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Cigarette makers get federal approval for their merger under the condition that they divest of some big brands.

TWC CEO Robert Marcus has been on the path to handing over control of his company for a while. And he has a big financial incentive to leave.

How can a transportation index not include a transportation company worth more than FedEx?

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Verizon’s original bid for AOL was $47 per share, but AOL wanted more than the final $50 per share price.

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