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01/16/2007 [-] Cablevision Board Rejects Dolans' Offer
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01/16/2007 [-] BA says no deal with largest union
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01/16/2007 [-] Talks make headway to end Hyundai Motor strike
01/16/2007 [-] Taiwan's President Chain forms joint venture with Marks and Spencer
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01/16/2007 [-] Australia set for strong economic growth indicator
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01/16/2007 [-] 5m bid to wipe broadband 'disgrace'
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01/16/2007 [-] BP's Browne admits errors
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01/16/2007 [-] Seminars to show businesses how to tap into Hispanic market
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01/16/2007 [-] GE to buy British aerospace unit
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01/16/2007 [-] Woolworths joins fight for New Zealand retail dominance
01/16/2007 [-] Tokyo stocks open lower on Intel earnings, BOJ policy decision
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01/16/2007 [-] Russian businessman kidnapped in Iraq report
01/16/2007 [-] Wade Cook Brings Extra Income to Work-at-home Entrepreneurs with Online Business
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01/16/2007 [-] BA staff strike talks adjourned
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01/16/2007 [-] Brisbane welcomes Bollywood stars
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01/16/2007 [-] Woolworths seeks Warehouse bid nod
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01/16/2007 [-] Dow Jones industrials hit third record close
01/16/2007 [-] Intel Q4 profit plunges 39%, still beats estimates
01/16/2007 [-] Founders of Internet company charged in New York City gambling case
01/16/2007 [-] Venezuela to take at least 60% stakes in nationalized oil projects
01/16/2007 [-] Saudi says there is no need for new production cuts by OPEC
01/16/2007 [-] Japan November current account surplus up 21.5%
01/16/2007 [-] Citrus Prices To Soar After Calif. Freeze
01/16/2007 [-] Airlines hope check-in pods will ease long lines
01/16/2007 [-] Chase Card Services plans to hire 100 in Ottawa
01/16/2007 [-] Redmond's Physio-Control halts defibrillator sales
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01/16/2007 [-] South East Asian economies herald a new dawn of technological innovation
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01/16/2007 [-] Woolies shops for NZ Warehouse
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01/16/2007 [-] Cox, Aniston to dish on `Dirt`
01/16/2007 [-] Ex-Refco head indicted on securities fraud
01/16/2007 [-] Oil price drop fails to boost markets
01/16/2007 [-] Dollar firm, defying economic data
01/16/2007 [-] NZ posts negative inflation figures
01/16/2007 [-] Skilled buys Swan Personnel for 44m
01/16/2007 [-] BMW Japan to release new Mini Cooper car
01/16/2007 [-] Prouds says cleared to buy Angus & Coote
01/16/2007 [-] NAB cancels listing on LSE
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01/16/2007 [-] Woolies seeks clearance to buy Warehouse
01/16/2007 [-] Business Browser Venezuela ends talks
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01/16/2007 [-] Former VW boss in corruption case
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01/16/2007 [-] Compass Minerals More Than Doubles Document Storage Business Through Acquisition
01/16/2007 [-] Mineral formations give scientists climate-change clues
01/16/2007 [-] US crude oil futures fall below US51
01/16/2007 [-] Trade policy blamed for Blundstone move
01/16/2007 [-] NCCI Targets Caprivi, Omaheke to Boost Business
01/16/2007 [-] Danier Leather jumps 38 pct on 2nd-qtr results
01/16/2007 [-] Panel finds 'significant' safety lapses at BP's US refineries
01/16/2007 [-] Commerce Bancorp probed by U.S. regulators
01/16/2007 [-] Enbridge to raise 523.1 million in stock issue, raises dividend
01/16/2007 [-] Maple Leaf Foods closing poultry plant in Canard, N.S., affecting 380 workers
01/16/2007 [-] ING Canada creates chief operating officer job
01/16/2007 [-] Dollar firm, defying economic data
01/16/2007 [-] Hedge fund offers US499 million investment in mall developer Mills
01/16/2007 [-] IDA settles with former RBC Dominion Securities broker over inflated trading
01/16/2007 [-] Royal Bank applying tight restrictions on who opens U.S. dollar account
01/16/2007 [-] France's 'holy herb ... decreed as horrifying'
