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02/27/2007 [-] Local home resales rise as owners reduce prices
02/27/2007 [-] Housing slowdown continues
02/27/2007 [-] Surveys Consumer confidence at highest level in 51/2 years
02/27/2007 [-] Dow has worst day since 9-11 attacks
02/27/2007 [-] India-Dubai trade surges to over 10 billion
02/27/2007 [-] Calgary businesses build bridges with Dubai
02/27/2007 [-] Lend Lease posts slight fall in profit
02/27/2007 [-] Airbus to open composites factory in Britain
02/27/2007 [-] Centro's US expansion gathers pace
02/27/2007 [-] Computer firm plans to hire more workers
02/27/2007 [-] Former FDA chief sentenced
02/27/2007 [-] Krispy Kreme serves up whole wheat doughnut
02/27/2007 [-] New Orleans touts success of Carnival
02/27/2007 [-] Tax tip Keep eye on child investment income
02/27/2007 [-] Stock market plummets
02/27/2007 [-] Bank plans to buy Homeowners Mortgage
02/27/2007 [-] Slipping into the future
02/27/2007 [-] Volvo bolsters construction equipment business
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese whispers' 35b wipe-out
02/27/2007 [-] Cabinet considering Auckland reform plan
02/27/2007 [-] Korean Business delegation visits Mumbai for trade investment
02/27/2007 [-] Bangalore's Boomtown Blues
02/27/2007 [-] Airbus to axe jobs in Europe
02/27/2007 [-] US firm TWC launches bid for QGC
02/27/2007 [-] Future Fund boosted by Telstra shares
02/27/2007 [-] Asian stocks reel from global market rout
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese shares recover, close morning session higher
02/27/2007 [-] Consumers take on more debt
02/27/2007 [-] World Markets Plunge for Second Day
02/27/2007 [-] Business briefs Feb. 28
02/27/2007 [-] Millions for minutes
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota sets up shop in Miss.
02/27/2007 [-] Harris BankEast keeps growing
02/27/2007 [-] Wall Street double whammy
02/27/2007 [-] County help sought for Oak Ridge shopping center
02/27/2007 [-] Japan's industrial output down 1.5 per cent in January
02/27/2007 [-] US cos offshoring business nearer home
02/27/2007 [-] VW steps up pressure for truck making business shakekout
02/27/2007 [-] 6th Livewire Brunei Business Wards Launched
02/27/2007 [-] Auburn lands another auto supplier for Alabama
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota may attract more big business to state
02/27/2007 [-] Former McAfee exec indicted
02/27/2007 [-] VC guru Perkins derides new corporate boards
02/27/2007 [-] Housewares posts a 29m H1 loss
02/27/2007 [-] Origin says AGL hasn't reopened talks
02/27/2007 [-] Equity group to buy Station Casinos for 5.4 bil
02/27/2007 [-] Shiny new casino calls to Ohio
02/27/2007 [-] Aust market slides after overseas falls
02/27/2007 [-] Harvey Norman records 37pc profit increase
02/27/2007 [-] Theme parks lifts Village Roadshow
02/27/2007 [-] Hastie reports 12% fall in H1 profit
02/27/2007 [-] Transpacific wants more NZ acquisitions
02/27/2007 [-] 'Midnight miner' to challenge court decision
02/27/2007 [-] Price concerns FM to present Budget '07
02/27/2007 [-] Budget '07 Common man seeks price control
02/27/2007 [-] Indians have ineffective saving habits Survey
02/27/2007 [-] Sask. pharmacy owners sell UPE
02/27/2007 [-] Singapore shares open 4.82% lower
02/27/2007 [-] Pfizer says maraviroc suppresses AIDS virus
02/27/2007 [-] Australia's Flight Center buyout plan rejected
02/27/2007 [-] Centro to buy New Plan Excel for US3.4 billion in cash
02/27/2007 [-] KUB Records Operating Profit In 2006 Versus Losses Previously
02/27/2007 [-] Dell's Not Ready To Go Mainstream With Business Linux
02/27/2007 [-] Wall St. Slide Fuels Worries on Economy
02/27/2007 [-] Steep dip as Asian markets open
02/27/2007 [-] Harvey Norman rolls out a 37% profit rise
02/27/2007 [-] Profits down as Alinta contemplates bids
02/27/2007 [-] Experts urge calm over market jitters
02/27/2007 [-] Online share deal meltdown
02/27/2007 [-] RIM set to present findings of options review
02/27/2007 [-] Chrysler, union reach agreement on buyouts
02/27/2007 [-] Regulators okay Imperial, Exxon oil sands project
02/27/2007 [-] Regulators give approval to the third large oilsands project in four months
02/27/2007 [-] Nikkei loses more than 3.5 per cent, dragged down by US market
02/27/2007 [-] Genting casino license hangs on suitability of shareholders
02/27/2007 [-] Briefing Cash crunch leads Ford to cut Venezuela output
02/27/2007 [-] Is Latvia's economy following in Iceland's overheated footsteps?
