Here's a sampling of stories published overnight Tuesday on TheStreet.com. Find out some of what you may have missed.Iraq Opens Oil, Gas Fields to Foreigners Is It Safe? Don't Scrap Boeing on Dreamliner Abbott Ordered to Pay $1.67B in Patent Case Under the Radar: Balchem's Pint-Size Power Broadcom Raises Offer for Emulex to $912M Buyout Groups Eye AIG's Taiwan Unit Obama-Proof: Prizer, Bristol-Myers and Teva GM Nears Deal for Opel With Belgium's RHJ
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