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10/11/2007 [-] Al Bowen Aligns Ohio Financial Services’ Technology and Business Plan
10/11/2007 [-] Qantas Unfazed By Delayed Boeing 787 Dreamliner Ceo
10/11/2007 [-] Australia's Webjet Ends Deal With Travel.Com; Invites Bidders
10/11/2007 [-] Tenix buys NZ engineering firm
10/11/2007 [-] Petsec doubles US oil and gas assets
10/11/2007 [-] Inflation worries surge to a high
10/11/2007 [-] US lawsuit accuses Apple, AT&T of monopolistic behavior with the iPhone
10/11/2007 [-] New Zealand airport still in talks with Canada Pension Plan for stake
10/11/2007 [-] Gold opens higher in Hong Kong at US741.55 an ounce
10/11/2007 [-] Shares of Sony financial unit rise 5 percent in Tokyo debut
10/11/2007 [-] Bank of Japan expected to keep interest rates steady
10/11/2007 [-] US insurance industry SUVS offer varying protection in side crashes
10/11/2007 [-] Businesses closed in China for allegedly proselytizing
10/11/2007 [-] High fliers behind new financial institution
10/11/2007 [-] Auckland Airport shares rebound
10/11/2007 [-] Feltex failures found
10/11/2007 [-] Genesis thermal project blocked
10/11/2007 [-] Manufacturing continues to expand
10/11/2007 [-] Air NZ to talk to Boeing about Dreamliner delay
10/11/2007 [-] Watchdog blasts Feltex and its auditors
10/11/2007 [-] Michael Hill same store sales fall
10/11/2007 [-] Northwest Passage Open for Business
10/11/2007 [-] Retailers urged to ease price hike on beer -
10/11/2007 [-] Workers
10/11/2007 [-] SET up 0.62%
10/11/2007 [-] Cadbury ditches US drinks arm sale
10/11/2007 [-] TAR college alumni holds business forum
10/11/2007 [-] Ex-Qwest Chief Asks for New Trial
10/11/2007 [-] Madonna Nears Deal to Leave Record Label
10/11/2007 [-] For Sleep-Away Camps, More Endless Summers
10/11/2007 [-] Waste Management plans to go green
10/11/2007 [-] Monsanto loss is wider than expected
10/11/2007 [-] Boyce named new Peabody chairman
10/11/2007 [-] Conrad plans apartments, offices in Clayton
10/11/2007 [-] UAW ends 7-hour strike
10/11/2007 [-] Home sales to slip again
10/11/2007 [-] A 6-hour Strike by Auto Workers Against Chrysler
10/11/2007 [-] Singapore shares rally in early trading
10/11/2007 [-] Bleaker Outlook For Home Sales
10/11/2007 [-] Screaming For Skyscrapers
10/11/2007 [-] Luxury Rising
10/11/2007 [-] Corporate News Cools Off Stocks
10/11/2007 [-] A Racial Retirement Gap
10/11/2007 [-] UAW, Chrysler Have Tentative Contract
10/11/2007 [-] Chicken Dish Recalled
10/11/2007 [-] State Hot For Fuel Cells Despite Rail Report
10/11/2007 [-] ETA For Boeing 787 Pushed Back 6 Months
10/11/2007 [-] Hartford's Hive Of Busy Workers
10/11/2007 [-] Largest Singapore and Malaysian law firms join forces
10/11/2007 [-] Tokyo stocks open mixed ahead of earnings reports release
10/11/2007 [-] British businessman admits trying to smuggle family into U.S. from Canada
10/11/2007 [-] BoQ posts profit jump, sees more growth
10/11/2007 [-] Newcrest completes retail restructure
10/11/2007 [-] U.S. Studies Japan on Chinese Imports
10/11/2007 [-] Businesses Spend 20% of IT Budgets on Security
10/11/2007 [-] Government ends Tatt's lottery monopoly
10/11/2007 [-] Jobs boom triggers rates alarm
10/11/2007 [-] S.Korea to put 17 million into Canada uranium project
10/11/2007 [-] Class-Action Charges Apple, AT&T With Unlawful Business Practices
10/11/2007 [-] Japanese Manufacturing Sector Grows
10/11/2007 [-] Italian Firm To Build British Luxury Liner
10/11/2007 [-] Finnish Workers Mull Mass Resignations
10/11/2007 [-] Felony Interference Of A Business Model Is Not A Crime
10/11/2007 [-] Analysis Mortgage lending
10/11/2007 [-] Crunch forces Cadbury to spin-off US drink unit
10/11/2007 [-] An inconvenient set of untruths Al Gore's film 'littered with errors'
10/11/2007 [-] Delays may prove heavy cost to Boeing
10/11/2007 [-] Apple & AT&T accused of monopolistic behavior
10/11/2007 [-] Consumers slow spending, retailers cut outlooks
10/11/2007 [-] Stocks opens slightly lower, miners add support
10/11/2007 [-] Air Deccan to woo business travellers, too
10/11/2007 [-] Fiji businesses plead for EU aid money
10/11/2007 [-] A 'penniless' Canada?