02/27/2007 [-] EU regulator says law to ease takeovers actually made them tougher
02/27/2007 [-] VW raises stake in MAN
02/27/2007 [-] Premier reassures businesses on state corruption scandal
02/27/2007 [-] Kurdish struggle for Iraq's oil
02/27/2007 [-] TSX, Dow plummet on Shanghai selloff
02/27/2007 [-] McAfee's former general counsel indicted in options backdating case
02/27/2007 [-] World markets fall after Chinese stocks plunge 9 percent
02/27/2007 [-] Computer glitch causes Dow Jones to fall faster than normal
02/27/2007 [-] New saleyards contractors look forward to business as usual
02/27/2007 [-] As women rise in business life, so do fortunes of our region
02/27/2007 [-] Alinta's profit down 25pc
02/27/2007 [-] All is Not Well in Stock Trading Business column
02/27/2007 [-] IKEA wants you to break a bag habit
02/27/2007 [-] Chicago Businesses Suffer In Industrials Tumble
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese Stocks Plunge Nearly 9 Percent
02/27/2007 [-] 17. Appointments
02/27/2007 [-] Federated plans to change name to Macy's
02/27/2007 [-] A&P in talks to buy Pathmark for about 653 million
02/27/2007 [-] Artes Medical IPO shares rise 28%
02/27/2007 [-] Survey Web health resources lacking
02/27/2007 [-] Corporate results in brief
02/27/2007 [-] Fire Forces Burlington Business Block Evacuation
02/27/2007 [-] Woman Charged In Pilot Mountain Business Fire
02/27/2007 [-] Business Wire founder gives Stanford 33 million stem cell grant
02/27/2007 [-] Teck to decide soon what to do with gold assets
02/27/2007 [-] White is gold for some businesses
02/27/2007 [-] DaimlerChrysler board approves partnership with Chinese automaker
02/27/2007 [-] Hy-Vee and Dahl's plan to open clinics in DM stores
02/27/2007 [-] TVS Electronics plans new unit in Uttarakhand
02/27/2007 [-] Costco ends its no-strings-attached policy on full refunds for electronics
02/27/2007 [-] Federated Plans to Change Name to Macy's
02/27/2007 [-] Outages have chilling effect on Iowa livestock producers
02/27/2007 [-] 'Taste of Agriculture'Is Planned by Chamber
02/27/2007 [-] Rep. Salazar Lobbies Agriculture Secretary To Help
02/27/2007 [-] A&P seeks to buy Pathmark supermarkets
02/27/2007 [-] Financial experts say investors shouldn't panic
02/27/2007 [-] OPD Two businesses robbed
02/27/2007 [-] Cops Say Businesses Were Front for Prostitution
02/27/2007 [-] Johanns Bush to fight additional farm aid
02/27/2007 [-] Australian stocks tumble 3.5 per cent
02/27/2007 [-] Indiana stocks join stock market skid
02/27/2007 [-] Chrysler to Offer Workers Up to 100K
02/27/2007 [-] Foreign business news in brief
02/27/2007 [-] 500M US in CPP assets placed in U.S. real estate
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota to build 1.3 billion plant in Mississippi
02/27/2007 [-] GDP outlook brightened by year-end bounce
02/27/2007 [-] Eurozone's Juncker cautious on inflation
02/27/2007 [-] Wendy's to keep focus on U.S., Canada CEO
02/27/2007 [-] Canada pension manager invests in U.S. real estate
02/27/2007 [-] Truckers say Ontario fuel shortage 'critical'
02/27/2007 [-] US Treasury says hedge funds don't need new regulation
02/27/2007 [-] Canadians admit buying counterfeit products survey
02/27/2007 [-] CanWest buys New Republic magazine in U.S.
02/27/2007 [-] World markets fall after Chinese stocks plunge nine per cent
02/27/2007 [-] Italy's Enel threatens EON takeover of Endesa
02/27/2007 [-] Yum Brands says New York rat incident isolated
02/27/2007 [-] Donnelley reports loss
02/27/2007 [-] Hailstorm closes city schools, businesses
02/27/2007 [-] Employees shudder then scurry
02/27/2007 [-] 80,000 Alliant customers remain without power
02/27/2007 [-] Web site details request, availablity for generators
02/27/2007 [-] 20. Fiamma seeks regional distributor
02/27/2007 [-] 19. Cepco sets sights on new export markets
02/27/2007 [-] 18. Wal-Mart to pay US1bil for retailer
02/27/2007 [-] 17. H-Displays eyes region Listed status to aid access to markets
02/27/2007 [-] 16. Mega First Laos power plant report next month
02/27/2007 [-] 15. Bank Muamalat profit up 154%
02/27/2007 [-] 14. VTI to focus on SPNB contract
02/27/2007 [-] 13. Earnings surge and give Dutch Lady rosy outlook
02/27/2007 [-] 12. Positive prospects, Wah Seong gets upgraded
02/27/2007 [-] 11. Maxis to spend US450mil on India services roll-out
02/27/2007 [-] 10. EON Capital to send offer for RHB banking group today
02/27/2007 [-] 9. Proton incurs net loss in Q3
02/27/2007 [-] 8. Maybulk revenue climbs 11.6%
02/27/2007 [-] 7. UEM World posts net profit of RM196.5mil
02/27/2007 [-] 6. Yuan rise may be quickened
02/27/2007 [-] 5. Analysts Year of profit for MAS
02/27/2007 [-] 4. How to select growth firms
02/27/2007 [-] 3. Genting, Star Cruises not guaranteed casino licence
02/27/2007 [-] 2. Maxis net profit crosses RM2bil mark
02/27/2007 [-] 1. Most still positive on Bursa
02/27/2007 [-] Computer glitch amplifies stock market slide
02/27/2007 [-] Airbus faces walkouts, strike threats
02/27/2007 [-] Jobs payroll picture is mixed State added jobs, but unemployment rose
02/27/2007 [-] AB Foods makes less bread after rise in wheat prices
02/27/2007 [-] For its treats, bakery holds the wheat
02/27/2007 [-] Whole wheat for Krispy Kreme
02/27/2007 [-] Krispy Kreme adds wheat doughnut
02/27/2007 [-] Goodman expands even as wheat rises
02/27/2007 [-] Electricity producer to be sold in record buyout
02/27/2007 [-] Cleaner coal could cost millions
02/27/2007 [-] EU business 'must redistribute wealth'
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks Have Worst Day Since 9/11 Attacks
02/27/2007 [-] - Consumer Confidence Gains in February
02/27/2007 [-] Consumer confidence gains
02/27/2007 [-] Greenspan's recession warning puts market into a little tailspin
02/27/2007 [-] But consumer confidence gains
02/27/2007 [-] Recession unlikely despite Wall Street worries
02/27/2007 [-] Briefing European Parliament split on roaming fees
02/27/2007 [-] Deep divisions at EU meeting over corporate taxes
02/27/2007 [-] Siemens chief says corruption scandal won't delay next strategic plan
02/27/2007 [-] Australian stock market in freefall
02/27/2007 [-] Recession possible, Greenspan says Business Technology T
02/27/2007 [-] TXU Q4 Profit Up 33 Percent
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks Have Worst Day Since 2001 Attacks
02/27/2007 [-] Talladega businessman dies while serving life sentence
