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08/18/2007 [-] A new chapter at Ann & Hope
08/18/2007 [-] Skype glitch highlights competition
08/18/2007 [-] Wine drinkers find a Napa experience
08/18/2007 [-] Rail transit backers have banner day
08/18/2007 [-] Nigeria Businessman Calls for Better Business Climate in Delta
08/18/2007 [-] China to appoint top panel for safety
08/18/2007 [-] State fair barn to honor Deere dealer
08/18/2007 [-] Market for pirated CDs, DVDs thriving in South Africa
08/18/2007 [-] Shell evacuates workers due to Dean
08/18/2007 [-] D.M.'s Olson takes first in pork cook-off
08/18/2007 [-] Unemployment rate is higher throughout Northern SJ Valley
08/18/2007 [-] BusinessCast August 18, 2007
08/18/2007 [-] Marina adjusts noise, water traffic after complaints
08/18/2007 [-] Fed's 'symbolic' move helps calm Wall Street
08/18/2007 [-] CH2M Hill wins 10 million Oregon mental hospitals contract
08/18/2007 [-] Few Heard Ticking Credit Time Bomb
08/18/2007 [-] Fall calms jittery investors
08/18/2007 [-] Coffeyville refinery has restarted most units
08/18/2007 [-] Heads Up Coffeyville refinery operating again
08/18/2007 [-] Criss Angel Denies Sex-Romp With Britney Spears ... Just Business!
08/18/2007 [-] VW agrees pay deal in Mexico, averts strike
08/18/2007 [-] Colorado Jobless Rate Climbs To 3.8 Percent
08/18/2007 [-] Free Business Counseling Offered
08/18/2007 [-] Resources for students looking to start a business
08/18/2007 [-] Yahoo puts faith in ever-changing Smart Ads
08/18/2007 [-] Critics skeptical of buzz over GM's latest electric car
08/18/2007 [-] Old rule still holds magic for stranded air travelers
08/18/2007 [-] Cold war, with twist, coming to Chicago
08/18/2007 [-] Amid market angst, be calm, cool, invested
08/18/2007 [-] Designer Dellacasa sues developer Related Group
08/18/2007 [-] PIF extends 40 million dollars for Saudi private sector
08/18/2007 [-] Shamil Bank Q2 profits hit record 53.2 million US dollars
08/18/2007 [-] Wisconsin ranks 23rd in cost of doing business
08/18/2007 [-] Judges compete on X factor
08/18/2007 [-] Hindalco re-appoints KM Birla
08/18/2007 [-] Hindalco re-appoints Kumar Mangalam as director
08/18/2007 [-] Nickel price promising for Anglo
08/18/2007 [-] Xcel may be looking at leasing new downtown building
08/18/2007 [-] Concern over hurricane fuels energy-price rebound
08/18/2007 [-] Self-employed business owners see illegal immigration as serious issue
08/18/2007 [-] Collins gives millions for math, science
08/18/2007 [-] Congo revokes one Tullow Oil exploration licence
08/18/2007 [-] Fraud charges may add to firms' subprime woes
08/18/2007 [-] China says may be world's No.2 exporter this year
08/18/2007 [-] Market woes show need for more transparency Merkel
08/18/2007 [-] ECB says German, European economies healthy
08/18/2007 [-] Business Owners Balk about Cancelling Halloween in Castro District
08/18/2007 [-] Strike at Portugal ariports flights delayed
08/18/2007 [-] FTC asks delay in Wild Oats sale
08/18/2007 [-] Markets Quake, and a ?Neutral? Strategy Slips
08/18/2007 [-] Knight Transportation says dividends coming
08/18/2007 [-] Fed steps in to bolster economy
08/18/2007 [-] Results looking up at Bombardier
08/18/2007 [-] Business park may attract 20,000 E.V. jobs
08/18/2007 [-] National business briefs Adelphia shareholders suffer setback
08/18/2007 [-] Cellphone contracts expensive to break
08/18/2007 [-] Panel warns no easy road to safer imports
08/18/2007 [-] Stocks surge after Fed lowers discount rate
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08/18/2007 [-] Richland aims to help local businesses
08/18/2007 [-] Rate cut helps world markets, too
08/18/2007 [-] Fed's rate cut well received
08/18/2007 [-] County jobless rate hits 2-year high
08/18/2007 [-] Feds file fraud charges in Brocade case
08/18/2007 [-] U.S. agency swamped with visa applications
08/18/2007 [-] Regulators have yet to weigh in on Dell accounting woes
08/18/2007 [-] Gun-shy FDA slows drug OKs
08/18/2007 [-] The risky business of cell phone ads
08/18/2007 [-] Men Join Nip, Tuck, Botox Set
08/18/2007 [-] Firestone Vineyard announces sale
08/18/2007 [-] ANALYSIS Bernanke makes friends cutting discount loan rate
08/18/2007 [-] Fed acts, stocks soar WALL STREET A day of elation in a roller-coaster week
08/18/2007 [-] Moraine Delphi plant to close; 315 to lose jobs
08/18/2007 [-] Textile business at the peak
08/18/2007 [-] West Bank businessmen invest in Palestinian politics
08/18/2007 [-] How airlines are wooing business travellers
08/18/2007 [-] Cancer advisory panel urges regulation, increased taxes on tobacco products
08/18/2007 [-] Siemens corruption probe widens to Indonesia, China report
08/18/2007 [-] Public can comment on bus access for disabled
08/18/2007 [-] Buy now for long-term investments, says economist
08/18/2007 [-] 2 insurers retreat on bid to raise homeowner rates
08/18/2007 [-] Technology Rocks Walkie-talkies for chat and alerts
08/18/2007 [-] If game is ready, why not sell it?
08/18/2007 [-] Jobless rates rise for state, Orlando
08/18/2007 [-] In end, AirTran may be better off, analysts say
08/18/2007 [-] Darden beaming after deal
08/18/2007 [-] Starbucks opens in Moscow
08/18/2007 [-] Northwest Airlines may be eventual owner of Midwest
08/18/2007 [-] Fed lends hand in credit crunch
08/18/2007 [-] Local job picture is gloomy
08/18/2007 [-] Text of Federal Reserve statement
08/18/2007 [-] Federal Reserve cuts key rate to calm markets
08/18/2007 [-] 20. Modenas poised to increase market share
08/18/2007 [-] America's Day Of Reckoning
08/18/2007 [-] Business Globe launches cellphone equipment technology
08/18/2007 [-] Business Sun Life introduces new products in Bacolod
08/18/2007 [-] Hurricane threatens to boost gas prices
08/18/2007 [-] Business Farmers foresee livelihood opportunities
08/18/2007 [-] Business Batuhan Cebu coop eyes berry market
08/18/2007 [-] Business Bakeshop to use coffee shop fad
08/18/2007 [-] Business ICT strategic plans mulled
08/18/2007 [-] Nocera Quant Funds Wobble
08/18/2007 [-] For Stocks, What a Difference a Simple Rate Cut Makes
08/18/2007 [-] Californians rush to pull money out of Countrywide Coke
08/18/2007 [-] Coca-Cola to open cash can
08/18/2007 [-] Artist's Arrest After Block Party Steals Spotlight From Businesses
08/18/2007 [-] Business City finance office boosts tax collection
08/18/2007 [-] Illinois bankruptcies rise in step with nation
08/18/2007 [-] Business Angeles, Mabalacat main manpower source for Clark
08/18/2007 [-] Business Trade industry holds forum on business counseling
08/18/2007 [-] Nowadays, Juanes loves L.A.