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01/16/2007 [-] Founders of online payment company Neteller charged in online gambling case
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01/16/2007 [-] CapitaLand expects 15% return from Macau
01/16/2007 [-] LG.Philips reports net loss for 3rd quarter
01/16/2007 [-] Hong Kong ranked freest economy for 13th year
01/16/2007 [-] TM makes foray into Gulf region via tie-up
01/16/2007 [-] Ranhill, Indon parties to explore oil and gas
01/16/2007 [-] Revised plan for Sibu Jaya
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01/16/2007 [-] UBG, Kuwait Finance sign accord
01/16/2007 [-] PM Plantations merger deal to go on
01/16/2007 [-] Avillion Hotel sold for RM322m
01/16/2007 [-] MAS down 8% on profit-taking
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01/16/2007 [-] Ringgit breaks 3.50 against US
01/16/2007 [-] Gamuda defends toll rate hikes
01/16/2007 [-] - Mexico Predicts Drop in Tortilla Prices
01/16/2007 [-] Mexico predicts drop in high tortilla prices within a month
01/16/2007 [-] Gentium granted orphan status for VOD drug
01/16/2007 [-] AARP, groups unveil healthcare campaign
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01/16/2007 [-] Synova buys birth-control sponge rights
01/16/2007 [-] Analysis Forest impresses Street
01/16/2007 [-] Boeckman Christian-themed beauty salon opens
01/16/2007 [-] UN Agency And Microsoft Team Up to Assist Rural Businesses
01/16/2007 [-] New Zealand inflation falls to 2.6 per cent
01/16/2007 [-] U.S. Supreme Court upholds pension changes
01/16/2007 [-] U.S. to have `soft landing,` IMF head says
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01/16/2007 [-] Oil buoys Dow, tech stocks dip
01/16/2007 [-] Price war sees Intel profits drop 39 per cent
01/16/2007 [-] Toyo Engineering Bolstering Business Relationship With Mitsui
01/16/2007 [-] Dow Gains 27, Reaches 3rd Record Close
01/16/2007 [-] Closing bell Dow edges to record close, but Nasdaq dips
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01/16/2007 [-] Briefing 2 founders of processor of Net bets are arrested
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01/16/2007 [-] Gazprom and Dresdner Bank set up emissions-trading venture
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01/16/2007 [-] Corruption trial set to start for former top official at Volkswagen
01/16/2007 [-] Swissair trial opens with 19 executives charged
01/16/2007 [-] The weak dollar does little to help correct America's trade imbalance
01/16/2007 [-] Intel reports another profit decline
01/16/2007 [-] E.ON is cleared to bid for Endesa
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01/16/2007 [-] Dow Reaches 3rd Straight Record Close
01/16/2007 [-] Canadians charged in internet gambling case
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01/16/2007 [-] Report Faults BP for Safety Procedures
01/16/2007 [-] Saudi Oil Minister Expects Prices to Rebound
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01/16/2007 [-] Congress and the Bottom Line of Business Owners in 2007
01/16/2007 [-] Bank of Canada holds key interest rate steady
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01/16/2007 [-] Maple Leaf to shut poultry plant, 380 jobs hit
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01/16/2007 [-] Local Business Owners Arrested For Trafficking 7 Mil In Drugs
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01/16/2007 [-] Internet Gambling Execs Arrested
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01/16/2007 [-] Blair defends dropping of BAE-Saudi probe
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01/16/2007 [-] Saudi Arabia rules out emergency OPEC meeting
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01/16/2007 [-] IMF chief world expansion to extend into fifth year
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01/16/2007 [-] 40 kept from Detroit flight, council says
01/16/2007 [-] Macomb Co. tries to help its homeless population
01/16/2007 [-] Hanging botched, bloody
01/16/2007 [-] Doctors propose uterus transplants
01/16/2007 [-] 'Dreamgirls' puts on a show of diva dignity
01/16/2007 [-] Diverse group bands together for King
01/16/2007 [-] Man held in after-hours club killings
01/16/2007 [-] Moving firm relocating to Fishers
01/16/2007 [-] EU wants to lift sanctions on US grain imports
01/16/2007 [-] Stocks Lower Ahead of Key Profit Reports
01/16/2007 [-] Blitz Of Mergers And Buyouts Sets Record
01/16/2007 [-] Report BP Did Not Emphasize Safety
01/16/2007 [-] Insurance Companies Under Fire In Credit Case
01/16/2007 [-] High Court Refuses To Hear IBM-Related Cases