02/27/2007 [-] ALL BUSINESS Greenspan rocks markets
02/27/2007 [-] Judge halts Nokia, Qualcomm case
02/27/2007 [-] SaskPool books profit of 7.9-million
02/27/2007 [-] Microsoft Forms Business Process Alliance, Develops BPM Roadmap
02/27/2007 [-] Papa John's fourth quarter profit up 35%
02/27/2007 [-] Wall Street hit by global sell-off NW stocks share the pain
02/27/2007 [-] United Way recognizes business contributions
02/27/2007 [-] Pioneer to hire 400; 85 in Iowa
02/27/2007 [-] Alinta posts year net profit down 25%
02/27/2007 [-] Dollar hit by global stock losses, US economic fears
02/27/2007 [-] Wall St plunges on economic growth fears
02/27/2007 [-] Italy's Enel threatens EON takeover of Endesa
02/27/2007 [-] Symbion expects healthy earnings growth
02/27/2007 [-] ASX could lose 2-3% after Wall St plunge
02/27/2007 [-] Kenya All is Not Well in Stock Trading Business
02/27/2007 [-] Robbery Suspect Nabbed After Business Owner Gives Chase
02/27/2007 [-] JETRO Monthly Survey, Japanese Business Sentiment in East Asia Continues Mixed in February
02/27/2007 [-] State job figures have something for everyone
02/27/2007 [-] Business Right Now
02/27/2007 [-] WAFB Business News
02/27/2007 [-] Chrysler workers offered up to 100,000 to leave company
02/27/2007 [-] Fed lifts BofA mutual fund order
02/27/2007 [-] Search for missing Bay Area Microsoft exec abandoned
02/27/2007 [-] Microsoft talks up technology to kids
02/27/2007 [-] Microsoft security fixes include plugging Vista hole
02/27/2007 [-] Russian court tosses software piracy case that brought appeal to Gates
02/27/2007 [-] Ballmer Vista forecast too rosy
02/27/2007 [-] Local stocks take dip along with stock market
02/27/2007 [-] Small businesses still key for construction
02/27/2007 [-] Study Docs lack patient hospital data
02/27/2007 [-] Belgian drugmaker Galapagos says it extended agreement with Amgen through 2008
02/27/2007 [-] Wall Street has worst day since 9/11 attacks
02/27/2007 [-] Chrysler blue-collar workers to be offered up to 100,000 to leave
02/27/2007 [-] Small business confidence holds steady
02/27/2007 [-] Merc, CBOT holders to vote on merger
02/27/2007 [-] Abbott drug approved for Crohn's disease
02/27/2007 [-] Banner Year For Buyouts
02/27/2007 [-] Harare Seeks Economic Solution In Government-Business-Labor Talks and finance
02/27/2007 [-] THE NAMES BEHIND BEA
02/27/2007 [-] FALLOUT AT BEA
02/27/2007 [-] BEA discloses tainted options
02/27/2007 [-] Five valley execs sue accounting firm
02/27/2007 [-] Cincom Announces Winners of Collegiate Business Plan Competition
02/27/2007 [-] New Zealand stock exchange opens down 3 per cent
02/27/2007 [-] Business Confidence in Economy Grows
02/27/2007 [-] World Business Quick Take
02/27/2007 [-] The Dow industrials fall 500 points
02/27/2007 [-] Harare Seeks Economic Solution In Government-Business-Labor Talks
02/27/2007 [-] Microsoft Google's Success Was 'Wake-Up Call'
02/27/2007 [-] Jordan Motors purchased by Oregon company
02/27/2007 [-] Iowa ethanol project awaits word on grant
02/27/2007 [-] Wall Street in freefall, Dow sinks over 500 points
02/27/2007 [-] Adelaide renters struggle with tightest market in Aust
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese stocks drop to record lows
02/27/2007 [-] US Treasury says hedge funds don't need new regulation
02/27/2007 [-] NTPC plans to raise Rs 1,00,000 crore
02/27/2007 [-] Germany and France will lose jobs in a plan at Airbus
02/27/2007 [-] Harare Seeks Economic Solution In Government-Business-Labor Talks issues
02/27/2007 [-] The Coliseum sets job fair
02/27/2007 [-] Not your average antiques shop
02/27/2007 [-] A soothing atmosphere awaits at Oasis on Hanover
02/27/2007 [-] New Mayor gets into business
02/27/2007 [-] Federated to change name to Macy's Group
02/27/2007 [-] Four Corners Business Group Backs Extending U.S. 192 Beautification Project
02/27/2007 [-] Oil Settles Higher After Volatile Day
02/27/2007 [-] Environment groups still unhappy with TXU plan
02/27/2007 [-] Kindred shares reverse, follow market lower
02/27/2007 [-] Alaska Airlines expands cargo capacity to Alaska
02/27/2007 [-] Dreamliner 'bird test' prompts design tweak
02/27/2007 [-] Boeing awarded 425 million bonus for late, costly work, federal auditors report
02/27/2007 [-] NASA called too generous with bonus payments
02/27/2007 [-] Jordan ranks 5th in Doing Business 2007 Report
02/27/2007 [-] Business groups say NSW deserves bigger share of GST
02/27/2007 [-] Maharashtra plans to buy power from captive generation
02/27/2007 [-] Eckerd College Group To Analyse Business and Banking
02/27/2007 [-] State jobless rate edges upward to 5.1 percent
02/27/2007 [-] Madhya Pradesh bags award in e-governance
02/27/2007 [-] Fortis in deal for gas distribution business
02/27/2007 [-] Dow Jones industrials plummet
02/27/2007 [-] Volvo says it will pay 1.3 billion for Ingersoll-Rand's road construction equipment business
02/27/2007 [-] Dow plunges 500 then gains some back
02/27/2007 [-] Yahoo! Canada News Business
02/27/2007 [-] Chrysler workers to be offered up to 100,000 to leave
02/27/2007 [-] Federated to change name to Macy`s
02/27/2007 [-] JetBlue Deja vu 68 Flights Cancelled
02/27/2007 [-] Pentagon retirements lead to sale of business
02/27/2007 [-] New economy winners and losers
02/27/2007 [-] GSK releases phase 3 data on allergy spray
02/27/2007 [-] Heidrick & Struggles' earnings slip
02/27/2007 [-] Area home sales slump 11%
02/27/2007 [-] Humira approved for Crohn's
02/27/2007 [-] Head-To-Head Women And Small Biz
02/27/2007 [-] S.C. falls further behind in global economy ranking
02/27/2007 [-] Michigan impresses in survey on economic preparedness
02/27/2007 [-] Wal-Mart sees no need to split up growing business
02/27/2007 [-] SAIC Wins Defense Department Contract Worth Up To 930 Million
02/27/2007 [-] Federal CIOs Report Progress, Want More Help From IT Industry
02/27/2007 [-] Millionaire businessman suing family doctor
02/27/2007 [-] Correction 50 Best business schools for getting hired
02/27/2007 [-] On Advertising "Big Brother" brouhaha stumps damage control experts
02/27/2007 [-] Cellphone 'number portability' unrealized
02/27/2007 [-] New €350 million fund to invest in tech firms
02/27/2007 [-] 20,000 views for your video clip? Here's 100!
02/27/2007 [-] Nokia to cut up to 700 jobs
02/27/2007 [-] An 'American Idol' talent hunt for Silicon Valley?
