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08/07/2007 [-] DOE tightens rules on EIA consultants
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08/07/2007 [-] Investors to buy Icicle Seafoods
08/07/2007 [-] Stocks soar ahead of Fed meeting
08/07/2007 [-] Targeted Genetics defends handling of fatal test case
08/07/2007 [-] Fake Steve is really a technology editor at Forbes magazine
08/07/2007 [-] Deal for Acopia hits F5 shares
08/07/2007 [-] Clearwire tops expectations
08/07/2007 [-] Microsoft ruling overturned
08/07/2007 [-] Fun for less Xbox price falls
08/07/2007 [-] Labor super 'to cripple' small business
08/07/2007 [-] 2 Beach businesses off-limits to military
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08/07/2007 [-] Stocks regain some lost ground
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08/07/2007 [-] New York Times Moves To Smaller Format
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08/07/2007 [-] North to welcome Aer Lingus move
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08/07/2007 [-] Philippine share prices rebound on Wall Street recovery
08/07/2007 [-] Week-long petroleum industry strike ends in South Africa
08/07/2007 [-] Hong Kong beef traders end strike
08/07/2007 [-] Insurance chief visits flood areas
08/07/2007 [-] Stocks seen up after Wall St. bounce
08/07/2007 [-] Rio Tinto eyes 2 bln Malaysia plant
08/07/2007 [-] Stan Life sales beat forecasts
08/07/2007 [-] EasyJet revenues and traffic grow
08/07/2007 [-] High-Grade Corporate Bond Market Slows
08/07/2007 [-] Crude Oil Prices Continue to Decline
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08/07/2007 [-] Film fest features winning entries in iTuber video contest
08/07/2007 [-] Crapo will head task force on U.S. competitiveness
08/07/2007 [-] Business students invited to networking event
08/07/2007 [-] Boise attorney's pain inspires invention
08/07/2007 [-] WGI reports 2Q drop in earnings
08/07/2007 [-] Japanese business chiefs not worried over interest raise
08/07/2007 [-] 'You blew it,' student tells Obama
08/07/2007 [-] U.S. dollar higher against yen in midafternoon Tokyo trading
08/07/2007 [-] Crude oil prices continue to decline from record levels
08/07/2007 [-] Japan upbeat on employment in monthly economic report
08/07/2007 [-] Report Toyota targets global production of over 10 million vehicles
08/07/2007 [-] Global miner Rio Tinto in Malaysian venture to build aluminum smelter
08/07/2007 [-] Tokyo stock market's main index rises 0.04 percent
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08/07/2007 [-] 'Fake Steve' is Really A Tech Editor At Forbes
08/07/2007 [-] Bangkok Bank promotes investment in Vietnam
08/07/2007 [-] City company goes global with business education
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08/07/2007 [-] New HCC program teaches business of music
08/07/2007 [-] Google Hiring Local Contractors
08/07/2007 [-] UOB's Q2 profit up 32% on loan growth
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08/07/2007 [-] India Wal-Mart Wholesale Deal Set
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08/07/2007 [-] Construction activity deteriorates in July
08/07/2007 [-] - Stock Futures Rise Following Dow's Drop
08/07/2007 [-] Qld boosts $3b aluminium project
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08/07/2007 [-] Bureau of Standards to step up inspection of foreign toys -
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08/07/2007 [-] Man on benefit started up own business
08/07/2007 [-] Fannie Mae asks to buy more mortgages
08/07/2007 [-] Airline arrival delays worsen
08/07/2007 [-] 'New Chrysler' moves forward with changes
08/07/2007 [-] Fake Steve Jobs outed as editor at Forbes
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08/07/2007 [-] Farmers fear worst in disease outbreak
08/07/2007 [-] UAEs NBAD says needs to grow, eyeing mergers
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08/07/2007 [-] Robbers Steal Security Camera From West Side Business
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08/07/2007 [-] Construction activity sinks in July PCI
08/07/2007 [-] Bear Stearns Heir Apparent Tries to Restore Some Faith
08/07/2007 [-] Milberg Trial to Proceed
08/07/2007 [-] Spirit Airlines' rapid expansion at Fort Lauderdale airport has come with growing pains
08/07/2007 [-] Local companies No decline in export demand
08/07/2007 [-] Home Depot's former chief in driver's seat at Chrysler
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08/07/2007 [-] Asian stocks steady after Wall St rebound
08/07/2007 [-] Australian shares rise as Wall St rallies
08/07/2007 [-] AACo reports $5.9m first half profit
08/07/2007 [-] Territory to meet with Privat next week
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08/07/2007 [-] Putting the Clamps on Credit
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08/07/2007 [-] Akzo Raises Bid for British Chemical Company
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08/07/2007 [-] Business not convinced rate rise needed
08/07/2007 [-] Two books stress importance of intentions
08/07/2007 [-] ICI opens books after £8.1bn offer
08/07/2007 [-] Sir Angus Tait dies
08/07/2007 [-] Gold opens lower in Hong Kong
08/07/2007 [-] Sharp sues Samsung claiming infringement of LCD technology patents
08/07/2007 [-] General Motors to end U.S. Olympic team sponsorship after 2008
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08/07/2007 [-] Stocks stage recovery following US rebound
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08/07/2007 [-] PM Address to Business Luncheon Kuala Lumpur
