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Monsanto, Bayer Officials Defend Proposed $66 Billion Merger
Top officials for Monsanto and Bayer defended their proposed $66 billion merger before skeptical senators on Tuesday
'Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain'
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StubHub Latest Victim of Cyberthieves
Morning Money Memo: ABC News’ John Kapetaneas reports: You may want to check that ticket again. Nearly 1,000 customers of the online ticket exchange StubHub are the latest victims of cyberthieves. The San Francisco-based, eBay-owned company Tuesday said that while the thieves did not hack...
The Surprising, Sordid Story of Sarin, Syria's Alleged Chemical Weapon
The United States and its allies moved fast in recent days to confirm that Syrian ruler Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his own citizens as part of a civil war offensive that's killed an estimated 100,000 people. Recent reports suggest Assad attacked civilians with Sarin , a deadly nerve
Was 'Anarchy' Actor on Drugs Before Killings?
Why doctors, cops and parents are growing more concerned about a party drug called "Smiles."
Dow Leaps Over 200 Points; Jobless Claims Plummet
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Break Up Big Banks, Says Mega-Bank Pioneer
Morning Business Memo: It’s nothing less than a remarkable about-face. One of the architects of mega banking is now calling for the breakup of the world’s largest banks. Sandy Weill, formerly CEO of Citigroup, told CNBC: “What we should probably do is go and split...
China Hackers Stealing U.S. Secrets, Jobs
Stolen corporate secrets amount to thousands of jobs and billions of dollars.
Chinese Hack Into US Chamber of Commerce, Authorities Say
For more than a year, hackers with ties to the Chinese military have been eavesdropping on U.S. Chamber of Commerce officials involved in Asia affairs, authorities say. The hackers had access to everything in Chamber computers, including, potentially, the entire U.S. trade policy playbook. "The