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05/04/2007 [-] Spotlight Monique Barbut of the UN Global Environment Facility
05/04/2007 [-] Abbott Experimental psoriasis drug cleared skin
05/04/2007 [-] 2 Chicago real estate executives killed in Montana plane crash
05/04/2007 [-] Democrats want voters to take another stab at Ore. land use law
05/04/2007 [-] Appeals court BPA overstepped rate authority
05/04/2007 [-] Union workers' vote will impact Kentucky Ford plant
05/04/2007 [-] Mighty Apple, Inc. is Most Innovative Company of the Year Says BusinessWeek
05/04/2007 [-] Businesses targeted in rash of burglaries
05/04/2007 [-] Climate Plan Arms World for Key Talks
05/04/2007 [-] Pump Prices Hit 3 a Gallon
05/04/2007 [-] Cell companies boost track capacity
05/04/2007 [-] Thomson from small-town newspapers to global data
05/04/2007 [-] Cameco failed to recognize risks at Cigar Lake uranium project, report finds
05/04/2007 [-] EU supports Russia's WTO quest but not at any price
05/04/2007 [-] Sky Business Takes A Look Back At The Week
05/04/2007 [-] Late news Bank offers help for ailing firms
05/04/2007 [-] Luxury goods feel the squeeze as Q1 sales fall
05/04/2007 [-] Heavy industries asked for pollution plans
05/04/2007 [-] Bt10-billion bond issue from PTTEP
05/04/2007 [-] MSCI cuts seven from index
05/04/2007 [-] In brief Debt plan revised
05/04/2007 [-] Amway pledges to double revenues in next 5 years
05/04/2007 [-] Siam City Cement lops 5% off capital
05/04/2007 [-] Best Western lands deal near Suvarnabhumi
05/04/2007 [-] 'Safe farms' in the pipeline
05/04/2007 [-] Locals group together against elephant park
05/04/2007 [-] Sa-nguan gets 2nd term as health boss
05/04/2007 [-] More than 100 police agree to move south
05/04/2007 [-] Apai focuses on workplace
05/04/2007 [-] Teens tune in to ethics
05/04/2007 [-] Chiang Mai Initiative to be discussed
05/04/2007 [-] Model scheme aims to increase GDP
05/04/2007 [-] Neurobiological Technologies, Inc. to Present at the Bio 2007 Business Forum
05/04/2007 [-] Corning ethanol plant opens
05/04/2007 [-] IT is key to future business growth
05/04/2007 [-] Breaking Packard Bell Still in Business, Making GPS Units
05/04/2007 [-] Yeas, nays for Brazil AIDS-drug decision
05/04/2007 [-] New breast cancer-fighting molecule ID'd
05/04/2007 [-] Private equity firms offer €12.8 billion for Altadis
05/04/2007 [-] EADS shareholders take a dividend
05/04/2007 [-] German metal and engineering industry averts a strike
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters and Dow Jones attract buyers in a hot week for "old" media.
05/04/2007 [-] `Business confidence low in Jan-March quarter'
05/04/2007 [-] Disorder decimates state's bees
05/04/2007 [-] BofA sues ABN after court blocks deal to buy LaSalle Bank
05/04/2007 [-] Singapore banking group DBS reports 19 percent rise in Q1 net profit
05/04/2007 [-] EU regulators approve Thomas Cook takeover of MyTravel
05/04/2007 [-] In the Trenches A Native-American Business That Transformed Health Care
05/04/2007 [-] Aon Corp. shares surge on upbeat 1st-quarter performance
05/04/2007 [-] Bank of America sues LaSalle Bank owner ABN Amro
05/04/2007 [-] Taco Bell names new marketing chief
05/04/2007 [-] Oxford BioSignals plans partnership
05/04/2007 [-] Britney Spears Nude Photos
05/04/2007 [-] Mutual funds becoming shareholder activists
05/04/2007 [-] Xuzhou Project Sold BRIEFLY BUSINESS ASIA By Bloomberg
05/04/2007 [-] Yahoo stock up on Microsoft speculation
05/04/2007 [-] FTSE closes up at 6603.7
05/04/2007 [-] Australia's central bank cuts inflation forecast
05/04/2007 [-] Fairfax Financial nervous about financial risks, sees slower insurance sales
05/04/2007 [-] TD Banknorth moving some jobs to Canada, bank tells data centre workers
05/04/2007 [-] Union reports progress in TVNZ talks
05/04/2007 [-] Stocks flat as gains trimmed
05/04/2007 [-] SLIDESHOW Fire rips through Tangent business
05/04/2007 [-] Eircom names new Meteor chief
05/04/2007 [-] Bank of America sues over sale plan
05/04/2007 [-] Developer plans office, retail complex in Pembroke Pines
05/04/2007 [-] Low-income families Lenders steered us to high-risk mortgages we couldn't afford
05/04/2007 [-] Banker arrested in securities fraud case
05/04/2007 [-] Canada's Thomson Corp. in talks to buy Reuters report
05/04/2007 [-] US labor market sputters as 88,000 jobs added
05/04/2007 [-] SKorea expects great benefits from FTA with EU
05/04/2007 [-] Maxis nears offer price as brokers advise acceptance
05/04/2007 [-] Security World eEye expands its business operations
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05/04/2007 [-] If Ford gets truck plant savings, Super Duty will stay
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05/04/2007 [-] AGL confirms interest in AlintaAGL retail
05/04/2007 [-] PM giving in to scare campaign business
05/04/2007 [-] HILLARY'S MOTHER-F'ING TOUR BUSINESS
05/04/2007 [-] Few takers at Repower for Indian takeover bid
05/04/2007 [-] Yahoo shares rise on word of 50-billion-dollar Microsoft offer
05/04/2007 [-] Arab economic forum in Beirut discusses financial reforms
05/04/2007 [-] KBR 1st-Quarter Earnings Rise 7.7 P
05/04/2007 [-] Stocks Lose Steam After Takeover News
05/04/2007 [-] Stocks Mixed In Midday Trading
05/04/2007 [-] Imported diamonds to cost less
05/04/2007 [-] Dispute developes between skydivers, Creswell
05/04/2007 [-] Ore. Senate approves state 'Do Not Call' enforcement
05/04/2007 [-] Cell phones and small businesses could be added to no call list
05/04/2007 [-] ABN says working with RBS, to talk on deal
05/04/2007 [-] Hiring rate slows but job market remains tight
05/04/2007 [-] Zoltek stock up sharply after strong sales
05/04/2007 [-] New chips will make computers, mobile phones faster, IBM says
05/04/2007 [-] Microsoft said to be in talks with Yahoo about possible merger
05/04/2007 [-] Peeking under the surface of globalization
05/04/2007 [-] Oliver Stone's Anti-War Ad
05/04/2007 [-] Building conference expected to draw 18,000
05/04/2007 [-] Harris gets Army radio contract
05/04/2007 [-] FTC looking at Schering-Plough acquisition
05/04/2007 [-] PTC sees positive data in trial of MD drug
05/04/2007 [-] Abbott's psoriasis drug shows promise
05/04/2007 [-] Analysis Antidepressants to weather storm
05/04/2007 [-] Senate stalls on FDA bill
05/04/2007 [-] FROM THE BOUNDARY It is business as usual for Windies
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters gets tentative takeover offer
05/04/2007 [-] Greg Palast Hillarys Mother-Fing Tour Business
05/04/2007 [-] Zipcar will drop XM radio from its autos
05/04/2007 [-] Four business leaders elected to top spots on CSU system board
05/04/2007 [-] FTSE leaps in M&A flurry
05/04/2007 [-] Chicago businessmen die in plane crash
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters says it received takeover bid
05/04/2007 [-] Weyerhaeuser may sell packaging and recycling unit
05/04/2007 [-] Yahoo shares up on Microsoft talk
05/04/2007 [-] Gasoline prices hit 3 as refiners strain