08/07/2007 [-] Cuts in grants for computer research assailed
08/07/2007 [-] Businessman tells of 'sex abuse'
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08/07/2007 [-] MPs call for local business rates
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08/07/2007 [-] Minister against Auckland Airport sale
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08/07/2007 [-] Sharp sues Samsung for LCD patent infringement
08/07/2007 [-] Flight delays worst level in 13 years
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08/07/2007 [-] Gulf Island to join SP SmallCap 600
08/07/2007 [-] Google senior VP sells shares
08/07/2007 [-] Judge says Microsoft won't pay 1.5B
08/07/2007 [-] February V.I. visitor stats up overall, though some indicators slip
08/07/2007 [-] Wet summer hits retail sales
08/07/2007 [-] Gamblers borrowing to fuel habit
08/07/2007 [-] NW Natural and TransCanada announce pipeline for Oregon
08/07/2007 [-] Loan Standards Up As Defaults, Wall St. Hit Banks, Lenders
08/07/2007 [-] Bear Stearns may be attractive for JPM, BofA, HSBC
08/07/2007 [-] Dollar gains as Wall St rebounds
08/07/2007 [-] Axa increases buyback as profit rises
08/07/2007 [-] MacBank rebounds from 5.2b hole
08/07/2007 [-] Telstra network's shutdown setback
08/07/2007 [-] Captains of industry kick on with Hawks
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08/07/2007 [-] Daestra launches TracPlus, partners Earthstar
08/07/2007 [-] Electronics company pioneer Sir Angus Tait dies
08/07/2007 [-] NZ firm in tracking service partnership
08/07/2007 [-] New course launched for business students
08/07/2007 [-] Educational toys prey on parents' fears
08/07/2007 [-] CPSC investigates whether Fisher-Price told agency about lead in toys in a timely manner
08/07/2007 [-] Boeing rallies for Air Force tanker contract
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08/07/2007 [-] Wheeling Business Torn Down
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08/07/2007 [-] Police car crashes into Lake Oswego businesses
08/07/2007 [-] Showers bring relief to Iowa crops
08/07/2007 [-] Wynn Resorts' 2nd-quarter profits soar due to Macau casino
08/07/2007 [-] Missteps in Pequot investigation by SEC, Senate review finds
08/07/2007 [-] On-demand airline to use very light jets, smaller U.S. airports
08/07/2007 [-] United Parcel Service's 100-year anniversary approaches as company eyes future growth
08/07/2007 [-] Government Stops Funding Business School
08/07/2007 [-] RIL mulls putting gas field investments on hold
08/07/2007 [-] Judge overturns 1.5-billion-dollar ruling against Microsoft
08/07/2007 [-] Venture Capitalists Invest 7.1B In 2nd Quarter
08/07/2007 [-] VeriSign Laptop With Personal IDs Stolen
08/07/2007 [-] Tata Steel to buy 35% in Mozambique coal project
08/07/2007 [-] Meat businesses count costs
08/07/2007 [-] - Oil, Gas Plunge on Economic Worries
08/07/2007 [-] Economic woes send oil 3 lower
08/07/2007 [-] Business Briefing
08/07/2007 [-] Bank opens new branch office
08/07/2007 [-] Macau's record casino revenues challenge greater Las Vegas
08/07/2007 [-] Jet Airways to launch Ahmedabad-London flights
08/07/2007 [-] Netanya pork deli reopens for business after arson attack
08/07/2007 [-] Two Va. Beach businesses off-limits to servicemembers
08/07/2007 [-] SUVs assembled at GM Moraine plant continue popularity
08/07/2007 [-] Big FIIs lap up shares worth Rs 676 crore
08/07/2007 [-] Indian economic growth to overtake US, Japan
08/07/2007 [-] Businessman tells of 'sex abuse'
08/07/2007 [-] Mexican president disputes campaign financing allegations by businessman
08/07/2007 [-] American Express fined 65mln over money laundering
08/07/2007 [-] Judge overturns 1.5 bln ruling against Microsoft
08/07/2007 [-] Court in India rejects drug patent challenge
08/07/2007 [-] Flight delays this year are at worst level in at least 13 years
08/06/2007 [-] NZ sharemarket opens positively after rebound
08/06/2007 [-] Jade Software profit increases
08/06/2007 [-] NZX trading value up 15pc in July
08/06/2007 [-] 230 p.m. - Boisean a
08/06/2007 [-] Judge asked to dismiss shareholder suit against Coca-Cola
08/06/2007 [-] Music publishers join copyright infringement case against video-sharing site YouTube
08/06/2007 [-] US congressman promises priority treatment for Peru-US trade pact
08/06/2007 [-] Petrobras Suzano deal a major step in Brazil petrochemical consolidation
08/06/2007 [-] Judge reverses 1.5 billion judgment against Microsoft in digital music patent fight
08/06/2007 [-] Fake Steve Jobs blogger unmasked
08/06/2007 [-] Paul Allen to sell large chunk of DreamWorks stock
08/06/2007 [-] Paul Allen selling large stake in DreamWorks
08/06/2007 [-] Viewpoint Inertia and turmoil at APEC summit
08/06/2007 [-] Samsung Card profit climbs on debt relief
08/06/2007 [-] Lead teeters as output and recycling rise
08/06/2007 [-] World Bank earmarks 500 million for India
08/06/2007 [-] Markets slip on fears of U.S. slowing Asia
08/06/2007 [-] Seoul looks to 'financial big bang'
08/06/2007 [-] Bids escalate for Barneys New York
08/06/2007 [-] Japan Air reduces loss, cutting routes and staff
08/06/2007 [-] Around the Markets Singapore to back its dollar
08/06/2007 [-] Honda sales languish in an aging Japan
08/06/2007 [-] Forex traders bet on rates
08/06/2007 [-] A top Bear Stearns executive ousted
08/06/2007 [-] Telstra casts wide on bush bid
08/06/2007 [-] Bargain hunters starting to sniff
08/06/2007 [-] Sun-Times Group warns that it is no longer NYSE compliant
08/06/2007 [-] - New Chrysler CEO says he'll focus on restructuring