02/27/2007 [-] Business Internet Users Go Wireless
02/27/2007 [-] Stronger grain shipments boost Saskpool profit
02/27/2007 [-] Correction Top 50 Business Schools
02/27/2007 [-] Calling all scrapbook lovers
02/27/2007 [-] Chambers on internet for free
02/27/2007 [-] Home & Garden Show coming to Orlando
02/27/2007 [-] Longwood office building sells for 19.7 million
02/27/2007 [-] AirTran announces new service
02/27/2007 [-] Disney sues Anaheim over plan
02/27/2007 [-] AstraZeneca to cut additional 850 jobs in Sweden over 3 years
02/27/2007 [-] Malaysia's Maxis 2006 net profit up 27.6 percent
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota to build 8th North American factory in Mississippi
02/27/2007 [-] Dollar slides after mixed data
02/27/2007 [-] Brookfield Properties Sells Atrium on Bay in Toronto for 250-million
02/27/2007 [-] Wall Street takes plunge at specter of slump
02/27/2007 [-] Oil Prices Rise on Inventory Expectation
02/27/2007 [-] Dow Industrials Plunge More Than 200
02/27/2007 [-] Daiei Trading-Chicago-Co. issues allergy alert on undeclared peanuts in bean cracker
02/27/2007 [-] Dow drops nearly 200 after China drop
02/27/2007 [-] Target earns 2.8 billion dollars for year
02/27/2007 [-] Heinz earns 219 million in third quarter
02/27/2007 [-] - Toyota Plans Mississippi Plant
02/27/2007 [-] BlueStar Health Inc. Announces a Changed Business Focus Through Bio-Diesel Acquisition After Recisio
02/27/2007 [-] Health and wellness products pay off for Heinz
02/27/2007 [-] Garage forecourt shop fined over price display
02/27/2007 [-] Dollar falls on weaker US goods orders
02/27/2007 [-] Leaders & Losers Automakers
02/27/2007 [-] House panel clears business tax relief plan for House vote
02/27/2007 [-] Convention-hotel effort gets a lift
02/27/2007 [-] CBS profits in first year after Viacom split
02/27/2007 [-] Botswana Ministry of Education Introduce Business Based School Curriculum
02/27/2007 [-] Existing-home sales, prices continue to fall
02/27/2007 [-] Ports group puts growth at heart of its strategy
02/27/2007 [-] Gas prices top 2.55
02/27/2007 [-] Irei, genchi genbutsu, muda, and other secrets to Toyota's business success
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks Plunge on Big Drop in China
02/27/2007 [-] Unions predict up to 10,000 jobs could go at Airbus
02/27/2007 [-] Disneyland sues to halt housing plan
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks Take a Tumble
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks tumble; Dow off 150 points
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks Plunge on Drop on China's Market
02/27/2007 [-] US home sales up 3 percent
02/27/2007 [-] CPP Investment Board makes US500M real estate investment in U.S.
02/27/2007 [-] Pension assets top C1 trillion study
02/27/2007 [-] Business aviation claims FAA is favoring airlines
02/27/2007 [-] Airbus formally opens engineering center
02/27/2007 [-] Wheeling Businesses Lending Help Police Search For Kidnapping Suspect
02/27/2007 [-] Column What if I can't pay my taxes?
02/27/2007 [-] GM, Ford expect lower U.S. sales in February
02/27/2007 [-] Airbus may cut 5,000 jobs
02/27/2007 [-] FDA to shut 13 labs, including one in Detroit
02/27/2007 [-] Zetsche got 6.7 million for '06
02/27/2007 [-] Web site lists availablity of generators
02/27/2007 [-] New non-stop flight to Florida
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota to build 1.3B plant in Mississippi
02/27/2007 [-] China`s Chery cars to be sold as Dodge
02/27/2007 [-] NTPC to bid for 682.5 MW power project in Egypt
02/27/2007 [-] Scientist takes aim at coal-fired power plants
02/27/2007 [-] Greenspan foresees a recession this year
02/27/2007 [-] Greenspan Chance of recession by end of year
02/27/2007 [-] Greenspan Recession possible this year
02/27/2007 [-] Greenspan's warning puts market into tailspin
02/27/2007 [-] Consumer Snapshot Shows Improvement
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota Picks Mississippi For Plant
02/27/2007 [-] Harrah's Posts Profits for 4Q, 2006
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota building new SUV plant in Mississippi
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota picks Mississippi for next auto plant
02/27/2007 [-] Google to open RD center in Singapore
02/27/2007 [-] Online home control
02/27/2007 [-] China and Greenspan spook markets
02/27/2007 [-] US auto-parts maker Delphi reports 5.5-billion-dollar losses
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota to build factory in Mississippi
02/27/2007 [-] Maine LNG hub draws criticism
02/27/2007 [-] Baxter gets OK to fix pumps
02/27/2007 [-] Orders for big-ticket items plummet
02/27/2007 [-] Japanese stocks retreat, snapping 3-session gain
02/27/2007 [-] FTSE tumbles 2 pct after China fears
02/27/2007 [-] Botox helps guide migraine surgery
02/27/2007 [-] Federal Rail Adm. Denies DME Loan
02/27/2007 [-] Oil prices decline on concern that China demand could be stifled
02/27/2007 [-] Laurentian Bank earnings rise by one-fifth
02/27/2007 [-] Wall St. drops on China, economic fears
02/27/2007 [-] Federated 4Q profit rises, seeks to change name to Macy's
02/27/2007 [-] Boeing military deal now under question
02/27/2007 [-] Payless, Nike to market women's running shoe
02/27/2007 [-] Indy getting 425 new telcom jobs
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02/27/2007 [-] EADS board backs Airbus turnaround plan, ending standoff
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02/27/2007 [-] Exemption limit likely to be hiked
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02/27/2007 [-] Transneft unhappy at plans to manage government stake in CPC
02/27/2007 [-] Foreign investment in Russia 143 bln in 2006, up 28%, y-o-y
02/27/2007 [-] Computer Business Review Money for Nothing? Open Source VC Funding
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02/27/2007 [-] US brands slam Thai piracy record
02/27/2007 [-] Shin Corp posts 60% plunge in profit
02/27/2007 [-] Two Japanese firms 'showing strong will on eco-car project'
02/27/2007 [-] Astina to introduce kitchen equipment to its product line
02/27/2007 [-] In briefBankThai signs 40m notes deal
02/27/2007 [-] Octane-95 sales won't be scrapped
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02/27/2007 [-] Late news Pioneer to up Thai production
02/27/2007 [-] McDonald's tries out a trendy new look
02/27/2007 [-] Ice-skating rink to target youngsters
02/27/2007 [-] Prinsiri to open five new property projects worth Bt5.1 bn
02/27/2007 [-] Video on demand from iPSTAR Australia
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02/27/2007 [-] HomePro races against retail law to expand