10/11/2007 [-] Suit Accuses AT&T, Apple Of Monopoly with iPhone
10/11/2007 [-] HK to boost international convention, exhibition businesses
10/11/2007 [-] RI has the worst climate for businesses in US
10/11/2007 [-] Building societies agree to merge
10/11/2007 [-] Short-stay accommodation numbers rise
10/11/2007 [-] Securities Commission clears Feltex prospectus
10/11/2007 [-] In-school apprenticeship scheme unveiled
10/11/2007 [-] Sony Financial Holdings makes market debut
10/11/2007 [-] US company halts Curious George toy shipments over lead concerns
10/11/2007 [-] Japan machinery orders down 7.7 percent in August on month
10/11/2007 [-] Alcoa posts 3% profit rise in challenging third quarter
10/11/2007 [-] Murchison makes US889m bid for rival Midwest
10/11/2007 [-] Mahindra enters retail sector
10/11/2007 [-] Strong second quarter performance by Carphone
10/11/2007 [-] EPU survey on productivity climate
10/11/2007 [-] SDKM entering Europe, US markets
10/11/2007 [-] Effie Awards offer global recognition
10/11/2007 [-] Cost of nuclear clean-up rises to 73bn
10/11/2007 [-] Virgin America Kicks Off SFO To Las Vegas Service
10/11/2007 [-] Hyundai's Alabama plant closing for 10 days during 4th quarter amid slow demand
10/11/2007 [-] Costco Q4 profit up on strong sales, cost cutting; shares jump
10/11/2007 [-] Waste Management Inc. announces ambitious 'green' initiative
10/11/2007 [-] B.C. Securities Commission gives lifetime ban to former stock picker
10/11/2007 [-] 'Too bad for business'
10/11/2007 [-] Oil diplomacy in full swing
10/11/2007 [-] World oil prices rise in volatile market
10/11/2007 [-] Stephen becomes ANZ chief risk officer
10/11/2007 [-] UAW reaches tentative contract with Chrysler, ratifies historic agreement with GM
10/11/2007 [-] U.S. Dollar lower against yen in Tokyo trading
10/11/2007 [-] Japan's current account rises in August for 8th month in a row
10/11/2007 [-] House prices 'falling fast'
10/11/2007 [-] Teenagers 'blow £1,000 a year'
10/11/2007 [-] Retailers cut outlooks as consumer spending slows
10/11/2007 [-] Measure will stifle enterprise, business leaders tell ministers
10/11/2007 [-] Corel guides for 4Q below Wall Street
10/11/2007 [-] Aftermarket Movers Ruby Tuesday falls
10/11/2007 [-] 18. PLS eyes more contracts
10/11/2007 [-] 11. US stocks trade mixed after rally
10/11/2007 [-] 5. News in brief
10/11/2007 [-] 4. Support Line
10/11/2007 [-] Greenspan sees U.S. economic toll from crunch
10/11/2007 [-] UAW in tentative deal with Chrysler
10/11/2007 [-] Group revises home sales price outlook
10/11/2007 [-] UAW members ratify new GM contract
10/11/2007 [-] Pension fund sues Mattel
10/11/2007 [-] ConAgra suspends Mo. potpie production
10/11/2007 [-] California nurses call 2-day strike
10/11/2007 [-] Advisory Panel Backs New Drug-Coated Stent
10/11/2007 [-] US government grants steel makers' request to extend tariffs on China, India
10/11/2007 [-] Juror Some on music sharing jury wanted maximum 150,000 per song, 3.6M total
10/11/2007 [-] Chrysler reaches deal with striking US workers
10/11/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Opens Softer Oct 11, 2007
10/11/2007 [-] ING Investment appoints new sales chief
10/11/2007 [-] Realestate.com.au buys 51% of Dubai site
10/11/2007 [-] Aussie dollar weaker despite US rate call
10/11/2007 [-] Squeeze threatens global growth surge
10/11/2007 [-] Nine, Ten plan full shows online
10/11/2007 [-] Ten remains confident despite World Cup fizzle
10/11/2007 [-] BusinessWeek overhauls its design, eliminates most lifestyle coverage
10/11/2007 [-] Levi's 3Q Profit Up Despite Slow Sales
10/11/2007 [-] Utility settles huge acid rain suit
10/11/2007 [-] New Zealand fraud squad investigates real estate agent scam
10/10/2007 [-] Business Report for Thursday, October 11, 2007
10/10/2007 [-] 20. Yamaha targets 38% share in m-cycle market
10/10/2007 [-] 19. Wijaya Baru's plant in China to break even
10/10/2007 [-] 18. MNC set to return to black
10/10/2007 [-] 17. Cadbury drinks unit demerger
10/10/2007 [-] 16. SC plans guidelines on due diligence conduct
10/10/2007 [-] 15. Stronger Affin poised to go to the next level
10/10/2007 [-] 14. Petra Energy unit wins RM50mil contract
10/10/2007 [-] 13. TAR college alumni holds business forum
10/10/2007 [-] 12. Magni-Tech gains from new ops
10/10/2007 [-] 11. Boeing to delay first 787 deliveries by 6 months
10/10/2007 [-] 10. Kein Hing to build second Vietnam factory
10/10/2007 [-] 9. FMM urges Government to review energy policy
10/10/2007 [-] 8. Opcom gets Telekom job
10/10/2007 [-] 5. New opportunities for financial planners
10/10/2007 [-] 4. MISC, Viet firm get US350m storage and offloading contract
10/10/2007 [-] 2. DRB-HICOM to start talks on Bank Muamalat
10/10/2007 [-] 1. Ringgit strongest in 10 years
10/10/2007 [-] Consumers slow spending as retailers cut outlooks
10/10/2007 [-] Soybean rust found in 2 more Iowa counties
10/10/2007 [-] Report biofuel production could threaten water
10/10/2007 [-] CVS targets women in new ad campaign
10/10/2007 [-] Acapulco a lesson in restaurant dreams
10/10/2007 [-] Rowan pleads guilty to eco-crimes
10/10/2007 [-] Rex Global Corporation Joins IBM Business PartnerWorld
10/10/2007 [-] Businessman pleads guilty for smuggling
10/10/2007 [-] UAW members ratify new contract with GM
10/10/2007 [-] Striking workers at Chrysler HQ elated at news of agreement
10/10/2007 [-] Surveyors see house price falls
10/10/2007 [-] Costco 4Q profit up 5 percent to 372.4M
10/10/2007 [-] Greenspan says U.S. economy okay, except for housing
10/10/2007 [-] Independent Pharmacies Being Driven Out Of Business
10/10/2007 [-] PM appeals to postal workers
10/10/2007 [-] Valero Energy Corp estimates third-quarter earnings far short than expected
10/10/2007 [-] British businessman tries to smuggle family members
10/10/2007 [-] JPMorgan beats Goldman Sachs to £4.2bn Southern Water prize
10/10/2007 [-] 60 million apartment and office complex planned for Clayton
10/10/2007 [-] Synergetics revenue up, profit down
10/10/2007 [-] UAW workers at GM ratify historic 4-year pact
10/10/2007 [-] Stocks end mixed as Boeing's 787 delay hurts Dow
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler, UAW Reach Contract Agreement
10/10/2007 [-] Labour deal ends one-day strike at automaker Chrysler
