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Senator seeks Justice Department review of Diebold's sale of voting-machine business
Diebold selling much-maligned US voting machine unit to competitor
United Technology boosts stake in Chinese fire alarm company, now owns almost all its shares
Earnings roundup: Weyerhaeuser 1Q loss deepens; CVS Caremark profit falls on costs, charges
Diebold reduces its guidance for 2009 on slumping demand after reporting weaker first-quarter earnings
Earnings roundup: FirstEnergy 1Q profit drops 59 pct on higher costs, LeapFrog posts 1Q loss
Bank machine maker Diebold 1Q profit falls, cuts annual forecast, 300 jobs
Analyst: Some industrial companies could report 1Q results below expectations
Calif. secretary of state bans voting machine sold by Texas company because of software error
Sector roundup: Aluminum manufacturers down sharply, heavy equipment makers slide with market
Sector Snap: Shares plunge after analyst downgrades Diebold, NCR on weakness in bank spending
Four-campus study including Cleveland State challenges reliability of election logs
David Peltier, Portfolio Manager of the Dividend Stock Advisor is 2 for 2 in his dividend picks for this year now see if he still likes them.
United Technologies CFO says acquisitions sought in 2009
Though the company has a great streak of increasing its dividend, future demand is murky.
Cramer's says Obama's comments helped send the markets south.
Cramer says the stock should be bought on any weakness.
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Cramer believes the protracted debate is secondary to investing in great sectors.
Cramer recommends selling the stock on Monday.
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The energy company is a buy, Cramer says.
Oil futures and gold rise as the dollar slides. Economic data are mixed.
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In an unsolicited offer, the technology conglomerate offers to pay $40 a share, or $2.63 billion, for Diebold.
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