01/16/2007 [-] Euroset mobile phone retailer posts 79% sales growth in 2006
01/16/2007 [-] Gazprom's 2006 investment program increased to 17.3 bln
01/16/2007 [-] Copper Grill restaurants up for sale
01/16/2007 [-] Weak sales hit Symantec profits
01/16/2007 [-] Study Most pain lollipops given off-label
01/16/2007 [-] Docs to screen for 'Bubble Boy' defects
01/16/2007 [-] Jury Selection Starts in Coke Theft Case
01/16/2007 [-] Stocks Mixed Ahead of Key Profit Reports
01/16/2007 [-] Britain urges India to ease trade curbs
01/16/2007 [-] German investor confidence bounces back
01/16/2007 [-] Euro slips against dollar despite good economic data from Germany
01/16/2007 [-] US Bancorp 4Q profit rises 4 percent, below analysts' projection
01/16/2007 [-] US Bancorp 4Q Profit Rises 4 Percent
01/16/2007 [-] Reuters Summit-Biofuels move to centre stage
01/16/2007 [-] Magic Mirror to connect shoppers and their friends
01/16/2007 [-] Greeting Card's administrators sell business to MBO
01/16/2007 [-] Founders of Skype, Kazaa unveil Joost, a Net TV service
01/16/2007 [-] Businesses Urged To Help Employees Living With HIV/Aids
01/16/2007 [-] Oil prices sink heavily after Saudi rules out OPEC meet
01/16/2007 [-] Scotiabank, IFC to buy into Dalian Bank sources
01/16/2007 [-] Oil falls 1, Saudi says no need to panic
01/16/2007 [-] Armstrong World negotiates sale of its European carpet and sports flooring business
01/16/2007 [-] The amazing business confidence U-turn
01/16/2007 [-] Build a Business Challenge
01/16/2007 [-] Changi Airport Handles A Record 35.03 Mln Passenger Last Year
01/16/2007 [-] GE to purchase aviation business
01/16/2007 [-] Airport courts developers
01/16/2007 [-] Most of ProLogis 65 business park evacuated
01/16/2007 [-] BP says it will improve safety at US plants after damning report
01/16/2007 [-] International stock market quotations
01/16/2007 [-] FTSE down on inflation concern
01/16/2007 [-] Lakeland business park sold; apartment complex sells for 34.35 million
01/16/2007 [-] UCF gets healthy
01/16/2007 [-] Local golf course named one of the best
01/16/2007 [-] OIA to consider a medical clinic in the terminal
01/16/2007 [-] PlayStation 3 shipments reach 1 million in Japan
01/16/2007 [-] Japanese finance minister says no delay sought in Bank of Japan interest rate decision
01/16/2007 [-] Sony PS3 shipments reach 1 million in Japan
01/16/2007 [-] Lake City's parent reports reduced quarterly earnings
01/16/2007 [-] Blaze at Chevron refinery injures 1
01/16/2007 [-] Refinery-blast report savages BP
01/16/2007 [-] Earlier BP Refinery Called USA's Worst Polluter
01/16/2007 [-] Xie Qihua, 1 of China's most influential businesswomen, resigns as chairwoman of Baosteel
01/16/2007 [-] PTC legislation set to draw business
01/16/2007 [-] Fire destroys two businesses, home in downtown Richmond
01/16/2007 [-] 10M upgrade for Star Plaza hotel
01/16/2007 [-] Wells Fargo profit rises 13 pct on lending growth
01/16/2007 [-] Japan's central bank seen delaying rate rise report
01/16/2007 [-] Japan team due to hold free trade talks in India report
01/16/2007 [-] IMF chief world growth to approach five percent
01/16/2007 [-] Airbus banks on re-structuring plan to catch up with Boeing
01/16/2007 [-] Hong Kong ranked as the world's freest economy
01/16/2007 [-] Oil prices sink heavily after Saudi rules out OPEC meet
01/16/2007 [-] Madrid court re-ignites Endesa takeover battle
01/16/2007 [-] Moody's doubts India can sustain record-breaking growth
01/16/2007 [-] Canada's Mackenzie buys 5.74 pct stake in Japan's Nikko Cordial ...
01/16/2007 [-] Bank of Canada leaves rates alone
01/16/2007 [-] Online video war taking shape
01/16/2007 [-] Baidu.com and EMI launch online music venture
01/16/2007 [-] Integrity Media provides music for new online Christian store
01/16/2007 [-] Almost Family buys Jacksonville, Fla., home health
01/16/2007 [-] Gov. candidate Beshear Gaming needed in Ky.
01/16/2007 [-] Two runways closed; few passenger delays
01/16/2007 [-] Cold wave puts the heat on some businesses
01/16/2007 [-] Taking the start-up plunge Execs give up big company security
01/16/2007 [-] 517 Taiwan-invested projects got nod last year
01/16/2007 [-] Eurotunnel takes further step to new start
01/16/2007 [-] Canadian dollar pares losses after BoC decision
01/16/2007 [-] FNX sees 42 pct increase in ore production
01/16/2007 [-] IMF chief world growth to approach five percent
01/16/2007 [-] IRS opens its Free File program for the tax year
01/16/2007 [-] French court OKs Eurotunnel rescue plan
01/16/2007 [-] U.S. stocks fall with oil prices.
