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Japan to Spend $124 Billion on Recovery -- The Japanese government will spend about ¥10 trillion ($124 billion) on reconstruction after the devastating March 11 earthquake and tsunami, which is likely to shave 1% off Japan's economic growth this year, the country's economy minister said Friday.

GE's action plan.
Piecing Together a Supply Chain -- Two months after Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami, Japanese automakers in the United States continue to struggle with significant supply disruptions.

That's one way to do it.
Facebook paid PR firm to smear Google -- Facebook has been caught secretly paying a top public relations firm to plant negative stories about Google in the US media. Burson-Marsteller, one of the world's largest PR firms, attempted to get USA Today, the Washington Post and other high profile US news outlets to write scaremongering stories about Google's privacy policies.

If you want it, you got it. For a price.
Princess Beatrice Royal Wedding Hat by Philip Treacy

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