08/18/2007 [-] LAZARD BOSS BETS THE HOUSE
08/18/2007 [-] HEDGE WOES HIT ART MART
08/18/2007 [-] REALTY BIGS BUY VIRGIN MEGASTORES
08/18/2007 [-] LENDING LIFELINE
08/18/2007 [-] BLOCKBUSTER IS CLOSING IN
08/18/2007 [-] Army is to move 32 jobs from N.J.
08/18/2007 [-] Xerox subsidiary acquires Marbaugh Reprographics
08/18/2007 [-] ALL ABOUT JENNA'S 'BUSINESS' PARTNER
08/18/2007 [-] L.A. car show gains ground
08/18/2007 [-] Asia may emerge unruffled by rout
08/18/2007 [-] The Fed buys some time to rebuild confidence
08/18/2007 [-] Still in pain despite big gain
08/18/2007 [-] State jobless rate hits highest level in two years
08/18/2007 [-] Owner plans to keep Verizon center as entertainment venue
08/18/2007 [-] Texas firm buys Elkhart-based manufacturer
08/18/2007 [-] Business New post-harvest facility opened to boost corn yield in Sarangani
08/18/2007 [-] Business N. Cotabato goat breeders join Kadayawan festival
08/18/2007 [-] Whirlpool to keep parts center in Newton
08/18/2007 [-] Romania shows interest in Jafza's unique business model
08/18/2007 [-] Darden to pay 1.19 billion for Rare restaurants
08/18/2007 [-] Darden Restaurants gets a bigger bite of the steakhouse market
08/18/2007 [-] US subprime crisis could yet visit UK
08/18/2007 [-] Schahet seeks zoning approval for planned hotel
08/18/2007 [-] Arni's to open restaurant on Northeastside
08/18/2007 [-] Campaign aims to curb foreclosures
08/18/2007 [-] Hampton Place is home to diverse, cozy community
08/18/2007 [-] Fed moves to relieve credit strain
08/18/2007 [-] Indiana No. 36 in business costs
08/18/2007 [-] Property that neighbors stadium lists for 3.9M
08/18/2007 [-] Recycler gives e-junk new life
08/18/2007 [-] Fed stems bleeding on Wall Street
08/18/2007 [-] Grassley gives countries' diplomats a taste of Iowa
08/18/2007 [-] Tighter supplies send gas higher for holiday
08/18/2007 [-] How to anticipate the cost of adopting
08/18/2007 [-] FORMAT WAR II
08/18/2007 [-] Rate cut perks up Wall Street
08/18/2007 [-] Bulldog Computers open for business
08/18/2007 [-] Start A Home Business Selling Items On Ebay
08/18/2007 [-] Business bosses throw support behind Gül
08/18/2007 [-] Executive check-up, a pit stop for businessmen
08/18/2007 [-] 19. Biotech would bring added value to Iskandar Development Region
08/18/2007 [-] 8. Toys 'R' Us pulls vinyl bibs as precaution
08/18/2007 [-] Finding Hot Selling Items for eBay Auctions
08/18/2007 [-] Chinese police stop monkey business
08/18/2007 [-] Push for lower prices partly to blame for Chinese toy makers problems
08/18/2007 [-] China defends its food safety
08/18/2007 [-] Getting Your Business Found Online
08/18/2007 [-] Vodafone to spend 1.8 bln to grow India unit
08/18/2007 [-] Dollar falls after Fed action ends week of active trading
08/18/2007 [-] Fuel economy a costly battle
08/18/2007 [-] Vodafone to expand India unit paper
08/18/2007 [-] Nokia seeks U.S. ban of Qualcomm imports
08/18/2007 [-] Exec Pleads Guilty In Oil-For-Food Scheme
08/18/2007 [-] Buzz on business Talent show-style process used in hiring
08/18/2007 [-] Stocks rebound after Federal Reserve cuts lending ratePost a Comment
08/18/2007 [-] CardioNet files for 150 million IPO
08/18/2007 [-] Casting Crowns, Tree63 deliver powerful Christian sounds
08/18/2007 [-] Corn festival set at Christ the King
08/18/2007 [-] Czech police confiscate fugitive businessman's 30m crowns press
08/18/2007 [-] Business center sold at 71 million
08/18/2007 [-] Ready-to-go unit gives satellite radio a rich sound
08/18/2007 [-] Gumdrop morphs into iMac jet
08/18/2007 [-] Computer cookies aren't necessarily crummy
08/18/2007 [-] Check up on those who check
08/18/2007 [-] Credit worries won't vanish despite moves, analysts say
08/18/2007 [-] Safeco Field is a gadget-friendly stadium
08/18/2007 [-] FTC appeals decision on Whole Foods
08/18/2007 [-] Fed makes a rate cut; another on the way?
08/18/2007 [-] Skype Outage Continues For Some, Businesses Affected
08/18/2007 [-] Brasch committed to business, community, arts
08/18/2007 [-] Discount rate cut earns Fed chief 'A' from investors
08/18/2007 [-] Advertising goes mobile
08/18/2007 [-] Customers needn't worry
08/18/2007 [-] Sampling of notable transactions this year
08/18/2007 [-] Private equity firm buy half of NCL Corp.
08/18/2007 [-] Transactions set off hot South Florida commercial real estate market
08/18/2007 [-] Toys recalled because of lead and magnets still available online
08/18/2007 [-] County-by-county unemployment rates
08/18/2007 [-] Lawrence County entices big business
08/18/2007 [-] Nokia files claims against Qualcomm
08/18/2007 [-] Nokia urges U.S. to bar imports of Qualcomm chip sets
08/18/2007 [-] Anxiety spreads to commodities
08/18/2007 [-] Fungus infection killed Targeted Genetics patient
08/18/2007 [-] Ford seeks 70 engineers for hybrid program
08/18/2007 [-] Lead footers recall old drag races
08/18/2007 [-] 19% hike OK'd for Medigap policies
08/18/2007 [-] SUMMER EMPLOYMENT Young people learn skills, confidence for working world
08/18/2007 [-] Business news in briefs
08/18/2007 [-] General Motors says yen undervalued
08/18/2007 [-] Malaysia's UMW Q2 net profit jumps 71 pct on improved auto ...