01/16/2007 [-] Verizon to sell New England assets
01/16/2007 [-] Vurv acquires People Business Network
01/16/2007 [-] Europe sees modest car sales rise
01/16/2007 [-] Business News Wobbly morning on Wall Street
01/16/2007 [-] Business News A 20,000 TV that's actually worth the price
01/16/2007 [-] Business News BOJ not likely to raise rates this week
01/16/2007 [-] Business News Stocks in Neutral After Record Start
01/16/2007 [-] Oil rigs are big business opportunity
01/16/2007 [-] M&M plans CV plant near Pune
01/16/2007 [-] U.S. panel criticizes BP safety
01/16/2007 [-] Wells Fargo's 4Q Profit Rises
01/16/2007 [-] Greeting Card to shed 1,000 jobs
01/16/2007 [-] A labour of love
01/16/2007 [-] Press hounds kept at bay
01/16/2007 [-] Misunderstanding continues unabated
01/16/2007 [-] Oil refineries ready to reduce emissions
01/16/2007 [-] Mixed opinions on policy-rate outcome
01/16/2007 [-] New investment by Matsushita
01/16/2007 [-] In brief Nok Air's new destination
01/16/2007 [-] Cosmetics firm set for sales bonanza
01/16/2007 [-] AIS set to launch promotional schemes
01/16/2007 [-] TOT to block DTAC, True Move customers
01/16/2007 [-] Thai Preeda signs distribution deal
01/16/2007 [-] Panda to promote green tea
01/16/2007 [-] Property market faces drop of 10 per cent this year
01/16/2007 [-] AIS and True Move sign deal
01/16/2007 [-] Act changes 'won't break WTO rules'
01/16/2007 [-] Ethanol demand 'may reduce food'
01/16/2007 [-] Late news One-stop centre for foreign films
01/16/2007 [-] Preuksa Real Estate
01/16/2007 [-] Thai Copper set to list in Singapore
01/16/2007 [-] Asset managers focusing on fixed-income funds
01/16/2007 [-] SEC to study new scheme
01/16/2007 [-] Kim Eng cuts market-share target
01/16/2007 [-] 'No need for reserve measure'
01/16/2007 [-] BAY facing shake-up after GE deal
01/16/2007 [-] Opposition to Don Muang plan mounts
01/16/2007 [-] Independent Report Criticizes BP's Safety
01/16/2007 [-] Netflix to begin offering movies, TV episodes over Internet today
01/16/2007 [-] Rich prefer to put wealth in Swiss banks
01/16/2007 [-] Airline collapse dents Swiss pride
01/16/2007 [-] Bank of choice still Swiss for uber-rich
01/16/2007 [-] Action Construction to buy Romanian co for 2.15million
01/16/2007 [-] Blog Clear passengers shoes to stay on through security
01/16/2007 [-] Intel Electronics Aims For Stronger Growth This Year
01/16/2007 [-] Dendreon's Provenge gets priority review
01/16/2007 [-] Cel-Sci testing head-and-neck cancer drug
01/16/2007 [-] America becoming the land of pack rats
01/16/2007 [-] Toronto stocks set to fall on limp oil price
01/16/2007 [-] Bank of Canada holds rates
01/16/2007 [-] TD Ameritrade Q1 profit jumps 69% on revenue from acquisition
01/16/2007 [-] Biovail partner Glaxo gets Dutch license for drug
01/16/2007 [-] Hollinger names Voorheis CEO; Benson leaves as chief restructuring officer
01/16/2007 [-] Bank of Canada leaves key interest rate unchanged at 4.25 per cent
01/16/2007 [-] Chevron fire ignites discontent
01/16/2007 [-] IPTV licence to help SingTel expand product offerings
01/16/2007 [-] UOB studying possibility of investing in Vietnam's Southern Bank
01/16/2007 [-] Wall Street Mixed After Profit Warnings
01/16/2007 [-] Commodities, MA lift European stocks, yen dips
01/16/2007 [-] Commodity prices sends bourse to record close
01/16/2007 [-] BEST PHONES
01/16/2007 [-] TECH SECTORS MOSTLY HIGHER
01/16/2007 [-] Starbucks, Coke vie for market control in ready-to-drink coffee
01/16/2007 [-] Investors' hopes lie with tech firms
01/16/2007 [-] AOL agrees to buy Swedish ad company
01/16/2007 [-] Universal Music Group CEO plays the tough guy
01/16/2007 [-] Madrid court lifts final injunction on E.ON-Endesa deal
01/16/2007 [-] Dow ends up 41 on robust economic data
01/16/2007 [-] Closing bell Nasdaq climbs to finish week up 2.8%
01/16/2007 [-] Stocks mixed after profit warnings, data
01/16/2007 [-] Cold takes toll on California growers, traffic
01/16/2007 [-] Today's business headlines
01/16/2007 [-] Huge U.S. pork plant operating, some workers absent
01/16/2007 [-] Stocks Rise Despite Profit Warnings
01/16/2007 [-] Frontier Airlines to start serving Louisville
01/16/2007 [-] Labopharm's tramadol moves forward
01/16/2007 [-] Is This Britain's Cheapest Suit?
01/16/2007 [-] Britain to India Lower barriers to business
01/16/2007 [-] Stronger yuan won't offset imbalances soon, China says
01/16/2007 [-] Japan may stay out of bank decision on interest rates
01/16/2007 [-] Frustrated by slowing condominium sales, developers turn to rental market
01/16/2007 [-] FTSE flat on inflation uncertainty
01/16/2007 [-] How long can this boom last?
