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06/14/2007 [-] A2 posts wider annual loss
06/14/2007 [-] NZer ordered by court to repay $40m from scam
06/14/2007 [-] Plus SMS annual loss widens
06/14/2007 [-] Treasury Proposal to Expand Small Business Lending in Latin America
06/14/2007 [-] SCTDA explores in Singapore ways to develop the tourism and business sectors in Sharjah
06/14/2007 [-] DSS ensures vibrant business at Dubai's Malls
06/14/2007 [-] GCC airlines to grab limelight at Paris show
06/14/2007 [-] RCN Wins Two Stevie Awards in 5th Annual American Business Awards
06/14/2007 [-] War means business for Afghan phone firm
06/14/2007 [-] Dhaka, Canberra to expand trade ties
06/14/2007 [-] Canada Post NAFTA win sets precedent
06/14/2007 [-] Tender-offer mergers on rise
06/14/2007 [-] United still looking for a merger
06/14/2007 [-] - United's CFO Says Merger Still a Goal
06/14/2007 [-] UK Kicks Off Fund for African Business
06/14/2007 [-] Rural African businesses to benefit from new UN fund
06/14/2007 [-] Another Spin for Buy American
06/14/2007 [-] Family Forestry
06/14/2007 [-] The Loose Reins on U.S. Teenagers Can Produce Trouble or Entrepreneurs
06/14/2007 [-] Trial Ordered in Italy for 4 Big Banks in Parmalats Failure
06/14/2007 [-] Japan Current-Account Surplus Rises
06/14/2007 [-] China Retail Sales Surged in May
06/14/2007 [-] China Automaker Acquires Two Ventures
06/14/2007 [-] Germany VW Narrows American Loss
06/14/2007 [-] Upfront TV Market Starts With NBC Universal Deal
06/14/2007 [-] Wall St. Journal Will Raise Price to 1.50
06/14/2007 [-] The Times Promotes Circulation Official
06/14/2007 [-] Markets Soar on Upbeat Economic Data
06/14/2007 [-] Refinery Considered for South Dakota
06/14/2007 [-] Wednesday Newspaper Review Irish Business News and International Stories
06/14/2007 [-] Optimists still in majority Food and Business Services expecting strong activity
06/14/2007 [-] Vietnamese executives use city as learning lab
06/14/2007 [-] House price inflation slows
06/14/2007 [-] Fixed-rate mortgage offers 'double'
06/14/2007 [-] Two-parent families in poverty trap
06/14/2007 [-] Celebrity factor helps house prices
06/14/2007 [-] Hostess is bringing back the banana-creme Twinkie
06/14/2007 [-] Bank of Japan not expected to raise rates at 2-day policy meeting
06/14/2007 [-] China's industrial output climbs 18.1 percent in May amid pledges to cool growth
06/14/2007 [-] Microsoft to license instant messaging, digital media code to Linspire
06/14/2007 [-] Oil prices ease in Asia after big gain on lingering U.S. gasoline supply worries
06/14/2007 [-] UPMC was paid thousands more for cardiac surgery
06/14/2007 [-] U.S. Open means lots of green for region's economy
06/14/2007 [-] Regional banks say worst is behind economy
06/14/2007 [-] Food firms raise concerns about using corn for fuel
06/14/2007 [-] Some want to rewrite building code
06/14/2007 [-] Retail sales restore confidence in market
06/14/2007 [-] CEO says Southwest could slow growth
06/14/2007 [-] Middle East businesswomen participate in women business leaders' summit in US
06/14/2007 [-] Local Ben Franklin variety store to close after 43 years of business
06/14/2007 [-] Britain's Omnifone makes European debut
06/14/2007 [-] US economy heads into summer with good momentum
06/14/2007 [-] African growth boosted by commodities prices
06/14/2007 [-] Ajman amends law on real estate regulations
06/14/2007 [-] Symbion says need more info from Sigma
06/14/2007 [-] Filter pledges crisp photos in low light
06/14/2007 [-] Microsoft signs another Linux deal
06/14/2007 [-] Mining boom raises water worries
06/14/2007 [-] Financial Future Of Colorado State Fair Questioned
06/14/2007 [-] Colorado Gas Prices Drop For 3rd Straight Week
06/14/2007 [-] Telkom customers hang up
06/14/2007 [-] Newspaper decline hurts insert firm
06/14/2007 [-] Sentinel Tower gets go-ahead
06/14/2007 [-] Wal-Mart faces theft worries
06/14/2007 [-] Retail sales surge; Fed sees signs of rebound
06/14/2007 [-] Gas prices don't slow drivers
06/14/2007 [-] Smelting operation at Alcoa's Blount plant is full speed ahead
06/14/2007 [-] Philips building has buyer but no tenant yet
06/14/2007 [-] FBI targets 'botnet' computer hackers
06/14/2007 [-] Business briefs June 14
06/14/2007 [-] Fed warned to act soon on mortgage abuse rules
