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Despite recent good economic news, Toyota Motor and other companies continue to ratchet down expectations.
The burger chain's comparable global sales blew away analyst expectations for November.
Two struggling companies won't create a stronger one.
Les Moonves recently offered a surprisingly upbeat assessment of advertising sales.
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