05/04/2007 [-] Hugo Chavez Threatens To Nationalize Banks
05/04/2007 [-] Payrolls Grow By 88K, Jobless Rate Rises
05/04/2007 [-] RAO UES net profit down 80% in 1Q07 to 110 million
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters Approached About a Takeover
05/04/2007 [-] Jobs Report Is Weaker Than Expected
05/04/2007 [-] Barton & Loguidice opens local office
05/04/2007 [-] U.S. stocks rise above weak jobs report
05/04/2007 [-] Ahead of the Bell QLogic slides
05/04/2007 [-] Tech exec Ellick to lead Idaho Commerce
05/04/2007 [-] Tech exec Ellick to lead Idaho Dept. of Commerce
05/04/2007 [-] Gas junkies keep on pumping
05/04/2007 [-] Mediacom lost 18,000 customers in 1st quarter
05/04/2007 [-] Pensions group seeks rescue review
05/04/2007 [-] Homeowners face eviction threat
05/04/2007 [-] Japan To Iron Out Bilateral Issues With CLMV, Sign AJCEP This Year
05/04/2007 [-] MA, jobs data boost Wall Street
05/04/2007 [-] Czech businesses courting Russia
05/04/2007 [-] Bonds pick up speed
05/04/2007 [-] Rand firms on dollar
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05/04/2007 [-] Microsoft eyeing Yahoo deal reports
05/04/2007 [-] ComReg Eircom deal 'boost for broadband'
05/04/2007 [-] Leeds Utd call in administrators
05/04/2007 [-] Yahoo shares soar on bid rumours
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters confirms preliminary approach from possible takeover suitor
05/04/2007 [-] Murdoch must win over Bancrofts in effort to buy Wall Street Journal owner
05/04/2007 [-] Unemployment rate edges up to 4.5 percent in April
05/04/2007 [-] Weyerhaeuser swings to a first-quarter profit on Domtar transaction
05/04/2007 [-] Starbucks earnings increase 18 percent; company nears pact with Ethiopia
05/04/2007 [-] Proposal gives automakers until 2020 to hit 35 m.p.g
05/04/2007 [-] HILLARYS MOTHER-FING TOUR BUSINESS
05/04/2007 [-] Starbucks reaches deal with Ethiopia
05/04/2007 [-] Mobility Electronics taps sales veteran as new CEO
05/04/2007 [-] ADB meets amid warnings on rich-poor gap, pollution
05/04/2007 [-] Shareholders scuttle Qantas takeover bid
05/04/2007 [-] Oxford BioSignals to announce partnership
05/04/2007 [-] BCOC boss starts business
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05/04/2007 [-] Internet fuels protest against rising gas prices
05/04/2007 [-] Bluegreen posts profit for the quarter
05/04/2007 [-] Artisan distilleries are the new toasts of Oregon
05/04/2007 [-] HealthEssentials creditors seek cash
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters Confirms Preliminary Takeover Talks
05/04/2007 [-] Personal insolvencies hit record
05/04/2007 [-] EMI shares up 8 percent on bids
05/04/2007 [-] Icahn wins support in Motorola seat bid
05/04/2007 [-] Microsoft weighs second 50bn tilt at Yahoo!
05/04/2007 [-] Video Murdoch's Bid Why Now?
05/04/2007 [-] A Jolt Of Support
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05/04/2007 [-] Reports say Microsoft seeking possible buyout talks with Yahoo
05/04/2007 [-] Dollar steady after weak U.S. data, bonds up
05/04/2007 [-] Stocks at record high after US jobs data
05/04/2007 [-] Qantas shareholders shoot down takeover bid
05/04/2007 [-] Oil prices ending week higher
05/04/2007 [-] EADS shareholders sit down for tense general assembly
05/04/2007 [-] CLIMATE CHANGE More Business If Not Cleaner Air
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05/04/2007 [-] 11.1b Qantas grab fails
05/04/2007 [-] Alba Therapeutics Corporation to Present at the BIO 2007 Business Forum
05/04/2007 [-] Reports Microsoft seeks buyout talks with Yahoo
05/04/2007 [-] Altadis bid may spark bidding war
05/04/2007 [-] Leeds Utd calls in administrators
05/04/2007 [-] Why Go Big?
05/04/2007 [-] Homeowners see no change in home values survey
05/04/2007 [-] Kodak posts disappointing quarterly loss
05/04/2007 [-] Wall Street up on deal news, jobs data
05/04/2007 [-] Early Morning Business Headlines
05/04/2007 [-] Microsoft mulls Yahoo buyout Reports
05/04/2007 [-] Union to call strike ballot in German telecoms dispute
05/04/2007 [-] Nokia Siemens Networks to cut jobs
05/04/2007 [-] US economy adds nearly 90,000 jobs
05/04/2007 [-] German engineering workers in deal; trouble at Telekom
05/04/2007 [-] U.S. stocks rise on merger talk
05/04/2007 [-] Bottled water, bottled water everywhere
05/04/2007 [-] Unemployment rate edges up
05/04/2007 [-] Weyerhaeuser swings to a 1Q profit
05/04/2007 [-] Tax credits draw feature film
05/04/2007 [-] Fire alarm signals time on Robbs
05/04/2007 [-] Microsoft seeking to buy Yahoo, reports say
05/04/2007 [-] Job applicants seek edge with video resumes
05/04/2007 [-] S&P 500 grabs limelight as it surpasses March 2000 high
05/04/2007 [-] Reports Microsoft seeks possible buyout talks with Yahoo
05/04/2007 [-] Russian leaps after look at LionOre
05/04/2007 [-] I'll take good care of Wall Street Journal Murdoch
05/04/2007 [-] Hutchison's 2.85b issue OK'd
05/04/2007 [-] Qantas in chaos as bid rejected
05/04/2007 [-] It's their store now
05/04/2007 [-] Pizzeria Promotes Heroism In Approach, Uniforms
05/04/2007 [-] Galactice Pizza busy saving the world
05/04/2007 [-] New Achievements in Business May 4
05/04/2007 [-] Researches say tax credits would help business
05/04/2007 [-] QA on gasoline
05/04/2007 [-] Senate committee OKs bill to cut gasoline consumption
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters gets a takeover offer
05/04/2007 [-] Microsoft and Yahoo are reportedly an item
05/04/2007 [-] Exports of plants may go as usual
05/04/2007 [-] Credit Suisse banker charged with insider trading
05/04/2007 [-] Hawai'i No. 1 in workers tied to international trade
05/04/2007 [-] Opexa Therapeutics to Present at BIO 2007 Business Forum
05/04/2007 [-] Qantas takeover bid hangs in the balance
05/04/2007 [-] Investment banker for Credit Suisse arrested for insider trading
05/04/2007 [-] Italy grappling with reality of TV culture
05/04/2007 [-] Lone Star limbo for the 'NatWest 3'
05/04/2007 [-] For new BP chief, a company to repair
05/04/2007 [-] ABN AMRO's sale of LaSalle blocked by a Dutch court
05/04/2007 [-] German industrial union, employers agree to 4.1 wage increase
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters said to get takeover approach from Thomson
05/04/2007 [-] 88,000 new jobs reported in April
05/04/2007 [-] The Phone Call That Could Completely Transform Your Business
05/04/2007 [-] Surge in factory orders means manufacturing slowdown ending, analysts suggest
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters hit by weak dollar
05/04/2007 [-] CVC trumps Imperial with euro;13bn Altadis bid
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters reports possible bid
05/04/2007 [-] Court ruling hits Barclays
05/04/2007 [-] '3bn bid' for EMI
05/04/2007 [-] Chinese plant rolls out first MG
05/04/2007 [-] Pet food contaminant common in China
05/04/2007 [-] Murdoch pledges editorial noninterference for Wall Street Journal
05/04/2007 [-] High-end cyclemaker zooms into Hamilton Co.
