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by Anonymous on Thursday Nov 05 2009

The US car manufacturer General Motors said that it would axe 10,000 jobs at its European division, Opel. According to the company's vice president John Smith, the firm wanted to reduce costs at Opel by 30%.

by ProPublica on Thursday Nov 05 2009

By Sharona Coutts in ProPublica

After federal regulators accused the University of Phoenix of systematic enrollment abuses in 2004, the school's parent company paid out nearly $10 million to resolve the allegations.

by ProPublica on Thursday Nov 05 2009

By Sharona Coutts in ProPublica

After federal regulators accused the University of Phoenix of systematic enrollment abuses in 2004, the school's parent company paid out nearly $10 million to resolve the allegations.

by ProPublica on Thursday Nov 05 2009

By Sharona Coutts in ProPublica

After federal regulators accused the University of Phoenix of systematic enrollment abuses in 2004, the school's parent company paid out nearly $10 million to resolve the allegations.

by ProPublica on Thursday Nov 05 2009

By Sharona Coutts in ProPublica

After federal regulators accused the University of Phoenix of systematic enrollment abuses in 2004, the school's parent company paid out nearly $10 million to resolve the allegations.

by ProPublica on Thursday Nov 05 2009

By Sharona Coutts in ProPublica

After federal regulators accused the University of Phoenix of systematic enrollment abuses in 2004, the school's parent company paid out nearly $10 million to resolve the allegations.

by ProPublica on Thursday Nov 05 2009

By Sharona Coutts in ProPublica

After federal regulators accused the University of Phoenix of systematic enrollment abuses in 2004, the school's parent company paid out nearly $10 million to resolve the allegations.

by ProPublica on Thursday Nov 05 2009

By Sharona Coutts in ProPublica

After federal regulators accused the University of Phoenix of systematic enrollment abuses in 2004, the school's parent company paid out nearly $10 million to resolve the allegations.

by Anonymous on Tuesday Nov 03 2009

Scientists at the Ohio State University predicted that the ice sheets of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa's tallest mountain peak, will melt in the next twenty years due to global warming.

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