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08/18/2007 [-] Melbourne man elected mortgage association president
08/18/2007 [-] Unemployment up again in Brevard - 4.5 percent
08/18/2007 [-] Fed move boosts stocks
08/18/2007 [-] Army order means 30 DRS jobs
08/18/2007 [-] Bottled water, cavities linked
08/18/2007 [-] Russia Sale of Some Yukos Assets
08/18/2007 [-] China Production Pace Slows
08/18/2007 [-] Britain Retail Sales Post Gain
08/18/2007 [-] Russia Industrial Output Slows
08/18/2007 [-] Australia Qantas Reports a Jump in Profit
08/18/2007 [-] Fed gets message, lowers key rate
08/18/2007 [-] Countrywide Bank works to reassure clients
08/18/2007 [-] Cingular can't force customers to waive class-action rights, court rules
08/18/2007 [-] Businesses break for water main
08/18/2007 [-] Co-owners receive 10-year sentences
08/18/2007 [-] Federal regulators appeal decision on Whole Foods
08/18/2007 [-] Lender lays off thousands
08/18/2007 [-] Wyoming prepared for supercomputer
08/18/2007 [-] Mortgage mess not easy to clean up
08/18/2007 [-] Education molds leaders
08/18/2007 [-] CH2M Hill awarded big dig
08/18/2007 [-] Baby Einstein founder stands behind child videos
08/18/2007 [-] Ho Chi Minh City to host intl construction expo
08/18/2007 [-] Housing slump idles Calif. construction workers
08/18/2007 [-] ConAgra CEO's pay package 13 million
08/18/2007 [-] Sentinel Management files for bankruptcy
08/18/2007 [-] Al Awadi named CEO of DEDC
08/18/2007 [-] Fears about demand drive oil, gas futures down
08/18/2007 [-] A future in show business
08/18/2007 [-] China begins building new nuclear plant, 1st in country's northeast
08/18/2007 [-] Home construction hits 10-year low
08/18/2007 [-] EBays Skype Web phone service falters for second day
08/18/2007 [-] Getaway winner enjoying area
08/18/2007 [-] Musical Mastery, Maybe
08/18/2007 [-] Latest Genealogy Tools Create a Need to Know
08/18/2007 [-] Verona seeks 1M for business update
08/18/2007 [-] Economy Friday
08/18/2007 [-] Sentinel files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
08/18/2007 [-] Business Books Author applies economics to life and dating
08/18/2007 [-] Overseas banks in China report sharp business growth
08/18/2007 [-] Boeing to host tanker rally today
08/18/2007 [-] Bombardier outlook bright, analysts say
08/18/2007 [-] Bombardier outlook bright as business segments doing well, s
08/18/2007 [-] Fed action could help stem economic troubles
08/18/2007 [-] Home Depot agrees to pay 10M in hazardous waste dumping lawsuit
08/18/2007 [-] US jury awards family 25.8M in wrongful death lawsuit against Walgreens pharmacy
08/18/2007 [-] New boutique opens doors for business
08/18/2007 [-] Businessmen invest in politics
08/18/2007 [-] Polygamy prosecutions leave unfinished business in Colorado City
08/18/2007 [-] Crews raid Valley business owned by TV personality
08/18/2007 [-] State keeps business costs steady
08/18/2007 [-] Summary Box Northwest Airlines could eventually own Midwest
08/18/2007 [-] AirTran gives up bid to acquire Midwest Airlines
08/18/2007 [-] Midwest Airlines management, employees approve buyoutPost a Comment
08/18/2007 [-] Fed forced to act again as stock markets tumble around the world
08/18/2007 [-] Good Leadership, Necessary Changes To Succeed In Business
08/18/2007 [-] Wheeling-Pitt in line for capital infusion
08/18/2007 [-] Telephone work from home fits the bill for many
08/18/2007 [-] Toys 'R' Us finds lead in bibs
08/18/2007 [-] Photographs Chinese Businesses in Africa
08/18/2007 [-] Bush not to halt Mexico truck plan
08/18/2007 [-] China policy paper touts safety record
08/18/2007 [-] Barbie doll's cost rose little since '59
08/18/2007 [-] China rips noodle industry
08/18/2007 [-] AT&T Cell Phone Service Suit to Proceed
08/18/2007 [-] Cost of doing business in Pa. dropped in 2006
08/18/2007 [-] Road work jams businesses, motorists
08/18/2007 [-] DOMA 'startled' by 200th murder mark -
08/18/2007 [-] CAL launches new PoS office -
08/18/2007 [-] UH business school makes top-20 list
08/18/2007 [-] Secret Step by Step Guide to starting and running a Successful online Business
08/18/2007 [-] Google, Viacom lawsuit takes comic turn
08/18/2007 [-] Multimillion-dollar homes under construction in Peoria
08/18/2007 [-] Toys R Us Stops Selling Lead-Tainted Bibs
08/18/2007 [-] Sentinel files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
08/18/2007 [-] Sale snag threatens Indian tycoon's dream castle
08/18/2007 [-] Toys 'R' Us Stops Selling Lead-Tainted Bibs
08/18/2007 [-] Fearing Slide in Economy, Fed Cuts Its Discount Rate
08/18/2007 [-] Dell restating over 4 years of earnings in audit probe
08/18/2007 [-] Subaru Adds More Power To Tribeca
08/18/2007 [-] Many Global Markets Rebound After Fed Acts
08/18/2007 [-] Rate Cut Adds Respect For Bernanke
08/18/2007 [-] CBRE Realty Finance Appoints A New CEO
08/18/2007 [-] FTC Appeals Whole Foods' Green Light
08/18/2007 [-] Pickets March At Health Firm
08/18/2007 [-] Pratt Offers Raise, Not Job Security
08/18/2007 [-] Dodd Stresses Credit Crisis
08/18/2007 [-] Back-To-School Wish Lists Get Personal
08/18/2007 [-] Slicing Into Profits
08/18/2007 [-] Jamaica an offshore financial
08/18/2007 [-] Hawaii Is Costliest State for Business
08/18/2007 [-] Business welcomes NSW budget
08/18/2007 [-] Hip Hop Stars Understand The Real Business Models For The Music Industry
08/18/2007 [-] Impact of B.C. forestry strike deepens with lock out, layoffs, production cut
08/18/2007 [-] Is Apple's iPhone Rollout Smart Business?