06/14/2007 [-] Many immigrants pushing to revive stalled reform bill
06/14/2007 [-] Hedge fund manager pleads guilty to fraud
06/14/2007 [-] RBA flags rate rise risk
06/14/2007 [-] NYT Indicted businessman friend, patron of Obama
06/14/2007 [-] Business Pulse results Reputable college isn't enough to succeed in business
06/14/2007 [-] Singapore's Creative Technology to delist from Nasdaq
06/14/2007 [-] 4 in Senate Seek Penalty for China
06/14/2007 [-] Kellogg to Phase Out Some Food Ads to Children
06/14/2007 [-] Barneys Could Be Sold to Dubai Firm
06/14/2007 [-] F.D.A. Panel Rejects Drug for Obesity
06/14/2007 [-] A Small Rebound in the 2nd Quarter
06/14/2007 [-] S.E.C. Ends Decades-Old Price Limits on Short Selling
06/14/2007 [-] Local Woman Sues Verizon Over Late Fees
06/14/2007 [-] Successful Internet Businesses Find a Home at the New WebBizIdeas.com
06/14/2007 [-] Beef bodies' cross-Border war of words shows no sign of easing
06/14/2007 [-] METI orders Nova to suspend part of business for lying to consumers
06/14/2007 [-] Radar system should help mountain air travel
06/14/2007 [-] NS, NB to jointly study tidal energys potential
06/14/2007 [-] French automaker Renault reports worldwide sales decline of 4.2 percent in May
06/14/2007 [-] Car loans, mortgages contribute to consumer lending boom
06/14/2007 [-] Sydney beats Melbourne as commercial capital
06/14/2007 [-] Paris beer blue
06/14/2007 [-] Work stops on water-taxi jetty -
06/14/2007 [-] September start on Alutrint plant -
06/14/2007 [-] Demand for Energy Fuels Rush for Uranium in Utah
06/14/2007 [-] No bail for alleged 'Spam King'
06/14/2007 [-] Stocks open higher on US shares rebound, weaker yen
06/14/2007 [-] JPMorgan testifies in Greek bond scandal
06/14/2007 [-] SAS to sell airline units to cut costs
06/14/2007 [-] McDonald`s Norway to test salmon wrap
06/14/2007 [-] Singapore shares up sharply in early trading on Wall Street's gains
06/14/2007 [-] Creative to delist from Nasdaq from Aug 1
06/14/2007 [-] Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria Honors ...
06/14/2007 [-] Atom Energy IPO closes oversubscribed
06/14/2007 [-] Report Finds New Strength in IPO Market
06/14/2007 [-] Delicious dollops from New Zealand
06/14/2007 [-] WebTech Wireless reports 20M loss in Q3; large writedown in Brazil business
06/14/2007 [-] Publix to add 270 generators for storms
06/14/2007 [-] Retail Sales Gain Sparks Stock Rally
06/14/2007 [-] For Shutterbugs, Reason To Smile
06/14/2007 [-] Stores' Sales Surge
06/14/2007 [-] Poverty, Strife Stanch Nigeria's Oil
06/14/2007 [-] Adverse Decision In Arbitration Case Costs The Hartford
06/14/2007 [-] Thefts Plague Wal-Mart
06/14/2007 [-] Yale To Acquire Bayer Campus
06/14/2007 [-] Ex-MLN Officials Lose Bid For License
06/14/2007 [-] Tribes' Ripple Effect Muted
06/14/2007 [-] State's Carvel Deal Sweet
06/14/2007 [-] Chinese yuan hits high against dollar
06/14/2007 [-] Fed sees expanding economy
06/14/2007 [-] Andean leaders preach unity on EU trade ahead of regional summit
06/14/2007 [-] Gold opens higher in Hong Kong
06/14/2007 [-] U.S. refuses to cite China as currency manipulator, angering Congress
06/14/2007 [-] Oil prices extend losses amid expectations of rising U.S. supplies of gasoline and oil
06/14/2007 [-] IBM, Nortel to Offer VOIP Apps for Small Businesses
06/14/2007 [-] IBM, Nortel to Offer VOIP Apps for Small Businesses
06/14/2007 [-] Honda plans India-only cycle
06/14/2007 [-] Men lured into sleep clinics
06/14/2007 [-] High, low pre-op blood counts risk death
06/14/2007 [-] Physicians get fewer NIH research grants
06/14/2007 [-] Analysis Panel stops Sanofi obesity drug
06/14/2007 [-] Analysis Health IT's privacy factor
06/14/2007 [-] Women lack info on breast cancer therapy
06/14/2007 [-] EU's carbon trade 'set to fail'
06/14/2007 [-] S. Korea hopes to wrap up free-trade deal
06/14/2007 [-] Britain's Omnifone says MusicStation, rival to Apple's iPhone, makes European debut
06/14/2007 [-] Biofuels push worries food producers
06/14/2007 [-] Govt supports push for more airport business
06/14/2007 [-] Sham 'Going Out of Business' Sales May Be Going
06/14/2007 [-] Spanish fans boost Scottish airports
06/14/2007 [-] 3. Support Line
06/14/2007 [-] Businessman shot in robbery dies
06/14/2007 [-] Nemours may seek legislative exemption for hospital
