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OKLAHOMA CITY— Chesapeake Energy, the nation's second largest natural gas driller, reported narrowed first-quarter losses Thursday and a $470 million sale of assets that could provide the company with a little more breathing room after nearly a decade of declining prices. Chesapeake will sell about 42,000 acres of assets to energy company Newfield...
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