08/18/2007 [-] Questions Surround Wall Street Worries
08/18/2007 [-] Class action lawsuit over AT&T cell phone service to proceed
08/18/2007 [-] US mortgage lender First Magnus cuts nearly all of its employees
08/18/2007 [-] Groceries, union reach tentative contract deal
08/18/2007 [-] More Fed rate cuts may be ahead
08/18/2007 [-] How ratings firms' calls fueled subprime mortgage meltdown
08/18/2007 [-] How much should you save? That depends
08/18/2007 [-] Distilled spirits use high tech to hit sweet spot
08/18/2007 [-] ICANN North Korea to get Internet code this year
08/18/2007 [-] India's largest bank to sell Fidelity MFs
08/18/2007 [-] Cruise's label secures US500 mil. in financing
08/18/2007 [-] Sequoia raises US300 mil. for India investments
08/18/2007 [-] Sinopec to open US2.7 bil. chemical plant in 2009
08/18/2007 [-] Hong Kong economy grows 6.9% on spending
08/18/2007 [-] Oil prices rebound, London back above US70 a barrel
08/18/2007 [-] Taipei shares close down 1.35 percent
08/18/2007 [-] Euro hits slumps to near 10-month low against yen
08/18/2007 [-] Japan's Nikkei 225 index plunges 5.4%
08/18/2007 [-] Nokia asks The International Trade Commission to bar United States import of Qualcomm chips
08/18/2007 [-] Corporate America braces for impact as markets fall
08/18/2007 [-] Hewlett-Packard profit rises 29 percent, beating estimates
08/18/2007 [-] Countrywide's clients pull funds over financial woes
08/18/2007 [-] Bear Stearns to cut 240 subprime jobs
08/18/2007 [-] Skype Some users can connect again
08/18/2007 [-] Mitsukoshi, Isetan in merger talks
08/18/2007 [-] Borse Dubai bids US4 bil. for Nordic OMX
08/18/2007 [-] Dell to restate more than four years of earnings as part of internal probe
08/18/2007 [-] D-Link agrees to pay royalties to Network-1 to end patent lawsuit
08/18/2007 [-] Coldwell Banker unworried by United States housing, and eyeing Asia
08/18/2007 [-] Japanese shirtmaker sews in fan to beat heat with air-conditioned chic
08/18/2007 [-] Inventec Appliances denies charges its execs involved in insider trading
08/18/2007 [-] NT rises most in more than a year
08/18/2007 [-] Shares seen testing 8,000 on foreign selling
08/18/2007 [-] Study Minnesota drops out of most expensive states for business
08/18/2007 [-] Minnesota drops out of most expensive states for business
08/18/2007 [-] What to do with recalled Mattel toys
08/18/2007 [-] Best Western aims at doubling Asia operations
08/18/2007 [-] CanWest gets Australian TV nod
08/18/2007 [-] Ford fuel-cell car breaks speed records
08/18/2007 [-] Business Digest Nebraska radio stations have been sold
08/18/2007 [-] Safety shouldn't be driven by crises
08/18/2007 [-] Stock Market Back On Its Feet, For Now
08/18/2007 [-] New analyst, new take on Microsoft
08/18/2007 [-] There's No Business Like War Business
08/18/2007 [-] Office chatter is biggest work distraction survey
08/18/2007 [-] Japanese oil firm seeks to make Singapore third global hub
08/18/2007 [-] Kellogg, General Mills may find Post cereal brands appetizing
08/18/2007 [-] - California unemployment rises in July
08/18/2007 [-] Webel-SL in JV with Singapore's Micro Power
08/18/2007 [-] US moves a step closer to allowing Mexican trucks full access to US highways
08/18/2007 [-] Warren Buffett's company buys 1.4 million more shares of No. 2 US railroad
08/18/2007 [-] Carestream Health names board members
08/18/2007 [-] Health on National Insurance rejig agenda
08/18/2007 [-] The Keys to Effective and Efficient Communication
08/18/2007 [-] ABC News RBA Governor confident Aust business sector will ride out US credit crisis
08/18/2007 [-] Industry confident that Tas housing market will weather global upsets
08/18/2007 [-] SA business booming Rann
08/18/2007 [-] Paris back in business
08/18/2007 [-] Central banks just doing what they do daily
08/18/2007 [-] S.D. unemployment news mixed
08/18/2007 [-] Inflation drops to 4.05%
08/18/2007 [-] Rate rise boosts variable mortgages
08/18/2007 [-] Symond finds success as Aussie dream lives on
08/18/2007 [-] Fed Tries To Calm Market Turmoil
08/18/2007 [-] Northrop Grumman awarded contract to develop truck-mounted laser weapon
08/18/2007 [-] 17. HP quarterly profit up 29%
08/18/2007 [-] 16. Countrywide draws down US11.5bil
08/18/2007 [-] 15. GHope sees CPO hovering at RM2,300 to RM2,400
08/18/2007 [-] 14. E&O Prop to buy land and building
08/18/2007 [-] 13. Selling pressure spills over to commodities
08/18/2007 [-] 12. Hunza engages British consultant for project
08/18/2007 [-] 11. Synergy Drive on track for listing
08/18/2007 [-] 10. New on the market
08/18/2007 [-] 9. Apollo injecting US1b cash into NCL
08/18/2007 [-] 8. Boustead a legacy with 179-year track record
08/18/2007 [-] 7. Target to sell 500 units of Santa Fe CRDi
08/18/2007 [-] 6. Bullish outlook for palm oil
08/18/2007 [-] 5. Elite commercial hub in the making
08/18/2007 [-] 4. Great opportunity for bargain-hunting
08/18/2007 [-] 3. Another day of heartbreak for investors
08/18/2007 [-] 2. Veteran appointed COO of Resorts
08/18/2007 [-] 1. Dow surges on Fed discount rate cut
08/18/2007 [-] Local businessman pleads guilty to defrauding EPISD
08/18/2007 [-] Bendis steps down from firm moving to China
08/18/2007 [-] PM Learn business skills from Kelantanese women
08/18/2007 [-] Business group joins Budget row
08/18/2007 [-] Oil, Gas Up on Hurricane Dean Worries
08/18/2007 [-] Skype outage continues, business users affected
08/18/2007 [-] International stock market quotations
08/18/2007 [-] London Stock Exchange quotations
08/18/2007 [-] US Treasury 'Hammer' loath to make a big hit
08/18/2007 [-] Putting a charge into GM's image
08/18/2007 [-] A can't-lose proposition for CEOs
08/18/2007 [-] Our chairman was murdered
08/18/2007 [-] The Conrad Black Trial Down to the Twelve
08/18/2007 [-] Interview with Frank Giustra
08/18/2007 [-] The Black Trial The next fight begins
08/18/2007 [-] The Black Trial The deal breakers
08/18/2007 [-] The Black Trial What's the joint like?
08/18/2007 [-] The Black Trial A titan's downfall
08/18/2007 [-] The Black Trial Justice in a strange land
08/18/2007 [-] The Black Trial Down with Black's ship
08/18/2007 [-] The Black Trial Telling man from myth
08/18/2007 [-] Bayer's cash, clout to boost new ZymoGenetics product
08/18/2007 [-] Mortgage mess creates lending drought
08/18/2007 [-] Baosteel in pact with Visa for Orissa plant
08/18/2007 [-] New businesses jump 5.8 percent in July
08/18/2007 [-] - Borse Dubai Launches Bid for OMX
08/18/2007 [-] Borse Dubai launches cash takeover bid for Swedenrsquo;s OMX
08/18/2007 [-] Congress to link AMT, new tax
08/17/2007 [-] “Integrate corporate communications with business enterprise”
08/17/2007 [-] Where's the web video gold rush?
