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09/19/2007 [-] U.S. foreclosures soar 36 percent in August
09/19/2007 [-] House pushes plan to expand housing help
09/19/2007 [-] Builders' confidence falls again
09/19/2007 [-] Energy costs push wholesale prices down
09/19/2007 [-] Lawyer agrees to plead guilty
09/19/2007 [-] Lehman Brothers' profits fall less than expected in 3rd quarter
09/19/2007 [-] Business briefs QVT buys stake in Coast Financial
09/19/2007 [-] Business buzz Health care manager open house Thursday
09/19/2007 [-] US envoy to Malaysia urges conclusion to free-trade pact
09/19/2007 [-] Toshiba to sell Tokyo property for US1.4b
09/19/2007 [-] China's Chery plans to double 2007 exports to 100,000 cars
09/19/2007 [-] Study touts CalPERS' benefit to economy
09/19/2007 [-] Southwest about to alter its course
09/19/2007 [-] GM proposal in talks has 401-style plan report
09/19/2007 [-] Stocks set to extend gains after Fed rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] British Airways to suspend Detroit
09/19/2007 [-] Bluestone hits back at sub-prime furphy
09/19/2007 [-] Northern Rock shares hit reverse gear
09/19/2007 [-] Malaysia Airlines Reschedules Routes For Continued Profits
09/19/2007 [-] Investment funds growth aids nation RBA
09/19/2007 [-] Misys revenue 6 pct higher
09/19/2007 [-] FTSE up 2.5 pct after Fed
09/19/2007 [-] Debenhams 'challenging times'
09/19/2007 [-] Potter summer sales magic
09/19/2007 [-] The iPhone hits Europe
09/19/2007 [-] The End User Tough week for Microsoft vs. competition
09/19/2007 [-] BoE rates decision was unanimous
09/19/2007 [-] Ryanair to add two Cork UK routes
09/19/2007 [-] Northern Rock tumbles on sale fears
09/19/2007 [-] Alaska Airlines will test wireless service
09/19/2007 [-] Interest-rate cut pounds dollar
09/19/2007 [-] Protesters demand new cancer drugs
09/19/2007 [-] Familiar refrain Oil hits new high
09/19/2007 [-] Markets say, "Thanks, Ben"
09/19/2007 [-] Kroger reports 28% profit jump
09/19/2007 [-] -, emoticons, it's your silver anniversary
09/19/2007 [-] Jobless rate falls, but is it a mirage?
09/19/2007 [-] Top manager for Norway's enormous oil fund announces resignation
09/19/2007 [-] Strong Al Rouad line up for this year's Leaders in Dubai Business Forum
09/19/2007 [-] Expropriation decree proposed to solve noise problem
09/19/2007 [-] Trinity Mirror disposals deadline on track
09/19/2007 [-] N.E. may stay afloat in stormy economy
09/19/2007 [-] GM proposes 401-style plan report
09/19/2007 [-] Darden serves up 105.9M in profit
09/19/2007 [-] South Florida broker likes area's potential for apartment growth
09/19/2007 [-] For better or worse, China is making impact
09/19/2007 [-] Airtran looks to grow
09/19/2007 [-] NBA makes a big move in China
09/19/2007 [-] PLDT job cuts show focus on broadband business analysts
09/19/2007 [-] Stocks surge on Fed rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Bank of Japan keeps benchmark interest rate unchanged
09/19/2007 [-] India's Sensex at new high, scales 16,000
09/19/2007 [-] London stock market rallies after US rate decision
09/19/2007 [-] Jordan cuts key interest rates by 50 basic points
09/19/2007 [-] Stocks soar, euro jumps on US Federal Reserve rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Businesses unaware on IT energy use
09/19/2007 [-] Farmers' profits increase thanks to better networking with businesses
09/19/2007 [-] Good Call Why Europe's Mobile Startups Sing
09/19/2007 [-] Germany mulling direct EADS stake in 2010 report
09/19/2007 [-] Oil prices rise above US82 a barrel on U.S. Fed rate cut, tight supplies
09/19/2007 [-] Stocks surge, oil hits record high after Fed medicine
09/19/2007 [-] German minister sees potential fall-out from US subprime crisis
09/19/2007 [-] Northern Rock tumbles on stake cuts
09/19/2007 [-] Bank unanimous on steady rates at Sept meeting
09/19/2007 [-] HR has greater role to play as business partner
09/19/2007 [-] Zubka Hires City High Flyer for Sales and Business Development Role
09/19/2007 [-] Superstore's effects felt by regional businesses
09/19/2007 [-] Maddison Gabriel Sexualizing A 12-Year Old, A Pedophiles Dream
09/19/2007 [-] ServicePower contract win
09/19/2007 [-] Debenhams faces 'challenging times'
09/19/2007 [-] Summer magic for Potter publisher
09/19/2007 [-] Selfridges upbeat on prospects
09/19/2007 [-] Bosses sell Xayce for £6.1m
09/19/2007 [-] 'Quarter of a million' problem gamblers in UK
09/19/2007 [-] Google AdWords Introduces Google Gadget Ads, a New Interactive Ad Format
09/19/2007 [-] Asia Netcom Australia wins 2007 Australian Business Award
09/19/2007 [-] Getting real in a rate-cutting world Some tips for consumers
09/19/2007 [-] Whatman profit after tax falls 69 pct
09/19/2007 [-] Moneysupermarket.com revenues and margins higher
09/19/2007 [-] Bank voted 9-0 for steady rates in Sept
09/19/2007 [-] Imperial Tobacco sees share gains in UK
09/19/2007 [-] JSE up with global markets
09/19/2007 [-] Business as usual as Zimbabwe strike gets cool response
09/19/2007 [-] Dollar rises in Asia, recovering from early losses after U.S. rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Canada pension plan to make partial bid for New Zealand's main airport
09/19/2007 [-] Euro hits new high against dollar after US Fed cuts benchmark rate
09/19/2007 [-] Shares in troubled mortgage lender Northern Rock rise for second day
09/19/2007 [-] Toshiba says it's selling building in Tokyo's plush Ginza district
09/19/2007 [-] Philippine forum pledges help to boost poor Asian countries' trade
09/19/2007 [-] Australia's Coles Group reports 36 percent fall in full-year profit on retail slide
09/19/2007 [-] Spain's Inditex reports first-half profits up 33pc
09/19/2007 [-] Google adds widgets to its advertising drive
09/19/2007 [-] Intel demonstrates faster, more efficient chip
09/19/2007 [-] U.S. retailers finding, but not reporting, more contaminated toys
09/19/2007 [-] Fixing a foundry
09/19/2007 [-] Multiple-Entry Visas for Foreign Businessmen KSA
09/19/2007 [-] Sunday's plane crash victim to get Bt4.5 million compensation
09/19/2007 [-] Pramon US rate cut could strengthen baht
09/19/2007 [-] New MD at Carole Nash
09/19/2007 [-] Wind turbines whirl away, empowering local businesses
09/19/2007 [-] Dollar slides to 15-year low after hefty Fed cut
09/19/2007 [-] Gold hits 16-month high after Fed, approaches 730
09/19/2007 [-] Rand hits near 6-week high at 7.05 per dollar
09/19/2007 [-] S.Africa's Top-40 index up 3 pct after US rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Harare at work as usual despite strike call
09/19/2007 [-] FTSE up 2.5 pct after Fed; banks and commodities up
09/19/2007 [-] China Construction Bank confirms record 7.7-billion-dollar IPO
09/19/2007 [-] Shares rise 3.5 per cent in Seoul
09/19/2007 [-] Australian Govt Bans Toys With Excessive Lead Levels
09/19/2007 [-] Lack Of Investment Properties Top Problem In Aust Industry Poll
09/19/2007 [-] Unlimited Horse Movement Allowed In Queensland From Tomorrow
09/19/2007 [-] Indonesia's Clipan Finance Raises $60.7 MLN From Rights Issue
09/19/2007 [-] Investors punish SP Telemedia
09/19/2007 [-] Progress slow as union, GM talk
09/19/2007 [-] Why do criminal defendants avoid testifying?