02/27/2007 [-] Bangkok Metro puts off train purchase
02/27/2007 [-] Ministry calls for big cut by BOT
02/27/2007 [-] Almost Family, ACL, Ford lead local stocks lower
02/27/2007 [-] Jeffersonville port's tonnage up 14 percent in 2006
02/27/2007 [-] Churchill's Hoosier sale OK'd by state
02/27/2007 [-] Dow off more than 140 after big drop in China
02/27/2007 [-] Printing group makes small profit
02/27/2007 [-] Columbia mortgage firm bought by Hilton Head bank
02/27/2007 [-] Federated quarterly profit rises
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02/27/2007 [-] Business Group to Host Speaker
02/27/2007 [-] Environmentalists try on new role in buyouts Business Tec
02/27/2007 [-] Senator absorbs business concerns
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02/27/2007 [-] Par returns Difimicin to Optimer
02/27/2007 [-] MAP's kids' asthma drug advancing
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota picks Miss. site over Tenn. for plant
02/27/2007 [-] Malaysia may face long wait for US trade deal envoy
02/27/2007 [-] Malaysia's Proton sees third consecutive quarter of losses
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02/27/2007 [-] Latino businesses picking up after immigration raid
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02/27/2007 [-] DTE earnings down in 2006
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02/27/2007 [-] Magna might make an offer to buy Chrysler
02/27/2007 [-] Navistar stops work on engine for Ford
02/27/2007 [-] Ford expects decline in sales
02/27/2007 [-] Many in Midland worried about Dow Chemical takeover bid
02/27/2007 [-] Dow drops 100 after fall in China market
02/27/2007 [-] Rosa Parks downtown bus terminal gets builder in 10.8-million deal
02/27/2007 [-] NS, NB frothing over beer trade
02/27/2007 [-] Australian opposition accuses PM of secret nuclear business deals
02/27/2007 [-] Dollar up slightly as US sags
02/27/2007 [-] Toronto stocks drop 1.7 pct on China concerns
02/27/2007 [-] US consumer confidence highest in more than five years
02/27/2007 [-] German jobless data expected to fall on economic recovery
02/27/2007 [-] Report sees a fall in house building
02/27/2007 [-] Panel backs end to tax area
02/27/2007 [-] Existing home sales rise, but prices keep falling
02/27/2007 [-] Game unit losses hit Sony profits
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02/27/2007 [-] Wikipedia founder hunts for gold
02/27/2007 [-] Volvo paying US1.3B for Ingersoll Rand's road construction equipment business
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02/27/2007 [-] US durable goods orders plummet
02/27/2007 [-] Japan's Sanyo says may correct past earnings
02/27/2007 [-] SKorea-US free trade pact is golden opportunity Roh
02/27/2007 [-] Dollar slides on US economic concerns
02/27/2007 [-] Market slips as oil gains on Iran tensions
02/27/2007 [-] Market rides metal stocks to counter selling spree
02/27/2007 [-] Royal Mail seeks deregulation of business postal market, 6p rise in stamp prices
02/27/2007 [-] Waste tires now valuable treasures
02/27/2007 [-] Roche, Kosan take cancer drug to phase 2
02/27/2007 [-] Japanese auto exports up in January
02/27/2007 [-] Rosa Parks downtown bus terminal gets builder
02/27/2007 [-] Delphi lost 5.5 billion in 2006
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota to build Miss. SUV plant
02/27/2007 [-] Demand For Big-Ticket Items Down In January
02/27/2007 [-] Wall Street Plummets After Chinese Stocks Take Hit
02/27/2007 [-] RadioShack 4Q Profit Climbs 64
02/27/2007 [-] Metals, oil lead share increases
02/27/2007 [-] Forum Spotlights Country's Readiness To Do Business
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese Stocks Fall Almost 9 Percent
02/27/2007 [-] Batelco spurs business
02/27/2007 [-] EA puts new chief at controls
02/27/2007 [-] VW increases stake in MAN, hopes to guide truck alliance with Scania
02/27/2007 [-] Oil prices fall despite expected decline in U.S. distillate stocks
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese stock prices plunge nearly 9 percent, biggest drop in a decade
02/27/2007 [-] JetBlue cancels 68 flights; bill of rights put to test
02/27/2007 [-] Shanghai exchange falls 9 percent
02/27/2007 [-] DaimlerChrysler forges link up with Chery Motor
02/27/2007 [-] U.S. durable goods plunge 7.8 percent
02/27/2007 [-] AT&T adding 425 jobs Downtown
02/27/2007 [-] Rail Budget Passenger fares cut
02/27/2007 [-] XM Radio narrows loss in Q4 as revenue surges 45 percent
02/27/2007 [-] Macquarie Radio casts net wide in strategy of survival
02/27/2007 [-] XM Radio narrows its loss as revenue surges by 45%
02/27/2007 [-] The Economy Japanese business confidence worsens in February - survey
02/27/2007 [-] Schools Get Down to the Business of BEE And Secure Edge in Executive Education
02/27/2007 [-] Wal-Mart buys 35 per cent stake in Chinese discount market operator
02/27/2007 [-] RadioShack 4th-quarter profit climbs on lower costs as revenue slips
02/27/2007 [-] Volvo paying US1.3B for Ingersoll-Rand's road construction equipment business
02/27/2007 [-] Global automobile output at Toyota and Honda keeps growing
02/27/2007 [-] Paladin Resources makes A1B stock-swap takeover bid for Summit Resources
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese stocks downturn reverberates among western markets
02/27/2007 [-] Atrium's profit jumps 75 pct on acquisitions
02/27/2007 [-] Analysis Formula and death in Botswana
02/27/2007 [-] Analysis 'Governator' targets healthcare
02/27/2007 [-] Britannia sees house market slowing
02/27/2007 [-] Genting's IR project not guaranteed casino licence Home Affairs Ministry
02/27/2007 [-] Latin America More Call Center Business
02/27/2007 [-] WellPoint CEO choice surprises Wall Street
02/27/2007 [-] Judge OKs loan for Church Stree
02/27/2007 [-] Pressure from Icahn spurs 3-way breakup
02/27/2007 [-] Business Objects Unveils Add-Ons For BI Software
02/27/2007 [-] United to void some frequent flier miles
02/27/2007 [-] Securities dealer Graydon Elliott has registration suspended
02/27/2007 [-] Cablevision posts quarterly loss
02/27/2007 [-] January durable goods orders tumble 7.8 percent
02/27/2007 [-] TOP VALLEY TRANSACTIONS
02/27/2007 [-] Mapletree spends S65m to develop warehouses in Malaysia and China
02/27/2007 [-] URA launches white site in Little India for sale by public tender
02/27/2007 [-] Gasoline prices on the rise
02/27/2007 [-] - California gasoline prices jump 8.6 cents
02/27/2007 [-] DCX board OKs plan to build cars with China's Chery
02/27/2007 [-] Gold pauses for breath, off 9-month high
02/27/2007 [-] Did Oscar go from gold to green?