01/16/2007 [-] A fantasy playground for 'global nomads'
01/16/2007 [-] BP may lose some control of Russian oil venture
01/16/2007 [-] Ottawa aims to speed cargo crossings
01/16/2007 [-] Alaskan village receives Venezuelan oil vouchers
01/16/2007 [-] Oil prices slide on OPEC comments
01/16/2007 [-] Beware the Retail Freebie
01/16/2007 [-] Britain to face OECD bribery experts over Saudi Arabia
01/16/2007 [-] British inflation surge to 10-year high explains rate rise
01/16/2007 [-] Small Business outlook mixed for 2007
01/16/2007 [-] BP slammed by report on US refinery blast
01/16/2007 [-] Burberry to open city centre store
01/16/2007 [-] 31 Music Zone stores to close
01/16/2007 [-] Last motion picture show not imminent for Netflix
01/16/2007 [-] Insurers fight court ruling on credit-reporting law
01/16/2007 [-] Europe creates attractive clean energy scene
01/16/2007 [-] Fire won't hurt output, Chevron says
01/16/2007 [-] Web site wields power in NYC restaurant world
01/16/2007 [-] Music firm changes tune on Net videos
01/16/2007 [-] AOL to buy Swedish Web advertising firm
01/16/2007 [-] Online video fuels Cisco's growth
01/16/2007 [-] Smithfield workers stage walkout
01/16/2007 [-] Natural gas production delays drive up prices
01/16/2007 [-] GE buys aerospace unit for 4.8B
01/16/2007 [-] The sneakerhead mantra If the shoe hits, collect it
01/16/2007 [-] Phones with GPS a blessing, concern
01/16/2007 [-] Netflix turns to Internet for viewing
01/16/2007 [-] French elections holding up EU business experts
01/16/2007 [-] New York property firm to develop luxury hotel in Bangalore
01/16/2007 [-] It's been all downhill for many ski resorts
01/16/2007 [-] BusinessCast January 16, 2007
01/16/2007 [-] JBU announces international business emphasis in MBA program set for May
01/16/2007 [-] 2007 The year of m
01/16/2007 [-] Verizon, FairPoint in deal for local exchanges spinoff
01/16/2007 [-] Express Scripts launches offer for Caremark
01/16/2007 [-] Colorado regulators reviewing telecom fund
01/16/2007 [-] Making the connection
01/16/2007 [-] Hong Kong again named the world's freest economy for a 13th year
01/16/2007 [-] 6-year prison term demanded for Hyundai chairman
01/16/2007 [-] Repair of quake-damaged cables to last at least a month longer than expected
01/16/2007 [-] Auston, M2B Asia in reverse takeover deal valued at S165m
01/16/2007 [-] Spanish court opens way for E.ON bid for Endesa
01/16/2007 [-] Telekom chief calls for moves to help industry mergers
01/16/2007 [-] Poland's tourist numbers rise
01/16/2007 [-] Former head of German food empire dies
01/16/2007 [-] Business Analysis LSE set for cash sweetener to fend off Nasdaq
01/16/2007 [-] Citrus crop lost to cold snap
01/16/2007 [-] Finance watchdog chief steps down
01/16/2007 [-] Insurers warned on misleading ads
01/16/2007 [-] New Construction Ordinance Takes Effect
01/16/2007 [-] Czech Skoda Auto boosts 2006 sales by 11.7 percent to 549,667
01/16/2007 [-] Saudi says no need to panic over oil price drop
01/16/2007 [-] Early stock market signals mixed as Wall Street ends holiday weekend
01/16/2007 [-] British inflation surge to 10-year high explains rate rise
01/16/2007 [-] RIM files more financial information for Q2, Q3
01/16/2007 [-] Hollinger Inc. restructuring officer steps down
01/16/2007 [-] TD Ameritrade 1st-qtr net income rises 69 pct
01/16/2007 [-] Canada dollar slips versus stronger US, BoC looms
01/16/2007 [-] Workers file harassment law suit against MV Transportation
01/16/2007 [-] Johor floods take toll on transport sector
01/16/2007 [-] OPEC is urged to wait before making output cuts
01/16/2007 [-] AG hires embattled ex-ICASA CFO
01/16/2007 [-] Tech firms testing the IPO waters
01/16/2007 [-] Surgutneftegaz oil co. buys into St. Petersburg's TV Channel 5
01/16/2007 [-] Volkswagen starts construction of car plant in Russia
01/16/2007 [-] Gujarat State Petro to set up two LNG import terminals
01/16/2007 [-] Gujarat Gas to supply gas to fertiliser co
01/16/2007 [-] Enrollment hits 13,000 for Lilly anti-clotting drug
01/16/2007 [-] Consumer confidence rebounds
01/16/2007 [-] Investigator in HP case pleads guilty
01/16/2007 [-] Corn shortage hits tortillas
01/16/2007 [-] Sonoma County La Tortilla County forced to raise prices
01/16/2007 [-] Netflix to offer online delivery
01/16/2007 [-] North Bay to build landfill
01/16/2007 [-] Advertising Overload
01/16/2007 [-] S. Korea, U.S. press for trade deal
01/16/2007 [-] LG.Philips LCD Posts Q4 Loss, Expects More Ahead
01/16/2007 [-] Macworld vs CES Which Had Bigger Buzz?