09/19/2007 [-] Bernanke surprises the critics
09/19/2007 [-] Wall Street cheers Fed's rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] A return to the nuclear age?
09/19/2007 [-] NZ sharemarket positive, boosted by Fed cut
09/19/2007 [-] GPG bails out of NZX
09/19/2007 [-] Indian gaming now a serious business
09/19/2007 [-] China Construction Bank raises record US7.7b in Shanghai IPO
09/19/2007 [-] US rate cut to boost Asia's strong growth prospects ADB
09/19/2007 [-] Toshiba says to sell Ginza bldg for 1.4 bln
09/19/2007 [-] HP to double Taiwan headcount amid local R&D boost
09/19/2007 [-] Canada pension plan to bid for New Zealand's main airport
09/19/2007 [-] China Construction Bank raises US7.7b in record-breaking IPO
09/19/2007 [-] Japanese stocks jump 3.67% Wednesday
09/19/2007 [-] Philippine shares surge 2.2% Wednesday
09/19/2007 [-] WTO's Lamy claims world moving closer to final trade deal
09/19/2007 [-] Bush disagrees with Greenspan about management of economy
09/19/2007 [-] Murdoch New Fox cable channel aimed at small investors
09/19/2007 [-] El Pollo Loco invades South
09/19/2007 [-] Fed's rate cut may be bad news for some
09/19/2007 [-] Cut will aid homeowners
09/19/2007 [-] NFL agrees pension system is flawed
09/19/2007 [-] New Fox hunt Network seeks shows that appeal to everyone
09/19/2007 [-] Bernanke preferred risk of doing too much on rates report
09/19/2007 [-] Toshiba says to sell Ginza bldg for 1.4 bln
09/19/2007 [-] Court rejects Kerkorian appeal Daimler
09/19/2007 [-] Stocks surge after US rates cut
09/19/2007 [-] Morning business news Sep 19
09/19/2007 [-] Newcourt's first-half profits doubled
09/19/2007 [-] Euro peak after dollar's Fed fall
09/19/2007 [-] Medical jobs boost for Athlone
09/19/2007 [-] Oil near highs at US fears fade
09/19/2007 [-] New Aer Lingus proposals for pilots
09/19/2007 [-] Bonds make double-digit gains
09/19/2007 [-] Rand sharply firmer
09/19/2007 [-] UAW may set talks deadline
09/19/2007 [-] Thanks to Canada, BestBuy profit jumps 8.7 percent
09/19/2007 [-] American Express sells unit
09/19/2007 [-] A brilliant idea iPhone in Britain
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09/19/2007 [-] Fort Lauderdale airport considers warnings after Crocs escalator incident
09/19/2007 [-] Fort Lauderdale builder Levitt Corp. to cut up to 200 jobs
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09/19/2007 [-] Business channel aimed at consumers, Fox CEO says
09/19/2007 [-] Rate Cut May Provide Only Passing Relief
09/19/2007 [-] Chinese economic growth seen as stable
09/19/2007 [-] Dollar rises against yen in Asia
09/19/2007 [-] Affymetrix names Kevin King President
09/19/2007 [-] Nikkei index soars more than 500 points
09/19/2007 [-] Health official's auto advice sparks outcry
09/19/2007 [-] Dead passengers receives US130,000 compensation each
09/19/2007 [-] Crist gives Harris award for business
09/19/2007 [-] Machinists union, space alliance to resume talks
09/19/2007 [-] A change of cuisine From steaks to Mexican
09/19/2007 [-] Will third ship be a charm?
09/19/2007 [-] BRPH among fast-growing private firms
09/19/2007 [-] Rate cut will trickle down to average consumers
09/19/2007 [-] Fed cuts rate by half point
09/19/2007 [-] Speirs assures it has not been materially hurt
09/19/2007 [-] Kiwi enjoys biggest one-day rise in 9 years
09/19/2007 [-] CPP offer may not be high enough
09/19/2007 [-] US rate cut to boost Asia's strong growth prospects ADB chief
09/19/2007 [-] Asian markets rise on US rate cut BBC
09/19/2007 [-] New Businesses Coming to the Highlands
09/19/2007 [-] US rate cut to boost Asia's strong growth prospects ADB chief
09/19/2007 [-] Interest rate cut leads to US markets strengthening 0
09/19/2007 [-] Regulators retain surgery standards
09/19/2007 [-] U-M med school gets 55-million research grant
09/19/2007 [-] Changing rates
09/19/2007 [-] Audi staff mulls move
09/19/2007 [-] Lame duck Parsons tries to lead TW
09/19/2007 [-] CONTRACT TALKS IN OVERTIME UAW Our patience is limited
09/19/2007 [-] Asian markets soar on US rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Oil hits record high after US rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Fed rates cut boosts market hopes
09/19/2007 [-] Lehman Brothers, Kajima to invest S450m in Singapore office project
09/19/2007 [-] Singapore shares end morning sharply higher after US rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Joyful Dow jumps 335
09/19/2007 [-] Career Calendar
09/19/2007 [-] Impromptu speaking can be learned skill
09/19/2007 [-] Urban Fellows program fosters minority leaders
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09/19/2007 [-] AT&T Hiring of 475 already under way
09/19/2007 [-] Software startup's client base grows fast
09/19/2007 [-] 5 hot job sectors
09/19/2007 [-] Lilly prepping ad blitz to make Byetta a household word
09/19/2007 [-] To Businessman Success Is A Game
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09/19/2007 [-] iPhone Wedding Gets Mixed Reception
09/19/2007 [-] Australia's Toll Moves To Acquire Remaining Kimtrans Shares
09/19/2007 [-] Hong Kong Monetary Authority follows U.S. Fed, cuts key interest rate
09/19/2007 [-] Asian Stocks Jump After U.S. Fed Rate Cut
09/19/2007 [-] Ooma Will Sell Free Web Calling Box
09/19/2007 [-] Gold hits 16-month high after Fed, approaches 730
09/19/2007 [-] Thailand eyes record tourism despite crash, coup
09/19/2007 [-] Daily Southtown Business
09/19/2007 [-] Asian markets jump after Fed rate cut sparks Wall Street surge
09/19/2007 [-] Bank of Japan keeps rates steady; Fed rate cut lifts Nikkei
09/19/2007 [-] Hyundai Engineering to build 16 container berths in Singapore
09/19/2007 [-] WTO's Lamy says world moving closer to final trade deal
09/19/2007 [-] Philippine stocks up 2.22 per cent on Fed rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Businessmen forced to buy fuel for patrol vehicles
09/19/2007 [-] Lehman net falls less than expected
09/19/2007 [-] HK should fully tap CEPA's potential FS
09/19/2007 [-] China Construction Bank raises 7.7 billion in record-brea...