05/04/2007 [-] Merger talks lift stocks
05/04/2007 [-] Enerplus Resources Fund Q1 profit falls to 107.9M from year-earlier 127.3M
05/04/2007 [-] Eastman Kodak Co. posts narrower Q1 loss of US153 million
05/04/2007 [-] BNN reports death of TV journalist Jim O'Connell, cancer detected in February
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters Group PLC confirms takeover suitor, analyst fingers Thomson
05/04/2007 [-] Bank of Canada governor says adjustment problems of high dollar worth it
05/04/2007 [-] US. unemployment rate edges up to 4.5% in April as job growth slows
05/04/2007 [-] Dollar wanes before US jobs data
05/04/2007 [-] Nokia Siemens Networks to cut 9,000 jobs worldwide, as planned
05/04/2007 [-] Dollar rise has helped Canada growth, inflation Dodge
05/04/2007 [-] US adds 88,000 jobs in April
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters soars on approach, Thomson seen as bidder
05/04/2007 [-] Investors question executives
05/04/2007 [-] Aquila sale price a fair deal?
05/04/2007 [-] Asian shares close higher on Wall St record, higher metal prices
05/04/2007 [-] Unemployment rate hits 4.5 percent
05/04/2007 [-] India's Wockhardt acquires French pharma company Negma Lerads
05/04/2007 [-] Qantas deal scuppered after shareholders baulk
05/04/2007 [-] Beer and wine 'stroll' May 18 in downtown Fort Pierce
05/04/2007 [-] Beer and wine 'stroll'
05/04/2007 [-] PRESS UK court throws out Israeli businessman's suit vs Deripaska
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters Confirms Takeover Suitor
05/04/2007 [-] S&P 500 hits 6-year high; Dow's close sets record
05/04/2007 [-] Delta shares don't soar on first day
05/04/2007 [-] Costco is planning to sell Martha Stewart food line
05/04/2007 [-] U.S. barely a blip at show
05/04/2007 [-] Lagardere Drastic measures for Airbus
05/04/2007 [-] Arab bourses receive backing from first quarter earnings
05/04/2007 [-] Chrysler sales surge outside North America
05/04/2007 [-] ATT unveils calling plan to Cuba
05/04/2007 [-] Record number of people go bust
05/04/2007 [-] Oregon Business magazine event honors best big, small companies to work for
05/04/2007 [-] Nike will open Tennessee distribution site
05/04/2007 [-] Deals abound at two closing CompUSA stores
05/04/2007 [-] BPA Snake River dam removal would cost 400 to 550 million
05/04/2007 [-] Navistar alleges Ford plans to bail
05/04/2007 [-] Cummins to close Ga. manufacturing site
05/04/2007 [-] Nearly half households need two salaries
05/04/2007 [-] Suitors eye music group EMI
05/04/2007 [-] United boosts airfares, but rival carriers don't follow suit
05/04/2007 [-] Chávez threatens to nationalize supermarkets
05/04/2007 [-] Business buzz
05/04/2007 [-] United American Healthcare records third-quarter loss
05/04/2007 [-] Business news briefs
05/04/2007 [-] Futures gain on Yahoo report, jobs data eyed
05/04/2007 [-] Absa banks on small business BEE
05/04/2007 [-] Treasury chief China must act on currency
05/04/2007 [-] First Choice may sell Irish businesses
05/04/2007 [-] 5-hotel cluster eyed for Indiana
05/04/2007 [-] WisBusiness Doyle's Energy, Global Warming Plans Draw Mixed Response
05/04/2007 [-] Japanese scientists make key step toward developing quantum computer
05/04/2007 [-] Shareholders scuttle Qantas takeover
05/04/2007 [-] 6 million Dixie Chopper to be on display Saturday
05/04/2007 [-] Martinsville Goodwill Store opens
05/04/2007 [-] Global signals positive, North American markets at record highs before job news
05/04/2007 [-] One in ten lie to insurance company Admiral
05/04/2007 [-] New trade talks between EU and Southeast Asia
05/04/2007 [-] United Drug buys UK niche provider
05/04/2007 [-] Euro service sector slows slightly
05/04/2007 [-] April Live Register number edged up
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters shares soar on takeover approach
05/04/2007 [-] NUJ backs new Independent deal
05/04/2007 [-] Takeover talk buoys Reuters
05/04/2007 [-] Asia boost for French drinks firm
05/04/2007 [-] Financial markets
05/04/2007 [-] Young businessmen on a lunch break in Tokyo
05/04/2007 [-] Singapore shares set another new closing high
05/04/2007 [-] IT a blessing but sometimes, an unlikely curse experts
05/04/2007 [-] Industrial values, rents to post good growth in 2007 analysts
05/04/2007 [-] From backwater to textile powerhouse
05/04/2007 [-] 11.1 billion Qantas grab fails
05/04/2007 [-] Bonds weaken a tad
05/04/2007 [-] JSE remains firm
05/04/2007 [-] Congressman floats water energy bill
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters shares rise on news of takeover offer
05/04/2007 [-] Bicycle business rolls on amid high gas prices
05/04/2007 [-] Spending less isn't the same as saving money
05/04/2007 [-] S&P 500 more closely linked to many investors than Dow
05/04/2007 [-] GMAC losses pull GM profits down 90%
05/04/2007 [-] Wage growth slows sharply, productivity edges ahead
05/04/2007 [-] Ratings cut on bonds tied to subprimes
05/04/2007 [-] New Century lays off 2,000
05/04/2007 [-] S&P 500 back in 1,500 territory
05/04/2007 [-] The shipping news
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05/04/2007 [-] Route 95 back open for business
05/04/2007 [-] Kodak posts smaller quarterly loss
05/04/2007 [-] Besieged board agrees to open the books
05/04/2007 [-] Bally Total Fitness must lift debt weight off books
05/04/2007 [-] DNA defect tied to coronary risk
05/04/2007 [-] TransCreditBank floats 350 million worth of Eurobonds
