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The African Union has mounted pressure on oil-producing Sudan and South Sudan as it seeks to bring the two back to the negotiating table amid hostilities along their oil-rich border. ...

Leaders of the Group of Eight major economies struggled to agree on next steps to calm Europe's debt crisis, with consensus coming more easily on ways to cushion the world from an Iranian oil embargo. ...

Chesapeake Energy said board members will take a 20% pay cut and no longer have personal use of company aircraft, the latest move by the embattled natural-gas company to placate critics. ...

Enterprise Products Partners and Enbridge said Saturday that the Seaway pipeline has started to accept crude oil at the Cushing, Okla. storage hub for delivery to the U.S. Gulf Coast. ...

Enterprise Products Partners and Enbridge said Saturday that the Seaway pipeline has started to accept crude oil at the Cushing, Okla. storage hub for delivery to the U.S. Gulf Coast. ...

Leaders of the world's eight richest economies gathered in Camp David, Md., Saturday to discuss how to deal with the European debt crisis amid fresh concerns that it could spark widespread financial turmoil. ...

Chesapeake Energy said board members will take a 20% pay cut and no longer have personal use of company aircraft, the latest move by the embattled natural-gas company to placate critics. ...

The ranks of Connecticut's public-sector unions are being roiled by a labor brawl amid lingering anger over billions of dollars in concessions made during last year's state budget crisis. ...

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