Two companies nearly annihilated by the 2008 financial crisis will rejoin the S&P stock index starting Friday -- General Motors and insurance giant AIG. (Reuters)


The number of letters in Rindfleischetikettierungsueberwachungsaufgabenuebertragungsgesetz, which was the longest word in German until now. (Marketplace)


Four-letter words are still unpopular in corporate America. The board of Scotts Miracle-Gro voted unanimously to reprimand the CEO of the company, who likes to swear, for his colorful language. (Wall Street Journal)


How many figures in the agreement to move Viacom kids' shows to Amazon Prime (The Verge)


The decline in hospital visits when low-income adults were added to Wisconsin's public insurance system. (Health Affairs)

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