06/14/2007 [-] Yale University to buy 136-acre Bayer HealthCare campus
06/14/2007 [-] Why Hong Kong Won't Dump the Dollar
06/14/2007 [-] Jones Apparel nearing sale of Barneys reports
06/14/2007 [-] UPDATE Governor gives details on new business tax
06/14/2007 [-] Singapore's investment arm buys stake in Vietnamese seafood group
06/14/2007 [-] Stocks bounce back on rosy economic data
06/14/2007 [-] Stocks Soar On Strong Economic Data
06/14/2007 [-] Business Tax
06/14/2007 [-] More talks good news for Proton
06/14/2007 [-] Qatar firm to sign MoU with Paradigm Consortium
06/14/2007 [-] Lake-fronting mansions get high marks
06/14/2007 [-] Citigroup, ABN Amro and CIMB trade first ringgit default swaps
06/14/2007 [-] Contest to boost EON Bank customer base
06/14/2007 [-] Rolls-Royce a long-term buy
06/14/2007 [-] Surviving the IPO
06/14/2007 [-] Manulife sees better sales MD Major revamp has boosted growth
06/14/2007 [-] Global Carriers to double net profit with fleet expansion
06/14/2007 [-] Dominion plans another palm oil mill
06/14/2007 [-] BLD refinery to start ops soon
06/14/2007 [-] KBB plans venture into tapioca plantation
06/14/2007 [-] Price volatility prompts Bursa to raise CPO futures margins
06/14/2007 [-] Renewable energy a viable option
06/14/2007 [-] UMW invests US90m in jack-up drilling rig
06/14/2007 [-] News in brief
06/14/2007 [-] AE Multi to invest RM6mil in expanding its operations
06/14/2007 [-] Independent financial planners may sell unit trust funds soon
06/14/2007 [-] Ho Hup annual report delayed
06/14/2007 [-] Move to privatise MOL AccessPortal
06/14/2007 [-] Two-month deadline for Rohas-Euco
06/14/2007 [-] Aliran Ihsan price surge leads to talk of takeover
06/14/2007 [-] AmInvestment may exceed RM18bil funds target
06/14/2007 [-] Megan Media defaults on RM894m bank facilities
06/14/2007 [-] PPB Transmile business model viable
06/14/2007 [-] SF Company Recalls Soy Yogurt
06/14/2007 [-] Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway Toys Recalled
06/14/2007 [-] Milan judge indicts four banks in Europe's largest corporate failure
06/14/2007 [-] Get a sneak peek at the new Portland IKEA
06/13/2007 [-] 164 jobs go as DVD business closes
06/13/2007 [-] SUSE-based workgroup suite targets small businesses
06/13/2007 [-] Kellogg to Curb Marketing of Foods to Children
06/13/2007 [-] Abitibi, Bowater to vote July 26 on merger deal
06/13/2007 [-] Farm workers' movement criticizes Brazil government's ties to agribusiness
06/13/2007 [-] Business briefs TMG sells offices
06/13/2007 [-] Assistant director settles discrimination suit against Universal
06/13/2007 [-] Hillsboro school receives surprise award
06/13/2007 [-] Flood-hit businesses want management plan implemented
06/13/2007 [-] Viewpoint The global economy's unloved paramedic
06/13/2007 [-] Copper rivalry pushes miners further afield
06/13/2007 [-] Pfizer to invest 300 million in South Korea
06/13/2007 [-] BNP declines to pursue stake in Taiwan partner
06/13/2007 [-] Indian Airlines cancels some flights amid strike
06/13/2007 [-] Investors see good omen at China Aviation
06/13/2007 [-] Around the Markets Outlook for Australian dollar dims
06/13/2007 [-] Chinese power producer to cut spending
06/13/2007 [-] The pilots in charge of guiding China to a soft landing
06/13/2007 [-] Vet mum on beating case; business back to usual
06/13/2007 [-] Analysis State-quality glass empty, full
06/13/2007 [-] Sony sees electronics sales' growth
06/13/2007 [-] CAMEC pull out of OmegaCorp takeover
06/13/2007 [-] US stocks surge on retail sales
06/13/2007 [-] McDonald`s mulls two price levels in Japan
06/13/2007 [-] Nova Corp. schools receive suspension
06/13/2007 [-] Teck Cominco sees major oil sands presence
06/13/2007 [-] Agricore shareholders approve Pool takeover, Schmidt to be president and CEO
06/13/2007 [-] Canadian authorities unlikely to pursue Black regardless of U.S. verdict
06/13/2007 [-] Enerplus to take 80M hit in second quarter due to income trust policy changes
06/13/2007 [-] Quebecor's Videotron plans big push into wireless
06/13/2007 [-] Greenspan says global liquidity to ease over medium term
06/13/2007 [-] Factory shipments buttress hot economy forecast, interest hike expectations
06/13/2007 [-] Saskpool eyes more growth after Agricore deal
