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AMC plans to spend about $600 million over the next 5 years to add bigger seats to 1,800 of its screens.
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Breaking: Drug maker Abbvie has increased its offer for Shire.
Abdullah Abdullah claims election victory in Afghanistan despite the runoff result
Move to extradite Megaupload's Kim Dotcom to U.S. from New Zealand delayed
From Thomas Edison to Charlie Chaplin, 125 years of history as covered in the WSJ: #WSJ125
.@WSJ editor @gerardtbaker offers his daily take on the news and, of course, pays tribute to our birthday #WSJ125
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Evacuation orders were issued to nearly 600,000 people throughout Japan's Okinawa prefecture
Don't forget the sunglasses. Eye protection is especially important for kids, studies find.
The Oscar Pistorius defense has concluded and court has been adjourned until August
Millions of dollars worth of cellphones, tablets stolen in elaborate heist at Samsung's Brazil plant
Indonesia's election race is going down to the wire, stirring fears about a contested result
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The Wall Street Journal first published 125 years ago. Here's what made today's front page #WSJ125
'This is a spontaneous phenomenon.' Chinese shoppers love to nap in IKEA
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Japan plans to build $90 billion high-speed train that floats between Tokyo and Osaka
Taliban suicide attack in Afghanistan kills 16
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Alibaba founder Jack Ma's recent deals raise red flags with corporate-governance experts
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"The music industry is not dying…it's just coming alive." @taylorswift13 on the future of the music business.
In 11th hour of Indonesia's presidential race, Widodo takes a trip to Mecca
Japanese electronics giants are churning out lettuce in place of computer chips