08/06/2007 [-] Old wheat genes find timely favour
08/06/2007 [-] Light rail expansion would gobble up homes, businesses
08/06/2007 [-] U.S. airlines on track for worst-ever year for delays
08/06/2007 [-] GMR Infra to set up Rs 2,300 cr SEZ in JV with TN govt
08/06/2007 [-] Thousands apply for jobs at Wal-Mart in Livonia
08/06/2007 [-] New boss, ownership take over at Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] Feds American Express fined 65M
08/06/2007 [-] Publix offers 7 free antibiotics
08/06/2007 [-] Pfizer wins US approval for new HIV drug
08/06/2007 [-] In Volatile Day, Stocks Reverse Friday's Losses
08/06/2007 [-] Reed Business Lay-offs at B C
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08/06/2007 [-] Climate change 'is everyone's business'
08/06/2007 [-] ResCare profit up nearly 3 percent
08/06/2007 [-] Kindred, Amerisource execs quit PharMerica board
08/06/2007 [-] Air Canada planes flew less full in July
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08/06/2007 [-] A new 'bad cop' is CEO at newly private Chrysler
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08/06/2007 [-] Uganda Government Stops Funding Business School
08/06/2007 [-] McDonald's Agrees to Sell Boston Market
08/06/2007 [-] NRIs to set up business school in Kochi Gulf round-up
08/06/2007 [-] A new 'bad cop' is CEO at newly private Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] Oregon Coast Aquarium praised in Parenting magazine
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08/06/2007 [-] Fire destroys family owned business in Blackstone
08/06/2007 [-] Paper makers post improved profits despite fires at home and floods abroad
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08/06/2007 [-] Manuel bullish about economy
08/06/2007 [-] Oil, gasoline futures fall sharply
08/06/2007 [-] Business 'optimistic about Dec quarter'
08/06/2007 [-] Dollar slides to four-month-low against euro
08/06/2007 [-] PayPal Co-Founder Introduces New Widget Apps
08/06/2007 [-] Crude ends day on down note
08/06/2007 [-] Fast Retailing offers 950M for Barneys
08/06/2007 [-] Bargain-hunting boosts stock market
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08/06/2007 [-] Military Places Two Virginia Beach Businesses 'Off-Limits'
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08/06/2007 [-] National City unit suspends home equity loan offers
08/06/2007 [-] Dell to acquire entertainment technology co, Zing Systems
08/06/2007 [-] Zimbabwe Police Planning Night Raids On Businesses in Manicaland
08/06/2007 [-] NZ$ picks up as greenback tumbles
08/06/2007 [-] Chrysler puts ex-Home Depot boss in driver's seat
08/06/2007 [-] Demand sees NZ dollar strengthening
08/06/2007 [-] eBulb's future bright, long
08/06/2007 [-] Oxmoor Toyota dealership to grow, fund roadway
08/06/2007 [-] U.S. crude futures drop more than 3/bbl
08/06/2007 [-] Oil slides 3 on economy worries
08/06/2007 [-] Coast Guard refund request to Lockheed, Northrop signals potentially wider problems
08/06/2007 [-] Dollar up against yen, down vs. other currencies ahead of Fed meeting
08/06/2007 [-] Energy, metals and agriculture futures fall amid concerns about U.S. economic strength
08/06/2007 [-] Wynn Resorts profits soar on opening of casino in Macau
08/06/2007 [-] IMF says Japan's economy should continue on favorable path for rest of year
08/06/2007 [-] Bush administration upholds phone ban in Qualcomm patent dispute
08/06/2007 [-] Venture capital invests 7.1 billion in 2nd quarter as dealmaking heats up
08/06/2007 [-] California investment firm buying Icicle Seafoods
08/06/2007 [-] US stocks rally back after beating
08/06/2007 [-] Business Tennessee List Top Companies
08/06/2007 [-] Illegal fishing charges shut down Oregon fishery shut down
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08/06/2007 [-] Boca's Sun Capital to buy Boston Market
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08/06/2007 [-] McDonald's agrees to sell Boston Market chain to Sun Capital
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08/06/2007 [-] Chinese officials to use global positioning satellites to ensure food safety during Olympics
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08/06/2007 [-] Kentucky Downs purchase complete
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08/06/2007 [-] PIA Hails NFIB Survey Showing Small Business Opposes Federal Regulation of Insurance
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08/06/2007 [-] BioCryst gets private placement funds
08/06/2007 [-] Curis expects 12.9M from placements
08/06/2007 [-] Vietnam Seafood Exports Soar 16 Percent To US2 Billion
08/06/2007 [-] 1920s Indy factory gets new life
08/06/2007 [-] Chrysler taps industry outsider for new era
08/06/2007 [-] European stocks extend losses on credit worries
08/06/2007 [-] Rand firmer in volatile market
08/06/2007 [-] Capitalizing on Quinceañeras
08/06/2007 [-] Local interest rates
08/06/2007 [-] National interest rates
08/06/2007 [-] Good deeds
08/06/2007 [-] Censorship not venues business
08/06/2007 [-] Big Three focus on labour concessions is futile, says CAW's Hargrove
08/06/2007 [-] SMTC refines debt to cut 1 million a year from interest costs
08/06/2007 [-] U.S. crude futures drop more than 3/bbl
08/06/2007 [-] F5 to buy Acopia for 210 million
08/06/2007 [-] Looking ahead in business
08/06/2007 [-] Icicle Seafoods being sold to private equity firm
08/06/2007 [-] GE sees business windfall with Beijing Olympics
08/06/2007 [-] Mass. should approve 3 gaming palaces
08/06/2007 [-] Is merger advice worth the price?