06/13/2007 [-] Industry minister acknowledges acrimonious debate over wireless 'oligarchy'
06/13/2007 [-] Casey's General Stores earns nearly 62 million last year
06/13/2007 [-] Deal reached on business tax replacement
06/13/2007 [-] Longview Fibre president, CEO stepping down
06/13/2007 [-] Minnesota jobless rate tops nation`s
06/13/2007 [-] China vows to curb inflation
06/13/2007 [-] Somali pirates out of control
06/13/2007 [-] WTO chief lowers trade deal ambitions
06/13/2007 [-] EU to battle worker discrimination
06/13/2007 [-] Bidders for ABN AMRO jostle for position while waiting for court ruling
06/13/2007 [-] European bond markets plummet on fears that borrowing costs will rise
06/13/2007 [-] Generex rises on positive initiation
06/13/2007 [-] National Semiconductor to offer notes
06/13/2007 [-] Blackboard plans note 150M offer
06/13/2007 [-] ABC made business calculation dumping Isaiah Washington from 'Grey's Anatomy'
06/13/2007 [-] 4 banks to stand trial in Parmalat fraud
06/13/2007 [-] Black keeps his counsel as defence wraps up its case
06/13/2007 [-] CSC profit up but shares fall on revenue miss
06/13/2007 [-] ICE bid for CBOT faces uphill battle, analysts say
06/13/2007 [-] - Boeing Downplays 787 Production Snags
06/13/2007 [-] Boeing production problems normal, spokeswoman says
06/13/2007 [-] Savvy Savi Thrives Within Lockheed
06/13/2007 [-] U.S. presidential debates enter the era of YouTube
06/13/2007 [-] US Small Businesses Concerned About Immigration Legislation
06/13/2007 [-] ABC, studio made business calculation in dumping Isaiah Washington from 'Grey's Anatomy'
06/13/2007 [-] New plant north of Indy could hire 1,000
06/13/2007 [-] Roberts leaves Graco for Carlisle
06/13/2007 [-] US Small Businesses Concerned About Immigration Legislation states
06/13/2007 [-] Friends And Family Honor A Fresno Business Leader Who Died
06/13/2007 [-] Boulevard Bank will start taking deposits next month
06/13/2007 [-] Economy heads into summer with good momentum, Fed says
06/13/2007 [-] Furniture Brands revises sales forecast
06/13/2007 [-] - Federal Reserve Sees Moderate Growth
06/13/2007 [-] Transport department in IT push
06/13/2007 [-] Fieldays worth $630m a year study
06/13/2007 [-] Plain cigarette packets wanted
06/13/2007 [-] Mining giant starts NZ survey
06/13/2007 [-] NZ dollar recovers after overnight dip
06/13/2007 [-] Vargas to Speak at Dallas Women's Business Conference
06/13/2007 [-] State Legislature Wraps Up Business
06/13/2007 [-] Employers want IT grads with business skills
06/13/2007 [-] Four to be inducted into Bluegrass Business Hall of Fame
06/13/2007 [-] Stocks jump on upbeat economic news
06/13/2007 [-] Protestors disrupt Caterpillar shareholder meeting
06/13/2007 [-] Fed's Beige Book economy expanded through May
06/13/2007 [-] Fear not farmers in Australia, Asia told
06/13/2007 [-] Media Whoring Consumerist In Times London Business Blog Top 10
06/13/2007 [-] United's CFO Says Merger Still a Goal
06/13/2007 [-] Retail Sales Up 1.4 Percent in May
06/13/2007 [-] Stock indexes post gains at close
06/13/2007 [-] Vangent, Inc. Strengthens Business Development Organization with Two Key Hires
06/13/2007 [-] Fed report Economy sees modest growth
06/13/2007 [-] Iran to finalize oil deal with Belarus
06/13/2007 [-] Business development needs reworking
06/13/2007 [-] Businesses fear watering limits could leave them high and dry
06/13/2007 [-] University's Africa business center headed by former ambassador
06/13/2007 [-] Fremont Bank creates small business lending program
06/13/2007 [-] UPS Store owners are angry about business model
06/13/2007 [-] Danone investment in Wahaha in jeopardy
06/13/2007 [-] EU hopes green skies project takes off
06/13/2007 [-] Retail Sales Up Significantly in May
06/13/2007 [-] Czech businessman Krejcir reports at South African police iDnes
06/13/2007 [-] Czech businessman Pitr hides fearing for his life - press
06/13/2007 [-] Chrysler to make new engines at Kenosha plant
06/13/2007 [-] Poor countries to get flu vaccine donations
06/13/2007 [-] United still looking for partner
06/13/2007 [-] Asia-Pacific orders boost Boeing outlook
06/13/2007 [-] Caterpillar meeting cut short
06/13/2007 [-] ICE prepares proxy fight for CBOT
06/13/2007 [-] Europe Unveils Space Plane for Tourist Market
06/13/2007 [-] Were Arrested Botswana Officers On Official Business?