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09/19/2007 [-] Asian stocks surge after US rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Downloading Suits Mean Big Business for One Midsize Firm
09/19/2007 [-] Porn business owner in Miramar charged in sex assault
09/19/2007 [-] Market booms on US rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] A rate cut designed to impress
09/19/2007 [-] Health Plan Overhauled at Wal-Mart
09/19/2007 [-] New Push Into China by N.B.A.
09/19/2007 [-] Costco says receipt checks come with membership
09/19/2007 [-] New owners vow to revitalize Iron City brand
09/19/2007 [-] Small Business Some see signs that credit is tighter
09/19/2007 [-] Business Workshop Taxes and children, Setting up business in China
09/19/2007 [-] Home foreclosures soar in Aug., up 36% from July
09/19/2007 [-] Coupon skirmish has grocery shoppers seeing double again
09/19/2007 [-] Fed hopes rate cut can hit homes
09/19/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Firmer At Noon Sept 19, 2007
09/19/2007 [-] Australia's Virax Secures Patent Extension For HIV Treatment
09/19/2007 [-] B&B's eircom sells masts sites for $258m
09/19/2007 [-] Australia's ABC Learning Acquires UK Nurseries Group
09/19/2007 [-] Cromwell denies seeking to buy Mirvac
09/19/2007 [-] SET up 1.17%
09/19/2007 [-] Baht flat move
09/19/2007 [-] AMC major shareholder to sell shares to Gsteel
09/19/2007 [-] August electronic spending "solidly positive"
09/19/2007 [-] Survey forecasts rise in offshore travel
09/19/2007 [-] Hamilton Airport profit down
09/19/2007 [-] Reserve Bank says its policy is sound
09/19/2007 [-] Healthcare to be key growth engine in global economy report
09/19/2007 [-] Fed's cut may be bad for some
09/19/2007 [-] Fed's 'strong action' sends stocks soaring
09/19/2007 [-] Lawyer to plead guilty in scheme
09/19/2007 [-] WGTS future will be decided
09/19/2007 [-] Fox's start-up for 'Main Street'
09/19/2007 [-] BP blast's first trial ends with payout
09/19/2007 [-] House approves mortgage rescue
09/19/2007 [-] The Greenbrier Revisited
09/19/2007 [-] E. coli fears spark bagged-lettuce recall
09/19/2007 [-] Another outbreak found in Britain
09/19/2007 [-] Bank run seen as unlikely in U.S.
09/19/2007 [-] Electrician uses sponsor's firm for own business
09/19/2007 [-] Time Warner mulls sale of U.S. AOL access business.
09/19/2007 [-] Australian stocks rally 2.2 per cent
09/19/2007 [-] Google to sponsor space race to moon -
09/19/2007 [-] Labour Ministers agree 'Time to make decent work a social reality -
09/19/2007 [-] Chrysler and Honda recalls vehicles due to defaults -
09/19/2007 [-] Safety features galore for new cars -
09/19/2007 [-] EU Last warning
09/19/2007 [-] Toys from China safer this Christmas -
09/19/2007 [-] China to invest more in the caribbean -
09/19/2007 [-] Business groups reject Govt new policy -
09/19/2007 [-] Tobago Express and Caribbean Airlines merger still in works -
09/19/2007 [-] Lobbying for a change -
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09/19/2007 [-] C'bbean markets must integrate -
09/19/2007 [-] The high cost of safe parking - Spanking new Parkade to open soon
09/19/2007 [-] Interchange on track -
09/19/2007 [-] Ministry launches 'Women of Excellence in Tourism Awards' -
09/19/2007 [-] The need of productivity -
09/19/2007 [-] T&T moving forward with UDeCOTT -
09/19/2007 [-] Tobago wants 'Sandals' -
09/19/2007 [-] Moving up the IT food chain -
09/19/2007 [-] Hudson new president of BG Trinidad and Tobago -
09/19/2007 [-] URP not causing labour shortage,
09/19/2007 [-] Imbert Locals causing delay in Govt projects -
09/19/2007 [-] GM, UAW contract talks push on
09/19/2007 [-] Oil climbs near record over 82
09/19/2007 [-] Footwear maker Crocs introduces no-hole shoes
09/19/2007 [-] UAE to buy 20% stake in Japanese oil company
09/19/2007 [-] Commerzbank buys over 60% stake in Bank Forum
09/19/2007 [-] Siemens medical unit has no plans for big takeovers
09/19/2007 [-] KDDI to offer WiMax services with Intel, Kyocera
09/19/2007 [-] Tata buys 10 percent stake in Orient-Express
09/19/2007 [-] ATandT loses US156 million verdict in Texas patent case
09/19/2007 [-] Sprint to use MS software in voice-enabled searches
09/19/2007 [-] RBS-led bid for ABN Amro wins Dutch FM's approval
09/19/2007 [-] EU official urges China to make yuan more flexible
09/19/2007 [-] China securities regulator tightens takeover rules
09/19/2007 [-] Nasdaq Stock Market to raise its offer for OMX
09/19/2007 [-] Singapore property sales likely to hit record in '07
09/19/2007 [-] AirAsia X to fly China, Australia with first A330
09/19/2007 [-] Taiwan Mobile seeks United States, European investors
09/19/2007 [-] Taiwan-Thailand confab opens in Bangkok
09/19/2007 [-] Typhoon break makes banks tender foreign currency
09/19/2007 [-] Microsoft may see limited impact from EU ruling
09/19/2007 [-] Harsh reaction in United States to Microsoft EU antitrust ruling
09/19/2007 [-] Microsoft case boosts EU credibility analysts
09/19/2007 [-] Bolder EU steps forward after court ruling
09/19/2007 [-] Yahoo to purchase private software developer Zimbra
09/19/2007 [-] Sony scales back insurance IPO
09/19/2007 [-] Sony denies chip operations sale report
09/19/2007 [-] PowerPoint-like software also added
09/19/2007 [-] Google unveils ad for mobile phone sites
09/19/2007 [-] Powerset takes on Google with search engine
09/19/2007 [-] Apple iPhone to be sold in U.K. with O2
09/19/2007 [-] United States home foreclosures soar in August
09/19/2007 [-] Bank of England doles out US8.8 billion in emergency loans
09/19/2007 [-] Bullish China IPOs push share higher
09/19/2007 [-] Why oil prices are now at an all-time high
09/19/2007 [-] Dollar steady in trade before United States rate decision
09/19/2007 [-] Northern Rock depositors pulling out despite guarantees
09/19/2007 [-] Most Asian markets lower on global credit jitters
09/19/2007 [-] PRC's top firms face increased risks SandP
09/19/2007 [-] AOL plans to move corporate HQ to New York
09/19/2007 [-] China to delay approval of investment deals to cool growth
09/19/2007 [-] Malaysia places China exporters on a watch-list
09/19/2007 [-] China steps up scrutiny of United States food and delays shipments
09/19/2007 [-] Hynix sees consolidation oversupply