08/06/2007 [-] Subprime fallout deepens in Germany
08/06/2007 [-] Fortis investors approve ABN takeover
08/06/2007 [-] Chrysler looks to former Home Depot chief to turn around its fortunes
08/06/2007 [-] New technology would store carbon underground
08/06/2007 [-] Art Center honors 'distinguished' board members
08/06/2007 [-] Workbytes Most workers say boss is like TV's Sam Malone
08/06/2007 [-] Stocks Rise After Friday's Plunge
08/06/2007 [-] Younkers owner tops retailers list
08/06/2007 [-] Principal Bank launches new transfer service
08/06/2007 [-] Dean of Drake's law school to step down
08/06/2007 [-] Governor names Iowa energy czar
08/06/2007 [-] New era at Chrysler begins under new CEO
08/06/2007 [-] McDonald's to sell Boston Market
08/06/2007 [-] OC announces Graduate School of Business
08/06/2007 [-] Autodesk to buy maker of Mudbox software
08/06/2007 [-] Correction PayPal co-founder story
08/06/2007 [-] 'Open Source Business Model' Takes on a New Meaning with the Open Business Foundation
08/06/2007 [-] 'Bharti model will help small traders better their business'
08/06/2007 [-] Chrysler's new CEO declines to detail compensation
08/06/2007 [-] IDF Holds Business Seminar for PA Merchants
08/06/2007 [-] BlueScope Steel's new chief executive plucked from the ranks
08/06/2007 [-] Simulation approach aids business
08/06/2007 [-] Jabil splits business operations
08/06/2007 [-] Business Briefs 8.06.07
08/06/2007 [-] Arsenal Business Technology Partnership
08/06/2007 [-] Davie bank strives for workplace stability, balance
08/06/2007 [-] Frederick's bank history preserved
08/06/2007 [-] Banks go from fee feast to starvation rations
08/06/2007 [-] Lateline Business Ali Moore speaks with Shale Oil Executive Chairman Chris Ryan
08/06/2007 [-] U.N. food agency announces Afghanistan cereal production more than doubles in six years
08/06/2007 [-] Sun Capital Partners to buy Boston Market restaurant chain from McDonalds
08/06/2007 [-] QA Coke and the 2008 Beijing Olympics
08/06/2007 [-] Coke targets China, Olympics
08/06/2007 [-] Alarm at broadband cost
08/06/2007 [-] Rising Star Testing himself in real estate
08/06/2007 [-] Aftr building 'house of plastic,' couple faces drastic changes to stay afloat
08/06/2007 [-] Cousins Properties sells office building
08/06/2007 [-] Publix to offer 7 popular prescription antibiotics for free in competition for customers
08/06/2007 [-] Wal-Mart reaches deal with Indian company to enter India
08/06/2007 [-] Russia agrees Afghan debt relief
08/06/2007 [-] 1102 a.m. - New hay and forage directory available
08/06/2007 [-] Casino could blanket state Gambling OK may bring on feeding frenzy
08/06/2007 [-] Stocks Rise After Friday's Market Plunge
08/06/2007 [-] Suppliers expect the New Chrysler to be thrifty
08/06/2007 [-] 1104 a.m. - BSU plans business networking event
08/06/2007 [-] GLI praised by chamber executive group
08/06/2007 [-] Dutch Lottery rolls the Dice on Green Business...Collect your prize
08/06/2007 [-] Vietnamese Businesses Join Hands For Electricity Production In Laos
08/06/2007 [-] Spacewalks a risky business, Hadfield says as shuttle countdown underway
08/06/2007 [-] Business Davao posts P1.79B tax collection in Q2
08/06/2007 [-] Danger on the job at printing business
08/06/2007 [-] RBSs Dutch bid faces crucial funding vote by Fortis investors
08/06/2007 [-] China opens military industry to private businesses
08/06/2007 [-] Business N. Mindanao rice production rises 2%
08/06/2007 [-] Botswana Businessman Bounces Cheques
08/06/2007 [-] Gold drags JSE down
08/06/2007 [-] Bear Stearns shares tumble 7 pct
08/06/2007 [-] Institute to train financial planners
08/06/2007 [-] KTB did not invest in sub-prime debt
08/06/2007 [-] Big-spending agency to reform itself
08/06/2007 [-] GMM appoints CD seller
08/06/2007 [-] FTC Evanston hospital merger anticompetitive
08/06/2007 [-] Nardelli to bring 'new perspective' to Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] How green is your PC?
08/06/2007 [-] F-22 Raptor's arrival brings criticism and big price tag
08/06/2007 [-] LaSorda welcomes new boss Nardelli
08/06/2007 [-] Nardelli, LaSorda welcome workers to new beginning
08/06/2007 [-] Ford cuts warranty expenses by 700 million
08/06/2007 [-] Nardelli plans to bring 'new perspective' to Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] Countrywide, broker debt-protection costs rise
08/06/2007 [-] Florida No. 2 on two pre-forclosure lists
08/06/2007 [-] CalPERS Investing Plan Upsets Environmentalists
08/06/2007 [-] Asia-Pacific Business News Week August 03, 2007
08/06/2007 [-] SeaWorld hotel completes 27 million makeover
08/06/2007 [-] Blog AirTran to add flights from Indy to Vegas
08/06/2007 [-] Business runs on people skills, not gadgets
08/06/2007 [-] BusinessCast August 6, 2007
08/06/2007 [-] Stocks Waver At Open Following Friday's Plunge
08/06/2007 [-] Rural banks urged to add value to their business
08/06/2007 [-] Oil, Gas Prices Off on Economic Worries
08/06/2007 [-] NUS creates benchmark for hotels to compare energy use
08/06/2007 [-] SPEAKING FREELY When tariffs encourage free trade
08/06/2007 [-] World's first carbon-free city
08/06/2007 [-] Marketing strategies compiled in book
08/06/2007 [-] Most Asian markets drop in wake of Wall Street's plunge
08/06/2007 [-] Indian outsourcing company Wipro in US600 mln deal to buy US services firm Infocrossing
08/06/2007 [-] Russian president calls for more transparency for foreign investment in oil industry
08/06/2007 [-] Oil, gas futures fall sharply on economic worries, profit-taking
08/06/2007 [-] Investor's Business Daily The Wrong Party
08/06/2007 [-] Sawmills stranded by funiture makers
08/06/2007 [-] Morning Business Newsbriefs Delphi Union Talks, Northwest Airlines Bonus, Ethics and Lobbying Reform
08/06/2007 [-] Russian diamond giant Alrosa may launch Armenia jewelry business