06/13/2007 [-] Countrywide shareholders reject say-on-pay vote
06/13/2007 [-] Hips price rise claims 'nonsense'
06/13/2007 [-] FTSE closes at 6559.6
06/13/2007 [-] Big business in beautiful game's slave trade
06/13/2007 [-] Chinese inflation climbs on food costs
06/13/2007 [-] Study shows small business confidence index and revenue expectations on the rise
06/13/2007 [-] Southwest Airlines' growth slowed by lack of expected increase in revenue
06/13/2007 [-] Time In Broadband Services Pact With Hong Kong's Hutchison
06/13/2007 [-] Gold mixed
06/13/2007 [-] Oil, gasoline prices rise on worries about supply, other commodities markets trade mixed
06/13/2007 [-] U.S. stocks soar on falling bond yields, surprise jump in retail sales
06/13/2007 [-] Panel Rejects Weight-Loss Drug
06/13/2007 [-] Wall Street Rebounds, Dow Up 187 Points
06/13/2007 [-] Shareholder seeks Sun-Times board seats
06/13/2007 [-] A fantasy playground in Buenos Aires
06/13/2007 [-] 2 planned towers tell of the new Dublin and Ireland
06/13/2007 [-] Court Avenue market sets grand opening
06/13/2007 [-] SBA creates new loan program for military
06/13/2007 [-] D.M. tech firm buys Johnston company
06/13/2007 [-] New state business tax to be announced today
06/13/2007 [-] Wal-Mart struggling with rising loss from shoplifting
06/13/2007 [-] More people are driving to work - alone
06/13/2007 [-] UN troops in Haiti kill gang leader sought in slaying of French businessman
06/13/2007 [-] Prairie farmers encouraged by 6 wheat
06/13/2007 [-] Cinram International to quit U.S. securities registration, save on costs
06/13/2007 [-] BCE keeps cards close to vest in buyout talks
06/13/2007 [-] Economy heads into summer with good momentum, helped by manufacturing
06/13/2007 [-] Gas, oil futures jump after U.S. report shows little change in gas inventories
06/13/2007 [-] Maoist strike cripples business in Nepalese capital
06/13/2007 [-] Lawson Software reaches three-year high
06/13/2007 [-] Autodesk director exercises options
06/13/2007 [-] Grocery Wars
06/13/2007 [-] Hollowing out of Canada 'a lot of hot air'
06/13/2007 [-] The Frank Factor
06/13/2007 [-] When Warren Buffett goes shopping
06/13/2007 [-] Wheat export watchdog gets teeth
06/13/2007 [-] Chain fuses pizza, 'green'
06/13/2007 [-] Lawmaker tells Fed to step up consumer protection
06/13/2007 [-] Suddenly 30-year fixed mortgages look good report
06/13/2007 [-] Lies, scams and online advertising
06/13/2007 [-] Car finance firm cops 150,000 fine
06/13/2007 [-] Bombardier gives boost to Mexico's aerospace industry
06/13/2007 [-] Reinventing the look of a book
06/13/2007 [-] Toyota RAV4 Limited tops list as small SUVs keep on growing
06/13/2007 [-] Senate seeks US action against currency cheats
06/13/2007 [-] Wal-Mart struggling with rising loss from shoplifting and employee theft at its U.S. stores
06/13/2007 [-] Business Ng A perfect world through technology
06/13/2007 [-] Business Toral War against copyright violators
06/13/2007 [-] Business Bank wants bigger share of rich Pinoys
06/13/2007 [-] Business Cebu eco-zone proposal gets backing of new club
06/13/2007 [-] Nagaland armoured for big business
06/13/2007 [-] Consumers vote for the best slogan
06/13/2007 [-] Kurdish Region of Northern Iraq is open for business
06/13/2007 [-] Cashed up consumers 'to keep spending'
06/13/2007 [-] Industry lobbies merge
06/13/2007 [-] 'The City' leads the way as business venue
06/13/2007 [-] HIH windfall for councils, businesses
06/13/2007 [-] Amid Avandia doubts, diabetics consider alternatives
06/13/2007 [-] EU official welcomes Google cutting retention on search history
06/13/2007 [-] Business Personal Technology - MercuryNews.com
06/13/2007 [-] Optimizing manual testing with HP Business Process Testing Software
06/13/2007 [-] Countrywide shareholders reject advisory role on executive pay
06/13/2007 [-] Caribbean delegation seeks South Florida trade
06/13/2007 [-] Wayne State to hold networking event for Pfizer employees
06/13/2007 [-] eBay Conventioners Descend On Boston
06/13/2007 [-] Starbucks settles suit over bipolar barista
06/13/2007 [-] SonicWall buying Aventail for 25M
06/13/2007 [-] Unisys gets 28 million military deal
06/13/2007 [-] Omniture expands, prices stock offer
06/13/2007 [-] Detroit automakers seek labour cost parity with Asian rivals
06/13/2007 [-] CIBC unpaid OT lawsuit attracts thousands, including other bank workers
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06/13/2007 [-] Milan judge indicts four banks in Europe's largest corporate failure
06/13/2007 [-] Report card on Canada gives it 'D' for innovation
06/13/2007 [-] Mortgage rates rise again posted five-year takes 0.15-point boost
06/13/2007 [-] Ford official says fuel economy proposal would 'break the industry'
06/13/2007 [-] Swiss returned US34 million to Taiwan in arms deal scandal
06/13/2007 [-] New Wall Street Journal editor shakes up top editorial ranks
06/13/2007 [-] Southwest Airlines CEO says low-cost carrier could grow more slowly
06/13/2007 [-] U.S. economy heads into summer with good momentum, helped by manufacturing
06/13/2007 [-] United Airlines still looking for a merger, CFO says
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06/13/2007 [-] GSK donating bird flu vaccine to WHO
06/13/2007 [-] FDA clears surgical 'SmartSponge'
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06/13/2007 [-] London's FTSE-100 index up 39.20 points at 6,559.60
