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Tiger Woods Upset with Hank Haney for 'The Big Miss'

Tiger Woods thinks former swing coach Hank Haney is unprofessional for writing a book about their time together. Haney's book, The Big Miss, details his six-year tenure as Woods' swing coach before their mutual parting in May 2010.

Two Contractors Missing in Chevron Fire

Two individuals working on an exploration well off the coast of Nigeria are still unaccounted for following a fire that took place on one of the company's rigs.

U.S. Stocks Climb to 5-Month High

The S&P 500 closed at a five-month high for the third day on Thursday but had difficulty extending gains in the face of lackluster economic data and another European bond market test.

Wall Street Pauses after 3-Day Rally

U.S. stocks paused on Thursday after a three-day rally, with investors concerned about weaker U.S. economic data and comments from the European Central Bank chief that painted a mixed picture of the region's debt crisis.

Wall Street edges lower on data, Chevron

Wall Street retreated on Thursday following a three-day rally after weaker U.S. economic data and comments from the European Central Bank chief that painted a mixed view on the region's debt crisis.

U.S. Stock Futures up after Spain's Debt Auction

Stock index futures rose on Thursday after well-received European sovereign debt auctions encouraged investors ahead of job market and retail sales data expected to show the economy is steadily recovering.

Stock futures signal early dip; Chevron eyed

Stock index futures pointed to a flat to slightly lower open on Wall Street on Thursday, with S&P 500 futures down 0.14 percent, Dow Jones futures down 0.10 percent and Nasdaq 100 futures up 0.01 percent at 0925 GMT.

Chevron warns on Q4 profit, shares drop

Chevron Corp warned that fourth-quarter profit would be significantly below the previous quarter, with production still falling short of prior expectations and its refining operations about breaking even.

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Shell workers clean up Nigeria Delta Oil Spill

Shell Declares Force Majeure in Nigeria

Essentially meaning greater force, the Dutch oil company is attempting to insulate itself from possible liabilities following a pipeline leak, the second in more than three weeks in the country, by declaring it beyond the company's control.
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Exxon to sell most of Japan refining stake: sources

U.S. oil group ExxonMobil is in talks to sell most of its 50 percent stake in Japanese refiner TonenGeneral Sekiyu KK <5012.T>, in a deal that could be worth as much as $5 billion, four sources with knowledge of the matter said.
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