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Colleges consider playing a sport an extra-curricular activity.
Europe, seeking to reduce its dependence on Russian natural gas, is encouraging political leaders to step up efforts to tap the region's shale gas deposits.
Josh Elliott, the news anchor on ABC's "Good Morning America" who has been in line for the main chair on the program, is leaving the network to join NBC Sports.
The General Motors recall that began in February has now grown to nearly 2.2 million vehicles in the U.S.
As the first quarter comes to a close this week, investors will be watching to see if the "keep calm and carry on" mantra will return.
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General Motors is expanding its ignition switch recall to add 824,000 cars sold in the U.S. between 2008 and 2011, the company said Friday.
The "TGIF rally" fizzled in the afternoon, capping a rocky week on Wall Steet.
German automaker BMW announced a $1 billion investment in its South Carolina plant that will increase its capacity by 50%. That will make it BMW's biggest factory in the world.
BlackBerry is still losing money, but the bleeding is slowing down.
In a battle of retailing titans, Wal-Mart Stores is suing Visa, accusing the credit card company of conspiring with banks to fix prices on the processing fees retailers are charged.