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Lawyer denies impersonating professor

NEW YORK CITY — A New York lawyer denies that he impersonated a Judaic studies professor and calls the allegation payback in a scholarly dispute over the Dead Sea Scrolls.

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IBM buying Netezza for $1.7B

IBM said Monday it has agreed to pay $1.7 billion for Netezza Corp., a company that helps businesses sort through data on corporate servers.

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SEC backs new rules on debt disclosure

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Federal regulators voted Friday to propose new rules that could make it harder for financial firms to disguise their level of debt. The Securities and Exchange Commission ...

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Great Lakes nuke shipment plan stirs accident fears

NEW YORK CITY — Environmentalists and some local officials are protesting a Canadian company’s plan to haul 16 scrapped generators from a nuclear power plant across three of the Great Lakes.

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NYC stops hiring firefighters amid bias suit

NEW YORK CITY — City officials on Friday said the Fire Department of New York won’t hire any firefighters until a new entry exam is created to replace one a federal judge said discriminated against minorities, which is expected to take at least a year.

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