09/19/2007 [-] Goldman, Lehman get bargain fees for merger
09/19/2007 [-] Bush official Conference to focus on trade protection risks
09/19/2007 [-] Veggie prices up slightly in wake of typhoon
09/19/2007 [-] Fed's downward cut sends markets upward
09/19/2007 [-] J.D. Power founder wants to be a voice for the consumer
09/19/2007 [-] Call To Follow Muslim Way Of Business
09/19/2007 [-] BIBD At-Tamwil Business Hours
09/19/2007 [-] Trinidad roll out condom machines in AIDS battle
09/19/2007 [-] Business Leaders Celebrate a Local School's 25 Year Anniversary
09/19/2007 [-] More Retailers Found to Have Lead-Tainted Items
09/19/2007 [-] Singapore shares open strongly after US rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] CPF scheme sustainable with rates pegged to 10-year S'pore bond Tharman
09/19/2007 [-] Nobody worse off under the new CPF formula economists
09/19/2007 [-] More retailers have lead-tainted toys
09/19/2007 [-] Hattiesburg business accidentally promises 10 free ATVs
09/19/2007 [-] Lead-free assurances from Chinese suppliers don't stand up, US companies tell Congress
09/19/2007 [-] Court upholds ruling against Kerkorian in DaimlerChrysler suit
09/19/2007 [-] Startup Ooma will sell 399 box that processes free Web phone calls
09/19/2007 [-] U.S. dollar rises against the yen
09/19/2007 [-] South Korean stocks surge after Wall Street gains on Fed rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Apple takes iPhone across the Atlantic, goes on sale in U.K. Nov. 9
09/19/2007 [-] Nikkei soars after overnight Wall Street surge on Fed rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Analysis US central banker Bernanke facing tough Wall Street scrutiny
09/19/2007 [-] Gold opens higher in Hong Kong at US722.35 an ounce
09/19/2007 [-] 2007 Small Business Outlook
09/19/2007 [-] Fed Cuts Rate Half Point, and Stock Markets Soar
09/19/2007 [-] Nikkei soars after overnight Wall Street surge on Fed rate...
09/19/2007 [-] Spotlight Jeremy Leggett of Solarcentury
09/19/2007 [-] Foreigners' purchases of private homes in Singapore hits record
09/19/2007 [-] Stocks soars 3 per cent on US interest rate cuts
09/19/2007 [-] Virax extends patent for HIV/AIDS drug
09/19/2007 [-] Tribune moves closer to getting tax refund
09/19/2007 [-] Channel 5 shuffles morning anchors
09/19/2007 [-] Saudi hailed for easing visas for businessmen
09/19/2007 [-] Norwegian airline orders 42 Boeing 737-800s
09/19/2007 [-] 17. Bernanke is now facing some tough Wall Street scrutiny
09/19/2007 [-] 15. News in brief
09/19/2007 [-] 4. US stocks soar after Fed's rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] Oil prices top US82 in Asia after US rate cut
09/19/2007 [-] U.S. Foreclosure Filings Soar
09/19/2007 [-] Improvements To iPod Lost In Shuffle
09/19/2007 [-] Smiley Emoticon 25 Years Old? O
09/19/2007 [-] Pipeline Developer To Appeal Decision
09/19/2007 [-] UConn To Hire Faculty For Energy Program
09/19/2007 [-] Wallingford Company Faces Nasdaq Delisting
09/19/2007 [-] Phoenix Names New Senior VP
09/19/2007 [-] Safety Breaches Alleged At Colt
09/19/2007 [-] The Hartford Focusing On Cross-Sales
09/19/2007 [-] Rewards Of Research
09/19/2007 [-] Local Businesses Are Building 'Green'
09/19/2007 [-] Most aren't ashamed that they fake it
09/19/2007 [-] When it seems too good to be true
09/19/2007 [-] 'Mister Deadenbacher'
09/19/2007 [-] It doesn't always pay to be tough
09/19/2007 [-] Toll to acquire rest of Kimtrans shares
09/19/2007 [-] Economy strong, growth slowing Westpac
09/19/2007 [-] First-year profit leak at Queensland Gas
09/19/2007 [-] New ANZ commitments to 'convenience'
09/19/2007 [-] Diamonds may be a trader's best friend
09/19/2007 [-] Institutions back M2 takeover of Orion
09/19/2007 [-] Vizag Steel, NTPC in power pact
09/19/2007 [-] Study reveals pain of gazumping
09/19/2007 [-] 8m 'can't afford financial advice'
09/19/2007 [-] Food Firms Launch Import Food Safety Effort
09/19/2007 [-] CHH wood products business for sale report
09/19/2007 [-] A little more for a cup that composts
09/19/2007 [-] UAW Our patience is limited
09/19/2007 [-] Firms enroll in E-Verify worker program
09/19/2007 [-] Chicago to unwrap new Olympic logo
09/19/2007 [-] Greenspan Examines Federal Reserve, Mortgage Crunch
09/19/2007 [-] Bank of England Offers New Infusion of Loans
09/19/2007 [-] Intel Touts 'Nehalem' Micro-Architecture For Business
09/19/2007 [-] SPSS director sells shares
09/19/2007 [-] BMC director Gray sells shares
09/19/2007 [-] EDS gets 800M homeland security deal
09/19/2007 [-] Ford may speed up cost-cutting measures
09/19/2007 [-] Keen interest in Wendy's sale
09/19/2007 [-] Intec Telecom to expand via Asia-Pac HQ
09/19/2007 [-] Opcom confident Ericsson will win job
09/19/2007 [-] U Mobile to continue improving coverage
09/19/2007 [-] Penang home to first Rolex boutique outside KL
09/19/2007 [-] Tele Dynamics aims big with notebooks
09/19/2007 [-] Sony Financial reduces IPO in wake of turmoil
09/19/2007 [-] China bank draws US300b subscriptions
09/19/2007 [-] Northern Rock shares rebound
09/19/2007 [-] Asian markets down on fresh subprime woes
09/19/2007 [-] European stocks close higher
09/19/2007 [-] Wah Seong unit eyes oil and gas project
09/19/2007 [-] Clean technologies help reduce cost of power
09/19/2007 [-] Gas-dependent Supermax will feel impact in short term
09/19/2007 [-] Gas price hike will eat into TNB's margin
09/19/2007 [-] Increase in gas price is imminent, says brokerage
09/19/2007 [-] Time Engineering sells more shares
09/19/2007 [-] PKNS to go ahead with privatisation of Worldwide
09/19/2007 [-] Five core issues facing the shipping industry
09/19/2007 [-] 'Green' firms draw interest
09/19/2007 [-] Top 30 brands in Malaysia
09/19/2007 [-] World rubber prices firmer following crude oil price rally
09/19/2007 [-] WCT to build RM4.6bil Dubai racecourse
09/19/2007 [-] Petronas plans Kertih plastics hub
09/19/2007 [-] Old-fashioned British miller finds business brisk
09/19/2007 [-] Rate cut to benefit some homeowners
09/19/2007 [-] Little Caesars founder earns Vets award
09/19/2007 [-] Windsor's only Laundromat is picking up in business
09/19/2007 [-] Old-fashioned miller finds business brisk
09/19/2007 [-] Colorado gaming towns see gains in August
09/19/2007 [-] Ford-Microsoft Sync is the dawn of digital driving era