10/10/2007 [-] UAW, Chrysler reach tentative pact
10/10/2007 [-] Sixth Barfoot and Thompson sacking
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler reaches deal with striking workers union chief
10/10/2007 [-] Urgency over claims for leaky homes
10/10/2007 [-] UAW ratifies four-year contract with General Motors
10/10/2007 [-] The Salt Lake Tribune Business Briefs Column
10/10/2007 [-] Judge grants request to block U.S. plan on illegal labor
10/10/2007 [-] Interior moving to account for billions owed Indian landowners
10/10/2007 [-] UAW statement on tentative contract agreement with Chrysler
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler LLC statement on tentative contract agreement with UAW
10/10/2007 [-] Psychiatrists Lament Loss of Autonomy in 'Business' of Medicine
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury opts to spin off beverage business
10/10/2007 [-] UAW OKs GM contract, local says
10/10/2007 [-] Avaya, Nokia collaborate
10/10/2007 [-] Austal names new COO for Mobile shipyard
10/10/2007 [-] Revolutionary Gateway into Music Business and technology
10/10/2007 [-] Governor gets down to business
10/10/2007 [-] Turning ideas into business models
10/10/2007 [-] HD Supply is closing Whitfield truss plant
10/10/2007 [-] Google-Doubleclick deal seen to win approval
10/10/2007 [-] Sector Snap Semiconductors slide
10/10/2007 [-] Movers roundup Tuesday Morning, Costco
10/10/2007 [-] SP downgrades Geneva Finance
10/10/2007 [-] Small Business Health Care Options Abound
10/10/2007 [-] Business Forums Meet During Danish Queen's Visit to Korea
10/10/2007 [-] Group End credit-card marketing
10/10/2007 [-] US stocks fall on profit concerns
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury to opt for demerger as private equity comes up short
10/10/2007 [-] Merger meetings puts onus on rival bidders
10/10/2007 [-] OECD urges more reforms to lift India’s annual growth to 10%
10/10/2007 [-] FTSE 100 Index closes up 17.6 points at 6633
10/10/2007 [-] Profits boost from weekend spor
10/10/2007 [-] Tax break for second home owners
10/10/2007 [-] Vail to serve organic food at 5 resorts
10/10/2007 [-] MGM Mirage Plans 5 Billion Atlantic City Resort
10/10/2007 [-] Mattel Faces Shareholder Suit Over Toy Recalls
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler workers strike as contract talks stall
10/10/2007 [-] Marvel named in legal action over possible lead-tainted toy
10/10/2007 [-] BURSA MALAYSIA Share Prices Firmer In Early Trade
10/10/2007 [-] PartsSource President CEO A. Ray Dalton Wins Innovation in Business Award
10/10/2007 [-] Automaker plans more idling at state plant
10/10/2007 [-] Credit crunch may not lead to recession
10/10/2007 [-] 'Fashion' retailers losing cachet with teens survey
10/10/2007 [-] NZ dollar shows little change
10/10/2007 [-] Restaurant Brands lifts half year profit
10/10/2007 [-] Choices Vary For Small Business Health Care
10/10/2007 [-] Going solo works for Khanyi
10/10/2007 [-] Properties in inner cities show potential for value
10/10/2007 [-] Errors challenge taxman
10/10/2007 [-] Carbon market long overdue in SA, says JSE
10/10/2007 [-] Hyundai's Montgomery plant to close 10 days during 4th quarter
10/10/2007 [-] Hyundai's Montgomery plant closing in 10 days
10/10/2007 [-] Honda to introduce eco-friendly but stylish CR-Z
10/10/2007 [-] Hyundai plant closing for 10 days
10/10/2007 [-] State tourism Web site wins award
10/10/2007 [-] MGM Plans Huge Atlantic City Resort
10/10/2007 [-] Boom Times for Dentists, but Not for Teeth
10/10/2007 [-] Bids to build skyscrapers, parks, homes on Manhattan waterfront
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. stocks trade mixed after rally; Alcoa, Boeing hurt Dow industrials
10/10/2007 [-] Ultrahigh-speed Internet2 gets 10x boost in anticipation of particle collider for physicists
10/10/2007 [-] Dollar trades mixed against major currencies on talk of further Fed rate cut
10/10/2007 [-] Nasdaq launches new version of index for up-and-coming companies
10/10/2007 [-] Investor lawsuit accuses Mattel of deception, insider trading on toy defects
10/10/2007 [-] U.S., European Businesses Urged To Leave Myanmar
10/10/2007 [-] REPORT ON TRADING-WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10, 2007 - THE TRINIDAD & TOBAGO STOCK EXCHANGE LIMITED
10/10/2007 [-] Emmis sells RadioNow's name, format to Radio One
10/10/2007 [-] Mahindra group to enter retail business
10/10/2007 [-] Assembly problems hamper delivery of Boeing 787 Dreamliner on time
10/10/2007 [-] Menu Foods reduces workforce and raises prices
10/10/2007 [-] Existing, new home sales continues donward spiral
10/10/2007 [-] Perfumesof Arabia do brisk business
10/10/2007 [-] LT bags 60 m order from Saudi Arabian co
10/10/2007 [-] Emmis sells WNOU-FM to Radio One
10/10/2007 [-] Shot Bulgarian Businessman Out of Coma
10/10/2007 [-] Brazil criticizes 'irrational' US stance in global trade talks
10/10/2007 [-] Jury orders DuPont to provide medical monitoring for contamination from smelter waste
10/10/2007 [-] Africa Business Clubs Carve Niche for Entrepreneurs
10/10/2007 [-] Donlan gets 46 months in federal prison in Wireless fraud
10/10/2007 [-] Ex-Vodafone manager is favourite to lead Sprint
10/10/2007 [-] Italian workers largely approve pension reform union projections
10/10/2007 [-] Foreclosures rise sharply in early August
10/10/2007 [-] EU, China to end textile quotas
10/10/2007 [-] Stocks Trade Mixed Amid Profit Warnings
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler workers walk as contract deadline passes
10/10/2007 [-] Business Promotion and Rude Employees
10/10/2007 [-] Job turnover steady in August
10/10/2007 [-] Yahoo to buy 10% of shares in Chinese Web firm's IPO
10/10/2007 [-] UAW STRIKES CHRYSLER Workers move to picket lines
10/10/2007 [-] UAW workers go on strike at Chrysler as talks fail to produce contract deal
10/10/2007 [-] Hawaii cinema chain may have buyer
10/10/2007 [-] EU antitrust regulators investigate suspected cartel in international freight forwarding
10/10/2007 [-] Judge grants request to block U.S. government's plan on illegal labor
10/10/2007 [-] Austintown expects building boom
10/10/2007 [-] Greenspan Housing will weaken further, but data OK
10/10/2007 [-] Trump's bid for Scotland golf course trumped by rare birds?
