomery County is already saying the utility shouldn't get it.

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Murdoch's News Corp. Shuts Down 'The Daily'

Launched less than two years ago as newssite designed for the iPad, the venture didn't build an audience quickly enough, News Corp. says. Also today, the company moved executives into some key posts
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Singapore Airlines May Sell Stake In Virgin

Singapore Airlines is looking to sell its large stake in the British carrier Virgin Atlantic, and a U.S. company may be looking to buy it. Delta is reportedly interested, hoping to gain access to Virgin's landing rights at London's Heathrow Airport. Neither Delta nor Virgin has commented on a possible deal.

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