08/17/2007 [-] The Days of the Yen Carry Trade May Be Ending
08/17/2007 [-] Two More Raleigh County Businesses Hit by Vandals
08/17/2007 [-] BP refinery faces 'firestorm' on Lake Michigan dumping plans
08/17/2007 [-] RIL tricks Govt by goldplating KG Basin
08/17/2007 [-] Pollution has Mexico in need of jeans therapy
08/17/2007 [-] Privacy breaches force online bill-payment company out of business
08/17/2007 [-] Online conversation State of health care
08/17/2007 [-] Shadow Graphix to meet with new neighbors
08/17/2007 [-] Hampton Inn planned for Northwestside
08/17/2007 [-] There's no business like 'war business'
08/17/2007 [-] Hamilton businessman jailed for tax evasion
08/17/2007 [-] Onyx director exercises options
08/17/2007 [-] Autodesk shares jump on revised outlook
08/17/2007 [-] Alvarion shares jump
08/17/2007 [-] SP affirms ratings on Dell
08/17/2007 [-] Variant Semiconductor raises buyback OK
08/17/2007 [-] Sector Glance Handset makers rise
08/17/2007 [-] Cisco gets new credit facility
08/17/2007 [-] Spotlight Denis Hennequin, chief of the European division of McDonald's
08/17/2007 [-] Agencies fall short of small business contracting goals
08/17/2007 [-] Beer is political king in Wisconsin statehouse
08/17/2007 [-] Richmond's Column Back On Line--Must be Okay to Be Gay
08/17/2007 [-] Food on the Internet Tastes Like Chicken
08/17/2007 [-] Sun Set on Server Business?
08/17/2007 [-] Grocery workers, local supermarkets reach tentative agreement on contract
08/17/2007 [-] Sonoma County unemployment up
08/17/2007 [-] Gasoline, oil futures are lower
08/17/2007 [-] Toys 'R' Us pulls vinyl bibs as precaution against lead problems
08/17/2007 [-] Nilekani, Parekh in Business Leaders Forum
08/17/2007 [-] Apple, AT&T Hit With Second iPhone Lawsuit
08/17/2007 [-] Bush heading to Canada for summit, business seeks concessions for Canada
08/17/2007 [-] Stocks surge after Fed brings new hope
08/17/2007 [-] Fed action signals won't neglect global role
08/17/2007 [-] Canadian dollar boosted as side effect of U.S. credit move
08/17/2007 [-] British music publisher EMI Group says it will delist Sept. 18
08/17/2007 [-] Fed engineers rate cut, encourages market, raises Bernanke's rep with investors
08/17/2007 [-] U.S. stocks gain after Federal Reserve lowers rate it charges banks for loans
08/17/2007 [-] European markets rally after Fed action
08/17/2007 [-] U.S. subprime lender NovaStar Financial cuts 37 percent of work force
08/17/2007 [-] Hawaii tops list as costliest U.S. state for business
08/17/2007 [-] U.S. credit markets cheered by Fed move
08/17/2007 [-] Report Louisiana areas hit by hurricanes Katrina, Rita still lack jobs
08/17/2007 [-] Column Fed moves to shore up Wall Street doesn't erase subprime and credit worries
08/17/2007 [-] Analysis Fed engineers rate cut, encourages market, raises Bernanke's rep with investors
08/17/2007 [-] American Airlines sues Google over use of trademarks in triggering keyword ads
08/17/2007 [-] Chevron refinery operating while fire investigated
08/17/2007 [-] Storm damages property, disrupts business
08/17/2007 [-] Now at the movies Videogames
08/17/2007 [-] Region's jobless rate spikes in July
08/17/2007 [-] Wayans Bros. Pull Out Of Oakland Film Studio Deal
08/17/2007 [-] SEC Charges Former Brocade CFO With Fraud
08/17/2007 [-] Next wave in subprime mess could be fraud charges
08/17/2007 [-] Mattel says return toys directly to the company
08/17/2007 [-] Rail land likely to free up from toll NZ
08/17/2007 [-] NZ dollar up after Fed move, stock markets better
08/17/2007 [-] Future of Utah mine search uncertain after cave-in kills 3 rescuers; miners' fate unknown
08/17/2007 [-] Fed cuts discount rate by one-half percentage point
08/17/2007 [-] Hawaii again tops list as costliest state for business
08/17/2007 [-] SEC files civil charges against former Brocade CFO in options case
08/17/2007 [-] Darden's deal can give it larger 'steak' in casual dining market
08/17/2007 [-] Governor Rendell Requests U.S. Small Business Administration Assistance for Allegheny, Westmoreland Counties
08/17/2007 [-] Auction planned for 60 Altamonte Springs condos, townhomes and villas
08/17/2007 [-] With acquisition, Darden anticipates opening up to 100 restaurants a year
08/17/2007 [-] AirTran execs keep quiet this morning after failed Midwest bid
08/17/2007 [-] Pearlman's attorney asks court for 6-month trial delay
08/17/2007 [-] Mortgage lender HomeBanc lays off 183 people
08/17/2007 [-] State unemployment rate up 0.4 percent in July
08/17/2007 [-] Housing market proving difficult for fire officials
08/17/2007 [-] Visa Steel, China's Baosteel in JV for ferro chrome unit
08/17/2007 [-] China Seeks to Regain Confidence on Food Safety
08/17/2007 [-] MTV to invest in gaming business
08/17/2007 [-] Toys 'R' Us stops bib sales as a precaution
08/17/2007 [-] BP evacuates Gulf of Mexico workers
08/17/2007 [-] Deal may join Midwest, Northwest
08/17/2007 [-] Countrywide, other lenders rally on Fed rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] Wal-Mart sells 2.75 bln debt in 2 parts source
08/17/2007 [-] Toys 'R' Us stops bib sales as a precaution
08/17/2007 [-] The democratization of plastic surgery
08/17/2007 [-] Egypt searches for a balance that rewards risk-takers while valuing the past
08/17/2007 [-] Consumer confidence in U.S. cools as spending starts to slow
08/17/2007 [-] BNP claims limited subprime exposure
08/17/2007 [-] Market turbulence acts as wake-up call and maybe an end to easy mergers
08/17/2007 [-] Yen carry trade falling from favor
08/17/2007 [-] Borse Dubai makes 4 billion cash offer for OMX
08/17/2007 [-] FTC looks to block Whole Foods/Wild Oats merger
08/17/2007 [-] Feds slash interest rate to stem market losses
08/17/2007 [-] Man Uses Crowbar To Break Into Beach Business
08/17/2007 [-] Business group to honor Tom Frost for building S.A.-Mexico ties
08/17/2007 [-] Better Business Bureau warns of foreclosure 'rescue' scams
08/17/2007 [-] Kids learn business skills early on
08/17/2007 [-] Gafi to help small business
08/17/2007 [-] N.C. ranks 31st-most expensive for business
08/17/2007 [-] ILS Names George Zdravecky Vice-President of e-Business Solutions
08/17/2007 [-] California cheaper than five states for the cost of business
08/17/2007 [-] Hawaii ranked as costliest state for doing business
08/17/2007 [-] American Airlines Statement Regarding a Business Dispute With Google
08/17/2007 [-] Kentucky's business costs below national average
08/17/2007 [-] Fed delivers unexpected rate cut to calm markets
08/17/2007 [-] US marketing expert has high hopes for Vietnamese economy
08/17/2007 [-] Overclock Your Ears
08/17/2007 [-] Starwatch Consumer Missouri, Kansas college savings plans get high marks
08/17/2007 [-] Ex-tourism director for Missouri opens public relations firmPost a Comment
08/17/2007 [-] Open country should keep supplying milk at cost
08/17/2007 [-] Wesfarmers could take a run at Warehouse, leeming
08/17/2007 [-] First take iWork '08
08/17/2007 [-] Stock market boost after US rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] California unemployment rises in July
08/17/2007 [-] Local business women to meet, form coalition
08/17/2007 [-] Poland's TP telecoms giant fined by competition watchdog
08/17/2007 [-] Zimbabwean VPs daughter marries Spanish businessman report
08/17/2007 [-] Polygamy prosecutors see unfinished business in fight against unlawful marriages
08/17/2007 [-] FTSE soars back above 6,000
08/17/2007 [-] Study Business Users All Thumbs on iPhone
08/17/2007 [-] Gold firm, but seen vulnerable to further losses
08/17/2007 [-] Gold climbs as Fed calms markets
08/17/2007 [-] Metals Gold spikes higher as Fed Reserve Board credit rate cut ...