02/27/2007 [-] AOL continues TradeDoubler takeover bid
02/27/2007 [-] Federated 4Q Profit Rises 5 Percent
02/27/2007 [-] Drinking In Profits
02/27/2007 [-] Governor's health care plan touted
02/27/2007 [-] Gap to close Forth & Towne
02/27/2007 [-] Station Casinos OKs buyout
02/27/2007 [-] Texas electric giant buyout gets limited criticism
02/27/2007 [-] Knowledge helps allay tax jitters
02/27/2007 [-] Sex Web site hijacker pleads poverty
02/27/2007 [-] Plea deal in MySpace extortion case
02/27/2007 [-] EA brings former exec back to the fold
02/27/2007 [-] Fear of stock market correction drives key averages lower
02/27/2007 [-] EPA posts revised mileage estimates online
02/27/2007 [-] Shareholders target executive pay
02/27/2007 [-] Two drugs could hold off AIDS
02/27/2007 [-] Intel plans investment in N.M. chip plant
02/27/2007 [-] He looted Sex.com, but now he's broke
02/27/2007 [-] EU starts court case against Germany over law favoring Deutsche Telekom
02/27/2007 [-] Academy Awards ads routed Super Bowl's
02/27/2007 [-] Internet renegades go by the book
02/27/2007 [-] 'Equity bridges,' used in Texas buyout, can be risky for lenders
02/27/2007 [-] After the cheering dies down, will the TXU promises be kept?
02/27/2007 [-] Venezuela nationalizes Orinoco oil fields
02/27/2007 [-] Hong Kong accounting firm is charged by SEC with insider trading
02/27/2007 [-] Chrysler reportedly wants to expand ties with Chinese automaker.
02/27/2007 [-] Congressional audit questions 15 billion Boeing contract
02/27/2007 [-] The mystery of the vanishing bees
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese stocks drop sharply
02/27/2007 [-] Wal-Mart buys 35% of China retail chain
02/27/2007 [-] Comcast Corp. tops Boston Business Journal's 2nd annual 'Best Places to Work'
02/27/2007 [-] Companies will share in 22.5 million for tech work
02/27/2007 [-] Toyota to built new SUV plant in Mississippi
02/27/2007 [-] DaimlerChrysler Board OKs Chery Deal
02/27/2007 [-] Delphi Losses Widen in 4Q, All of 2006
02/27/2007 [-] Oil falls 1 after China stocks plunge
02/27/2007 [-] Hutchison keeps on bleeding
02/27/2007 [-] Brazilian move into local coal
02/27/2007 [-] Westfield unlikely to top 5.6b year
02/27/2007 [-] Flight Centre privatisation crashes as Lazards bales out
02/27/2007 [-] Woolies may buy Coles bits
02/27/2007 [-] CBS Posts Profit of 335M in 4th Quarter
02/27/2007 [-] Harrah's Posts Earnings of 47.6M in 4Q
02/27/2007 [-] Demand for Big-Ticket Items Down in Jan.
02/27/2007 [-] New Creature a finalist for business award
02/27/2007 [-] Pipeline Already Boosting Wyo. Gas Price
02/27/2007 [-] IBM software unit expects bumper year
02/27/2007 [-] IDS Scheer, Microsoft form partnership for business process management software
02/27/2007 [-] New York snow gives JetBlue cancellation policy its first chance to work
02/27/2007 [-] Small is not quite so beautiful in Melbourne
02/27/2007 [-] South-east propped up 2004 income list
02/27/2007 [-] 1.2m in unclaimed prize bonds
02/27/2007 [-] Aer Lingus Labour Court talks start
02/27/2007 [-] United Drug upbeat on 2007 outlook
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese automaker won't comment on Chrysler speculation
02/27/2007 [-] Multicar accident backs up I-696
02/27/2007 [-] Online Store Offers Stylish Business Casual Clothing
02/27/2007 [-] Iraqi business restoration progressing
02/27/2007 [-] Q-Comm buys Wis. fiber operator
02/27/2007 [-] Texas utility in 32 billion buyout
02/27/2007 [-] Daimler mulls a stock swap for stake in GM
02/27/2007 [-] GAO wants to reopen bidding for helicopters
02/27/2007 [-] Gas prices rise 4th straight week
02/27/2007 [-] Paint store moving to Fairview
02/27/2007 [-] British oil firm to return cash from Indian floatation
02/27/2007 [-] Wal-Mart's Asda could bid for Sainsbury report
02/27/2007 [-] Oil prices rise as Iran rhetoric heats up
02/27/2007 [-] Iberia posts lower full-year profit due to fuel costs
02/27/2007 [-] Magna earnings fall 65 percent; dividend cut
02/27/2007 [-] Sanyo may correct reports after irregularities
02/27/2007 [-] German inflation steady in February regional data
02/27/2007 [-] Record money supply increases prospect of ECB rate rise
02/27/2007 [-] Chrysler Speculation Keeps Swirling
02/27/2007 [-] Travelers Completes Deal For Umbrella
02/27/2007 [-] Credit union president recounts moving business into computer age
02/27/2007 [-] More food recalls; fewer inspectors amid more food recalls
02/27/2007 [-] Auto supplier Magna reports lower profits
02/27/2007 [-] VW boosts stake in MAN truckmaker
02/27/2007 [-] China to increase use of renewable energies
02/27/2007 [-] Saudi businesswomen hail small steps forward
02/27/2007 [-] The future of business networking Viadeo launches in the UK
02/27/2007 [-] Italy to host Mediterranean, Gulf businesswomen symposium
02/27/2007 [-] bVideo/b Dark Side Of Diamonds
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks fall on worries about oil prices, economic growth
02/27/2007 [-] Ravens hit business books in offseason
02/27/2007 [-] New use OKd for Lilly drug Cymbalta
02/27/2007 [-] WellPoint promotes woman to be new CEO
02/27/2007 [-] VW announces 790,000-vehicle recall
02/27/2007 [-] Verizon Wireless wins spammer-
02/27/2007 [-] EDC's Gilley Higher wages necessary to afford housing
02/27/2007 [-] Insurers digest Legislature's recent session
02/27/2007 [-] Lockheed may get 2nd try to win helicopter contract
02/27/2007 [-] Pensions lost in space
02/27/2007 [-] Genetic testing faces legal obstacles, doctors' limited expertise
02/27/2007 [-] Biotech marriage gives birth to Ardea
02/27/2007 [-] Grand Cane business owner misses first repair deadline
02/27/2007 [-] Foreign minister soothes Japanese business community
02/27/2007 [-] Workplace distractions can be good
02/27/2007 [-] Finding marital money bliss
02/27/2007 [-] Texas utility OKs record 32 billion buyout offer
02/27/2007 [-] WellPoint CEO a surprise pick
