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A line of Chevrolet autos made by General Motors are seen for sale at a dealer in Wheat Ridge, Colorado February 6, 2014.  General Motors Co reported a disappointing fourth-quarter profit on  Thursday, hurt by weaker-than-expected results in Asia and South America  that may prompt analysts to ratchet down their profit forecasts for  2014 for the No. 1 U.S. automaker. Its fourth quarter was bogged down by $200 million in one-time charges  stemming partly from the Chevrolet brand's exit from Europe and a plan  to stop manufacturing cars in Australia. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)

Trump warns North Korea that U.S. military is “locked and loaded.”

General Motors accuses bankruptcy trust of secret $1 billion stock plot.

Another retailer in a world of pain: J.C. Penney stock nosedives to an all-time low, becoming a penny stock.

Tesla launched its first high-yield junk bond offering at $1.8 billion, $300 million more than expected.

Facebook buys computer vision startup focused on adding objects to video.

As many as 160 Applebee’s and IHOP locations will be closing.

Snap falls 17 percent as revenue and daily user growth disappoint.

Saudi Arabia favors New York for Aramco listing despite risks.

Photo: A line of Chevrolet autos made by General Motors are seen for sale at a dealer in Wheat Ridge, Colorado February 6, 2014.  Reuters/Rick Wilking 

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