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    These three stocks with low price-to-book ratios have promising prospects of turnarounds ...
  2. Google, Facebook May Have to Pay to Index News ...

    The revenue the fee would generate may not matter if news organizations lose the ...
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    Learn more about the breakup of Tribune Company, once a powerful newspaper and broadcasting ...
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