08/17/2007 [-] Politics as Business
08/17/2007 [-] Enforce existing laws says credit sector
08/17/2007 [-] Kiwi claws back some losses
08/17/2007 [-] 5.30pm Markets Update
08/17/2007 [-] HP revenue up 16% in Q3
08/17/2007 [-] - Asian Markets Fall; Tokyo Down 5.4 Pct
08/17/2007 [-] Tokyo shares dive 5.4%
08/17/2007 [-] Regulator requires actions by utility
08/17/2007 [-] Ontario surplus 2B more than predicted
08/17/2007 [-] Credit market unease will benefit well-capitalized lenders Quest Capital
08/17/2007 [-] A review of economic statistics this week.
08/17/2007 [-] Bank of Canada refrains from cash injection
08/17/2007 [-] Air travel security charges nets 80 million for federal coffers
08/17/2007 [-] U.S. Federal Reserve cuts discount rate by one half-percentage point
08/17/2007 [-] Tackling investment jitters like game of Whac-a-Mole, economist says
08/17/2007 [-] AIG Investments take over 90 per cent of Bulgarian Telecom
08/17/2007 [-] Macquarie linked to 9bn water bid
08/17/2007 [-] Norilsk invests 4.4 bln rand in Southern Africa nickel
08/17/2007 [-] Qantas 1.3b? And the rest!
08/17/2007 [-] Meltdown pushes investors to emerging markets Merrill Lynch
08/17/2007 [-] Fed Approves Cut in Discount Loan Rate
08/17/2007 [-] Gap Factory Conditions Improve, Sales Sag
08/17/2007 [-] Midwest Air Sold For 450 Million
08/17/2007 [-] Friendly advice or secret ad?
08/17/2007 [-] Subprime lender NovaStar firing 37 percent of staff
08/17/2007 [-] Fed cuts discount rate, signals growth concern
08/17/2007 [-] Reuters Business Summary
08/17/2007 [-] In pursuit of Porino's
08/17/2007 [-] J.C. Penneys increase in profits indicative of the market
08/17/2007 [-] Regulators appeal ruling on Whole Foods takeover of rival
08/17/2007 [-] - Judge Won't Block Whole Foods Merger
08/17/2007 [-] Judge OKs Whole Foods merger
08/17/2007 [-] Newcrest restructure soured by market jitters
08/17/2007 [-] Full steam ahead for Thakral
08/17/2007 [-] Brambles flushes out predator again
08/17/2007 [-] Westpac at last gets its woman for 24 million
08/17/2007 [-] Bruce almighty
08/17/2007 [-] Castro Businesses To Close On Halloween?
08/17/2007 [-] Meat processor recalls sausage
08/17/2007 [-] Pssst Wanna Buy A House?
08/17/2007 [-] Tummy Talk
08/17/2007 [-] Challenging Nasdaq, Borse Dubai Bids for OMX of Sweden
08/17/2007 [-] Fed Changes Direction With Rate Cut
08/17/2007 [-] Kerry Cautious on Small Business Contracting Numbers
08/17/2007 [-] Fed's Poole warns on risks of trade protectionism
08/17/2007 [-] U.S. default swaps rally, Countrywide, financials gain
08/17/2007 [-] Collins donates millions to support math and science
08/17/2007 [-] Some Castro Businesses To Stay Open On Halloween
08/17/2007 [-] Loan firm borrows billions
08/17/2007 [-] Business News 8.17.2007
08/17/2007 [-] FTSE soars back above 6,000 after Fed cuts US rate
08/17/2007 [-] US rate cut boosts global markets
08/17/2007 [-] Tesco says Dobbies takeover offer unconditional
08/17/2007 [-] Beaverton tech company to search for new CEO
08/17/2007 [-] Boston Scientific Adds 2 Units to Those It Hopes to Sell
08/17/2007 [-] Subprime lender NovaStar cuts work force
08/17/2007 [-] Sealed Air near deal to buy Alcan unit sources
08/17/2007 [-] China 'regrets' US filing IPO complaint to WTO
08/17/2007 [-] Supreme Court disciplines attorneys
08/17/2007 [-] Insight still considering sale options
08/17/2007 [-] Fed Approves Cut in Loan Discount Rate
08/17/2007 [-] St. John's teams with St. Louis Surgical Center
08/17/2007 [-] A-B doesn't confirm plans for additional investment in India
08/17/2007 [-] Don't panic as stocks fall
08/17/2007 [-] Lucas Oil neighbor's asking price 3.9M
08/17/2007 [-] Business Forum Gets Shs4.1 Billion Boost
08/17/2007 [-] Nigerian security forces attack camp of gang believed involved in oil violence
08/17/2007 [-] One in three employees unhappy
08/17/2007 [-] EDM rise to success is all real
08/17/2007 [-] London Scottish Bank sells HQ
08/17/2007 [-] Demand still strong British Land
08/17/2007 [-] Carroll increases stake in ICG
08/17/2007 [-] Bally appoints new financial officer
08/17/2007 [-] Mo' Money Blues
08/17/2007 [-] JSE slightly lower
08/17/2007 [-] U.S. dollar mostly down, gold up in London
08/17/2007 [-] Federal regulators appeal Whole Foods ruling
08/17/2007 [-] Two-thirds 'unrealistic' about debt
08/17/2007 [-] Stop inheritance tax say Tories
08/17/2007 [-] VIDEO John Edwards at the State Fair soapbox
08/17/2007 [-] 'Subprime' credit card bank settles marketing complaint
08/17/2007 [-] Register publisher to leave and start multimedia group
08/17/2007 [-] Some in Beaverdale tell Hy-Vee Keep shopping
08/17/2007 [-] Banpu delays IPO in I'nesia
08/17/2007 [-] Process on track TKS
08/17/2007 [-] Best Western has big plans for the Kingdom
08/17/2007 [-] Europe stocks close higher
08/17/2007 [-] Why stocks are so volatile
08/17/2007 [-] The Bionade Success Story Organic Soda 'Made in Germany' Takes on the World
08/17/2007 [-] Stocks soar as fed cuts rate
08/17/2007 [-] Laptop, ink sales boost Hewlett-Packard earnings
08/17/2007 [-] Market surges on Fed move
08/17/2007 [-] Oil, Gas Up on Hurricane Worries
08/17/2007 [-] Oil jumps 1 on Fed discount rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] S.African stocks close flat after volatile day
08/17/2007 [-] Rand firmer, vulnerable to global mood
08/17/2007 [-] How to Create a Great Online Business Name?