02/27/2007 [-] Payless, Nike unit pair up for sneaker
02/27/2007 [-] Gap will shutter one spinoff chain
02/27/2007 [-] Recession possible in 2007, Greenspan warns
02/27/2007 [-] Indianapolis Navistar shut by Ford standoff
02/27/2007 [-] Briefs Area banker to boost job efforts
02/27/2007 [-] Industry veteran at Biomet helm
02/27/2007 [-] Reuters Business Summary 1300 GMT 27/02/2007
02/27/2007 [-] Mitac to buy Navman handheld business to buy Navman handheld business
02/27/2007 [-] FTSE weighed down by miners
02/27/2007 [-] Norwegian state pension fund posts return of 7.9 per cent
02/27/2007 [-] German trade with Central Europe hits record high
02/27/2007 [-] SMH only area hospital on a top 50 list
02/27/2007 [-] Liberia Forum Spotlights Country's Readiness To Do Business
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese Stock Index Sees Biggest Drop Since 1997
02/27/2007 [-] DPM Middle East has huge investments and tourism potential
02/27/2007 [-] Dollar falls slightly in Asia ahead of U.S. economic reports
02/27/2007 [-] Record US45b bid for TXU utility includes green pledges
02/27/2007 [-] Kinder Morgan exits retail utility business with Terasen sale
02/27/2007 [-] Utility offers businesses efficiency incentives
02/27/2007 [-] Kinder Morgan exits retail utility business with Terasen sal
02/27/2007 [-] Bank of Russia foreign currency exchange rates for Feb. 28
02/27/2007 [-] China's Great Wall could start auto assembly in Russia
02/27/2007 [-] Asda could bid for Sainsbury
02/27/2007 [-] Developer plans new tower
02/27/2007 [-] Needham or not? Expenses an issue for some
02/27/2007 [-] TXU buy beats Equity Office mark
02/27/2007 [-] Energy giant's takeover leads to green makeover
02/27/2007 [-] Nixon Peabody starts Chicago office by hiring group from Jenkens firm
02/27/2007 [-] Navistar stops Ford work
02/27/2007 [-] Tesla planning 2nd electric car before 1st built
02/27/2007 [-] Insurance broker Hub OKs buyout
02/27/2007 [-] Kraft seeks Ultimate boost
02/27/2007 [-] RadioShack posts higher quarterly profit
02/27/2007 [-] Business loves the Skype hype
02/27/2007 [-] Retailer's value in doubt
02/27/2007 [-] Implications of Kingston Gas closure worry business owners
02/27/2007 [-] Be wary of private equity risks, report warns retail investors
02/27/2007 [-] Connors record beaten, Federer resumes business
02/27/2007 [-] SA business, consumer confidence on rise
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02/27/2007 [-] Businessmen deny nuclear proposal
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02/27/2007 [-] Singapore, Vietnam stock exchanges sign agreement to foster closer ties
02/27/2007 [-] Business as usual for Cachalia
02/27/2007 [-] Bahrain Shows Interest In Islamic Banking, Says Najib
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese Stock Prices Drop Nearly 9 Pct.
02/27/2007 [-] Govt making all efforts to curb inflation PM
02/27/2007 [-] Sensex slips 171 points
02/27/2007 [-] ANZ's National Bank in NZ net profit up
02/27/2007 [-] Merck wins Vioxx trial in Alabama state court
02/27/2007 [-] Technology APPLE POSTPONES LAUNCH OF TV ...
02/27/2007 [-] Short-term T-bill rates steady
02/27/2007 [-] Payless ShoeSource, Nike pair for high-tech sneaker
02/27/2007 [-] Sony reveals reduced-price player for Blu-ray customers
02/27/2007 [-] Analyst's report sends Bio-Rad shares down
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks decline despite merger announcements
02/27/2007 [-] Microsoft buys site focusing on health
02/27/2007 [-] Forever stamp would make add-ons obsolete
02/27/2007 [-] Gap closes Forth & Towne
02/27/2007 [-] TXU agrees to largest private buyout
02/27/2007 [-] BitTorrent to sell movie downloads
02/27/2007 [-] WellPoint promotes Braly to CEO
02/27/2007 [-] Siemens branch to cut Concord jobs
02/27/2007 [-] Texas utility agrees to record buyout
02/27/2007 [-] CRISIS FOR FOOD SAFETY
02/27/2007 [-] What's up with that? The Bears Cocktail Lounge, 220 W. Alma Ave., San Jose
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02/27/2007 [-] Commercial Real Estate Transactions
02/27/2007 [-] N.Y. Habitat for Humanity plans complex in Brooklyn
02/27/2007 [-] Commercial Real Estate News Digest
02/27/2007 [-] S.F. office buildings to be sold, sources say
02/27/2007 [-] S.F. buildings on block
02/27/2007 [-] GREEN GRID
02/27/2007 [-] Microsoft acquires health care search start-up Medstory
02/27/2007 [-] Service combines Web software
02/27/2007 [-] Tech giants join to cut industry's power needs
02/27/2007 [-] EA hires ex-COO as chief executive
02/27/2007 [-] SUN WUKONG China aims to diversify its oil sources
02/27/2007 [-] NZ apple growers begin work on export business plan
02/27/2007 [-] Chinese stocks take largest daily tumble in more than 10 years
02/27/2007 [-] Malta makes formal application for eurozone membership
02/27/2007 [-] Global output of Japan's major automakers grew in January
02/27/2007 [-] Report China's FAW considering buying Chrysler
02/27/2007 [-] Spain's Repsol discovers large oil field in Libya
02/27/2007 [-] M'sian Firms Stand To Gain From Saudi's Economic City Project
02/27/2007 [-] Lucky Plaza to set up medical specialist centre
02/27/2007 [-] Wal-Mart expands Chinese business
02/27/2007 [-] Mega First to finish power plant study ahead of schedule
02/27/2007 [-] Perak police tackle theft of metal parts
02/27/2007 [-] The floods are over in Johor and the tourists are back
02/27/2007 [-] Wichita's mayoral hopefuls court union, business
02/27/2007 [-] Sony heats up DVD war
02/27/2007 [-] Chrysler talks reported
02/27/2007 [-] New storm puts JetBlue's 'bill of rights' to the test
02/27/2007 [-] XM radio narrows loss in 4th quarter
02/27/2007 [-] Treasury-bill rates unchanged
02/27/2007 [-] Utility deal gets green blessing
02/27/2007 [-] Investors press for executive pay votes
02/27/2007 [-] 'Food safety crisis'?
02/27/2007 [-] New cancer center stirs debate
02/27/2007 [-] Is that a frog in your phone?