01/16/2007 [-] Dyno Nobel buys into gateway to China
01/16/2007 [-] China banks 1 trillion in foreign currency
01/16/2007 [-] ICBC, BOC the most valuable brands of China
01/16/2007 [-] Stock futures slide
01/16/2007 [-] Report Fed Probe Jobs' Stock-Options Grant
01/16/2007 [-] McDonald's exploring options for Boston Market
01/16/2007 [-] McDonald's Reviews Options For Boston Market
01/16/2007 [-] McDonaldrsquo;s reviewing options on ownership of Boston Market
01/16/2007 [-] McDonald's explores options for Boston Market
01/16/2007 [-] Netflix unveils online film offer
01/16/2007 [-] Nissan eyeing low-budget car for emerging markets
01/16/2007 [-] California citrus takes major freeze loss
01/16/2007 [-] Metals prices lend positive lead
01/16/2007 [-] HZL ups zinc prices, cuts lead prices
01/16/2007 [-] SembMarine wins rig order from Taiwan's Offshore Group Corp
01/16/2007 [-] Acquisitions help MapletreeLog treble full year distributable income
01/16/2007 [-] JTC launches RFP for Civic, Cultural and Retail Complex at one-north
01/16/2007 [-] Sinanran Drive site tender closed
01/16/2007 [-] CapitaLand may transplant rejected IR proposals into Macau project
01/16/2007 [-] ONS 'planning to shut London HQ'
01/16/2007 [-] December mutual fund sales more than double
01/16/2007 [-] China, Tajikistan vow to strengthen business cooperation
01/16/2007 [-] Czech Skoda Auto boosts 2006 sales by 11.7 percent to 549,667
01/16/2007 [-] Skills shortage 'to intensify in 2007'
01/16/2007 [-] Blundstone boot factory moves overseas
01/16/2007 [-] China to cut exports to trim trade surplus
01/16/2007 [-] Home is where the heart is
01/16/2007 [-] Bidders circle Granada site
01/16/2007 [-] More offices means 125,000 new jobs
01/16/2007 [-] Housing giants buys Cresta Court for 8.25m
01/16/2007 [-] Protect yourself against bad debt
01/16/2007 [-] Forum's New Year resolution for more efficient businesses
01/16/2007 [-] Learn how to blossom
01/16/2007 [-] Personality and intelligence tests a hit
01/16/2007 [-] Fishy business is booming
01/16/2007 [-] Cool move at Michael Ward
01/16/2007 [-] Spinning good ideas into cash
01/16/2007 [-] Give pie regards to Broadway...
01/16/2007 [-] Communique MD quits
01/16/2007 [-] PZ Cussons buys site
01/16/2007 [-] Booth Street plan ends years of delay
01/16/2007 [-] Interest rates set to rise again
01/16/2007 [-] Dreamliner loaded for assembly
01/16/2007 [-] ONS to move HQ to Newport
01/16/2007 [-] Panel in U.S. to release report on safety of BP's plants
01/16/2007 [-] Kingfisher slides as FTSE sticks in neutral
01/16/2007 [-] Official, Business Owner Disagree About Proposed Minimum Wage Hike
01/16/2007 [-] UK inflation rate at 11-year high
01/16/2007 [-] Dolans Raise Cablevision Bid to 8.9B
01/16/2007 [-] Cable companies urged to enter arbitration
01/16/2007 [-] Pandemic-prepared; Tool kit helps inoculate businesses
01/16/2007 [-] China's economy up 10.5% in 2006
01/16/2007 [-] Made-to-order medicine -
01/16/2007 [-] Foreign investments invited in hydrocarbons Pranab
01/16/2007 [-] M&M to set up CV plant in Maharashtra
01/16/2007 [-] Hackers may have stolen MoneyGram client data
01/16/2007 [-] Business community urged to adopt new mindset for change
01/16/2007 [-] BAE South African deal 'probed'
01/16/2007 [-] Tapscott's Wikinomics like Weath of Networks for business audience
01/16/2007 [-] More movies, TV coming to mobile phones
01/16/2007 [-] Virgin Mobile calls Tata
01/16/2007 [-] Corn Products Buys Sweeteners Business
01/16/2007 [-] Lend Lease puts roofs over squaddies' heads
01/16/2007 [-] Healthier choices boost Greggs
01/16/2007 [-] iPhone, iHope, iDream
01/16/2007 [-] Stock Futures Point Higher
01/16/2007 [-] Chevron changes UAE subsidiary's name
01/16/2007 [-] Cuban cash slow coming
01/16/2007 [-] New retail center under way
01/16/2007 [-] TVA may relocate Chattanooga office
01/16/2007 [-] Business briefs for Jan. 13
01/16/2007 [-] Daxor expanding Oak Ridge operations
01/16/2007 [-] Dollar, gold lower in Europe trading
01/16/2007 [-] Legislature may consider minimum wage increase
01/16/2007 [-] Healthy doughnuts? What next?
01/16/2007 [-] Guide closes Anderson plant six months early
01/16/2007 [-] In Pictures Goldman Sachs' All-Star Alumni
01/16/2007 [-] SAP profits rise 11% on US sales
01/16/2007 [-] US retailers enjoy December surge
01/16/2007 [-] Disney gives more than 22M in 2006
01/16/2007 [-] Commentary Was The Show Just For Show?
