Blackstone could be mulling its own offer for the PC maker. Dell's $13.65 per share proposal is looking skimpy.
A manufacturing defect results in an unacceptable 'level of sheerness' -- and a recall that will create shortages of the popular women's apparel.
The current system dates to Prohibition, but today's shaky finances could prompt a privatization effort that has stalled previously.
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The wild popularity of Steven Brill's 25,000-word story shows that people still read in-depth articles that are interesting.
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