08/06/2007 [-] Almost Family shares shoot higher on profit news
08/06/2007 [-] Stocks waver after Friday's plunge
08/06/2007 [-] Nardelli, U of L grad, to run Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] British manufacturing output climbs in June
08/06/2007 [-] World Bank chief praises Vietnam's war on poverty
08/06/2007 [-] Ex-Home Depot Boss to Lead New Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] Stocks Waver After Friday's Plunge
08/06/2007 [-] Train drivers vote to shut down Germany's rail network
08/06/2007 [-] Pilots at German airline LTU vote to strike
08/06/2007 [-] Polish fact-finders visit Learning Light
08/06/2007 [-] ULD's Go Thermal For Cargo Carriers
08/06/2007 [-] Barloworld sells US truck, vacuum technology units
08/06/2007 [-] Baseball means business in Marion
08/06/2007 [-] HeidelbergCement says 1st-half profit surged
08/06/2007 [-] EMI Group says revenue at constant rates fell 5.1 percent
08/06/2007 [-] Stocks fluctuate in early trading following Dow's 2 percent drop on Friday
08/06/2007 [-] Cooper Tire swings to 2Q profit on record sales and cost cuts
08/06/2007 [-] E.On wins EU backing to buy Viesgo and Endesa power assets
08/06/2007 [-] European markets struggle, most Asian indexes drop after Wall Street's plunge
08/06/2007 [-] Chip maker Infineon terminates CFO's contract, brings back predecessor
08/06/2007 [-] Italian regulator clears way for LSE takeover of Borsa Italiana
08/06/2007 [-] Bonds flat
08/06/2007 [-] Rand hangs on to gains
08/06/2007 [-] Wal-Mart and Bharti to launch wholesale stores in India
08/06/2007 [-] Rail Row Union Votes for German Railway Strike
08/06/2007 [-] Blackberry helps Celcom achieve higher ARPU
08/06/2007 [-] Q2 GDP growth for Singapore may come in weaker than 8.2%, say economists
08/06/2007 [-] Steep rise in motor claims hits underwriting profits of general insurers
08/06/2007 [-] Asia faces talent shortage in internal audit, business finance
08/06/2007 [-] Great Eastern posts 47% rise in H1 profit to S278m
08/06/2007 [-] The Rochester makes record sales for District 5 properties
08/06/2007 [-] Keppel Land bags residential site in Shenyang for S62m
08/06/2007 [-] Keppel Corp units win deals worth S150m from repeat customers
08/06/2007 [-] Egypt shares down on negative sentiment, profit taking
08/06/2007 [-] Areva to pay Niger 32 mln dividend advance government
08/06/2007 [-] Copper sinks to five-week low on US growth fears
08/06/2007 [-] Morgan Stanley in UK nursing home deal
08/06/2007 [-] BNP Paribas appoints new Aussie, NZ head
08/06/2007 [-] NZ's CDL has strong first half
08/06/2007 [-] One Wilshire building in L.A. is sold
08/06/2007 [-] Bear Stearns executive resigns
08/06/2007 [-] Wal-Mart, Bharti finalize joint venture for India
08/06/2007 [-] Spirit Airlines delays should be corrected
08/06/2007 [-] Green business spurs growth for energy consultants
08/06/2007 [-] Suspended dentist could soon be back in business
08/06/2007 [-] Botulism fears prompt green bean recall
08/06/2007 [-] Nardelli, LaSorda welcome workers to new era
08/06/2007 [-] 08/03 Deaths in Central Florida
08/06/2007 [-] Hitachi's disk business is still losing money
08/06/2007 [-] UPDATE 1-Verizon Business reports rise in quarterly revenue
08/06/2007 [-] Commission to fight damages decision
08/06/2007 [-] F5 Networks buying Acopia for 210M
08/06/2007 [-] Shares of Fuel-Tech plunge on 2Q slip
08/06/2007 [-] German industrial orders surge
08/06/2007 [-] ICI takeover moves a step closer
08/06/2007 [-] UK electrical group offloads leisure division
08/06/2007 [-] S.Africa's 1time airline to list on local bourse
08/06/2007 [-] S.Africa economic policies to offset c/a risks government
08/06/2007 [-] Nigerian Transcorp says IPO 36.2 pct subscribed
08/06/2007 [-] Harmony expects Q4 headline loss between 130-160 cts
08/06/2007 [-] AfDB loans 50 mln for Africa satellite link
08/06/2007 [-] Opinion Germany Right to Put Culture Before Business in Africa
08/06/2007 [-] Handbury fancies magazine return
08/06/2007 [-] Healthscope tip top after 'super' year
08/06/2007 [-] Pariah tag hurts case of One.Tel pair SC
08/06/2007 [-] Newmont wants to be biggest in gold in the world
08/06/2007 [-] MacBank loses 5.2b more
08/06/2007 [-] Stocks Climb After Friday's Plunge
08/06/2007 [-] July tractor sales down
08/06/2007 [-] EU bans British meat
08/06/2007 [-] IMF report optimistic overall
08/06/2007 [-] Ex-Ford CEO, interested in buying Land Rover, Jaguar, to visit plants
08/06/2007 [-] Macquarie Fortress fund loses 25% value
08/06/2007 [-] Council warns businesses about 'Age of Sale' change
08/06/2007 [-] Our crass business ethos cannot survive
08/06/2007 [-] Arab Science & Technology Foundation and Intel launch '2nd Arab Technology Business Plan Competition'
08/06/2007 [-] Bear Stearns axes top official
08/06/2007 [-] On board to compete
08/06/2007 [-] Three-month plan will help get you living on a budget
08/06/2007 [-] College graduate should pay down her student loans
08/06/2007 [-] Take steps to help get your finances in order
08/06/2007 [-] American Home Mortgage files for bankruptcy protection
08/06/2007 [-] Profit for Brazil's Bradesco soars 43 percent in 2Q on increased lending
08/06/2007 [-] Lufthansa studying first-ever economy sleeper cabin
08/06/2007 [-] 'The Future of Business An 8-Dimensional View'
08/06/2007 [-] Bio-lobbyists want Orlando presence
08/06/2007 [-] Disney and Universal tailor attractions abroad to prevent culture shock
08/06/2007 [-] Futures rise, nervous market looks to Fed
08/06/2007 [-] American Home Mortgage files for bankruptcy
08/06/2007 [-] Nissan to add automatic safety brakes to cars
08/06/2007 [-] Revealed The secret writer of the 'Fake Steve' Jobs blog
08/06/2007 [-] Indian law on generic drugs is upheld
08/06/2007 [-] Efforts to block out lead trinkets fails in U.S.
