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Six Flags emerges from Chapter 11

NEW YORK CITY — Six Flags Entertainment says it has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The amusement park operator sought bankruptcy protection in June, burdened by high debt

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Kodak posts profit, but misses view

Eastman Kodak Co. said it posted a $119 million profit in the first quarter in contrast to a steep loss a year ago, lifted by inkjet printer sales and a settlement deal with Samsung Electronics Co. over disputed digital-imaging technology.

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GM to invest $890 million, keep 1,600 jobs

DETROIT — General Motors Co. will invest $890 million at five factories to make its V-8 engines more fuel efficient, preserving or creating roughly 1,600 jobs. The automaker planned to announce the investments ...

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FINRA fines HSBC Securities $1.5M

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority on Thursday announced that it has settled charges with two more firms relating to the sale of auction rate securities that became illiquid when auctions froze in February 2008 ...

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IPO market’s busiest day since Nov. 2007

NEW YORK CITY — Shares of six initial public offerings competing for investors’ attention were mixed in their trading debuts in the busiest day for IPOs since November 2007.

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