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Citigroup Chief Is Set to Exit Amid Losses

Charles O. Prince III has told directors that he would resign as the possibility of another write-off looms, people briefed on the situation said.

Justice Nominee Gets 2 Key Votes From Democrats

The confirmation of Michael B. Mukasey appeared to be all but certain after Senators Dianne Feinstein and Charles E. Schumer gave him their support.

Maker of Lipitor Digs In to Fight Generic Rival

Many patients on the cholesterol drug are switching to a cheaper alternative, but Pfizer is not letting its flagship product go down without a fight.

Race's Fastest Mom Ran Through Pregnancy
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Race's Fastest Mom Ran Through Pregnancy

Paula Radcliffe, a record holder who ran regularly while pregnant last year, will compete in New York on Sunday.

U.A.W. and Ford Reach Tentative Agreement

United Automobile Workers reached a tentative agreement with the Ford Motor Company after a 41-hour bargaining session.

Texas Proceeding With Plan to Auction Preserve

Texas is collecting bids from private buyers for a 9,270-acre tract of wildlife preserve, setting off a conservationist uproar.

The Long Run
Loyal to Kerik, Giuliani Missed Warning Signs

New evidence suggests Rudolph W. Giuliani overlooked disturbing information as he supported Bernard B. Kerik.


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A Reminder

Standard Time Standard time resumes at 2 a.m. Sunday. Clocks are set back one hour.


As Beaches Erode, So Do Solutions

As funds to restore beach sand have become increasingly scarce, Atlantic and Gulf Coast communities are having to develop their own solutions.

Making a Fortune Small in Collector Cars

Few cars deliver a profit to their original owners when more conventional investments are considered.

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