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U.S. probes hack of personal data on Michelle Obama, Beyonce, others
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The FBI and other U.S. agencies said on Tuesday they were investigating a website that posted financial and personal information about first lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and other government figures as well as celebrities including singers Beyonce and Jay-Z.

Fiat chairman says still discussing how to merge with Chrysler
TURIN, Italy (Reuters) – Italian carmaker Fiat and its U.S. unit Chrysler are still discussing how to merge the companies, Fiat Chairman John Elkann said on Tuesday.

Audi’s smallest sedan heads to U.S. and China in early 2014
DETROIT/BERLIN (Reuters) – Volkswagen AG’s Audi brand next month will unveil its smallest sedan, a version of the A3 compact, at the Shanghai Auto Show and will begin selling the car in early 2014 in the United States and China.

FCC Approves T-Mobile and MetroPCS Merger
It’s official: The FCC has finally approved the T-Mobile and MetroPCS merger. According to a statement released today, FCC chairman Julius Genachowski says allowing the T-Mobile and MetroPCS to merge will “benefit millions of American consumers and help the US maintain the global leadership in mobile it has regained in recent years.”




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