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3:31am

Wed April 25, 2012
NPR Story

Olympic Stars May Overshadow Other Athletes

Originally published on Wed April 25, 2012 7:10 am

The Summer Olympic Games in London start in 93 days. Of the 10,500 athletes, the attention is on at least two of them: swimmer Michael Phelps and Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt.

6:53am

Tue April 24, 2012
Around the Nation

Starbucks To Open Stores At Disney Parks

On Monday, Disney announced the first of six planned Starbucks locations is scheduled to open at Disney California Adventure park in June. More locations are planned at Disneyland park and Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.

6:39am

Tue April 24, 2012
Animals

Canadian Cow Is Quite The Milk Producer

A Canadian cow has made the record book for most milk produced in a lifetime. The Ottawa Citizen reports the cow has produced more than 57,000 gallons. That's more than six times the average.

4:20am

Tue April 24, 2012
Business

GM To Add 600 Chinese Dealerships In 2012

Originally published on Tue April 24, 2012 7:29 pm

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

General Motors is making a bigger effort in what's become the world's biggest car market. At the Beijing Auto Show this week, GM said it plans to open 600 new dealerships in China this year. GM is trying to grow Chinese sales while they still can.

NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from Shanghai.

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4:18am

Tue April 24, 2012
Business

Bribery Accusations Hurt Wal-Mart's Stock Price

Originally published on Tue April 24, 2012 5:41 am

Wal-Mart could face significant legal liability following a report accusing the company of systematic bribery in Mexico. A report in The New York Times claims Wal-Mart officials in Mexico paid more than $20 million in bribes to help the company open more stores there. The story also says top Wal-Mart executives in the U.S. looked the other way. The company's stock price fell nearly 5 percent Monday.

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