09/19/2007 [-] Business Report for Wednesday, September 19, 2007
09/19/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Opens Firmer Sept 19, 2007
09/19/2007 [-] Coles Logs 35.7 PCT Fall In Net Profit To Us$636 MLN
09/19/2007 [-] Babcock & Brown's eircom sells masts
09/19/2007 [-] Caution Crocs Crossing
09/19/2007 [-] EU sets up EUR 50m fund for poor nations to fight global warming
09/19/2007 [-] ' Business study pegs Lebanese growth at 2 percent for 2007
09/18/2007 [-] US home builder shares soar on rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] DC Council Moves To Put Pay Day Lenders Out Of Business
09/18/2007 [-] IBM offers free Microsoft Office rival
09/18/2007 [-] Survey Execs wary of entrepreneurship
09/18/2007 [-] Gold futures rally past 735 after Fed cut
09/18/2007 [-] Southwest Side business robbed at gunpoint
09/18/2007 [-] Canadian group formally bids for Auckland Airport
09/18/2007 [-] Credit card transactions up in August
09/18/2007 [-] Oil Prices Rise to New Records
09/18/2007 [-] House Votes to Aid Struggling Homeowners
09/18/2007 [-] MySpace is using profile and blog entries to sell targeted ads
09/18/2007 [-] 1 in 3 'can't afford to retire'
09/18/2007 [-] House move 'costs average £11,000'
09/18/2007 [-] Parents bail kids out of debt
09/18/2007 [-] The Northwest Passage Is Now Open For Business Oblate Spheroid
09/18/2007 [-] Gül hosts top names in business world
09/18/2007 [-] Oracle links business process analysis, SOA
09/18/2007 [-] Rolls-Royce to lease former ATA hangar
09/18/2007 [-] Portland's hot housing market slowly cooling
09/18/2007 [-] SAP launches web-delivered business software service
09/18/2007 [-] Hart to sell Carter Holt wood businesses
09/18/2007 [-] HHS Energy Report newsletter
09/18/2007 [-] How global business reduces the need for bilateral pacts
09/18/2007 [-] MidAmerican, Ohio co. partner on projects
09/18/2007 [-] Utility board approves Alliant lines sale
09/18/2007 [-] Study Home dialysis better for patients
09/18/2007 [-] Nuveen shareholders OK its acquisition by Madison Dearborn Partners
09/18/2007 [-] Risk consultant Kroll acquires TrialGraphix
09/18/2007 [-] Bush tries to out-Fox Greenspan Record is 'good'
09/18/2007 [-] As Macy's gets Martha Stewart line, Kmart line gets makeover as well
09/18/2007 [-] Several businesses open in University Plaza III
09/18/2007 [-] VIDEO Tammy Elliott Speaks To Young Business Leaders
09/18/2007 [-] HP Says Business Manager Coming To AT&T
09/18/2007 [-] InfoSpace to sell online directory business to Idearc for 225M
09/18/2007 [-] British insurer Resolution says 1st-half profit rose 31% on new business, asset management
09/18/2007 [-] Countrywide CEO says 'out' of subprime business
09/18/2007 [-] Elliot Richardson and Michael Mukasey/Old Business and New Business
09/18/2007 [-] Stocks soar after Fed's big rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] New York oil price soars to record high after Fed rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] Wheat forecast slashed, prices jump
09/18/2007 [-] Carter Holt operations up for sale
09/18/2007 [-] Boeing's new 787 could be unsafe report
09/18/2007 [-] General Motors, union negotiations continue
09/18/2007 [-] House hunting with a mouse gaining popularity
09/18/2007 [-] It’s enough to make you cry
09/18/2007 [-] Straight from the source
09/18/2007 [-] ‘Public broadcaster is too commercial’
09/18/2007 [-] Publications on Fitness and Health Head to Web
09/18/2007 [-] Orion Health looks to listing in next few years
09/18/2007 [-] NZ dollar surges as US cuts interest rates
09/18/2007 [-] Euro hits record against dollar on Fed half-point cut
09/18/2007 [-] NZ sharemarket roars ahead after US rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] 'Just getting by' Business study pegs Lebanese growth at 2 percent for 2007
09/18/2007 [-] Countrywide CEO calls on U.S. government to help ease credit crunch
09/18/2007 [-] Analysis Professor Bernanke is now facing some tough Wall Street scrutiny
09/18/2007 [-] US Healthy steel sector continues push for trade restrictions on China
09/18/2007 [-] Canadian financial firm Coventree slashes staff
09/18/2007 [-] Subprime crisis deepens for 2 U.S. lenders
09/18/2007 [-] How much will U.S. housing prices fall?
09/18/2007 [-] Alaska Airlines will test inflight Internet system
09/18/2007 [-] Wall Street's reaction Thank you, Ben
09/18/2007 [-] Parsons CEO transition timing unclear
09/18/2007 [-] IBM and Google take aim at Microsoft's Office dominance
09/18/2007 [-] US stocks soar after Fed slashes rates
09/18/2007 [-] Attorney General prohibits Idaho man from doing business in Oregon
09/18/2007 [-] Gold rises to 16-month high
09/18/2007 [-] SCORE offers Spanish version of Small Business Basics
09/18/2007 [-] Markets Soar After Fed Cuts Key Rate by a Half Point
09/18/2007 [-] Fed cuts key rate by a half point to buffer economy
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. appeals court reinstates suit against New York Stock Exchange over stock specialists
09/18/2007 [-] EU energy plan stresses security, splitting up suppliers and infrastructure
09/18/2007 [-] Italy antitrust regulator OKs UniCredit acquisition of Capitalia conditionally%
09/18/2007 [-] Philip Morris USA sues Internet vendors in federal court
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. index of homebuilder sentiment falls for 7th-straight month to tie record low
09/18/2007 [-] European stocks close higher as Northern Rock regains some ground
09/18/2007 [-] Text of Federal Reserve policy statements on interest rates
09/18/2007 [-] Nymex gold unchanged
09/18/2007 [-] Brazil steelmaker CSN to invest billions over the next four years
09/18/2007 [-] Dollar tumbles to new low against the euro after Fed's half-point rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] Money manager Mario Gabelli votes in favor of Topps takeover proposal
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. stocks soar after Fed's bigger-than-expected half-point cut in interest rates
09/18/2007 [-] Spanish aerospace company chooses Michigan for engineering center
09/18/2007 [-] Intel to ship new chips with smaller transistors in November
09/18/2007 [-] There's a run on a bank in Britain Could it happen in the U.S.?
