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AMR reassures employees on pensions.

Amazon builds Fire tablet on Android without Google apps.

Anheuser-Busch president steps down.

Apple aims to shore up financial results.

Callaway tries to lure young golfers with Justin Timberlake involvement.

Chesapeake Energy pulls back on gas drilling amid glut.

Conde Nast may be cooking up another “shelter” magazine.

GM deals with Volt mini-mutiny as some Chevy dealers spurn allocations of the car.[more]

General Mills ties into 3-D release of Star Wars for Cheerios.

Google self-driving cars are topic of symposium in California.

Harley-Davidson reports profit vs. year-ago loss.

IHOP rolls out “7 for $7″ value menu.

IKEA remains wary of entering India.

J&J misses analysts’ estimates.

Japan eyes first trade deficit in three decades.

Katie Couric talks up new talk show.

Kimberly-Clark net profit slides.

Los Angeles Dodgers draw their first bids.

McDonald’s Q4 beats estimates.

Nestle launches luxury chocolate brand, Maison Cailler.

News Corp. and RCM to launch MundoFox as its Fox Sports unit plans new sports channel in Brazil.

Pandora reports uptick in key markets.

RIM to stay the course under new CEO, while analysts remain wary.

U.S. President Obama readies State of the Union speech, which is expected to focus on domestic energy production.

Verizon posts loss on pension charge and iPhone sales expense.

Virgin supports young entrepreneurs through the Youth Investment Fund.

Yucaipa buys stake in Relativity Media.

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