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury Schweppes to spin off U.S. beverage arm to shareholders
10/10/2007 [-] British hedge funds propose giving more information to investors
10/10/2007 [-] Blogging from Havana, secretly
10/10/2007 [-] Early detection just got easier
10/10/2007 [-] UAW counting down and counting votes
10/10/2007 [-] Businessman's checks leave br300,000 of postage due
10/10/2007 [-] Capital needed to spread Rockford work force
10/10/2007 [-] Texas Business Owner Sentenced for Workers' Comp Fraud
10/10/2007 [-] SF Judge Blocks U.S. Crackdown On Illegal Labor
10/10/2007 [-] Business Oil agency eyes 100% privatization this year
10/10/2007 [-] Fed meeting points to further rate cuts
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing Delays Deliveries of 787
10/10/2007 [-] Inside Alaska business
10/10/2007 [-] Combined-project plan
10/10/2007 [-] DPC leases network to parent AIS
10/10/2007 [-] Maia expects confidence to return this year
10/10/2007 [-] SMEs join forces to form the Thai Logistics Alliance
10/10/2007 [-] BOT keeps its key rate at 3.25%
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing announces delay in deliveries of 787 Dreamliner
10/10/2007 [-] G-7 seen pressing banks on openness
10/10/2007 [-] The piano maker Pleyel changes its marketing tune
10/10/2007 [-] Auckland Airport nominations signal board battle
10/10/2007 [-] How data miners hope to strike gold
10/10/2007 [-] Mortgage Application Volume Rises
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. May Look To Japan For Import Lessons
10/10/2007 [-] SEC Seeks Exec Pay Information
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. Stocks Down In Midday Trading
10/10/2007 [-] New Children's hospital will cost 1 billion
10/10/2007 [-] 5 protesters arrested at Board of Trade building
10/10/2007 [-] Business Bidding for LRT north extension construction opened
10/10/2007 [-] Trade Group predicts California housing sales, prices to keep falling in 2008
10/10/2007 [-] Christian group Businesses closed in western China for 'rel
10/10/2007 [-] British firm buys up Swiss ski resort for less than a dollar
10/10/2007 [-] Poland, Lithuania delay signing deal to connect nations' grids
10/10/2007 [-] Danish Queen urges stronger business ties with SKorea
10/10/2007 [-] Bell Canada Standardizes on Avaya to Deliver Industry-Leading IP Telephony Solutions to Canadian Businesses
10/10/2007 [-] ANALYSTS Assessing the strike's impact on Chrysler, the union
10/10/2007 [-] CHRYSLER STRIKE FIRST IMPRESSIONS Tom Walsh Union using all of its weapons
10/10/2007 [-] State home prices expected to drop
10/10/2007 [-] Australia approves $17.8 billion Gorgon gas project
10/10/2007 [-] Ethnic Influence to Be Included in Utah Business Conference
10/10/2007 [-] Chicago Theatre draws buyer
10/10/2007 [-] Dreamliner rollout delayed for six months
10/10/2007 [-] Dirty Business Arises in Top European Companies
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing says six-month delay in first deliveries of 787
10/10/2007 [-] Shareholder sues Mattel over toy defect reporting
10/10/2007 [-] Column As seen on TV, computer crash course, surreptitious shopping
10/10/2007 [-] Security Business Bank Reports Impressive Earnings
10/10/2007 [-] Spinal Restoration Inc. raises 16 million in venture capital
10/10/2007 [-] Record earnings seen for Goldman Sachs, based on hedge fun...
10/10/2007 [-] Carphone broadband signal weakens
10/10/2007 [-] US stocks trade mixed after rally; Boeing, Alcoa hurt Dow industrials
10/10/2007 [-] Deal to connect Polish, Lithuanian electrical systems postponed
10/10/2007 [-] Resolution PLC says it has rejected offer by rival Pearl Assurance PLC
10/10/2007 [-] Decline in home values expected
10/10/2007 [-] - Beer firms unite, seek a potent mix
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing to delay first delivery of 787 for 6 months
10/10/2007 [-] AstraZeneca patent on Nexium upheld
10/10/2007 [-] Wizz Air agrees to buy 50 Airbus planes
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler autoworkers strike some plants
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing to delay first 787 Dreamliner deliveries by six months
10/10/2007 [-] Reform-minded Arabs need support, World Bank head says
10/10/2007 [-] Five former Soviet states sign energy deal to bypass Russia
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing delays 787 Dreamliner deliveries for six months
10/10/2007 [-] L'Oreal loses copycat perfume appeal
10/10/2007 [-] BP revamp copies Exxon
10/10/2007 [-] Resolution rejects Pearl's approach
10/10/2007 [-] Manufacturing output up in Ohio
10/10/2007 [-] Gain Insight into Projected Business Intelligence Investment in Manufacturing
10/10/2007 [-] Solarium business down after cancer patient's campaign
10/10/2007 [-] Jordan Identifies Investment Sources
10/10/2007 [-] IBM launches new product suite for mid-size businesses
10/10/2007 [-] 8th Edition of Linux for Dummies Now Available
10/10/2007 [-] AIB appoints new Chief Risk Officer
10/10/2007 [-] O'Leary to replace Dorgan as IDA CEO
10/10/2007 [-] Boening Pushes 787 Production Back 6 Months
10/10/2007 [-] VOICES What the strikers are saying
10/10/2007 [-] EU probe looking at Ford's purchase of Romanian carmaker
10/10/2007 [-] Qantas restores domestic business class
10/10/2007 [-] Yum finds international recipe for success with KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut
10/10/2007 [-] Employment expected to rise solidly
10/10/2007 [-] Business Body formed to monitor imported, smuggled crops
10/10/2007 [-] 'Public spending needs drastic cuts'
10/10/2007 [-] US stocks, dollar slip on uncertainty
10/10/2007 [-] Resources power S.Africa stocks, rand in ranges
10/10/2007 [-] Budget surplus hits 64 bln in Russia in Jan-Sept. 1
10/10/2007 [-] Stocks Trade Mixed After Rally
10/10/2007 [-] Airbus slightly narrows Boeing's sales lead
10/10/2007 [-] World business briefs EADS chief opposes stock options
10/10/2007 [-] Four Creve Coeur office buildings sold
10/10/2007 [-] Enterprise Financial expands to Arizona
10/10/2007 [-] Business Competitiveness gab slated October 25
10/10/2007 [-] Business JPEPA seen to boost furniture industry
10/10/2007 [-] Business Exporters bat for credit act review
10/10/2007 [-] Passenger liner Queen Elizabeth to float
10/10/2007 [-] US lenders agree on plan to aid struggling homeowners Paulson
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler workers stage walkout at US plants as negotiations stall
10/10/2007 [-] Mortgage applications up in week, housing limps
10/10/2007 [-] United pilots elect more activist new leaders
10/10/2007 [-] UPDATE Chrysler workers walking off the job
10/10/2007 [-] Ex-Qwest chief appeals insider trading conviction
10/10/2007 [-] Bausch & Lomb 3Q sales between 625 million and 630 million
10/10/2007 [-] Valero warns of lower earnings on refining margins
10/10/2007 [-] Costco 4Q profit up on higher membership fee revenue; shares jump
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing to delay first 787 deliveries by six months
10/10/2007 [-] FTSE up as Northern Rock soars
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler workers walk out as deadline passes
10/10/2007 [-] Stocks Mixed, Investors Weigh Profit Warnings
10/10/2007 [-] Auto Union Workers Walk Out at Chrysler
10/10/2007 [-] Stanley boosts size of credit facility
10/10/2007 [-] ICF wins Health and Human Services grant
10/10/2007 [-] Ahead of the Bell Cognos downgrade
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing to delay its first 787 deliveries
10/10/2007 [-] Weaker yen lifts Asian stocks
10/10/2007 [-] STOCKS NEWS ASIA Asian ADRs rebound as US stocks hit peaks
10/10/2007 [-] Thousands of auto workers walk off the job
10/10/2007 [-] The Worst Jobs For The 21st Century
10/10/2007 [-] - Oil Prices Inch Higher in Asian Trading
10/10/2007 [-] Realtors hold annual trade show
10/10/2007 [-] Want to trade US stocks online?