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06/13/2007 [-] Milan judge indicts 4 banks in Europe's largest corporate failure
06/13/2007 [-] Thai Shin Corp sells its stake in AirAsia to local management
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06/13/2007 [-] European stocks end higher, helped by miners
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06/13/2007 [-] US avoids labeling China 'manipulator,' highlights currency risks
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06/13/2007 [-] Crude oil supplies see slight rise
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06/13/2007 [-] GSK makes 5M payment to Pharmacopeia
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06/13/2007 [-] US activist investor defends Japan tactics
06/13/2007 [-] Judge keeps lawsuits by Tyco shareholders alive
06/13/2007 [-] Milan judge indicts 4 banks in Europe's largest corporate failure
06/13/2007 [-] Google's YouTube to begin testing video fingerprinting technology to enforce copyrights
06/13/2007 [-] Convis retiring from Toyota
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06/13/2007 [-] Equifax-EFX Ploder/Pres discusses Co's int'l business on 11am cc on 6/14 host LEHM
06/13/2007 [-] Ascendas launches S500m development fund for India
06/13/2007 [-] Australia's Toll Holdings launches takeover offer for Sembawang Kimtrans
06/13/2007 [-] Great Singapore Sale off to good start with sales up 48%
06/13/2007 [-] The Small Biz 7 Survey
06/13/2007 [-] Stocks rise on yield pullback, profit hopes
06/13/2007 [-] Announcement may be nearing on business tax replacement plan
06/13/2007 [-] What Was Old Is New as TV Revisits Branding
06/13/2007 [-] Banking Group Names Chief Executive
06/13/2007 [-] A Chinese Company Fights Its French Partner
06/13/2007 [-] Russia preparing to help N. Korea transfer funds from Macao 2
06/13/2007 [-] Armed Robbery & Stabbing At Neenah Business
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06/13/2007 [-] Senate, House agree to new business tax
06/13/2007 [-] You'll need an iTunes account for new iPhone
06/13/2007 [-] Iraq wheat tender bids near 225, seeks 205
06/13/2007 [-] Dell seeking retail appeal
06/13/2007 [-] 'Failure to innovate' sinking economy report
06/13/2007 [-] Dollar strikes 2002 peak against yen
06/13/2007 [-] Canada April factory shipments retreat from high
06/13/2007 [-] Toronto stocks rise at open after 2 losing days
06/13/2007 [-] Wex gets Phase 3 nod from Health Canada
06/13/2007 [-] Stocks Climb After Jump in Retail Sales
06/13/2007 [-] Alcan signs aluminum supply contract with Airbus terms not disclosed
06/13/2007 [-] Manufacturing shipments slip in April with declines in 12 of 21 industries
06/13/2007 [-] Canada dollar down ahead of Dodge speech, bonds up
06/13/2007 [-] Stock markets head higher on receding U.S. bond yields, strong retail data
06/13/2007 [-] Retail Sales Surge 1.4 Percent in May
06/13/2007 [-] Sales tax plan to finance health care dominates French campaign
06/13/2007 [-] Chrysler to invest 450 million in Wis. engine plant
06/13/2007 [-] Higher open for stocks
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06/13/2007 [-] Stocks rebound despite rate fears
06/13/2007 [-] Stocks higher after surprise jump
06/13/2007 [-] Yahoo! shareholders flex `no` option
06/13/2007 [-] Wall Street begins day on upbeat note
06/13/2007 [-] Gas firm wins court battle with German consumer rebel
06/13/2007 [-] Midwest Air lowers its earnings outlook
06/13/2007 [-] Fed mulling ban on some mortgage lending Kroszner
06/13/2007 [-] Agribusiness Gov't aims to boost quality of local coco-based products
06/13/2007 [-] Chinese Fakes Hit EU Business
06/13/2007 [-] Blackstone will conduct IPO in the week of June 25
06/13/2007 [-] U.S. retail sales surge in May by the largest amount in 16 months
06/13/2007 [-] Germany's RAG extends contract of CEO Werner Mueller through 2011
06/13/2007 [-] EU justice chief welcomes Google move to cut retention of user search history
06/13/2007 [-] U.S. stocks head toward moderatel higher open; bond yields rise
06/13/2007 [-] EU executive to take legal action over labor rules that hamper workers from abroad
06/13/2007 [-] WTO chief says less comprehensive trade pact could also be good
06/13/2007 [-] EU says Hungary on track to bring down huge budget deficit by 2009
06/13/2007 [-] U.S. stocks open higher following surprise jump in retail sales; bond yields fall
06/13/2007 [-] Deutsche Telekom, union resume talks as strike continues
06/13/2007 [-] Brazil economy grows 4.3 percent in 1Q, boosted by services and industry
06/13/2007 [-] Sprint Nextel to get affiliate Northern PCS for 312.5 million
06/13/2007 [-] Swiss prosecutors to file appeal against acquittals in Swissair trial
06/13/2007 [-] Russia preparing to help N. Korea transfer funds from Macao 1
06/13/2007 [-] Interros president nominated to Norilsk Nickel board of directors
06/13/2007 [-] Business class Perth's appetite for adventurous art
06/13/2007 [-] Tax fraudsters get stung
06/13/2007 [-] Trade activity recovers a tad
06/13/2007 [-] Telkom reviews mobile partnership
06/13/2007 [-] Blowing away power problems
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06/13/2007 [-] Union says injury to one is injury to all
06/13/2007 [-] Kansas Women's Business Center reworks brand identity
06/13/2007 [-] Lilly Tuberculosis Partnership Honored By Global Business Coalition
06/13/2007 [-] DHL buys stake in Astar Air Cargo