02/27/2007 [-] Volvo to buy Ingersoll-Rand road unit for 1.3 bln
02/27/2007 [-] Euro slips 0.18 kopeks on MICEX
02/27/2007 [-] Repeal of business-equipment tax introduced
02/27/2007 [-] Tax help sites designated
02/27/2007 [-] Hybrid car sales growth slows as Toyota tax breaks shrink
02/27/2007 [-] NWA mechanics locals in Detroit, Twin Cities merge
02/27/2007 [-] Tuesday Newspaper Review Irish Business News and International Stories
02/27/2007 [-] US winds up probe into North Korea-linked bank in Macau
02/27/2007 [-] Singapore shares plunge 2.29% on profit-taking
02/27/2007 [-] Container shipping firm NOL posts 55% drop in full-year profit
02/27/2007 [-] FTSE dragged down by miners
02/27/2007 [-] BBA Aviation profits jump 24 percent
02/27/2007 [-] GKN shares surge on results
02/27/2007 [-] Avis Europe profit edges up
02/27/2007 [-] South Africa firm buys Wimpy
02/27/2007 [-] StanChart profit boosted by Korea
02/27/2007 [-] Mortgage approvals down in January
02/27/2007 [-] Sanyo may correct financial figures
02/27/2007 [-] Cooler energy eases German prices
02/27/2007 [-] Crucial talks on Aer Lingus row
02/27/2007 [-] Del. tobacco suit dismissal upheld
02/27/2007 [-] British tobacco firm poised to invade US market
02/27/2007 [-] A Texas-size power play unfolds
02/27/2007 [-] Greener Plan For Texas Energy Giant
02/27/2007 [-] 32 billion buyout for Texas energy firm
02/27/2007 [-] Hewlett-Packard buys Oregon software maker that has 117 employees
02/27/2007 [-] Satellite radio company reports revenue spike a week after merger plan
02/27/2007 [-] Davidson 99 index tracks stocks from Western states
02/27/2007 [-] FEDERAL WAY Rival's move lifts Weyerhaeuser shares to highest-ever level
02/27/2007 [-] NEW YORK Purchase of search engine puts Microsoft in health care market
02/27/2007 [-] WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Whole-wheat doughnuts? Krispy Kreme now has them
02/27/2007 [-] SEATTLE Holiday season proves kind to Nordstrom as profit rises
02/27/2007 [-] Turbo, TaxCut both do job
02/27/2007 [-] Take that TV back to Costco now or never
02/27/2007 [-] North Shore project denied
02/27/2007 [-] Welfare reform pushed moms onto other rolls
02/27/2007 [-] 2-cent letter rate hike urged
02/27/2007 [-] Window for Malaysia-U.S. free trade pact closing fast
02/27/2007 [-] Cepco looking at new export markets
02/27/2007 [-] Salcon hopes to double revenue
02/27/2007 [-] Inflation a major concern Survey
02/27/2007 [-] Indian stocks value touches 91.5% of GDP
02/27/2007 [-] More steps to rein in inflation FM
02/27/2007 [-] Domestic savings continue to rise
02/27/2007 [-] GDP growth pegged at 9.2%
02/27/2007 [-] Shin Corp's profit drops 60 per cent in 2006
02/27/2007 [-] New Internet language reflects digital hipness
02/27/2007 [-] Ex-FDA Chief Crawford Faces Sentencing
02/27/2007 [-] Report FAW Group Eyes Stake in Chrysler
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks decline in session
02/27/2007 [-] Cruise's unit at MGM near funding deal
02/27/2007 [-] Combo dishes with caution on the side?
02/27/2007 [-] Full ceramic jacket
02/27/2007 [-] California gasoline prices jump 8.6 cents
02/27/2007 [-] AstraZeneca to eliminate 850 manufacturing jobs in Sweden
02/27/2007 [-] Lean productionThe revolution that transformed car manufacturing
02/27/2007 [-] China's military ordered to deal on the open market
02/27/2007 [-] Broncos post 1.54m net profit for 2006
02/27/2007 [-] Carrefour close to signing deal to enter India's vast retail market
02/27/2007 [-] Major tax changes to superannuation
02/27/2007 [-] Banks' correspondent accounts with CBR decline 3.6 %
02/27/2007 [-] Dollar slips 1.31 kopeks on MICEX
02/27/2007 [-] Trans-Tasman reports loss
02/27/2007 [-] India's HOV Services buys US firm for 148 million dollars
02/27/2007 [-] Businesses hoping for tax relief
02/27/2007 [-] Lilly plans new Xigris trial as part of EU licensing
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks decline amid buyouts
02/27/2007 [-] The call of the wild socially aware ringtone
02/27/2007 [-] Temple-Inland will be divided into 3 companies
02/27/2007 [-] Area homes sales climb 2%
02/27/2007 [-] AT&T plans jobs expansion
02/27/2007 [-] Navistar furloughs 1,200 on Eastside
02/27/2007 [-] Exiting CEO proud of WellPoint's growth
02/27/2007 [-] 'Kontan' business daily makes debut
02/27/2007 [-] Japan eyes first carbon market
02/27/2007 [-] Lorge takes SAP Business One into Botswana
02/27/2007 [-] Carrefour close to signing deal to enter India's vast retail market
02/27/2007 [-] Volvo to buy Ingersoll-Rand road unit for 1.3 bln
02/27/2007 [-] Diabetes drug Byetta approved
02/27/2007 [-] Report Google to open RD center in Singapore
02/27/2007 [-] Germany to get carbon fibre technology in Airbus cuts, report
02/27/2007 [-] Profits soar 23% at REI
02/27/2007 [-] Stocks fall on correction concerns
02/27/2007 [-] Student teams vie to reduce poverty, pollution
02/27/2007 [-] Recession possible, Greenspan says
02/27/2007 [-] Microsoft buys health Web site
02/27/2007 [-] Hybrid sales rise, but not as quickly
02/27/2007 [-] Costco cuts time to make returns
02/27/2007 [-] Airbus restructuring approved after weeklong deadlock
02/27/2007 [-] Light-bulb industry at a 'tipping point'
02/27/2007 [-] Hearst may attempt to prove Times used JOA to hurt P-I
02/27/2007 [-] Environmentalists try on new role in buyouts
02/27/2007 [-] Forth & Towne stores to close as Gap concentrates on its core
02/27/2007 [-] Sharper focus helps Nordstrom
02/27/2007 [-] Agreement signed to supply piped gas to some homes in Sarawak
02/27/2007 [-] HG Metal to build plant with warehouse in Johor
02/27/2007 [-] H-Displays Bhd gets listed
02/27/2007 [-] Wild Oats exec offered raise, bonus to ride out acquisition


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