08/06/2007 [-] Novartis suffers patent setback in India
08/06/2007 [-] Fortis shareholders approve ABN Amro takeover bid
08/06/2007 [-] Asia markets take another hit after Wall Street slide
08/06/2007 [-] Tokyo stocks close lower due to US shares' declines
08/06/2007 [-] New Zealand stock market continues slump
08/06/2007 [-] Six-nation work group to discuss energy aid for North Korea
08/06/2007 [-] World Bank president praises Vietnam's poverty reduction
08/06/2007 [-] Pilots at two German airlines vote to strike
08/06/2007 [-] Positive export expected in Q3
08/06/2007 [-] Thai shares closes down 2.61%
08/06/2007 [-] PM notified of Bannavit's inappropriate actions
08/06/2007 [-] Rand recovers
08/06/2007 [-] JSE perks up
08/06/2007 [-] ICI set to go Dutch
08/06/2007 [-] CBI report highlights job growth
08/06/2007 [-] ITV is turning corner after slump
08/06/2007 [-] Knight Why I'm quitting
08/06/2007 [-] Co-op's Chinese connection
08/06/2007 [-] Spanish central bank says economy grew 4 percent in second quarter
08/06/2007 [-] SkyePharma warns on Flutiform asthma treatment
08/06/2007 [-] Stock futures rise following Dow's 2 percent drop on Friday
08/06/2007 [-] London's FTSE-100 index up 14.55 points at 6,238.80
08/06/2007 [-] Oil prices decline on speculative selling; near US74 a barrel
08/06/2007 [-] Poland's jobless rate estimated slightly lower at 12.2 percent in July
08/06/2007 [-] EU to appeal court decision ordering compensation for Schneider takeover ban
08/06/2007 [-] Japanese retailer raises Barneys bid
08/06/2007 [-] Japan firm in Barneys counter-bid
08/06/2007 [-] Nissan to offer self-lifting gas pedal, tests drunken driving prevention
08/06/2007 [-] Businesses Count Loses to Bad Roads
08/06/2007 [-] LaSorda welcomes new boss Nardelli to Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] Barclays sets up banking battle for Dutch group ABN Amro
08/06/2007 [-] Fortis wins initial approval for ABN purchase
08/06/2007 [-] EMI says first-quarter revenue down 5.1 pct
08/06/2007 [-] JAL cuts losses sixfold in first quarter
08/06/2007 [-] Defending National Interests German Government Wants to Buy 'Golden Share' in EADS
08/06/2007 [-] Yorkshire model for business growth
08/06/2007 [-] Wikipedia says it's politically neutral, but it's blocked in China
08/06/2007 [-] Publicis Groupe moves to create worldwide digital ad network
08/06/2007 [-] Akzo Nobel raises bid for paint maker ICI
08/06/2007 [-] Mortgage maze may create further foreclosures
08/06/2007 [-] Global Sales of Strategic Services Fuel Continued Revenue Growth for Verizon Business
08/06/2007 [-] Business Success at Risk With Email Downtime Headaches
08/06/2007 [-] Business Wants to Grow 'Greener' Lawns Organically
08/06/2007 [-] INS Bioscience spending RM6m to promote brand
08/06/2007 [-] Integrated Logistics records lower pre-tax profit
08/06/2007 [-] P.I.E Industrial's net profit jumps 39.9%
08/06/2007 [-] Sepangar Port operator says teething problems being overcome
08/06/2007 [-] UMC issues upbeat business forecast
08/06/2007 [-] Do Not Abscond From Social Duties, Businesspeople Told
08/06/2007 [-] LUKoil dismisses charges of price fixing in U.S.
08/06/2007 [-] U.K. investment co. Lion Capital LLP to buy Russian juice maker
08/06/2007 [-] Highlights of the business week ahead
08/06/2007 [-] Wal-Mart, India's Bharti sign cash-and-carry deal
08/06/2007 [-] EU bans British meat and mi
08/06/2007 [-] Infineon to lower state in Qimonda
08/06/2007 [-] EX-NICK EXEC WINS BACKING
08/06/2007 [-] TRUMP MORTGAGE FLOP TIED TO CREDENTIALS FLAP
08/06/2007 [-] FIXER-YUPPERS
08/06/2007 [-] NEW BIG AT BEAR
08/06/2007 [-] IT'S WAR! FAST LIFTS BARNEYS BID BY 50M
08/06/2007 [-] Fortis wins initial approval for ABN buy
08/06/2007 [-] Ex-Home Depot boss picked to head Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] European Shares Open Lower
08/06/2007 [-] Stock Futures Rise Following Dow's Drop
08/06/2007 [-] Petrol prices lowest in four months
08/06/2007 [-] SMALL-BUSINESS COURSE Taking it to the next level
08/06/2007 [-] Little means a lot when rebalancing
08/06/2007 [-] Players delve into social issues
08/06/2007 [-] Technology helps soldiers heal
08/06/2007 [-] Google Checkout simple but it's no PayPal
08/06/2007 [-] South Africa Bank Flags Women's 2010 Business Opportunities
08/06/2007 [-] Tesco tightens grip on bid
08/06/2007 [-] Delta Two faces Sainsbury board pressure report
08/06/2007 [-] Small local book publishers unlock niche markets
08/06/2007 [-] Hong Kong, Singapore down
08/06/2007 [-] EMI says first-quarter revenues down
08/06/2007 [-] UK factories shrug off problems
08/06/2007 [-] BAA wins injunction against Heathrow protest
08/06/2007 [-] Factory output up for 4th month running
08/06/2007 [-] Endless summer for school students
08/06/2007 [-] Tata Consultancy targets finance clients in growth push
08/06/2007 [-] Retired executives share expertise through YourEncore
08/06/2007 [-] Bonds remain soft
08/06/2007 [-] Sappi earnings up
08/06/2007 [-] Treasury more optimistic than IMF
08/06/2007 [-] India relations critical Mbeki
08/06/2007 [-] Car registrations up in July
08/06/2007 [-] Clampdown on Businesses Was Inevitable
08/06/2007 [-] BIZ BUZZ Foreclosures could increase