06/13/2007 [-] 'Yelpers' get the word out on local businesses
06/13/2007 [-] British banks 'lagging Europeans'
06/13/2007 [-] Homes at ten times salary, already a reality
06/13/2007 [-] Brits plagued by bad banking
06/13/2007 [-] House prices warning 'already here'
06/13/2007 [-] Bush against suing third parties
06/13/2007 [-] Hungarian economy turning corner but challenges remain
06/13/2007 [-] Sterling closes fund
06/13/2007 [-] Irish property investors eyeing Europe
06/13/2007 [-] ¨600m flowed into KBC's water fund
06/13/2007 [-] Firms uncertain about economic outlook
06/13/2007 [-] US retail sales surge dramatically
06/13/2007 [-] Dorgan to leave his IDA post
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06/13/2007 [-] Bluetooth SIG takes over Wibree from Nokia Computer Business Review
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06/13/2007 [-] AT&T to offer onsite consulting to small businesses
06/13/2007 [-] Chogm Business Forum Cd Launched
06/13/2007 [-] U.S. stocks head toward moderatel higher open
06/13/2007 [-] Turkmenistan allows Russia to work 3 Caspian Sea energy fields
06/13/2007 [-] ATT BusinessDirect Tops All Competitors in Analyst Firm's Survey of Enterprise Portals
06/13/2007 [-] 4TH LD Nova ordered to suspend part of business for lying to consumers+
06/13/2007 [-] Unemployment rate at 30-year low in Tri-Cities
06/13/2007 [-] Major banks indicted over Parmalat scandal
06/13/2007 [-] Pakistan eyes larger share in EU markets
06/13/2007 [-] Taiwan to earmark 3 billion US dollars to aid local farmers
06/13/2007 [-] Tokyo stocks close lower on US market's overnight losses
06/13/2007 [-] YouTube To Test Video Recognition Technology
06/13/2007 [-] Crude oil price starts day lower
06/13/2007 [-] Indian Airline employees walk off jobs
06/13/2007 [-] Yamaha wins piracy case in China
06/13/2007 [-] A Cash Boost for Stem Cell Business
06/13/2007 [-] Mail, tools stolen from Murphysboro businesses, residences
06/13/2007 [-] Tontitown nightclub gets ready for business, passes inspection
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06/13/2007 [-] Retail Sales Surge 1.4 Pct. in May
06/13/2007 [-] First Federal of Northern Michigan declares 5-cent dividend
06/13/2007 [-] MGM revenue up, MotorCity and Greektown down
06/13/2007 [-] Mich. gas prices fall 3 cents overnight
06/13/2007 [-] BP Global oil reserves little changed in 2006
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06/13/2007 [-] Barclays could sweeten offer for ABN
06/13/2007 [-] 4 banks indicted on charges tied to Parmalat collapse
06/13/2007 [-] Wahaha executives threaten to quit Danone venture
06/13/2007 [-] Xalles helps Asian businesses compete in international market
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06/13/2007 [-] German tycoon Leo Kirch files €1.2 billion suit against ex-Deutsche Bank CEO
06/13/2007 [-] Tiny Historic Schoolhouse Saved In Franklin
06/13/2007 [-] UK executive tipped for top Telecom post
06/13/2007 [-] Scandinavian airline operator SAS to sell Spanair, bmi and Air Greenland
06/13/2007 [-] Airbus Chief predicts delivery of 500 planes a year by 2010, La Tribune says
06/13/2007 [-] Most Asian markets fall, tracking Wall Street sell-off; Chinese shares continue rally
06/13/2007 [-] French automaker Renault reports worldwide slip of 4.2 percent in May
06/13/2007 [-] U.S. stocks head toward flat open ahead of economic data; bond yields rise
06/13/2007 [-] Ceridian shareholder says does not support sale at 'low price'
06/13/2007 [-] London Crowned World's Best Place for Business
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06/13/2007 [-] Economically inactive at new high
06/13/2007 [-] Worldspan Wins Stevie Award in 5th Annual American Business Awards
06/13/2007 [-] Three Directors/Audit Committee Members Of Transmile Resign
06/13/2007 [-] Banana-flavored Twinkies make a comeback
06/13/2007 [-] Robert Rubin calls for higher taxes on fund managers
06/13/2007 [-] China retail sales soar to 3-year high
06/13/2007 [-] Las Vegas caters to Asia's high rollers
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06/13/2007 [-] Detroit automakers blasted over fuel rules
06/13/2007 [-] S'pore may hit target output of 28b for precision engineering in 2010
06/13/2007 [-] Temasek acquires 10% stake in Vietnam seafood firm
06/13/2007 [-] Some Boston Scientific claims can proceed judge
06/13/2007 [-] Ceridian shareholder against sale at 'low price'
06/13/2007 [-] Jones Apparel near 950 mln Barneys deal report
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06/13/2007 [-] Alliance & Leicester names new CEO, says profit to match forecasts
06/13/2007 [-] Hong Kong shares dragged down by property stocks, rate-hike concerns
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06/13/2007 [-] Rand stable
06/13/2007 [-] Transnet pensioners get bonuses
06/13/2007 [-] Telkom ADSL users rocket
06/13/2007 [-] SA retail rise slows
06/13/2007 [-] Vodacom profits soar
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06/13/2007 [-] Banking woes hit FTSE as interest fears continue
06/13/2007 [-] Barclays to sweeten ABN bid report
06/13/2007 [-] UK's 'economically inactive' on the rise
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06/13/2007 [-] Rosneft to invest 1.2 bln in fleet for Far East shelf deposits
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06/13/2007 [-] Treasury note yield hits 5-year high, Dow falls 129 points