10/10/2007 [-] JSE ends firmer
10/10/2007 [-] Maruti's sales in India exceed parent Suzuki's domestic sales
10/10/2007 [-] Three Polk Students Receive Business Scholarships
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler car workers in walkout
10/10/2007 [-] Environmental activists scale Chicago Board of Trade
10/10/2007 [-] Idaho's cost of living outpaces wages
10/10/2007 [-] Florida Still Business-friendly
10/10/2007 [-] Coors/SABMiller to combine U.S. operations
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler workers go on strike in Fenton
10/10/2007 [-] Agribusiness Italian wine makers cling to tradition
10/10/2007 [-] Get clues, bike to businesses, win race
10/10/2007 [-] Monsanto shares fall after wider 4Q loss
10/10/2007 [-] Economic Prospects Report Berlin Tops Germany for 'Creative Class'
10/10/2007 [-] Study R.I. has nation's worst business tax climate
10/10/2007 [-] Bulgarian Lawyer and Businessman Beaten up in Sofia
10/10/2007 [-] Medical institute opens its doors in luxury Boca Raton Hotel Club
10/10/2007 [-] Medical staffers moving HQ to Indy
10/10/2007 [-] Economic Prospects Report Berlin Tops Germany for 'Creative Class'
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler autoworkers walk out of plants
10/10/2007 [-] Local GM workers vote to reject pact
10/10/2007 [-] Realtors lower sales forecast for 8th time
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. stocks show little movement
10/10/2007 [-] Forclosure auctions picking up nationwide
10/10/2007 [-] Natus Medical of U.S. to acquire Excel-Tech in 62.5 million deal
10/10/2007 [-] Natus Medical to acquire Excel-Tech
10/10/2007 [-] Ineos Nova to shut Montreal polystyrene operation
10/10/2007 [-] UAW says 5 plants outside planned Chrysler strike
10/10/2007 [-] North West looks for partner to share upgrader cost
10/10/2007 [-] Businessman Pleads Guilty After One Week Of Drug Trial
10/10/2007 [-] Ore. bookkeeper accused of taking more than 1 million
10/10/2007 [-] Highbridge Business Park buys Tyneside microchi...+ Full story
10/10/2007 [-] Rivals fear Apple iPhone will bite into profits
10/10/2007 [-] BusinessCast October 10, 2007
10/10/2007 [-] Autoworkers Seen Walking Off Job; No Word From UAW
10/10/2007 [-] As Deadline Looms, Chrysler Seen as Ready for Strike
10/10/2007 [-] Lufthansa heads for record year
10/10/2007 [-] BofA launches small business services site
10/10/2007 [-] India's growth could be even better, says OECD
10/10/2007 [-] Futures for energy, metals and agriculture fall sharply as dollar ...
10/10/2007 [-] ATT's 2.5 billion wireless spectrum purchase 'a steal'
10/10/2007 [-] ATT buying spectrum for wireless and video
10/10/2007 [-] Law firms struggle to retain women
10/10/2007 [-] Product recalls Portable DVD player AC adapters, lighting fixtures, Starbucks cups, candles
10/10/2007 [-] Starbucks Recall Starbucks Recalling 'Hazardous' Kiddie Cups
10/10/2007 [-] Business Technology Taco Bell's fare baffles Mexicans Seattle Times Newspaper
10/10/2007 [-] Rise in office rentals lifts K-REIT's Q3 distributable income by 31%
10/10/2007 [-] Scheme to certify management consultants to be launched
10/10/2007 [-] Upper Pickering Street hotel site draws top bid of S253.2m
10/10/2007 [-] New union leaders vow tough approach at United
10/10/2007 [-] CDW sales up more than 22%
10/10/2007 [-] Abbott eyeing drug-coated stent review
10/10/2007 [-] NBC looks to resuscitate Oxygen
10/10/2007 [-] UAW, Chrysler talks in 11th hour
10/10/2007 [-] FAO's success would secure Macy's outlets
10/10/2007 [-] Oil prices firm
10/10/2007 [-] Bonds steady; await MPC
10/10/2007 [-] Costco 4th-quarter profit rises
10/10/2007 [-] Cap Rock gets OK to purchase SEMCO utility
10/10/2007 [-] RBS team confirms ABN success
10/10/2007 [-] Homeowners free up £1bn in equity
10/10/2007 [-] Second home owners hampering first-timers
10/10/2007 [-] Business Innovation Factory taking over Trinity
10/10/2007 [-] Canada rethinks foreign takeovers
10/10/2007 [-] Bank of America launches small business community service
10/10/2007 [-] Clock winding down on tax filing extension
10/10/2007 [-] Darlingrsquo;s tax giveaway brings down the house
10/10/2007 [-] Archives critical to business
10/10/2007 [-] South Indian Bank posts Rs 35.69 crore profit in Q2
10/10/2007 [-] Blow for small business is boon for wealthy as private equit
10/10/2007 [-] BofA launches small business community
10/10/2007 [-] N.J. ranks 49th, R.I. last in business climate
10/10/2007 [-] Employees Say Companies Not Creative
10/10/2007 [-] Egypt picks JP Morgan to advise on state bank sale
10/10/2007 [-] Japanese Automakers Getting Cute at Show
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury to Spin Off U.S. Drinks Division
10/10/2007 [-] Costco 4Q Profit Up on Membership Fees
10/10/2007 [-] RBS Group Seals ABN Buyout
10/10/2007 [-] Stocks Dip After Rally, Profit Warnings
10/10/2007 [-] S.Africa says tax collection up, evasion 'endemic'
10/10/2007 [-] Trencor says unit in R1 bln listing in US
10/10/2007 [-] S.Africa's Vox Telecom says 'premature' to sell
10/10/2007 [-] Early market signals mixed, Canadian dollar opens at 101.95 cents US
10/10/2007 [-] Toronto stocks set to open lower on weak crude
10/10/2007 [-] Menu Foods raises recall costs, to cut staff
10/10/2007 [-] Menu Foods cuts workforce 10-15 per cent, raises tainted-pet-food costs
10/10/2007 [-] Canada dollar rises with commodities, bonds mixed
10/10/2007 [-] Study says minimum wage not enough
10/10/2007 [-] Monsanto posts fourth-quarter loss
10/10/2007 [-] 20. Japanese automakers get cute for Tokyo auto show
10/10/2007 [-] Two new life science companies set to launch
