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CEO Dan Akerson says the new GM is one of the few companies that have been able to reap huge profits from China. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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GM Accelerates Toward Chinese Business, Plug-Ins

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James Moody is known for soulful improvisations on the jazz flute and saxophone. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Remembering James Moody's Humble Gift For Music

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Children and an Afghan policeman look at a U.S. soldier patrolling the outskirts of Kandahar. President Obama's review of U.S. policy in Afghanistan will be unveiled soon. Although the administration is formulating an exit strategy, Afghans and other observers say it would be a  mistake for the U.S. to leave the country in its current state. Rodrigo Abd/AP hide caption

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For Obama, A Mixed Report Card From Afghanistan

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Tommy Lee Jones (left) and Ben Affleck play executives who lose their high-paying berths at a shipbuilding firm and must find new jobs and rethink identities defined by paychecks and perks. Folger/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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When 'Company Men' Lose Their Clean White Collars

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Michael Daugherty draws inspiration from the comic books he enjoyed when he was young. Naxos Records hide caption

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Superman Symphony's Surprise Grammy Nominations

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