09/18/2007 [-] Santa Clara's Intel Announces Rollout Of New Chips
09/18/2007 [-] Some of 475 AT&T jobs are filled
09/18/2007 [-] Govt's plan worries oil/gas industry
09/18/2007 [-] Nokia's E51 business phone
09/18/2007 [-] Disneyland to expand hotel, add time-shares
09/18/2007 [-] House passes plan to expand FHA's role in mortgages, housing grants
09/18/2007 [-] Foreclosures soar in August, up 36 percent from July
09/18/2007 [-] Jobless rate dropped to 4.6 percent in August
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. gold futures hit 28-year peak after Fed rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] Oil hits new high over 82
09/18/2007 [-] Sepracor paid lobbyist 120,000
09/18/2007 [-] House Passes Mortgage Plan
09/18/2007 [-] Text of Fed's statement today
09/18/2007 [-] Man accused of rape at Miramar business
09/18/2007 [-] Nokia expands business phone line with stylish new E51
09/18/2007 [-] Midday Leaders Laggards DJIA
09/18/2007 [-] Sector Snap Chinese Web companies mixed
09/18/2007 [-] InfoSpace to sell online directories
09/18/2007 [-] Biotech stocks climb with general market
09/18/2007 [-] Intel CEO tinier chipmaking technology on track
09/18/2007 [-] Federal Reserve announces rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] Northern Rock bounces back
09/18/2007 [-] SAP to unveil Web-delivered business software
09/18/2007 [-] Fed slashes a key interest rate
09/18/2007 [-] Cliff Shannon resigns from SMC Business Councils
09/18/2007 [-] Time Warner mulls sale of U.S. AOL access business
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. banks lower prime rate a half-point
09/18/2007 [-] Business Leasing and Finance News
09/18/2007 [-] Foreign Shares Risky Business?
09/18/2007 [-] Indy battery researcher gets 6.5M pact
09/18/2007 [-] Beckman Coulter selects Park 100
09/18/2007 [-] Rolls-Royce to lease former ATA hub
09/18/2007 [-] Cummins stock hits year high
09/18/2007 [-] Bellevue-based InfoSpace to sell online directory business for 225 million
09/18/2007 [-] West Des Moines housing complex sold
09/18/2007 [-] Morrell to add 250 jobs in Sioux City
09/18/2007 [-] IBM offering free office productivity software
09/18/2007 [-] Global warming complaint against carmakers is dismissed
09/18/2007 [-] Even hedge fund billionaires tighten purse strings
09/18/2007 [-] Apple brings iPhone to Europe
09/18/2007 [-] Lehman loss is less than expected
09/18/2007 [-] Government efforts to help borrowers anger some in U.S.
09/18/2007 [-] Bank of England doubles emergency loans available to British banks
09/18/2007 [-] Murdoch considers lifting wsj.com fee
09/18/2007 [-] Fed slashes key rate a half point
09/18/2007 [-] Oil Hits New Records After Fed Rate Cut
09/18/2007 [-] Spanish firm to open 10-million engineering center in Pittsfield Twp.
09/18/2007 [-] Saudi hailed for easing visas for foreign businessmen
09/18/2007 [-] GM To Make P
09/18/2007 [-] N.S. film tax credit could take business from N.B., say producers
09/18/2007 [-] Northern Rock on the mend
09/18/2007 [-] UniCredit SpA to buy Italian peer Capitalia SpA
09/18/2007 [-] US housing market weakens
09/18/2007 [-] Stocks soar after Fed's rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] Fed cuts key interest rate a half-point
09/18/2007 [-] TSX Group CEO tells European audience TSX crucial to Canada's energy growth
09/18/2007 [-] GM, UAW to keep negotiating for new contract
09/18/2007 [-] Energy Alberta boss says nuclear energy will protect province from carbon tax
09/18/2007 [-] Bigger media companies in better positiion to protect diversity, CRTC panel told
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. gold futures hit 28-year peak
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. Fed cuts interest rates a half-point
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. stocks soar after Fed cuts rates
09/18/2007 [-] GM-UAW talks resume; complex details slow momentum toward deal
09/18/2007 [-] Index of homebuilder sentiment falls for 7th-straight month to tie record low
09/18/2007 [-] Healthcare dollars topic at Bossier Chamber monthly business builder
09/18/2007 [-] New York oil price hits record high of 81.80 dollars
09/18/2007 [-] Fed slashes interest rates
09/18/2007 [-] EU considers adding protectionist measures to energy policy
09/18/2007 [-] Moral hazard or responsible behavior?
09/18/2007 [-] Bank of England doubles emergency loans available to Briti...
09/18/2007 [-] Q&A US interest rate decision
09/18/2007 [-] Fed cuts interest rate to 4.75%
09/18/2007 [-] Business Elite May Get to Quiz Putin
09/18/2007 [-] Murdoch says new business-focused Fox cable channel will target Main Street
09/18/2007 [-] Business DA 'bagsakans' in metro to sell Mindanao fruits
09/18/2007 [-] Business Import requirements of garment raw materials cut
09/18/2007 [-] Business US ambassador to keynote two-day Mindanao biz gab
09/18/2007 [-] Business State pension funds assets reach P248B
09/18/2007 [-] Business Computerization eases out Cebuano freelance typists
09/18/2007 [-] Business Firm to expand Cebu City hotel,lays out plan for housing project
09/18/2007 [-] Business Group eyes packing facility
09/18/2007 [-] American Express to Sell Banking Unit
09/18/2007 [-] Fed lowers key rate a half point
09/18/2007 [-] US slashes interest rates to 4.75%
09/18/2007 [-] MeMedia Names Ned Newhouse as Senior Vice President of Advertising Sales and Business Development
09/18/2007 [-] EU Commish Kuneva Consumers Educate Business
09/18/2007 [-] Coventree loan maker cuts staff 30 percent
09/18/2007 [-] Major shareholder votes in favor of Topps takeover proposal
09/18/2007 [-] GE may see hefty charge in exit from Japanese loan business, US subprime unit-FT
09/18/2007 [-] Bank ends current account interest
09/18/2007 [-] iPhone arrives in UK
09/18/2007 [-] FactCheck how u
09/18/2007 [-] Brown Economy can deal with crisis
09/18/2007 [-] Lib Dems vow public pensions curb
09/18/2007 [-] Can iPhone woo UK buyers?
09/18/2007 [-] Business Group Calls for Revival of Subsidy for Solar Power
09/18/2007 [-] MB small business forum
09/18/2007 [-] Citadel hires Goldman's head of investor relations
09/18/2007 [-] Moving Downtown AOL Seeks New Image
09/18/2007 [-] SpongeBob Pushes Deeper Into Electronics Aisle
09/18/2007 [-] Bigmouthmedia CEO Wins at National Business Awards Scotland 2007
09/18/2007 [-] Home builder confidence drops more in Sept NAHB
09/18/2007 [-] Traffic congestion can cost commuters a workweek a year
09/18/2007 [-] Nokia eyes mobile e-mail, unveils business phone
09/18/2007 [-] Dole recalls lettuce after E. coli found
09/18/2007 [-] Business PAL needs 1.4 billion dollars for re-fleeting program
09/18/2007 [-] Murdoch may ax Wall Street Journal website fee
09/18/2007 [-] Three groups to fight for Southern Water
09/18/2007 [-] BP settles four refinery blast cases
09/18/2007 [-] FactCheck how unfair is council tax?