10/10/2007 [-] i2 conference to focus on ways to cut manufacturing costs
10/10/2007 [-] Romania deal Ford Motor Co.to be examined 0
10/10/2007 [-] Indian cars go down in prices
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler, UAW continue talks as strike deadline approaches
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury Schweppes says it will separate U.S. drinks arm after ditching sale plan
10/10/2007 [-] Progress reported as Chrysler strike looms
10/10/2007 [-] Auto Strike Deadline Nears
10/10/2007 [-] CORRECTED Alcoa's third-quarter profit rises
10/10/2007 [-] Private banks lure Generation X
10/10/2007 [-] Delta names new leader for Comair
10/10/2007 [-] S.Africa's Eskom to auction ES26 bonds on Oct 17
10/10/2007 [-] Nigerian FCMB bank to raise 600 mln in shares
10/10/2007 [-] UK tax changes target planes, all-business flights
10/10/2007 [-] Australia allows Gorgon gas project to proceed
10/10/2007 [-] Russia's economy booms, and cargo traffic piles up at Finnish border
10/10/2007 [-] Regulator wants more disclosure on executive salaries
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. Supreme Court appears skeptical about securities fraud cases.
10/10/2007 [-] Truth in labeling and carbon content
10/10/2007 [-] Fed is concerned about credit squeeze but unclear about future cuts
10/10/2007 [-] Showdown ahead over deal for 3Com involving Chinese firm
10/10/2007 [-] SET closes up 0.87%
10/10/2007 [-] Commerce to considers prices hike
10/10/2007 [-] CNN to tap opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe
10/10/2007 [-] Three energy prices start session lower
10/10/2007 [-] Aberdeen Businessman takes part in tour
10/10/2007 [-] Texas Instruments Acquires POWERPRECISE Solutions to Expand Power Management Business
10/10/2007 [-] Singapore's central bank takes tighter monetary stance
10/10/2007 [-] Subprime Crisis Aftershock Signs of a Slowdown in Britain
10/10/2007 [-] Utility workers rejects tentative contract offer
10/10/2007 [-] Markets improved in past month Fed's Rosengren
10/10/2007 [-] Monsanto quarterly net loss widens
10/10/2007 [-] Wealthy investing more in environment
10/10/2007 [-] Northern Rock jumps as funds buy in
10/10/2007 [-] New business park a 'key' to Eastside revitalization
10/10/2007 [-] Nintendo banking on Internet connection to boost its Wii business
10/10/2007 [-] Christian group Businesses closed in western China for 'religious infiltration'
10/10/2007 [-] Acxiom Shows Breaking Up Is Costly
10/10/2007 [-] Focusing eye on supply chain
10/10/2007 [-] Harmony Gold may lose 600 kg of gold at mine
10/10/2007 [-] S.Africa to auction 450 mln rand R203 government bonds
10/10/2007 [-] Tunisia's inflation rises to 3.5 pct yr/yr in Sept
10/10/2007 [-] S.Africa c.bank meets on rates, no change seen
10/10/2007 [-] LME lead hits fresh peak on tight supply
10/10/2007 [-] Nigeria draft tax policy sees VAT hike to 15 pct
10/10/2007 [-] West Africa aims for currency union by end decade
10/10/2007 [-] Malawi 2007 growth revised to 7.5 pct from 5.6 IMF
10/10/2007 [-] S.Africa manufacturing output quickens, rates still weigh
10/10/2007 [-] SBDC plans small-business
10/10/2007 [-] Cute cars motor in
10/10/2007 [-] Minneapolis/St. Paul Go For the Quick Fix Design on I-35
10/10/2007 [-] Small Business Owners Now Have a Forum to Network and Learn from Each Other
10/10/2007 [-] Costco net rises on higher sales
10/10/2007 [-] Dollar lower on rate cut prospects
10/10/2007 [-] CORRECTION Costco net rises on higher sales
10/10/2007 [-] AuthorHouse, iUniverse now one
10/10/2007 [-] UAW gears for 11 a.m. strike deadline with Chrysler
10/10/2007 [-] Indiana utilities expect steady heating bills this winter
10/10/2007 [-] Miller and Coors to merge
10/10/2007 [-] Biz Coach 10 HR tips to avoid EEOC headaches
10/10/2007 [-] RBS-led bid for ABN unconditional
10/10/2007 [-] Northern Rock rises on funds' stake build
10/10/2007 [-] MAS slightly tightens monetary policy; S at 10-year highs
10/10/2007 [-] Local suppliers in electronics urged to develop expertise
10/10/2007 [-] HOME CRISIS WORSE
10/10/2007 [-] EX-MILBERG LAWYER GUILTY
10/10/2007 [-] COORS, MILLER BREW DEAL TO TAKE ON BUD
10/10/2007 [-] CONSUMER SPENDING SLOWS TO A CRAWL
10/10/2007 [-] N. ROCK GETS GUARANTEE
10/10/2007 [-] GUCCIONE JR. GOES FROM PENTHOUSE TO THE OUTHOUSE
10/10/2007 [-] MARTS SOAR ON FED COMMENTS
10/10/2007 [-] IT'S THE BIG CHILL
10/10/2007 [-] LAW STILL MIGHT BE TAXING FOR THE RICH
10/10/2007 [-] NHL'S LATE STORE PLAY
10/10/2007 [-] RON'S XINHUA PROFIT 50M
10/10/2007 [-] B'KLYN GETS APPLE, BARNEYS
10/10/2007 [-] NBC BREATHES IN
10/10/2007 [-] FLOWERS SOURS ON SALLIE; PULLS BID
10/10/2007 [-] Hong Leong Yamaha aims to increase share in motorcycle market
10/10/2007 [-] MISC and Vietnamese company jointly win US500m contract
10/10/2007 [-] Kein Hing invests RM6m in Vietnam factory
10/10/2007 [-] FMM denies manufacturers had received RM50b subsidy for gas
10/10/2007 [-] Wijaya Baru expects Chongqing plant to break even in five years
10/10/2007 [-] Eurozone's Juncker sees strong euro hitting growth in 2008
10/10/2007 [-] RBS consortium calls victory in ABN Amro takeover
10/10/2007 [-] Greenbrier to make 11,900 railcars for GE rail services business
10/10/2007 [-] National health insurance crisis becomes personal
10/10/2007 [-] Markets soar after Fed minutes indicate another rate cut likely
10/10/2007 [-] County economy stable, report says
10/10/2007 [-] BEER GIANTS BREW MERGER
10/10/2007 [-] Credit crunch worried Fed
10/10/2007 [-] SEC wants exec reports in 'plain English'
10/10/2007 [-] Justices grill investors' lawyers
10/10/2007 [-] Yo Quiero Gringo Tacos?