08/06/2007 [-] Antique shop has more than furniture
08/06/2007 [-] Donors fund hospital innovations
08/06/2007 [-] EATING THE BOTTOM LINE
08/06/2007 [-] Oil extends drop below 75 on economy worries
08/06/2007 [-] ICI opens books to Akzo after raised 16.3 bln bid
08/06/2007 [-] Kenyan shilling little changed vs dollar, trade slow
08/06/2007 [-] Europe shares pare losses; M&A counters credit woes
08/06/2007 [-] S.Africa inflation risks on upside IMF
08/06/2007 [-] S.Africa won't impose windfall tax on synfuel firms
08/06/2007 [-] Bank of Russia foreign currency exchange rates for August 7
08/06/2007 [-] Quinlan pays 200m for Dutch offices
08/06/2007 [-] ICI rethink after improved approach
08/06/2007 [-] Galway biofuels firm's 10m funding
08/06/2007 [-] Barclays kicks off ABN Amro bid
08/06/2007 [-] Aer Lingus switch sparks jobs fears
08/06/2007 [-] More US worries hit stock markets
08/06/2007 [-] Oil prices decline further in Asian trading
08/06/2007 [-] Wall Street awaits rate decision from Federal Reserve
08/06/2007 [-] ITV continues big-name results schedule
08/06/2007 [-] FIVE THINGS About diversifying a firm
08/06/2007 [-] Financial headlines Delphi reaches tentative union deal
08/06/2007 [-] CARE AND CONVENIENCE Retail sweetens hospital profits
08/06/2007 [-] Auto leaders ponder future
08/06/2007 [-] Concours d'Elegance gets glamorously damp
08/06/2007 [-] Singapore shares plunge 3.7% in nervous dealings
08/06/2007 [-] Teck Cominco says still pursuing acquisitions
08/06/2007 [-] Oilsands fever shows no sign of slowdown after week of 38 billion in deals
08/06/2007 [-] CORRECTED ICI opens books after improved 16.3 bln Akzo bid
08/06/2007 [-] Oil extends drop below 75 on economy worries
08/06/2007 [-] ICI opens books to Akzo after raised 16.3 bln bid
08/06/2007 [-] U.S. stock futures rise, suggest respite before Fed
08/06/2007 [-] KLCI closes down 44.52 points Monday
08/06/2007 [-] Housing downturn saps area economy
08/06/2007 [-] Invention not just for highchairs
08/06/2007 [-] Study Orlando not seen as a cheap trip
08/06/2007 [-] Back to school with full backpacks
08/06/2007 [-] Small-business calendar
08/06/2007 [-] Fountain to spring up at Etowah
08/06/2007 [-] Affinitiv announces Executive Knowledge Series to help businesses improve performance
08/06/2007 [-] Drowning in debt Couple faces drastic changes to stay afloat
08/06/2007 [-] Taxes can influence asset allocation
08/06/2007 [-] Biz Books
08/06/2007 [-] Manager Minute
08/06/2007 [-] The myth of the surge suppressor
08/06/2007 [-] In fast-changing workplace, liberal education an advantage
08/06/2007 [-] Quick Take
08/06/2007 [-] Shifting from pens to PINs has perils
08/06/2007 [-] Airlines look to cash in on where passengers sit.
08/06/2007 [-] They Said
08/06/2007 [-] Big Money Backs Renewables Europe No. 1 in Sustainable Energy
08/06/2007 [-] Key day for ABN Amro takeover battle
08/06/2007 [-] Shares dip on global credit woes
08/06/2007 [-] Manufacturing output rises in June
08/06/2007 [-] Pepsi claims Illinois contract in latest cola battle
08/06/2007 [-] - UAW, Automakers Enter New Contract Talks
08/06/2007 [-] FTSE dips, tracking Wall St. on credit concerns
08/06/2007 [-] European shares fall amid credit market worries
08/06/2007 [-] S.Africa's blue chip Top-40 falls 1.9 pct
08/06/2007 [-] Dollar hits 15-year low vs basket of currencies
08/06/2007 [-] Strike shuts S.Africa's largest oil refinery
08/06/2007 [-] Sappi says Q3 earnings per share 23 US cents
08/06/2007 [-] EU Commission prepares official export ban
08/06/2007 [-] Hang Seng drops 2.67 pre cent on US woes
08/06/2007 [-] CORRECTED ICI opens books after improved 16.3 bln Akzo bid
08/06/2007 [-] Daimler- The British connection
08/06/2007 [-] Chrysler losses widen at Daimler
08/06/2007 [-] Dollar falls against yen in Asian trading on continued subprime loan worries
08/06/2007 [-] New firm keeps ex-Maytag talent
08/06/2007 [-] MODEL OF EFFICIENCY
08/06/2007 [-] Time for fresh approach to egg labelling Buyers want clarity before shelling out
08/06/2007 [-] Data Points Wireless technology has made telecommuting more popular, survey shows
08/06/2007 [-] Longtime resident carries on business traditions
08/06/2007 [-] Gold price 'to surge over US1,000'
08/06/2007 [-] Gold price to surge above US1,000 mark
08/06/2007 [-] Dollar slips 10.34 kopeks on MICEX
08/06/2007 [-] Euro rises 15.89 kopeks on MICEX
08/06/2007 [-] Hotel guests pick the Ritz
08/06/2007 [-] Lost in translation
08/06/2007 [-] Tasmanian bridges safe
08/06/2007 [-] Ideas For Dealing With Truly Irritating Co-Worker
08/06/2007 [-] Malaysia's Proton eyes Egypt as springboard to Africa, Middle East
08/06/2007 [-] Chipmaker Infineon to lower state in Qimonda to less than 50 percent by 2009
08/06/2007 [-] Tokyo stock market index falls 0.39 percent
08/06/2007 [-] China's shares hit new high for second straight session
08/06/2007 [-] NZ tries to resist sharemarket plunge
08/06/2007 [-] Airport international traffic continues to grow
08/06/2007 [-] Asteron launches "ethical" KiwiSaver fund
08/06/2007 [-] AGRI fund offer extended for six weeks
08/06/2007 [-] TFN economic and business calendar to Friday Aug 17
08/06/2007 [-] Bloggers seeking to form a labor union
08/06/2007 [-] Chrysler names Nardelli as CEO