05/04/2007 [-] Hindalco Q4 net up 15%
05/04/2007 [-] Pharma regulator on the anvil
05/04/2007 [-] Hovnanian sees larger second-quarter loss
05/04/2007 [-] EMI reveals 'number' of takeover approaches
05/04/2007 [-] Nokia Siemens Networks to cut 9,000 jobs by 2010
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters emerges as takeover target after Dow Jones bid
05/04/2007 [-] Emirates Airline increases profit
05/04/2007 [-] LG Electronics to double mobile phone sales this year
05/04/2007 [-] Fraser and Neave investing US100m in new plant
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05/04/2007 [-] TXU to call power generation businesses Luminant
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters confirms it has become takeover target
05/04/2007 [-] Ameristar Casinos first-quarter profit rises
05/04/2007 [-] BILL'S HARD DRIVE
05/04/2007 [-] ION APPROVES NBC SALE AMID UNREST
05/04/2007 [-] BIOVAIL IN LEGAL WRANGLE
05/04/2007 [-] PRODUCTIVITY GAINS LIFT SP OVER 1,500
05/04/2007 [-] SUBPRIME FALLOUT
05/04/2007 [-] 'BIG SKIM' NOTICED SEC WELLS WARNING
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05/04/2007 [-] CBS FALLS SHORT ON QUARTERLY EARNINGS
05/04/2007 [-] INVESTORS UNHAPPY WITH CABLEVISION BID
05/04/2007 [-] MARTHA'S RED INK HITS 11.9M
05/04/2007 [-] CSFB BANKER FACES CHARGE
05/04/2007 [-] BIDDING GETS ENTHUSIASTIC
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05/04/2007 [-] Bahama Breeze closes; owner cites location
05/04/2007 [-] France's Total sees first quarter profit down 11 percent
05/04/2007 [-] Oil prices at US63 a barrel; market shrugs off news of Nigerian kidnappings
05/04/2007 [-] CVRD's Q1 profit soars 131% on Inco acquisition, high ore, nickel prices
05/04/2007 [-] Theatre operator AMC Entertainment suspends IPO
05/04/2007 [-] Bidder says Qantas takeover on 'knife edge' as deadline looms
05/04/2007 [-] Many households 'need two salaries'
05/04/2007 [-] Turkmenistan open to business
05/04/2007 [-] Rand a tad softer
05/04/2007 [-] Still struggling with loan woes, Coast posts a 2.4 million loss
05/04/2007 [-] PGT manages to squeeze out a small profit
05/04/2007 [-] Jilted developer demands city pay
05/04/2007 [-] Dollar rises 4.03 kopeks on MICEX
05/04/2007 [-] Russia's Pharmstandard holds 880 mln IPO
05/04/2007 [-] Bank of Russia foreign currency exchange rates for May 5
05/04/2007 [-] Starbucks brews a big quarter
05/04/2007 [-] Earnings shock hits shares of OfficeMax
05/04/2007 [-] Old Republic feels housing slump
05/04/2007 [-] Swedish firm to acquire Ipsco
05/04/2007 [-] Agreeing on financial literacy is the easy part
05/04/2007 [-] Equity style box loses importance among investors
05/04/2007 [-] Former governor doesn't waver
05/04/2007 [-] For CelebTV, exposure is name of game
05/04/2007 [-] Andrew reports loss; stock jumps
05/04/2007 [-] LaSalle fate far from clear
05/04/2007 [-] FTSE up on flurry of M&A activity
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters shares soar on bid approach
05/04/2007 [-] Monthly sales mixed at Darden
05/04/2007 [-] Higher room rates bring in resort taxes
05/04/2007 [-] Show changes flight plan from Big Easy to Orlando
05/04/2007 [-] UCF names new laser institute after Charles Townes
05/04/2007 [-] New homes' lack of buyers 'troublesome'
05/04/2007 [-] Venezuela threatens to nationalize banks, steel
05/04/2007 [-] Gold Fields concerned about costs
05/04/2007 [-] London ETF accumulates 6051 ounces of platinum
05/04/2007 [-] Insolvency hits new record
05/04/2007 [-] Inside Entrepreneurship Be wary of investor who wants to be CEO
05/04/2007 [-] Dow Jones directors sidestep 5bn bid by News Corp
05/04/2007 [-] German cement firm eyes Hanson
05/04/2007 [-] Further Kia losses on higher won
05/04/2007 [-] Qantas takeover 'on a knife-edge'
05/04/2007 [-] Michigan Senate approves business tax plan
05/04/2007 [-] Qatar mulls importing rice from Uruguay
05/04/2007 [-] Guyana rules Jamaica rice market
05/04/2007 [-] API caught up in health sector crossfire
05/04/2007 [-] SEZs are turning into land scam Bajaj
05/04/2007 [-] Ashok Leyland Q4 net at Rs 171 cr
05/04/2007 [-] IT department faces staff shortage
05/04/2007 [-] Earnings Roundup Starbucks' cup overflowing as profits soar 18%
05/04/2007 [-] Dutch court freezes ABN Amro sale of Chicago bank
05/04/2007 [-] Briefs Restaurant owner files bankruptcy
05/04/2007 [-] GM profits plummet after mortgage loss
05/04/2007 [-] Honeybee die-off threatens crops
05/04/2007 [-] Delta resumes trading below initial estimate
05/04/2007 [-] S&P 500 inches near record
05/04/2007 [-] Productivity, wages slow
05/04/2007 [-] Tech Test Picture not pretty with Apple TV
05/04/2007 [-] Talking among themselves
05/04/2007 [-] 9 practices create malpractice firm
05/04/2007 [-] Orthopedic supplier profit slump persists
05/04/2007 [-] Coast spas recall over faulty parts
05/04/2007 [-] Vera fans bag their limit
05/04/2007 [-] Retail to refresh Broadway corner
05/04/2007 [-] Dutch union fears major job losses if ABN AMRO bank is split-up
05/04/2007 [-] Madagascar gold boom
05/04/2007 [-] China claims major oil field find
05/04/2007 [-] Number going bust hits new high
05/04/2007 [-] Reuters gets bid approach, shares soar
05/04/2007 [-] Quinceanera at Disney Coming-of-age Parties Now Offered for Hispanic Girls
05/04/2007 [-] Hispanic businessman honored
05/04/2007 [-] Myanmar to grant more jade mining blocks to local businesses
05/04/2007 [-] Michigan Business Review