10/10/2007 [-] LOS ANGELES Lawyer pleads guilty in racketeering
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. Stocks Head Toward Lower Open
10/10/2007 [-] Consortium's ABN AMRO bid is unconditional
10/10/2007 [-] Indian rupee at 9 1/2-year high vs dollar as foreign funds pour into markets
10/10/2007 [-] BMC To Govern 'The Connective Tissue' Of Business Services
10/10/2007 [-] Ryanair taking France to court
10/10/2007 [-] Juncker worried over euro zone growth
10/10/2007 [-] Former Skype chief has no regrets about how he handled company
10/10/2007 [-] Fox News hires Carly Fiorina, ex-chief of HP
10/10/2007 [-] The End User A new form of social networking
10/10/2007 [-] JSE retreats from high
10/10/2007 [-] Fuelling a catastrophe
10/10/2007 [-] Eskom to shed up to 2,000MW
10/10/2007 [-] SA slumlords not unique
10/10/2007 [-] Lenny Kravitz Fires Business Staff Over 'Career Direction'
10/10/2007 [-] For private investment, the party isn't over
10/10/2007 [-] Russia's Gazprom discusses building pipeline, investing in Serbia
10/10/2007 [-] EU regulators clear French government to offer pension aid for La Poste
10/10/2007 [-] Hong Kong shares rise to record for second day, led by China Mobile, ICBC
10/10/2007 [-] Euro rises against US dollar
10/10/2007 [-] US dollar mostly lower, gold up in European trading
10/10/2007 [-] EU investigates Spanish tax breaks that cut costs for companies buying foreign shares
10/10/2007 [-] Oil prices slip after big overnight gain
10/10/2007 [-] Royal Bank of Scotland group says takeover of ABN Amro unconditional
10/10/2007 [-] Dollar down 7.55 kopeks, euro up 8.64 kopeks Central Bank
10/10/2007 [-] ECONOMIC FORUM / Citigroup merger may lead way
10/10/2007 [-] Miller/Coors merger is a major challenge
10/10/2007 [-] Miller, Coors brewing up a merger
10/10/2007 [-] SABMiller and Molson Coors in 10bn merger
10/10/2007 [-] Coors-Miller merger on tap
10/10/2007 [-] Rio Tinto and Alcan Name Proposed Aluminium Business Executive Management Team
10/10/2007 [-] Tax preparer replaces CEO
10/10/2007 [-] Sprint Nextel CEO Forsee steps down as board grouses over results
10/10/2007 [-] After loss of CEO, Progress Energy regroups
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury Schweppes-CSG says Confectionery business had a strong Q3
10/10/2007 [-] Lawndale believes Sparton Corp-SPA's niche business worth 'substantially more'
10/10/2007 [-] Australian Firm Symbion Rejects Primary's Acquisition Offer
10/10/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Closes Firmer Oct 10, 2007
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury to demerge North American drinks unit
10/10/2007 [-] Eurozone's Juncker sees strong euro hitting growth in 2008
10/10/2007 [-] Canada Newmont Buys an Exploration Company
10/10/2007 [-] China Yahoo to Take Stake in Web Concern
10/10/2007 [-] China Buffett Cuts Petrochina Stake Further
10/10/2007 [-] Doug Bugie to join as CEO of Antal International's franchised businesses
10/10/2007 [-] Big fish Recruitment celebrate 5th birthday with drinks reception for local businesses
10/10/2007 [-] Insurers to stop flood cover?
10/10/2007 [-] Sri Lanka plans arms dealing restrictions report
10/10/2007 [-] Thousands in India protest foreign investment in retail sector
10/10/2007 [-] China's business climate index remains high in Q3
10/10/2007 [-] Cambodia welcomes Chinese investment surge
10/10/2007 [-] ST Electronics to explore ICT projects with major Hungarian firm
10/10/2007 [-] Singapore shares close lower on profit-taking
10/10/2007 [-] CORRUPTION Dirty Business Arises in Top European Companies
10/10/2007 [-] Dunnes creates 250 new Wexford jobs
10/10/2007 [-] China hits back at US criticism
10/10/2007 [-] Nortel to create 60 new R&D jobs
10/10/2007 [-] Oil Prices Inch Higher in Asian Trading
10/10/2007 [-] Bristol plans restaurant in Southern Indiana
10/10/2007 [-] Bonds firm; await rates
10/10/2007 [-] Universal settles suit with woman over ride
10/10/2007 [-] Breweries in historic deal
10/10/2007 [-] Competition likely to keep prices steady
10/10/2007 [-] Carefully, Taco Bell reopens in Mexico
10/10/2007 [-] SEC asks for more detail
10/10/2007 [-] Business briefs, October 10
10/10/2007 [-] MILSTEAD Same tune was sung when Coors, Molson decided to duet
10/10/2007 [-] Plan creates uncertainty for distributors
10/10/2007 [-] Political changes helped SAB
10/10/2007 [-] Too early to tell on many questions, CEO says
10/10/2007 [-] Coors family still in beer business
10/10/2007 [-] Darling rebuffs Tory theft claims over budget plans
10/10/2007 [-] Infrastructure boosts HK's competitiveness
10/10/2007 [-] Regent hit as sales and profits drop
10/10/2007 [-] Pensions key to Sainsbury's
10/10/2007 [-] Crawford sold for £17.5m
10/10/2007 [-] Food firms warn of higher costs
10/10/2007 [-] N Brown boosted by web sales
10/10/2007 [-] Bosses' fury at tax plans
10/10/2007 [-] Frankfurt Book Fair opens for business in Germany
10/10/2007 [-] Alcan head Dick Evans named chief executive of new company Rio Tinto Alcan
10/10/2007 [-] Oil prices inch higher in Asian trading after big overnight gain
10/10/2007 [-] LogicaCMG appoints BT high-flyer Green
10/10/2007 [-] Path to the top cleared for BT retail chief
10/10/2007 [-] Weather dampens sales at Sainsbury
10/10/2007 [-] AEP, feds settle pollution suit
10/10/2007 [-] A Sound Business Venture
10/10/2007 [-] Free speech or Internet access?