08/17/2007 [-] Can we really Create a Profitable Online Business?
08/17/2007 [-] What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Business Ventures?
08/17/2007 [-] AJAX SOA Web 2.0 'Empowering Business Users Through Enterprise Mashups'
08/17/2007 [-] European markets respond dramatically to US Fed rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] Germany's DAX index surges on news of US Fed rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] London's FTSE soars on news of US Fed rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] Federal Reserve lowers primary discount rate one-half point
08/17/2007 [-] Dollar slides against euro as Fed cuts discount rate
08/17/2007 [-] EMI Group says it will delist Sept. 18
08/17/2007 [-] U.S. stocks surge after Federal Reserve cuts discount rate
08/17/2007 [-] Fortum sells Lenenergo stake for about €295 million
08/17/2007 [-] Aker Kvaerner wins US128 million Chinese contract
08/17/2007 [-] Market turbulence likely to curb takeover activity, increase regulation
08/17/2007 [-] Ray Richmond On Merv Griffin, Intolerance and Secrets
08/17/2007 [-] Ford hiring 70 engineers for alt-fuel projects
08/17/2007 [-] Borse Dubai makes US3.97b bid for Nordic operator OMX
08/17/2007 [-] Merger of big Malaysian plantation firms gets shareholders' nod
08/17/2007 [-] Fed injects US6b into financial system
08/17/2007 [-] Oil surges 1 after Fed cuts discount rate
08/17/2007 [-] Countrywide debt protection costs fall on Fed cut
08/17/2007 [-] August consumer sentiment declines sharply
08/17/2007 [-] Fed cuts lending rate in surprise move
08/17/2007 [-] Nissan to expand diesel models by 2012
08/17/2007 [-] Toronto stock index opens up more than 300 points
08/17/2007 [-] Bank of Canada declines comment on Fed move
08/17/2007 [-] Canadian dollar rallies on Fed discount rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] Oil jumps 1 on Fed discount rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] Ivanhoe has 66.5 mln commercial paper exposure
08/17/2007 [-] Bank of Canada monitoring markets closely
08/17/2007 [-] Fed injects six bln dlrs into financial system
08/17/2007 [-] World stocks spike higher after Fed soothes investors
08/17/2007 [-] Stock markets turn sharply positive as Fed cuts discount rate half a point
08/17/2007 [-] Oil jumps on Fed discount rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] Dell to cut prior earnings up to 150 million after investigation
08/17/2007 [-] Southwest on pace to top American as top airline for passenger traffic
08/17/2007 [-] Arizona's 1st branch of First Bank opens
08/17/2007 [-] Dollar slides against euro
08/17/2007 [-] Stock market drains american economy
08/17/2007 [-] Fed cuts rate; Dow up
08/17/2007 [-] Restaurant/bar lease approved
08/17/2007 [-] Key task-countrywide partnership of business and govt Ivanov
08/17/2007 [-] Science Foundation awards 10 mil in grants
08/17/2007 [-] Dell to Cut Prior Earnings Up to 150M
08/17/2007 [-] In Surprise Move, Fed Cuts Key Rate
08/17/2007 [-] AP Centerpiece Compact Disc, aging in era of digital downloads, celebrates 25th anniversary
08/17/2007 [-] Whirlpool decides to continue Iowa parts center
08/17/2007 [-] Georgetown County Business After Hours
08/17/2007 [-] Siemens wins trains order
08/17/2007 [-] Aer Lingus strike set to go ahead
08/17/2007 [-] Government warns G7 over markets response
08/17/2007 [-] Japan's Isetan, Mitsukoshi to merge in spring paper
08/17/2007 [-] Stocks climb on Fed discount rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] Borse Dubai bids 4 bln for Nordic OMX, trumping Nasdaq
08/17/2007 [-] Business as Usual, Says SCO
08/17/2007 [-] Bonds recover
08/17/2007 [-] JSE turns around on US Fed move
08/17/2007 [-] Anglo boosts junior mining
08/17/2007 [-] Emperor completes Porgera sale
08/17/2007 [-] Crime, corruption stifle trade SADC
08/17/2007 [-] Koffiefontein produces big gems
08/17/2007 [-] SBA Scores Federal Small Business Procurement Efforts
08/17/2007 [-] Asia Seen as Better Able to Deflect Waves From U.S.
08/17/2007 [-] Lipitor patent extension rejected
08/17/2007 [-] IBM hopes new Lotus will fend off Office
08/17/2007 [-] People's Gas parent sells production subsidiary
08/17/2007 [-] Midwest Airlines accepts deal from TPG
08/17/2007 [-] Citadel buys Sentinel assets
08/17/2007 [-] Dow surges in opening with help from Fed
08/17/2007 [-] Fed cuts rates to calm stock jitters
08/17/2007 [-] Fed Cuts Bank-to-Bank Rate to Calm Markets
08/17/2007 [-] Global Imaging buys Marbaugh Reprograph.
08/17/2007 [-] Decades of gas in Trinidad But industry leaders wantexploration ...