05/04/2007 [-] Shame on MPs for making Doan's on-ice behaviour their business
05/04/2007 [-] BusinessWatch Announces 2006 Most Frequently Read Business Articles by HR, Finance, Tech, Executive
05/04/2007 [-] UCI business school to serve undergraduates
05/04/2007 [-] GM's auto business bounces back a bit
05/04/2007 [-] Wolfowitz blames World Bank rules
05/04/2007 [-] Banks Fail Customers Over Rates
05/04/2007 [-] Venezuela's Chavez threatens to nationalize nation's banks
05/04/2007 [-] 'Free' chat lines cost Qwest
05/04/2007 [-] Oil prices firm in Asia
05/04/2007 [-] Rand soft on Mboweni remarks
05/04/2007 [-] Singapore-Norway shipyard in Vietnam wins US250m contract
05/04/2007 [-] OPEC crude oil prices fall again
05/04/2007 [-] Better Business Bureau's Barnett keeps ship sailing straight
05/04/2007 [-] Reported pet deaths at 8,500, FDA says
05/04/2007 [-] Ogilvy Wins Holden Business
05/04/2007 [-] RFG launches bid for Brumby's Bakeries
05/04/2007 [-] Veterinary product company now expects loss
05/04/2007 [-] JSE strong on resources
05/04/2007 [-] Automakers hurt by weak housing market
05/04/2007 [-] - Automakers hurt by weak housing market
05/04/2007 [-] ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS IncludesCoal remains power source in climate ch
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05/04/2007 [-] Businessman sues Huntington for ethanol study
05/04/2007 [-] Judge bars genetically modified alfalfa
05/04/2007 [-] Neurocrine Biosciences posts 1Q loss
05/04/2007 [-] Biotech party revs up
05/04/2007 [-] Costco to add Martha Stewart foods
05/04/2007 [-] Wild ride for Amazon investors
05/04/2007 [-] Enthusiasm extends Dow's rally
05/04/2007 [-] Productivity and wage gains slow; inflation lid seen
05/04/2007 [-] NW corporate results Captaris, Coinstar
05/04/2007 [-] A sip of something stronger Distillery startups catch on
05/04/2007 [-] Investors cheer as S&P 500 hits 1,500
05/04/2007 [-] Cyberfraud targets hotels, cafes
05/04/2007 [-] New drinks, more stores perk up Starbucks profit
05/04/2007 [-] Reynolds fined for recycling practices
05/04/2007 [-] Delta CEO buys stock as new shares roll out
05/04/2007 [-] Stock market turns volatile
05/04/2007 [-] Stocks end the week with another record
05/04/2007 [-] GM profit falls 90%; mortgage unit cited
05/04/2007 [-] Starbucks Q2 profit up 18%
05/04/2007 [-] DCB reports turnaround performance
05/04/2007 [-] Inflation falls to 5.77%
05/04/2007 [-] Google again lists Belgian newspapers
05/04/2007 [-] Debut of new Delta stock fails to rise to the occasion
05/04/2007 [-] FREEP INSIDER READER COMMENTS Business expansion draws reaction
05/04/2007 [-] Court ruling delays the sale of LaSalle Bank
05/04/2007 [-] People making news
05/04/2007 [-] DTE chief lists challenges
05/04/2007 [-] Toyota's success a boost to lean style
05/04/2007 [-] ASC files for bankruptcy protection
05/04/2007 [-] GM has a profit, but faces challenge
05/04/2007 [-] More groups voice concern about DMC campus bid
05/04/2007 [-] EDUCATION Karmanos still considering possible move
05/04/2007 [-] Automakers make some progress in fuel economy
05/04/2007 [-] 70-million plan aims to propel the region
05/04/2007 [-] Bonds strong on short covering
05/04/2007 [-] Rand remains firm
05/04/2007 [-] M3 acceleration slows
05/04/2007 [-] AngloGold headline earnings rocket
05/04/2007 [-] Telecoms group Telenor reports lower first quarter net profit
05/04/2007 [-] Stapleton getting Stewart homes
05/04/2007 [-] For brewers, taste is the test of a good beer
05/04/2007 [-] Crocs' profit in 1st quarter quadruples
05/04/2007 [-] Loss of financial arm affects GM
05/04/2007 [-] Business briefs, May 4
05/04/2007 [-] Frontier to quit L.A.- San Francisco route
05/04/2007 [-] Sex Workers Managed Bank Makes Rs 9 cr. business
05/04/2007 [-] Property owners feel pain in Spain
05/04/2007 [-] UK's "huge shift" in working hours
05/04/2007 [-] Oil Search admits to tough year in 2006
05/04/2007 [-] Florida's media business gets incentives to grow
05/04/2007 [-] University Bridge is back in business
05/04/2007 [-] Microsoft to launch mobile ads
05/04/2007 [-] Philippine business welcomes Texas Instruments expansion
05/04/2007 [-] Next venture from Martha Stewart Groceries
05/04/2007 [-] For new chief, BP's problems range from rusted pipes to a tarnished image
05/04/2007 [-] Oppenheimer tops bond-fund rankings with bet on Brazilian currency
05/04/2007 [-] Top earnings reports from Europe
05/04/2007 [-] Averted refinery strike in Belgium lowers oil
05/04/2007 [-] Dollar rises against euro and yen
05/04/2007 [-] S&P tops 1,500 points, paced by phone stocks
05/04/2007 [-] Computer scientists working on machines that can match Wall Street traders
05/04/2007 [-] Russian nickel producer makes play for Canadian rival
05/04/2007 [-] European electricity prices could rise to record levels this summer
05/04/2007 [-] Chemicals and refining lift profit at Shell
05/04/2007 [-] UBS profit dragged down 7%
05/04/2007 [-] Relm radios in two-way agreement
05/04/2007 [-] 'IVillage' seeks edgier content
05/04/2007 [-] Harris' contract may hit 422M
05/04/2007 [-] Golf icon sets up on old landfill
05/04/2007 [-] Qantas takeover 'on a knife edge'
05/04/2007 [-] EMI suitors 'circling over bid'
05/04/2007 [-] GM confirms talks about Allison Transmission sale
05/04/2007 [-] What's driving your insurance rate?
05/04/2007 [-] Buying up stamp a sticky proposition
05/04/2007 [-] Should I put my teenage son or daughter on my car insurance policy?