08/06/2007 [-] Herb sweetens lives in Paraguay
08/06/2007 [-] Anxious investors looking for relief
08/06/2007 [-] California plans PPO report cards
08/06/2007 [-] Antitrust now a battleground for Google and foes
08/06/2007 [-] Bonds on back foot
08/06/2007 [-] Rand off worst levels
08/06/2007 [-] JSE opens lower
08/06/2007 [-] Nedbank earnings up
08/06/2007 [-] The week in business
08/06/2007 [-] IATA criticises different tax rates at budget airline terminals
08/06/2007 [-] Malaysia's Proton eyes Egypt as springboard to Africa
08/06/2007 [-] Online vigilantism saps scammers time, energy
08/06/2007 [-] China's Tsingda Century Education Expects Strong Growth in Its Online Education Business; Eyes IPO
08/06/2007 [-] Fiat to buy 100,000 Chery engines a year recognizing Chinese technologies and quality
08/06/2007 [-] Tourist watch
08/06/2007 [-] UPS is nearing 100-year milepost
08/06/2007 [-] A winning idea developing athletes one at a time
08/06/2007 [-] Drugstore clinics treating minor ailments in 9 states
08/06/2007 [-] Businesses join hands for electricity production in Laos
08/06/2007 [-] World Bank president begins visit to fast-growing Vietnam
08/06/2007 [-] Singapore shares down 3.7% in morning trade
08/06/2007 [-] OCBC says it has S650m in exposure to CDOs
08/06/2007 [-] Wal-Mart, India Bharti set to announce India deal
08/06/2007 [-] Cerberus taps Nardelli to run Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] ICI tentatively agrees to sweetened Akzo offer report
08/06/2007 [-] Cerberus names Nardelli CEO of Chrysler reports
08/06/2007 [-] European shares open down
08/06/2007 [-] ICI seen tentatively agreeing to sweetened Akzo offer
08/06/2007 [-] RUXX investment index set to open 0.15% down
08/06/2007 [-] Banks' correspondent accounts with CBR decline 1.4%
08/06/2007 [-] House of plastic cards collapses for couple
08/06/2007 [-] Pink plastic lawn ornament beats odds to take wing anew
08/06/2007 [-] Lenders trying to personalize plastic
08/06/2007 [-] Bear Stearns hedge-fund exec resigns
08/06/2007 [-] Microsoft's 'Halo' faces its toughest test yet
08/06/2007 [-] Former Blockbuster executive takes Napster post
08/06/2007 [-] Sorry, you'll have to wait for the DVD
08/06/2007 [-] Helping cut fraud risks for Internet businesses
08/06/2007 [-] Artistic mouse puts on airs
08/06/2007 [-] 3-D Web views of space center to show off new photo technology
08/06/2007 [-] Roar of new Asia tiger Vietnam
08/06/2007 [-] Clinical trials in spotlight in wake of death
08/06/2007 [-] Zero-down mortgage? Big lenders saying no
08/06/2007 [-] Austereo's Joyce goes to Fairfax company
08/06/2007 [-] Cue Energy approached for merger
08/06/2007 [-] Argo books record profit, upbeat for '08
08/06/2007 [-] Teck Cominco on hunt for acquisitions
08/06/2007 [-] Credit is important, and so is knowing your credit score
08/06/2007 [-] Watch out for overdraft fees, theft and online orders
08/06/2007 [-] US auto parts company Delphi reaches labor deal, clears obstacle to emerge from bankruptcy
08/06/2007 [-] Tokyo stock market's main index falls 0.39 percent
08/06/2007 [-] Germany's Munich Re reports rise in 2Q net profit
08/06/2007 [-] Top 10 Movies Other films left chasing 'Bourne'
08/06/2007 [-] Monday water cooler Wasting work time, Politics in the office,
08/06/2007 [-] Resumania One mistake can doom your resume
08/06/2007 [-] Dollar, kiwi fall vs yen on credit worries
08/06/2007 [-] Gold off 1-week high, Tokyo dips on firmer yen
08/06/2007 [-] Oil extends decline, falls 1 pct on poor US data
08/06/2007 [-] Malaysia's Proton says studying Egypt car assembly
08/06/2007 [-] Shanghai copper tumbles 3 percent on risk worries
08/06/2007 [-] Newmont sees gold price approaching 750/ounce
08/06/2007 [-] Nedbank lifts H1 headline EPS by 34 pct
08/06/2007 [-] Rand softer, to remain under pressure
08/06/2007 [-] 8. Housing developer clinches deal with Armed Forces
08/06/2007 [-] Baht flat move
08/06/2007 [-] SET down 2.6%
08/06/2007 [-] Central Plaza Ladprao Project Transparency and Rule of Law
08/06/2007 [-] Rising credit costs crimp debt-fueled stock buybacks
08/06/2007 [-] Bridging the college-money gap not impossible
08/06/2007 [-] Philippine share prices down 2.84 per cent on Wall Street woes
08/06/2007 [-] JAL's net, operating losses narrow in April-June period
08/06/2007 [-] Indonesia seeks explantion from China over seafood ban
08/06/2007 [-] Samsung's power outage casts shadow over its flash-memory output
08/06/2007 [-] Airlines look to cash in on where passengers sit
08/06/2007 [-] Barclays launches 89 bln ABN takeover offer
08/06/2007 [-] Ex-Home Depot Chief to Take Reins at Chrysler
08/06/2007 [-] Many local businesses find smoking ban makes sense
08/06/2007 [-] Barclays launches 89 bln ABN takeover offer
08/06/2007 [-] Paris is tired of media, wants home with a gate
08/06/2007 [-] Voters Politicians ignore retirement
08/06/2007 [-] Credit worries wreck stocks
08/06/2007 [-] SunTrust promotion features donations
08/06/2007 [-] Gone fishing
08/06/2007 [-] SKorea expects 367B in exports
08/06/2007 [-] Nardelli heading to Detroit
08/06/2007 [-] Got local milk? Jersey cows get their own brand
08/06/2007 [-] Labs eyed in cattle disease


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