01/16/2007 [-] Corn rockets, triggers limit
01/16/2007 [-] Unique and revolutionary learning consultancy formed
01/16/2007 [-] Key Earnings Could Move Market This Week
01/16/2007 [-] Big demand boosts sales
01/16/2007 [-] Ethanol demand fuels a jump in price of corn
01/16/2007 [-] I-64 ready for major closings
01/16/2007 [-] Yet more highs as miners slip but Telstra saves day
01/16/2007 [-] DJs makes a welter of now being on its own
01/16/2007 [-] Blow for Tasmania as boots set off overseas
01/16/2007 [-] It's game on, but will Eddie take the bone?
01/16/2007 [-] Macquarie Bank, you're dumped!
01/16/2007 [-] Moscow and Minsk resolve oil row
01/16/2007 [-] Euro up against dollar, sterling
01/16/2007 [-] IJM, Reliance sell stake in Sydney hotel
01/16/2007 [-] Caracas threatens Orinoco takeover
01/16/2007 [-] Auto insurance now has a hurricane tax?
01/16/2007 [-] Columbia Club must rethink strategy, role
01/16/2007 [-] Debenhams wary for 2007
01/16/2007 [-] India's Flyington buys six new Airbus freighters
01/16/2007 [-] People making news
01/16/2007 [-] Heart doctors read tests from home
01/16/2007 [-] Home sales fall fast in state
01/16/2007 [-] Ford hires Boeing chief of human resources
01/16/2007 [-] Cool lighting means stylish driving
01/16/2007 [-] NAWBO seeks nominations for top women business owners
01/16/2007 [-] Maaco franchise operators honored
01/16/2007 [-] Warehouse complex under new ownership
01/16/2007 [-] Bangladesh emergency good for business, say exporters
01/16/2007 [-] Inflation hits record at 3%
01/16/2007 [-] WA miner grabs bargain stake in troubled Bendigo
01/16/2007 [-] Euro up against dollar, sterling
01/16/2007 [-] FDA accepts Labopharm's response for tramadol
01/16/2007 [-] Attacks on Detroit Iraqi Businesses--Revenge By Other Arabs?
01/16/2007 [-] Deluxe cuts 145 jobs in 2nd round of layoffs
01/16/2007 [-] TMG sues UnitedHealth in contract dispute
01/16/2007 [-] Nationwide and Halifax increase mortgage rates
01/16/2007 [-] Electronics boost retail sales in Dec.
01/16/2007 [-] Electronics sales recharge holiday retail
01/16/2007 [-] Drugmaker 'arms race' may spur biotech deals
01/16/2007 [-] CES Notebook Wireless media player, fuel cell
01/16/2007 [-] U.S. investors send their cash packing
01/16/2007 [-] Cargo door open; business jet crashes
01/16/2007 [-] IPhone isn't sure slam dunk for Apple
01/16/2007 [-] December was kind to video game industry
01/16/2007 [-] Report Feds are investigating Apple options grant to Steve Jobs
01/16/2007 [-] EVERYWHERE ENTERTAINMENT
01/16/2007 [-] Dollar slips 1.64 kopeks on MICEX
01/16/2007 [-] Euro rises 2.88 kopeks on MICEX
01/16/2007 [-] Bank of Russia foreign currency exchange rates for Jan. 17
01/16/2007 [-] US pharma giant Pfizer to cut 'thousands' of jobs
01/16/2007 [-] Newcomers may soon call the tune in telecoms market
01/16/2007 [-] Germany's Hochtief denies cooling on Budapest Airport deal
01/16/2007 [-] Audi reports big jump in China sales
01/16/2007 [-] Tech show-offs
01/16/2007 [-] Japanese business can lead climate campaign Gore
01/16/2007 [-] Business Leaders Praise Freight Movement Plan
01/16/2007 [-] Firefighters douse Cocoa business blaze
01/16/2007 [-] Study Illinois' Wineries on the Rise
01/16/2007 [-] Bristol-Myers, partner to share diabetes drugs
01/16/2007 [-] Advice plan laudable, possibly lucrative Birds of prey
01/16/2007 [-] Spas Tackle 'Blackberry Thumb,' 'Tech Neck'
01/16/2007 [-] Staples Buys MSP Thrive Networks
01/16/2007 [-] Oracle To Patch 55 Database, App Server Bugs Next Week
01/16/2007 [-] SAP Sales Slip As Succession Rumors Swirl
01/16/2007 [-] Wall St. Week Ahead Stocks Focus On Earnings, Inflation
01/16/2007 [-] First Conviction In HP Board Leak Scandal Case
01/16/2007 [-] Thorough scrubbing may fix Outlook, Windows troubles
01/16/2007 [-] Incoherent 'spoetry' in motion has us reaching for the delete key
01/16/2007 [-] Document camera enlarges learning
01/16/2007 [-] FDA investigates embryo business
01/16/2007 [-] E & O Property Development to draw down its bond facility
01/16/2007 [-] Litrak not cash-rich says Gamuda MD
01/16/2007 [-] My E.G. Services' share price surges on listing day
01/16/2007 [-] Intel wants to increase its share of computer market
01/16/2007 [-] Utama and Kuwait Finance sign MoU on share disposal
01/16/2007 [-] ISS consulting appoints new MD
01/16/2007 [-] Intel to double capacity in Kulim
01/16/2007 [-] Reject Icos offer, holders of shares advised
01/16/2007 [-] Nikko to Freeze Principal Investment Business After Securities Law Breach
01/16/2007 [-] Oil edges up on Opec speculation
01/16/2007 [-] Live life, but finish with its business
01/16/2007 [-] Indian industrial output rebounds
01/16/2007 [-] Old video game system leads U.S. sales
01/16/2007 [-] U.S. holiday spenders lifted sales by 0.9%
01/16/2007 [-] Chinese stocks tumble in biggest single-day drop in 6 months
01/16/2007 [-] Spotlight Doug Parker of US Airways
01/16/2007 [-] Real estate bubbles How worried should we be?