05/04/2007 [-] Gas prices skyrocket in a blink of the eye
05/04/2007 [-] Student loans probe widens to alumni groups
05/04/2007 [-] Data thieves lurk in innocent sites
05/04/2007 [-] S&P's climb rings truer for investors
05/04/2007 [-] New rates for postage may pinch businesses
05/04/2007 [-] Canal development was a work in progress
05/04/2007 [-] Murdoch would brand business channel with WSJ
05/04/2007 [-] Morning business news May 4
05/04/2007 [-] Multiple approaches for music company EMI
05/04/2007 [-] First Active customers to be refunded
05/04/2007 [-] Property uncertainty hits the stock market
05/04/2007 [-] Market flat after results fall
05/04/2007 [-] AT&T has new rate to Cuba 75 cents
05/04/2007 [-] Investors remain skeptical about Nabi
05/04/2007 [-] nabi stock
05/04/2007 [-] BofA to push LaSalle purchase
05/04/2007 [-] New chips built for speed, IBM says
05/04/2007 [-] Slowing economy thwarts inflation
05/04/2007 [-] Cable bill reception still fuzzy for some
05/04/2007 [-] GMAC losses cut into automaker's 1st-quarter profit
05/04/2007 [-] N.Y. senator aims to help homeowners
05/04/2007 [-] Dow Jones staff urged
05/04/2007 [-] S&P closes above 1,500
05/04/2007 [-] Rallies magnify the shortage in child care
05/04/2007 [-] Blockbusters on parade
05/04/2007 [-] Berkshire wealth clashes with Gates mission in Sudan
05/04/2007 [-] Rice, Syrian foreign minister conduct 'businesslike' talks
05/04/2007 [-] RUXX investment index set to open 0.41% up
05/04/2007 [-] Banks' correspondent accounts with CBR rise 2%
05/04/2007 [-] Russian monetary base up 217.6 mln in week to 125.2 bln
05/04/2007 [-] Wal-Mart Discloses Some Compensation Details
05/04/2007 [-] FTSE seen opening flat
05/04/2007 [-] BG Group underlying profit down
05/04/2007 [-] Homemade Space Glove Wins NASA Contest
05/04/2007 [-] Oil prices steady around USD 63 a barrel
05/04/2007 [-] Yankees ape Sox Nation marketing
05/04/2007 [-] Miller's 2005 Transportation Bill Earmarks Benefited Longtime Business Partner
05/04/2007 [-] Ansell buys Brazilian condom maker
05/04/2007 [-] Australia's AGL Energy negotiating to buy AlintaAGL retail business
05/04/2007 [-] Aussie Home Loans broadens senior team
05/04/2007 [-] Australia trade deficit blows out to 1.3 billion dollars
05/04/2007 [-] Australian investors put money overseas
05/04/2007 [-] Budget surplus 'could mean tax cuts'
05/04/2007 [-] Employees take advantage of tight market
05/04/2007 [-] Dairy payout could go higher Fonterra
05/04/2007 [-] LNG is still lucrative, says Oil Search
05/04/2007 [-] Capital flows putting squeeze on Asian economies ADB
05/04/2007 [-] 20. Man charged with raping his daughter
05/04/2007 [-] EU to rule on holiday firm merger
05/04/2007 [-] Banker on insider trading charges
05/04/2007 [-] Lack of gas field discoveries a concern
05/04/2007 [-] Mowbrays to share in record art price
05/04/2007 [-] Future of broadband, Telecom looks even murkier
05/04/2007 [-] NZ greenhouse gases keep rising
05/04/2007 [-] Low-ball offerer targets Tower Australia
05/04/2007 [-] NZ dollar gains on Aussie
05/04/2007 [-] Rising dairy payout could go higher Fonterra
05/04/2007 [-] Kansas City Business Journal
05/04/2007 [-] Grocers try mid-size stores on for size
05/04/2007 [-] S&P 500 over 1,500 first time since 2000
05/04/2007 [-] Verizon CEO feels unions' wrath
05/04/2007 [-] Bank of America unlikely to give up without a fight
05/04/2007 [-] Business Briefs 5/04/07
05/04/2007 [-] Koppers up on strong quarter, outlook
05/04/2007 [-] Dateline Pittsburgh
05/04/2007 [-] Kia Motors reports loss in Q1
05/04/2007 [-] Oil prices steady around 63
05/04/2007 [-] Choppy trade at Dalal Street
05/04/2007 [-] Tories 'back in business in North'
05/04/2007 [-] Bidder Qantas Takeover on 'Knife Edge'
05/04/2007 [-] Topless car wash cleared for business
05/04/2007 [-] Philippine inflation rate inches up in April
05/04/2007 [-] Marathon pay talks conclude for German engineering sector
05/04/2007 [-] Murdoch says to keep WSJ independent reports
05/04/2007 [-] BURSA MALAYSIA KL Shares Higher, KLCI At New Record High In Early Trading
05/04/2007 [-] Photos of preteen girls in thongs now big business
05/04/2007 [-] Asian Development Bank opens meeting under attack from environmentalists
05/04/2007 [-] Nedbank's Deal of the Year
05/04/2007 [-] Afgri expects results to bloom
05/04/2007 [-] Sasol in explosive joint venture
05/04/2007 [-] Thailand launches loans for poor to boost growth
05/04/2007 [-] Soja opera con subidas en plaza de Chicago
05/04/2007 [-] Blacks 'weather proof' with new lines
05/04/2007 [-] Ban hits Mecca Bingo
05/04/2007 [-] No more bad news, says HMV
05/04/2007 [-] Yang Sing hotel joy
05/04/2007 [-] Swinton boss slams outsourcing
05/04/2007 [-] Demand for ethanol production making livestock farmers squeal
05/04/2007 [-] Starbucks, Ethiopia agree on coffee names
05/04/2007 [-] Tata Tea challenges HLL position
05/04/2007 [-] U.S. a no-show for Arab tourists
05/04/2007 [-] Senate moves bill on drug importation
05/04/2007 [-] Officials unite on blocking power lines
05/04/2007 [-] Belgian papers back on Google
05/04/2007 [-] BP blast report cited managers
05/04/2007 [-] Health care bill attracts backers
05/04/2007 [-] Plan eyed to stop money conduits
05/04/2007 [-] Mortgage ills spill red ink on GM balance
05/04/2007 [-] Next Venture From Stewart Costco Food
05/04/2007 [-] After BP Executives Exit, a Fleet Street Debate
05/04/2007 [-] Lawyer Says Imus to Sue CBS, Accusing It of Breaking Contract