09/18/2007 [-] View of the day UK economy
09/18/2007 [-] Fed starts meeting as markets eye rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] Wall Street Journal likes Kelley School of Business
09/18/2007 [-] Stocks Rise Sharply Ahead of Fed
09/18/2007 [-] Business Save sugar duty-free privileges
09/18/2007 [-] Mozilla launches internet communications division
09/18/2007 [-] HP Helps Communications and Entertainment Companies Unlock the Value of Customer Data
09/18/2007 [-] Iowa businesses receive USDA grants
09/18/2007 [-] New wind energy projects coming, Culver says
09/18/2007 [-] Political risk weighs on Africa's ratings agency
09/18/2007 [-] Sponsorship, the big business behind F1
09/18/2007 [-] Dell signs hospital service contract
09/18/2007 [-] Murdoch says new business-focused Fox cable channel will be aimed at small investors
09/18/2007 [-] Major events related to the 2005 BP Texas City blast
09/18/2007 [-] VIDEO Seattle Businesses Named Great For Dumpster Diving
09/18/2007 [-] Nasdaq Warns Distributed Energy Systems Corp. Of More Stock Woes
09/18/2007 [-] Kroger profit higher than expected
09/18/2007 [-] PG is protected from market volatility CFO
09/18/2007 [-] Nasdaq picks brain for new health care index
09/18/2007 [-] Death Proof Extended and Unrated
09/18/2007 [-] BusinessCast September 18, 2007
09/18/2007 [-] Global helium shortage expands
09/18/2007 [-] Tower of tiles
09/18/2007 [-] AirAsia X To Launch UK Route By End-2008
09/18/2007 [-] Labor Talks With G.M. Are Recessed Without Pact
09/18/2007 [-] Mortgage crisis deepens at Impac, Accredited
09/18/2007 [-] Main Dish 15 Green Business Founders
09/18/2007 [-] Expensive winter for motorists AA
09/18/2007 [-] Kroger shares up following profit news
09/18/2007 [-] Bank of Spain governor predicts soft landing for country's economy
09/18/2007 [-] House pushing plan to expand Federal Housing Administration's role in mortgages
09/18/2007 [-] US home foreclosures soar 36 percent in August survey
09/18/2007 [-] SFK Pulp Fund reduces monthly distribution to two cents per unit
09/18/2007 [-] Reports suggest similar fault in recent SAS emergency landings
09/18/2007 [-] Key German indicator plunges as economic uncertainty grows
09/18/2007 [-] Smithsonian Chief Must Balance Business, Science, Board Says
09/18/2007 [-] TIMES Fired engineer calls 787's fuselage unsafe
09/18/2007 [-] DC World launches strategic plan in cooperation with Business Excellence Center
09/18/2007 [-] Park 100 to be hub for Beckman Coulter move
09/18/2007 [-] Lilly drug to star in consumer campaign
09/18/2007 [-] Coal prices remain firm in thin trade
09/18/2007 [-] Northern Rock shares higher but some depositors still pulling out
09/18/2007 [-] Florida Businessman Found Dead in New Jersey Tue, 18 Sep 2007 154335 GMT
09/18/2007 [-] How the bail-out will work
09/18/2007 [-] Comcast expands borrowing from local bank
09/18/2007 [-] Comcast predicts strong growth
09/18/2007 [-] What's the ideal ad buy?
09/18/2007 [-] Hiring manual laborers
09/18/2007 [-] A fig grows in Sonoma
09/18/2007 [-] Wind power to the people
09/18/2007 [-] Many business opportunities exists in Haiti
09/18/2007 [-] New tax mulled to narrow the wealth gap
09/18/2007 [-] Mixed report for CNS, incumbent govt
09/18/2007 [-] Minor kicks off brand-refreshing drive
09/18/2007 [-] All budget flights are operating normally
09/18/2007 [-] BURSA MALAYSIA KL Share Prices Mixed In Early Trade
09/18/2007 [-] Apple launches iPhone in Britain
09/18/2007 [-] GM to make Poland big Chevrolet producer
09/18/2007 [-] Sanyo to Withdraw from Mobile Phone Sales Business
09/18/2007 [-] Producer Prices Fall 1.4% in August
09/18/2007 [-] Warming threat disclosures sought
09/18/2007 [-] Costco to take anchor spot at Lakewood mall
09/18/2007 [-] JWDI briefing India's defence industry
09/18/2007 [-] Glaxo wins 41M defense contract on biothreats
09/18/2007 [-] Federal Reserve expected to cut a key interest rate to deal with recession risks
09/18/2007 [-] Carlsberg enters joint venture in Vietnam
09/18/2007 [-] New Dutch government hikes taxes on wealthy in 2008 budget, reflecting shift to left
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. stocks rise ahead of Fed interest rate decision
09/18/2007 [-] Report minister calls on Italian businessmen to save Alitalia
09/18/2007 [-] Bulgaria's economy grew by 6.4 percent on year in 1H
09/18/2007 [-] American Express agrees to sell international banking assets for about 1.1 billion
09/18/2007 [-] Ohio competing with Quebec, Canada, site for Russian steel mill
09/18/2007 [-] Hochschild boosts 1H profit on rising capacity
09/18/2007 [-] ABB wins US400 million order in Germany
09/18/2007 [-] Drugmaker Johnson & Johnson to cut 688 posts from Belgium's Janssen-Cilag
09/18/2007 [-] Dublin dockland's redevelopment launched
09/18/2007 [-] US firm to create 80 Belfast R&D jobs
09/18/2007 [-] US producer prices builds case for rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] Retail sales up 6.8% in July
09/18/2007 [-] Carroll ups ICG stake to 21.76%
09/18/2007 [-] Eircom sells masts business for €155m
09/18/2007 [-] Entrepreneur turns profit; ex-homeowners start fresh
09/18/2007 [-] Malaysia's Petronas pushing for gas price hike report
09/18/2007 [-] AirAsia X to fly China, Australia in October with first A330
09/18/2007 [-] Sony Bank Securities To Open For Business Oct. 1
09/18/2007 [-] Rates rise on Treasury securities
09/18/2007 [-] Germany, France consider golden share to protect Airbus interests
09/18/2007 [-] PREVIEW EU gets set to take on the energy giants
09/18/2007 [-] Ohio competes for new steel plant
09/18/2007 [-] S&P rates Russia's Renova BB, ruAA stable
09/18/2007 [-] Sentinel founder, wife received 11.3 million
09/18/2007 [-] Ryerson sets date for acquisition vote
09/18/2007 [-] Cosi names new CEO
09/18/2007 [-] Factory Card Outlet to be acquired
09/18/2007 [-] Dole recalls salad mix in latest E. coli scare; bags distributed in
09/18/2007 [-] World waiting for Fed decision
09/18/2007 [-] New site sweetens candy show
09/18/2007 [-] N.Y. Times eliminates most fees for online access
09/18/2007 [-] Lehman's third-quarter profit better than expected
09/18/2007 [-] Jena Businesses Set to Close for Rally
09/18/2007 [-] Coventree cutting jobs, closing Denver office
