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Boehner backs down in DHS funding fight, plans to hold vote on 'clean' bill
House Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday agreed to Democrats' demands to hold a vote on legislation funding the Homeland Security Department through the end of the budget year, without any immigration measures attached.
US House to vote on security bill without immigration provisions: Sources  CNBC
House poised to vote on DHS funding bill Tuesday  USA TODAY
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Ford Sales Slide Surprises as GM, Nissan, Fiat Chrysler All Miss
Jeep sales rose 21 percent to 55,642, led by the Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and Wrangler. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg. Recommended.
February Car Sales Rise Despite Bad Weather  CBS Local
US auto sales up in February despite snowy weather  San Francisco Chronicle
HP to acquire WiFi maker Aruba in $3bn deal
HEWLETT-Packard has agreed to acquire wireless networking company Aruba Networks in a deal valued at roughly $US2.7 billion ($3.45bn), expanding HP's capabilities in the mobile market.
Stock futures slipping; Best Buy tackling sales slowdown; Hewlett-Packard ...  cleveland.com
Aruba Networks, Inc Shareholder Alert: The Proposed Acquisition Of Aruba ...  MarketWatch
US Stocks Slip a Day After Nasdaq Passes 5000 Milestone
U.S. stock indexes edged lower in morning trading Tuesday as investors await earnings from the few companies yet to announce results and a jobs report later this week.
Stocks Slip From Highs; Mylan Pulls Health Care Sector Lower  TheStreet.com
Stocks tumble; Nasdaq dives below 5000  USA TODAY
Best Buy Still Cheap as Increased Dividend Lifts Shares
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Best Buy (BBY - Get Report) struggles may be a thing of the past as the electronics retailer posted higher-than-expected profits owing to cost cuts and new product strategies.
UPDATE 2-Best Buy announces first buyback since 2012; profit jumps  Reuters
Best Buy tops earnings estimates, revenue misses  CNBC
A Warning From Buffett About Banks
�Money-shufflers don't come cheap.� That was Warren E. Buffett's latest salvo against Wall Street from his annual letter to shareholders published over the weekend.
Lloyd Blankfein just threw some shade at Warren Buffett  Businessinsider India
Opinion: Warren Buffett is wrong about Elizabeth Warren  MarketWatch
Lumber Liquidators (LL) Stock Fighting Back Today, Helped by Janney Upgrade
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Lumber Liquidators Holdings (LL - Get Report) are fighting back, up 5.59% to $41 on heavy volume in early market trading Tuesday, after the stock fell more than 25% in yesterday's session following a CBS (CBS) ...
Morning Market Movers: Lumber Liquidators Holdings, Inc. (LL), McDermott ...  WallStreet Scope
Services sector major news : Lumber Liquidators Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:LL ...  eMarketsDaily
Canada economy grows at 2.4 pct annual rate in 4th quarter
OTTAWA, March 3 (Reuters) - The Canadian economy grew at a faster pace than expected in the final quarter of last year as consumer spending and a build up in inventories offset a decline in exports, data from Statistics Canada showed on Tuesday.
Poloz risks credibility with his mixed signals, Rosenberg says  bnn.ca
Canada's Economy Expands at Faster-than-Expected Pace  Wall Street Journal
CEOs see sales up; jobs � not so much: survey
AP OBAMA LABOR A FILE USA DC CEOs of major U.S. companies said they are more optimistic than they were late last year that sales and capital spending will rise in the next six months, according to a new survey by the Business Roundtable.
US CEOs modestly more upbeat on economy, spending: survey  Reuters
Business Roundtable: Trade would increase hiring of US workers  Fox Business
Taking the plunge with BlackBerry's cheap Leap
BlackBerry spent a long, long time courting the world's business buffs, and for a while its phones were corporate icons as much as they were communicators.
BlackBerry Leap Is Coming, But Focus Is Software  InformationWeek
MWC: BlackBerry clings on to hope of smartphone success with Leap launch  Inquirer