05/04/2007 [-] Britain Bid for Hanson Considered
05/04/2007 [-] Swedish Steel Maker Acquiring Canadian Supplier of Oil Pipes
05/04/2007 [-] British Bankers Dwell in a Strange Houston Limbo With a Trial at the End
05/04/2007 [-] Rosneft Buys Yukos Assets, Including Its Oil Refineries
05/04/2007 [-] Canada Court Rejects Wal-Mart
05/04/2007 [-] Europe Limits on Cellphone Charges Advance
05/04/2007 [-] Aviva threat as Dutch court ponders ABN deal
05/04/2007 [-] Dutch court throws bid into chaos
05/04/2007 [-] Business briefs May 4
05/04/2007 [-] 'Value-added' is at core of business for Sevier Apple Barn
05/04/2007 [-] Scientists want more info on wind farms
05/04/2007 [-] Visitors mean a lot to state, local economy
05/04/2007 [-] The tubes are a-changin'
05/04/2007 [-] Jetsetters back in business
05/04/2007 [-] Report Easley should do more to recruit businesses to North Carolina
05/04/2007 [-] Singapore's STI hits new all-time high
05/04/2007 [-] SAIC gets defense deal worth up to 6.2B
05/04/2007 [-] Internap posts 1Q loss
05/04/2007 [-] Rivals muscle in on Lockheed's cargo plane
05/04/2007 [-] S&P Passes 1,500 Milestone; Dow Surge Continues
05/04/2007 [-] Dutch Court Blocks Bank Sale
05/04/2007 [-] A Math Lesson For College Graduates
05/04/2007 [-] Reports Ease Inflation Fears
05/04/2007 [-] Operating Profit At Phoenix Beats Expectations
05/04/2007 [-] Captains Of Activism
05/04/2007 [-] A Guiding Mission At UConn
05/04/2007 [-] Crooked Broker Gets Seven Years
05/04/2007 [-] Aetna Exec Beats Rival
05/04/2007 [-] Janus launches two new mutual funds
05/04/2007 [-] Nickel sends Minara shares soaring
05/04/2007 [-] KLIBOR MGS-5 Futures Still Untraded In Early Session
05/04/2007 [-] Panel seeks new surcharges on firms
05/04/2007 [-] Banker Jailed in Trading on 9 Deals
05/04/2007 [-] Disgraced BP boss back at desk to contemplate future
05/04/2007 [-] Shell raises profits 14 per cent despite sharp revenue fall
05/04/2007 [-] NSW Business Chamber supports IR changes
05/04/2007 [-] 'Triple play' bundled services help Charter cut loss
05/04/2007 [-] Hospitals give back 1.1 billion to communities, survey says
05/04/2007 [-] Judge makes permanent a ban on planting gene-altered alfalfa
05/04/2007 [-] Furniture Brands plans changes
05/04/2007 [-] Thompson Coburn merges with Chicago firm
05/04/2007 [-] Artist's store in Galleria will close
05/04/2007 [-] The doctor is in — every time
05/04/2007 [-] Web site promotes dog-selling business in Vick's name
05/04/2007 [-] Cattlemen cut flow to Liniers market
05/04/2007 [-] For New Chief, BPs Problems Range From Rusted Pipes to a Tarnished Image
05/04/2007 [-] Family's businesses thrived on notion
05/04/2007 [-] Arizona sees increase in private mortgage insurance
05/04/2007 [-] Ariz. Offers Insurance Resources for Small Businesses
05/04/2007 [-] FOREX Ringgit Opens Higher Against U.S. Dollar
05/04/2007 [-] New Century lays off 2,000 workers
05/04/2007 [-] Nokia to Launch 2 New Handsets for Business Users, Consumers
05/04/2007 [-] Ports group claims transfer support
05/04/2007 [-] Queen of internet shopping
05/04/2007 [-] Effort worth it, says award-winning business owner
05/04/2007 [-] CMA Survey of Business Conditions March 2007
05/04/2007 [-] Taiwanese two-wheeler SYM coming to Indi...
05/04/2007 [-] State orders Florida company to stop doing business in Montana
05/04/2007 [-] Grilled chicken, later hours among new ideas
05/04/2007 [-] The Worst Day Ever To Find Yourself Employed at Business 2.0
05/04/2007 [-] March goods and services deficit 1.62b
05/04/2007 [-] UK Leaving e-business behind
05/04/2007 [-] It's now or never for privateers trying to grab Qantas
05/04/2007 [-] Hutchison shareholders approve 2.85b raising
05/04/2007 [-] RBA lowers inflation forecast for rest of 2007
05/04/2007 [-] Dell to add Linux as a PC option
05/04/2007 [-] New North Korean Liquor Coming to U.S.
05/04/2007 [-] Life in shoe business
05/04/2007 [-] Regs. coming for payday loan business
05/04/2007 [-] Analysis Migraine high in Iraq vets
05/04/2007 [-] At 11th hour, Bush taps new Medicare chief
05/04/2007 [-] 18. Appointments
05/04/2007 [-] Insider Big Names, Big Wallets, Big Cause
05/04/2007 [-] Murdoch on Owning the Wall Street Journal
05/04/2007 [-] Clark County At Work Footcare Business Keeps Owner on Run
05/04/2007 [-] RBS poised as court blocks LaSalle sale
05/04/2007 [-] SEC charges Wireless Facilities' former options-plan administrator ...
05/04/2007 [-] Qantas takeover bid comes down to the wire
05/04/2007 [-] Women fall through superannuation gap
05/04/2007 [-] RBA lowers inflation forecast
05/04/2007 [-] Bolnisi Gold in US1.1 billion deal
05/04/2007 [-] BP refining chief after Texas City report
05/04/2007 [-] Export sales up for Canterbury exporters
05/04/2007 [-] Fonterra announces 20c/kg lift in payout
05/04/2007 [-] Systemtech staff strike over pay
05/04/2007 [-] Gas more than 3 again
05/04/2007 [-] Ore. lawmakers back consumer loan cap
05/04/2007 [-] Provident Energy gains oil play with Capitol acquisition
05/04/2007 [-] Tembec narrows Q2 loss to 45 million from 168 million a year ago
05/04/2007 [-] Former Illinois governor says he never approved millions in payments to Conrad Black
05/04/2007 [-] Suncor Energy says April production averaged 218,000 barrels per day
05/04/2007 [-] Cheques 'still usefu
05/04/2007 [-] Pet Food Poisoning Mystery May Be Solved
05/04/2007 [-] How Much Is A Mother's Work Worth?
