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Paul Solman discovers a new breed of philanthropist. Continue reading →
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A major sporting goods firm, REI, closes its last American plant and moves to Mexico. Continue reading →
Spencer Michels reports on the California energy crisis. Continue reading →
George W. Bush has tapped his boyhood friend and campaign manager to serve as the next U.S. Secretary of Commerce. Continue reading →
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