06/13/2007 [-] What Google sees in YouTube
06/13/2007 [-] Ford Sale of Land Rover, Jaguar brands possible
06/13/2007 [-] Bush weighs in on fraud case
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06/13/2007 [-] Worldwide energy usage climbs 2.4%
06/13/2007 [-] ComScore plans 80-million IPO
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06/13/2007 [-] Milan judge indicts four banks in Europe's largest corporate
06/13/2007 [-] Euro falls further against U.S. dollar on higher bond yields
06/13/2007 [-] Reports Turkmenistan allows Russia's Lukoil to work 3 Caspian Sea energy fields
06/13/2007 [-] EU suggests stepping up budget rules, involving national parliaments in monitoring
06/13/2007 [-] Sony confirms talks with Church of England on shooting video game
06/13/2007 [-] EU opens subsidy probe into French electricity tariffs for big companies
06/13/2007 [-] Downs adds wagering platforms
06/13/2007 [-] Asian stocks fall
06/13/2007 [-] Pathlab Expanding In Thailand And Indonesia, Plans For Bursa Listing
06/13/2007 [-] Bank of Russia foreign currency exchange rates for June 14
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06/13/2007 [-] Report SAS Group to shed subsidiaries, refocus on core business
06/13/2007 [-] Industrial tenants return to D.M. area
06/13/2007 [-] Forex analysts predict 12-month target of S1.47 against US dollar
06/13/2007 [-] Singapore shares close 0.29% lower
06/13/2007 [-] ETA signs contract with JW Marriott for Dubai Lifestyle City residences
06/13/2007 [-] Barclays looks to sweeten bid for Dutch bank ABN report
06/13/2007 [-] Technology giants campaign for energy-efficient computers
06/13/2007 [-] Dollar at 11-week high against euro in Asian trade
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06/13/2007 [-] Reliance scouts for US refineries
06/13/2007 [-] Google and Intel lead effort to cut power wasted by computers
06/13/2007 [-] Shake-up expected in newsroom at Wall Street Journal
06/13/2007 [-] Bebo and Apple set deal to sell music online
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06/13/2007 [-] Qld Treasury unveils $7b borrowing plan
06/13/2007 [-] Gunns to raise $50m in new share issue
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06/13/2007 [-] FTSE down on interest rate worries
06/13/2007 [-] A&L names Bennett CEO
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06/13/2007 [-] Barclays seen sweetening ABN offer
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06/13/2007 [-] Police name man hunted over businessman's knife murder
06/13/2007 [-] Organic farming doubles its share of European farmland since 1998 Eurostat
06/13/2007 [-] Jones Apparel near 950 mln Barneys deal report
06/13/2007 [-] Business briefs Notebaert to retire
06/13/2007 [-] Business owner allows dog to select job seekers
06/13/2007 [-] Verizon Wireless expands coverage
06/13/2007 [-] Motorola touts clearer crystal talk phones
06/13/2007 [-] Top Chinese union official blames foreign businesses for labor use
06/13/2007 [-] LME to launch physical steel futures from April '08
06/13/2007 [-] Bankruptcy for Chicago Athletic Association
06/13/2007 [-] Japan revises April industrial output downward to 0.2 percent drop
06/13/2007 [-] Tokyo stock market's main index slips 0.16 percent at close
06/13/2007 [-] Novartis gets EU approval for new flu vaccine
06/13/2007 [-] China's retail sales rise 15.9 percent in May
06/13/2007 [-] Spain's Inditex first-quarter net profit up 33 percent on strong sales, new openings
06/13/2007 [-] Dollar hits four year high in Asia on reduced fears of yen-carry trade unwinding
06/13/2007 [-] Hunt Spurs' business model would suit Bucks
06/13/2007 [-] Onex latest to join hunt for BCE
06/13/2007 [-] Old-fashioned thought competes with new business
06/13/2007 [-] Perils of a mortgage life policy
06/13/2007 [-] London named world's top business centre by MasterCard
06/13/2007 [-] Alcan signs long-term deal to supply Airbus
06/13/2007 [-] Hedge funds' hopes rise for China opening
06/13/2007 [-] - 'Spider-Man,' 'Transformers' and 'Pirates' toys battle for boys' attention
06/13/2007 [-] Hedge funds' hopes rise for China opening
06/13/2007 [-] Aftermarket Movers Neurocrine, Sapient
06/13/2007 [-] Small business blames high dollar, passport rules for bankruptcy
06/13/2007 [-] Japanese stocks fall 0.16 percent, led by real estate, utilities
06/13/2007 [-] Indo investors to vote on rule changes
06/13/2007 [-] Morning business news June 13
06/13/2007 [-] Oil falls as market waits on petrol data
06/13/2007 [-] Tech giants want greener computers
06/13/2007 [-] Greencore shares up, Carroll confirms stake
06/13/2007 [-] Rented accommodation down 20% Survey
06/13/2007 [-] Planning decision on IKEA store
06/13/2007 [-] JSE opens lower
06/13/2007 [-] Middle East businesswomen participates in women business leaders' summit in US
06/13/2007 [-] Euro slips 13.57 kopeks on MICEX
06/13/2007 [-] Dollar rises 6.09 kopeks on MICEX
06/13/2007 [-] London named world's top business center by MasterCard
06/13/2007 [-] Life 'worse' for quarter of elderly
06/13/2007 [-] Landlords 'using eviction loophole'
06/13/2007 [-] Vandals 'cost home-owners £400'
06/13/2007 [-] Energy customers paying too much
06/13/2007 [-] GlaxoSmithKline to launch obesity drug in US pharmacies report
06/13/2007 [-] ACC completes transition to software
06/13/2007 [-] UMW to invest US90m in new drilling rig


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