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multibillion-dollar

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  • The budget included cuts of about $1.1 billion to public schools and universities as Corbett insisted on no tax increases to protect struggling families and reductions in state government to balance what he called a multibillion-dollar deficit.

    Pa. gov. signs budget ahead of midnight deadline

  • All of the other bills involve such a step, which Mr. Issa has described as a "multibillion-dollar bailout funded by the taxpayers."

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  • And this time, multibillion-dollar activities would be in play.

    The English Is Coming!

  • In other words, no more multibillion-dollar bets on whether the housing market will rise or fall or whether the dollar is going to do better or worse than the euro or yen.

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  • In its lawsuit, the Air Transport Association of America, or ATA, seeks to block a multibillion-dollar support package for Boeing jets ordered by Air India.

    Boeing Scores $21.7 Billion Order in Indonesia

  • The year started off strong with a string of multibillion-dollar deals.

    Year in Deals: Patents and Pipelines

  • Russian investor Yuri Milner stands to reap a multibillion-dollar windfall from his early bet on Facebook stock.

    Benefits and Barriers as Facebook's Friend

  • Chief Economist Don Rissmiller of Strategas Research Partners said that the U.S. economy, and housing in particular, remain weak enough that the Fed still should be preparing to launch a multibillion-dollar bond-buying program.

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  • Sprint is making a multibillion-dollar gamble that access to Apple's iPhone will be the ticket to a turnaround for the wireless company.

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  • Sprint, the No. 3 U.S. wireless carrier, is making a multibillion-dollar gamble that access to the iPhone will be the ticket to a turnaround.

    Inside Sprint's Bet on iPhone

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