Adjustments Behind The Numbers Shape Job News

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A Company Town Reinvents Itself In South Bend, Ind.

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Fresh From War, Vets Fill Unemployment Lines

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Lincoln's staking its future on this car. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Can Lincoln Be Cool Again?

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Wis. Recall Results Strike A Blow To Labor

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Romney Keeps Auto Industry Bailout Hot Button Issue

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Subprime Market Aids Car Industry Growth

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Average Investors Share Facebook Feelings

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Mayeli Vasallo (left) and Jorge Monte pump gas in Miami in April. The average price of a gallon of gas has dropped 20 cents in the last month, to $3.73. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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The Price We Pay: Gas Is Down, Maybe For A While

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President Obama talks with actor George Clooney during a White House meeting about Sudan in 2010. The president is attending a fundraiser at Clooney's house Thursday, along with a few sweepstakes winners. Pete Souza/The White House hide caption

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Obama Lures Donors With A Hollywood Sweepstakes

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Fitch Ratings Upgrades Ford's Junk Status

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German Chemical Plant Fire Threatens Auto Backlog

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Stone Hedge, a 10,000-square-foot Detroit mansion built in 1915 is listed at less than $450,000. Jessica J. Trevino/Detroit Free Press hide caption

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Million-Dollar Mansion Has A Bargain Basement Price

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