09/18/2007 [-] Scotiabank buying DundeeWealth stake, Dundee Bank
09/18/2007 [-] Slowing British inflation fuels rate cut hopes
09/18/2007 [-] US wholesale prices tumble 1.4%
09/18/2007 [-] Apple to launch iPhone in Europe with Britain's O2
09/18/2007 [-] Nokia E51, a Fresh Mobile Business Solution
09/18/2007 [-] Bonds improve a tad
09/18/2007 [-] Stocks Up In Anticipation Of Fed Rate Cut
09/18/2007 [-] Alitalia must be saved by Italian businessmen
09/18/2007 [-] China warned that more action needed to check huge trade surplus
09/18/2007 [-] Wholesale prices fall by the largest amount in 10 months
09/18/2007 [-] Asian trade union representatives gather in Singapore
09/18/2007 [-] Indian minister urges German firms to participate in boom
09/18/2007 [-] EU proposes fighting fake euros with fakes
09/18/2007 [-] GE CFO says economy 'pretty good,' outlook steady
09/18/2007 [-] Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. reported third-quarter profit fell 3 percent
09/18/2007 [-] General Dynamics unit gets 57-million contract
09/18/2007 [-] New York Times to stop charging for content on its Web site
09/18/2007 [-] Delphi to sell brake equipment to TRW
09/18/2007 [-] La-Z-Boy promotes Otis Sawyer
09/18/2007 [-] Coventree slashes costs, staff amid credit crunch
09/18/2007 [-] Scotiabank buys DundeeWealth's bank unit
09/18/2007 [-] Motor vehicle sales slip in July but are expected to rebound in August
09/18/2007 [-] Toronto stocks steady ahead of Fed decision
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. wholesale prices fall by largest amount in 10 months
09/18/2007 [-] Gildan pays up to US135M for U.S. sock maker V.I. Prewett, boosts guidance
09/18/2007 [-] Hardware retailer Rona acquiring B.C. building supply firm Dick's Lumber
09/18/2007 [-] Canada dlr tops 98 U.S. cents, Fed decision looms
09/18/2007 [-] British inflation slows to 1.8% in August
09/18/2007 [-] Blog Lufthansa marks Orlando-to-Frankfurt service with sale
09/18/2007 [-] Stocks dip as investors refrain from betting ahead of Fed meeting
09/18/2007 [-] Saving money and the environment at the same time
09/18/2007 [-] Adobe profits soar, beating expectations
09/18/2007 [-] Treasury's Paulson New credit unnecessary
09/18/2007 [-] China scrutinizes U.S. imports
09/18/2007 [-] Health costs in Northeast outpace U.S.
09/18/2007 [-] Microsoft's antitrust appeal rejected
09/18/2007 [-] Petaluma startup raises 28 million
09/18/2007 [-] Warming suit tossed against carmakers
09/18/2007 [-] E-Trade restructures on credit worries
09/18/2007 [-] Next 3 days could shape U.S. economy
09/18/2007 [-] Business expo set for Tinley Park
09/18/2007 [-] FPL wants boost in nuclear energy
09/18/2007 [-] Bank injects 4.4 billion pounds into markets
09/18/2007 [-] Enabling business and IT integration ITIL v3 and Compuware's IT Service Management Solution
09/18/2007 [-] Cracker Barrel parent's earnings fall
09/18/2007 [-] August producer prices dip sharply on energy
09/18/2007 [-] Lehman net falls on writedowns
09/18/2007 [-] Northern Rock shares rise but run continues
09/18/2007 [-] School board fails to adjust for business owners contract oversight on sales tax
09/18/2007 [-] 6 L.A. County 'business-friendly' cities
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. wholesale prices fall 1.4 percent
09/18/2007 [-] Lehman Brothers uses investment banking, trading to offset 3Q mortgage woes
09/18/2007 [-] AirAsia X recieves first wide-bodied jetliner for flights to China, Australia
09/18/2007 [-] Best Buy 2Q profits rise 8.7 percent, beating Street expectations
09/18/2007 [-] Most Asian markets lower; Tokyo stocks fall amid renewed concern over global credit markets
09/18/2007 [-] Independent News' 1st-half profit drops 27 percent
09/18/2007 [-] Some Jena businesses closing Thursday because of rally
09/18/2007 [-] Thomas Cook set to decide by year-end on cash use
09/18/2007 [-] Carphone's shares up after Best Buy takes stake
09/18/2007 [-] Some Jena businesses planning to close Thursday
09/18/2007 [-] Lehman results fall on mortgage, loan writedowns
09/18/2007 [-] Best Buy posts higher profit
09/18/2007 [-] Producer prices dip 1.4 percent in Aug on energy
09/18/2007 [-] Treasury rates rise
09/18/2007 [-] GM, UAW continue to talk
09/18/2007 [-] Walnut Grove water makes Emmys
09/18/2007 [-] Tuesday Newspaper Review Irish Business News and International Stories
09/18/2007 [-] Televisa CEO plans to discuss Mexico
09/18/2007 [-] Sony financial unit cuts IPO price
09/18/2007 [-] Resolution increases 1st-half profit 31 percent
09/18/2007 [-] Cummins reaffirms '07 guidance
09/18/2007 [-] IndyGo, IUPUI team up for low fares
09/18/2007 [-] 6 L.A. County `business-friendly` cities
09/18/2007 [-] Stock Futures Point Slightly Higher
09/18/2007 [-] Odds of recession up, former Fed chief says
09/18/2007 [-] Sony denies Toshiba chip operations sale
09/18/2007 [-] Ahead of the Bell Adobe Systems
09/18/2007 [-] Nigerian bourse to launch new top share index
09/18/2007 [-] Oil hits new high above 81, supply worries grow
09/18/2007 [-] Zimbabwe Aug inflation slows to 6,592.8 pct yr/yr
09/18/2007 [-] Mauritius Aug tourism grows 8.8 pct y/y
09/18/2007 [-] Budget airline bosses criticize increasingly heavy regulation
09/18/2007 [-] Oil rises to new intraday record above US81 on anticipation of U.S. rate cut
09/18/2007 [-] In bullish China, slew of IPOs just push share prices still higher
09/18/2007 [-] Fiat Group appoints chief marketing officer
09/18/2007 [-] Boeing says China needs to add 3,400 planes over two decades
09/18/2007 [-] US home foreclosures soar in August, up 36 percent from July
09/18/2007 [-] UAE to buy 20 percent stake in Japanese oil company
09/18/2007 [-] U.S. dollar mostly higher, gold up in European trading
09/18/2007 [-] Commerzbank buys more than 60 percent stake in Ukraine's Bank Forum
09/18/2007 [-] Sweden to cut income taxes by US1.61 billion
09/18/2007 [-] Galaxy Entertainment says it received approval to expand Cotai development in Macau
09/18/2007 [-] EU economy chief warns China that more action needed to check huge trade surplus
09/18/2007 [-] London's FTSE-100 index trading up 18.42 points at 6,201.20
09/18/2007 [-] Hong Kong shares dip 0.1 percent, traders sell property companies after strong gains


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