08/17/2007 [-] Markets rally after Fed cuts discount rate
08/17/2007 [-] Pervious concrete is full of holes, and that's good for the earth
08/17/2007 [-] Contractor stays competitive by seeking new lines of business
08/17/2007 [-] SLU's Ammann makes sure the downtrodden get day in court
08/17/2007 [-] Deutsche Bank ups stake in Russia's Aeroflot from 1.8% to 8.8%
08/17/2007 [-] Russia govt. to auction controlling stakes in Elgaugol, Yakutugol 1
08/17/2007 [-] Midwest snubs latest AirTran bid
08/17/2007 [-] Southwest may soon be No. 1
08/17/2007 [-] If the state takes over, the mermaids can stay
08/17/2007 [-] Oprah's makeup artist launches business
08/17/2007 [-] Metals, oil bounce but credit fears remain
08/17/2007 [-] Gold bursts higher after Fed discount rate cut
08/17/2007 [-] Dollar falls after Fed cuts discount rate
08/17/2007 [-] Nigerian inflation slows to 4.8 pct y/y in July
08/17/2007 [-] Chinese toy suppliers say job losses mount, but orders remain strong
08/17/2007 [-] Stocks surge after Federal Reserve cuts discount rate
08/17/2007 [-] The gradual triumph of Linux
08/17/2007 [-] Fed cuts U.S. bank loan rate
08/17/2007 [-] Fed interest cut boosts markets
08/17/2007 [-] For McDonald's, a European redesign starts to pay off
08/17/2007 [-] S'pore China represents huge market for world businesses
08/17/2007 [-] Niger awards uranium, gold contracts to nine firms
08/17/2007 [-] Mozambique to privatise road and bridge company
08/17/2007 [-] S.Africa maize hit by global market chaos, profit-taking
08/17/2007 [-] S.Africa markets race higher on Fed rate surprise
08/17/2007 [-] Gov't Chinese Noodle Makers Colluded
08/17/2007 [-] Tokyo Stocks Plunge as Asian Slump Persists
08/17/2007 [-] Markets surge after US cuts key interest rate
08/17/2007 [-] Fitch downgrades Latvia's credit rating
08/17/2007 [-] Arab bourses mixed in reaction to turmoil on world markets
08/17/2007 [-] Asian Markets Fall; Tokyo Down 5.4%
08/17/2007 [-] World stocks struggle again after Asia plunges
08/17/2007 [-] In Surprise Move, Fed Cuts Discount Rate
08/17/2007 [-] Gas prices jump to average of 2.90 a gallon
08/17/2007 [-] Car show for Special Olympics
08/17/2007 [-] Clothing business is flourishing
08/17/2007 [-] Influential Bulgarian Businessman Founds Party on Eve of Local Vote
08/17/2007 [-] Pfizer loses initial bid to reissue Lipitor patent
08/17/2007 [-] Fed cuts discount lending rate in surprise move
08/17/2007 [-] Nokia files complaint against Qualcomm
08/17/2007 [-] Ahead of the Bell Hewlett-Packard
08/17/2007 [-] Pall gets favorable ruling in Cuno case
08/17/2007 [-] Fed turns around stock markets
08/17/2007 [-] Doug Zanger Says There's No Sense in Crying Over Spilt Interviews
08/17/2007 [-] IKEA to open store in Belfast
08/17/2007 [-] Smurfit west Dublin plant to close
08/17/2007 [-] Ada Core Technologies Free Software Business Model Is Viable
08/17/2007 [-] Landmark Wilbur Theatre up for sale
08/17/2007 [-] Mortgage woes cut Fannie Mae profit by 36% in 2006
08/17/2007 [-] Reactor problems hit British Energy
08/17/2007 [-] India's Sensex dips in volatile trading
08/17/2007 [-] Oil gains in early trading
08/17/2007 [-] Asian stocks show big losses
08/17/2007 [-] Way cleared for Whole Foods-Wild Oats deal
08/17/2007 [-] Borse Dubai bids 3 billion euros for OMX
08/17/2007 [-] London shares recover after weak opening
08/17/2007 [-] Spanish stock market recovers
08/17/2007 [-] Oil rises on U.S. storm threat
08/17/2007 [-] WPP not hit by market turmoil
08/17/2007 [-] FTSE slips on commodities gloom
08/17/2007 [-] AirTran loses bid for Midwest - again
08/17/2007 [-] Kia Motors labour union votes to accept wage deal, 5.2 per cent raise
08/17/2007 [-] Futures drop as yen move signals more worry
08/17/2007 [-] Midwest Air accepts TPG offer
08/17/2007 [-] Nasdaq's Greifeld to go to Sweden next week sources
08/17/2007 [-] Markets may be bleeding but Canada's economy still healthy ...
08/17/2007 [-] GOOGLE GETS 10M PROGRAMMING DEAL
08/17/2007 [-] AOL GOES BACK TO VIDEO SEARCH WELL
08/17/2007 [-] KEEP HOOTING
08/17/2007 [-] SHINING PENNEY PROFITS
08/17/2007 [-] WHOLE FOODS, WILD OATS OK
08/17/2007 [-] A RUMMY TELL-ALL
08/17/2007 [-] TIMES AD REVENUE OFF 3.5%
08/17/2007 [-] COUNTRYWIDE GETS 11.5B 'EMERGENCY' LOAN
08/17/2007 [-] HE'S GROUNDED
08/17/2007 [-] PROBES STRAFE BUILDING OUTFIT
08/17/2007 [-] ANNTAYLOR LOSES EXEC
08/17/2007 [-] DAY OF FRENZY
08/17/2007 [-] Financial markets signaling rate cut to Federal Reserve
08/17/2007 [-] US Stocks Point to Lower Open
08/17/2007 [-] Gold closes lower in Hong Kong at US653.15 an ounce
08/17/2007 [-] Kia Motors labor union votes to accept wage deal
08/17/2007 [-] Oil prices higher after sliding in previous session
08/17/2007 [-] Asian shares extend losses; Nikkei 225 plunges 5.4 percent
08/17/2007 [-] WTO chief says poor nations will get good concessions from rich countries
08/17/2007 [-] European, Asian markets fall amid global credit jitters
08/17/2007 [-] AIG acquires a 90 percent stake in Bulgaria's telecom
08/17/2007 [-] London's FTSE-100 index down 21.9 points at 5,837.0 at midday
08/17/2007 [-] U.S. stock futures decline as investors watch sharp declines in equities overseas
08/17/2007 [-] Indian shares partially recover from sharp plunge in early trade
08/17/2007 [-] Top mortgager must borrow 11.5 billion
08/17/2007 [-] Judge won't stop Whole Foods' takeover of key rival Wild Oats
08/17/2007 [-] Global markets fall again on bad-loan fears
08/17/2007 [-] SCT shifts focus to non-US markets
08/17/2007 [-] SET ends 1% higher
08/17/2007 [-] Sara Lee turnaround plan gains momentum
08/17/2007 [-] Nestle profit up 18.4 percent in first half of 2007
08/17/2007 [-] S.Africa 3-month T-bill discount rate up at 9.32 pct
08/17/2007 [-] Con artistrsquo;s 7 million caper highlights risks of Web data
08/17/2007 [-] Clothing maker puts shop at FAO Schwarz
08/17/2007 [-] European markets mixed in volatile trading
08/17/2007 [-] Shaky trading for Europe's shares
08/17/2007 [-] Home pack scheme extended
08/17/2007 [-] CAC 40 market recovers after weak opening
08/17/2007 [-] Latest safety scandal rocks China's export industry
08/17/2007 [-] Bosnia-Herzegovina faces food, social crisis
08/17/2007 [-] Philippines cheers as international body junks Fraport plea
08/17/2007 [-] WTO chief assures poor nations of bigger say in Doha trade talks
08/17/2007 [-] Austrian ATX plunges after initial gains
08/17/2007 [-] No working-group agreement over North Korean nuclear programme
08/17/2007 [-] China pledges to strengthen quality controls on its food exports
08/17/2007 [-] Australian central bank buys currency to stem record fall
08/17/2007 [-] Countrywide Financial borrows 11.5 billion to shore up cash
08/17/2007 [-] The Toronto stock exchange faces domestic competition
08/17/2007 [-] What next for Amgen?
08/17/2007 [-] Spotlight Denis Hennequin of McDonald's Europe
08/17/2007 [-] Death of the 'toy king'
08/17/2007 [-] United Drug wraps up a Dutch deal
08/17/2007 [-] G7 reacting to markets turmoil
08/17/2007 [-] Norcros in new float
08/17/2007 [-] Polygamy prosecutors in U.S. see unfinished business in fight against unlawful marriages
08/17/2007 [-] Singapore stocks end weaker but above the day's lows
08/17/2007 [-] KL Sentral becoming elite commercial centre
08/17/2007 [-] PM Development plans are not only for big corporations
08/17/2007 [-] E&O Property acquires land from Selangor Properties unit


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