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AIG decides against joining federal lawsuit.

Boeing tries to defuse fears about Dreamliner.

Yum! Brands apologizes for KFC chicken probe in China.

ArcelorMittal plans to issue stock to cut debt of world’s largest steelmaker.

Chrysler sees push from UAW for IPO.

Coca-Cola files claim in China against false fungicide rumors.

Dish Network looks at spectrum as prize in Clearwire gambit as FCC opens doors.

Ford doubles dividend with business humming.[more]

GM expects “modest” market-share gains in U.S. this year as it talks with Isuzu about joint truck development and as it deepens alliance with Peugeot.

Google chief urges North Korea to embrace web.

Heineken leads alcoholic-drinks brands on Facebook.

Herbalife becomes controversial investment.

IBM topped patent rankings again for 2012.

Jeep tops previous global-sales record.

Kia will pitch new Sorento in Super Bowl spot.

Kraft puts Mio in the Super Bowl.

MGM gets green light from Macau on Cotai casino.

Mercedes-Benz is “on a roll” in U.S., chief says.

Nokia rises on strong sales for Lumia.

P&G shuffles board of directors.

Samsung stakes claim to master of CES stagecraft.

Sony considers selling Tokyo building.

Tesco bounces back as it names new U.K. sales head.

Wendy’s tests a pretzel burger.

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