05/04/2007 [-] The Times Names Clark Hoyt as New Public Editor
05/04/2007 [-] Francersquo;s euro;5.5bn investment ready to roll
05/04/2007 [-] Las Vegas Review-Journal Inside Business Column
05/04/2007 [-] DBS Bank backs down on closing Iranian accounts
05/04/2007 [-] State auditor quits side business
05/04/2007 [-] State auditor to end work with financial services business
05/04/2007 [-] State auditor opts to drop side business
05/04/2007 [-] Microsoft to challenge 75.5M attorney fee
05/04/2007 [-] Career Education logs sharp decline in profit, revenue
05/04/2007 [-] 4. Snap Shots
05/04/2007 [-] Focus In Apple's Options Scandal Shifts To Its Board
05/04/2007 [-] Become A Success In The World Of Business
05/04/2007 [-] Business Owners React To Smoking Ban
05/04/2007 [-] 34 Duke Business Students Face Discipline for Cheating
05/04/2007 [-] Vick Linked to Dog-Selling Business
05/04/2007 [-] FT says One Equity approaches EMI
05/04/2007 [-] Hindman to run state economic development
05/04/2007 [-] For small business, truth, justice and good pizza
05/04/2007 [-] BigBand sees 2Q sales below Street view
05/04/2007 [-] Digital River to join SP MidCap 400
05/04/2007 [-] Mobility Electronics 1Q loss widens
05/04/2007 [-] Norilsk bids 4.8 bln for Canada's LionOre
05/04/2007 [-] Parliament should butt out of Hockey Canada business Nicholson »
05/04/2007 [-] NZ dollar continues slide against US dollar
05/04/2007 [-] Telecom takes sharemarket down
05/04/2007 [-] Skellerup loses chief operating officer
05/04/2007 [-] Selkirk businesses recovering from spring flood
05/04/2007 [-] Miami's Farmer School of Business receives 2M gift
05/04/2007 [-] Explorers pegging NSW for uranium
05/03/2007 [-] AmInvestment Bank expects agri fund to be fully taken up soon
05/03/2007 [-] RHB targets 800,000 credit card holders
05/03/2007 [-] Hwang-DBS aims big in debt capital market
05/03/2007 [-] Call for CSR to be main part of corporate strategy
05/03/2007 [-] New products to boost Amway revenue
05/03/2007 [-] DiGi Q1 net profit up 33%
05/03/2007 [-] KLCI hits record high of 1,342.79
05/03/2007 [-] ILB expanding in Dubai, China Investment to be worth RM250mil
05/03/2007 [-] Scicom to expand via acquisitions
05/03/2007 [-] Andaman may inject coal mines into listed companies
05/03/2007 [-] ACPI in partnership talks
05/03/2007 [-] Race for FDI pushes corporate tax down
05/03/2007 [-] Strong demand for CPO a boon for plantation stocks
05/03/2007 [-] VGO allows shareholders to exit at attractive price
05/03/2007 [-] Binariang believed to have secured its financing needs
05/03/2007 [-] CIMB, ABN AMRO win Maxis mandate again
05/03/2007 [-] RM15.60 offer for Maxis shareholders
05/03/2007 [-] Little business transacted in Rajya Sabha
05/03/2007 [-] GSL may take over Sara Lee business in India
05/03/2007 [-] Microsoft to challenge 75.5M attorney fee in Iowa lawsuit
05/03/2007 [-] S'pore-US FTA a significant boost to bilateral trade, has potential to grow
05/03/2007 [-] No good mixing business and history IKEA founder
05/03/2007 [-] Insolvency risk high for over-55s
05/03/2007 [-] Governor and Zimmer plan Friday announcement
05/03/2007 [-] Lloyds TSB Dubai launches Small Business Awards 2007
05/03/2007 [-] The Salt Lake Tribune Business Digest Column
05/03/2007 [-] Chavez targets Venezuela's banks
05/03/2007 [-] Torry Harris Business Solutions Presents Six Steps to Transitioning Successfully to SOA
05/03/2007 [-] Investors show caution with Nabi Biopharmaceuticals
05/03/2007 [-] Stocks Rise; S&P 500 Passes 1,500
05/03/2007 [-] Norwegian businesswomen scout for partnerships
05/03/2007 [-] Playtex net profit up, lowers 2007 view
05/03/2007 [-] Sears expects net gain in latest quarter
05/03/2007 [-] Chavez threatens to nationalize steel firm, banks
05/03/2007 [-] South African diplomat to discuss trade
05/03/2007 [-] Galloping productivity gains spur bullish Wall Street
05/03/2007 [-] Bahrain says businesses violations and runaway cases rising
05/03/2007 [-] Swedish steelmaker buys Ipsco for about 7.7 billion
05/03/2007 [-] Aon Corp. earnings increase nearly 8 percent
05/03/2007 [-] Subscriber surge helps push BSkyB shares to a three-year high
05/03/2007 [-] It's a fishy business
05/03/2007 [-] Sears, Kmart same-store sales down
05/03/2007 [-] Dutch ruling may boost Royal Bank's uninvited pursuit of ABN Amro
05/03/2007 [-] Tourism Central Check out our new blog
05/03/2007 [-] Briefly CapitalLand joinsBahrain Bay fund
05/03/2007 [-] Pakistan's BankIslami considers expansion
05/03/2007 [-] Viewpoint South Korea can't afford to stab housing bubble
05/03/2007 [-] Telecom New Zealand reveals share cancellation plan
05/03/2007 [-] Earnings Westpac Banking income rises after expansion
05/03/2007 [-] Hindustan Lever raises prices as costs escalate
05/03/2007 [-] Blackstone and Carlyle may team up in Ten Networks offer
05/03/2007 [-] Citigroup's financing for Nikko sets record
05/03/2007 [-] Malaysian billionaire makes bid for Maxis Communications
05/03/2007 [-] China shoe chain plans 1.1 billion IPO
05/03/2007 [-] Around the Markets Rupiah has its limits
05/03/2007 [-] Cablevision accepts bid to go private
05/03/2007 [-] Dolans will take Cablevision private
05/03/2007 [-] Deal struck to take Cablevision private
05/03/2007 [-] Family buys rest of Cablevision
05/03/2007 [-] Cablevision's loss narrows
05/03/2007 [-] Cablevision posts smaller 1Q loss on big gains in cable TV business
05/03/2007 [-] Exelixis Announces First Quarter 2007 Financial Results and Business Update
05/03/2007 [-] Apple senior VP exercises options
05/03/2007 [-] Verizon shares jump to new 12-month peak
05/03/2007 [-] Sector Glance eBay up on Gitti deal
05/03/2007 [-] Avanex narrows 3Q loss
05/03/2007 [-] Avanex sees 4Q sales below analysts view
05/03/2007 [-] Britain e-mail time capsule in works
05/03/2007 [-] Builders fees cut
05/03/2007 [-] Delta stock rises after new post-bankruptcy shares issued
05/03/2007 [-] Dabur mulls Fem Care buyout
05/03/2007 [-] IFCI scouts for strategic partner
05/03/2007 [-] HDFC reports 27% rise in loans
05/03/2007 [-] FM rollbacks dual tax on cement Cos
05/03/2007 [-] Anil Ambani may help Mallya buy Air Deccan
05/03/2007 [-] Muslims, Arab Americans are big players in economy
05/03/2007 [-] Hemlock Semiconductor plant to add 500 jobs
05/03/2007 [-] Qantas bid to fail unless share acceptances take off
05/03/2007 [-] Take-off signal for airport regulator
05/03/2007 [-] SBI Life Insurance to triple business
05/03/2007 [-] Residents feel pinch as dollar declines
05/03/2007 [-] New trial for Andrew Rankin to start May 22
05/03/2007 [-] Tim Hortons profit sags on taxes, but sales up
05/03/2007 [-] Members of new media industry form task force to make B.C. globally competitive
05/03/2007 [-] Provident to buy Capitol Energy
05/03/2007 [-] Starbucks Q2 earnings increase 18 per cent, same-store sales up four per cent
05/03/2007 [-] Fairfax Financial profit drops on lower revenue
05/03/2007 [-] Nortel reduces Q1 net loss to US103 million, revenue rises to US2.48B
05/03/2007 [-] Nortel losses shrink as revenues move higher
05/03/2007 [-] Canadian dollar rises on M&A flows as data loom
05/03/2007 [-] Dealers plan new Canadian stock-trading system
05/03/2007 [-] Canada regulator to retry ex-RBC banker on tipping
05/03/2007 [-] Former Illinois governor says he never approved millions in payments to Black
05/03/2007 [-] Air Canada 83.2 per cent load factor for April, up from a year ago
05/03/2007 [-] 'Governator,' Clinton fight child obesity
05/03/2007 [-] EDS net profit surges, stock down on outlook
05/03/2007 [-] Under microscope Protesters target biotech bash, BU lab
05/03/2007 [-] Bioscience firm wins an award
05/03/2007 [-] Integrated BioPharma to Explore Divesting Its Biotechnology Business


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