01/16/2007 [-] Shake-up underscores deep problems at EMI
01/16/2007 [-] Leaders inject momentum in efforts to revive stalled Doha trade talks
01/16/2007 [-] UN to promote responsible business practices in new European Union members
01/16/2007 [-] NCR to cut 1,200 ATM jobs
01/16/2007 [-] U.N. won't fly solo on Net
01/16/2007 [-] FDA Investigates Texas Embryo Business
01/16/2007 [-] Confectioner Company Scandal Rocks Japan
01/16/2007 [-] Swiss boarders get down to snow business
01/16/2007 [-] Newly financed Davenham finds prospects 'firm'
01/16/2007 [-] Lookers in the fast lane to profits
01/16/2007 [-] Hong Kong and Shanghai Duel for Financial Capital
01/16/2007 [-] Shanghai copper limit down on rising supply
01/16/2007 [-] Possible OPEC action pushes price upward
01/16/2007 [-] White Pearl added at T-Mobile
01/16/2007 [-] Women changing work, not leaving
01/16/2007 [-] Netflix looks to future with Internet delivery
01/16/2007 [-] Doctors' insurer to ease freeze
01/16/2007 [-] Ford boss finds Detroit show turbulent ride
01/16/2007 [-] Trump undoing deals
01/16/2007 [-] American Girl to expand
01/16/2007 [-] European stocks slip on profit-taking
01/16/2007 [-] GM could buy into Malaysia's Proton car
01/16/2007 [-] Australia and Malaysia plan low-cost air route
01/16/2007 [-] Sunway Pyramid Bullish With Visit Malaysia Year 2007
01/16/2007 [-] Oil prices dip; analysts see further declines
01/16/2007 [-] DOUGHNUT SHOPS HOLD THE TRANS FAT
01/16/2007 [-] LEASES
01/16/2007 [-] Brokers speculate on fate of S.J.'s Sobrato building
01/16/2007 [-] TOP 20 MARKETS
01/16/2007 [-] U.S. downtown office rents rise in fourth quarter; vacancy drops
01/16/2007 [-] Celebrity gossip site TMZ.com gets slot on Fox for fall
01/16/2007 [-] RECORD BREAKING YEAR
01/16/2007 [-] MOVING ON
01/16/2007 [-] LET'S MAKE A DEAL
01/16/2007 [-] HP claims big move for small chips
01/16/2007 [-] 5.6 billion year for valley
01/16/2007 [-] Corn prices surge to 10-year high
01/16/2007 [-] Report 'to criticise BP safety'
01/16/2007 [-] MURKY PICTURE FOR VIDEO PHONES
01/16/2007 [-] The end of life as they knew it
01/16/2007 [-] Sony PlayStation 3 Shipments Reach 1M In Japan
01/16/2007 [-] Record Christmas for Tesco
01/16/2007 [-] ASOS says pre-festive sales were up 80pc
01/16/2007 [-] 17m of the green stuff
01/16/2007 [-] Oil below US53 a barrel on uncertainty about OPEC bolstering crude prices
01/16/2007 [-] Nonsensical spam e-mails evade filters
01/16/2007 [-] Organics back Tesco Christmas cheer
01/16/2007 [-] Perth's house prices up another 4.5%
01/16/2007 [-] Nissan to launch new auto-financing business in China
01/16/2007 [-] Iraqi House-Swap Business
01/16/2007 [-] Beijing rudely awakened from green dream
01/16/2007 [-] China stock feeding frenzy Don't get bitten
01/16/2007 [-] Independent Safety Report On BP Due Today
01/16/2007 [-] Ventas adds assisted-living sites
01/16/2007 [-] LG Philips reports fourth-quarter loss
01/16/2007 [-] Investor confidence index jumps more than forecast
01/16/2007 [-] Stock tables, Consuming column
01/16/2007 [-] Ted Baker Christmas sales up
01/16/2007 [-] FTSE edges lower as miners weigh
01/16/2007 [-] Debenhams falls on cautious outlook
01/16/2007 [-] Alinta chief, chairman resign over buy-out offer
01/16/2007 [-] British inflation hits 10-year peak of 3.0 percent in December
01/16/2007 [-] Hong Kong freest economy, Australia 3rd
01/16/2007 [-] Oil Prices Dip Below 53 a Barrel


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