10/10/2007 [-] Expert reiterates importance of free market
10/10/2007 [-] College to sell, lease facility
10/10/2007 [-] JSE up on world markets
10/10/2007 [-] Spotlight on SA, EU trade
10/10/2007 [-] Vox to acquire Storm
10/10/2007 [-] Community survey postponed
10/10/2007 [-] MoneyWeb nets higher profits
10/10/2007 [-] Nigeria Pioneering Small Businesses, Fairbond Experience
10/10/2007 [-] Starbucks recalls children's plastic cups
10/10/2007 [-] Starbucks recalls plastic children's cups
10/10/2007 [-] Nigeria U.S. Institute to Host Local Business Leaders
10/10/2007 [-] Steel negotiation policies yet to be set
10/10/2007 [-] Daimler open to cooperation but silent on Fiat report
10/10/2007 [-] Burren Energy shares soar on offer
10/10/2007 [-] Toyota gets philosophical and exploring Japanese roots at Tokyo Motor Show
10/10/2007 [-] Strong silence from U.S. on dollar's weakness
10/10/2007 [-] Singapore tightens monetary policy as economy grows at 6.4 percent rate in 3rd quarter
10/10/2007 [-] Inter-Korean complex surpasses US200 million worth of goods
10/10/2007 [-] Japanese stocks ended narrowly mixed as gains in retail shares offset by banks
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. dollar remains flat against yen in Asia
10/10/2007 [-] Personal chefs give you minutes
10/10/2007 [-] Merger brewing
10/10/2007 [-] Honda Hybrids can look hot, too
10/10/2007 [-] L.A. Times, Cubs sales come up in Zell talk
10/10/2007 [-] To get the right lawyer, you have to ask hard questions
10/10/2007 [-] Boeing satellite launches today
10/10/2007 [-] New Zealand's frigid 'Roaring 40s' location for new oil, gas search
10/10/2007 [-] Japan's central bank expected to hold rates steady
10/10/2007 [-] Chrysler and United Auto Workers continue talks as strike deadline approaches
10/10/2007 [-] Report Sun Microsystems, Samsung developing 'Java phone'
10/10/2007 [-] Tokyo stock market's main index rises 0.1 percent
10/10/2007 [-] Chinese oil giant opens first gas station, part of planned chain
10/10/2007 [-] Dollar remains flat against yen in Asia amid lack of fresh driving factors
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury Schweppes PLC says it will separate U.S. drinks arm after ditching sale plan
10/10/2007 [-] Nintendo banking on Net connection to boost Wii business
10/10/2007 [-] J Sainsbury PLC announces sales slowdown in second quarter
10/10/2007 [-] CORRECTED Darling flags slower growth, cuts tax
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury to demerge North American unit
10/10/2007 [-] China's business operation environment improving
10/10/2007 [-] MacBank buys into Web cafes
10/10/2007 [-] Another record close for sharemarket
10/10/2007 [-] Affin Holdings ready to expand
10/10/2007 [-] Council member will seek out city business ties in South Africa
10/10/2007 [-] High court seems likely to limit suits in Charter case
10/10/2007 [-] Morning business news Oct 10
10/10/2007 [-] Dublin tops tax incentives list
10/10/2007 [-] C&C reports 33% fall in H1 profits
10/10/2007 [-] Consortium strikes oil at Hook Head
10/10/2007 [-] Both Richards Bay coal lines to reopen Thursday, 320kt lost
10/10/2007 [-] S.African stocks at new all-time highs on metals
10/10/2007 [-] World stocks at new highs, boosted by Fed
10/10/2007 [-] Banks' correspondent accounts with CBR rise 10.4%
10/10/2007 [-] China product watchdog hits back at US report
10/10/2007 [-] Tiger Airways confirms order for 30 Airbus A320 planes
10/10/2007 [-] Work on Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail to start by end of 2007
10/10/2007 [-] Jamaican businessman to be sent to US
10/10/2007 [-] Hong Kong in talks with China on new yuan business Tsang
10/10/2007 [-] Taco Bell's fare baffles Mexicans
10/10/2007 [-] Fed's minutes spur timely gains
10/10/2007 [-] Supreme Court liability decision will affect shareholders
10/10/2007 [-] Is China's market a bubble?
10/10/2007 [-] Renton happy to be Target's new target
10/10/2007 [-] Fox hires Fiorina for business channel
10/10/2007 [-] Brewers' merger could face obstacles
10/10/2007 [-] New spectrum deal big boost for AT&T
10/10/2007 [-] Returning wealth to the people
10/10/2007 [-] BOT holds policy rate at 3.25%
10/10/2007 [-] Talent pool to bring in more business for IT firms
10/10/2007 [-] New Business Complex Planned for Sofia
10/10/2007 [-] Europe feels the bite as US dollar plummets
10/10/2007 [-] Oil prices slip to USD 80 a barrel
10/10/2007 [-] Housing market softening economists
10/10/2007 [-] Japanese industry to make deeper cuts to meet Kyoto target
10/10/2007 [-] Rewards come to those who wait for companies to run into trouble
10/10/2007 [-] Private equity tax hike loses steam in Senate
10/10/2007 [-] Stocks rise on rate-cut talk
10/10/2007 [-] Free speech could lead to online disconnect
10/10/2007 [-] Many recalled, few returned
10/10/2007 [-] Bonds firmer in early trade
10/10/2007 [-] Rand firms as dollar edges weaker
10/10/2007 [-] PSFU Boosts Business Enterprises
10/10/2007 [-] Medical institute opens its doors in luxury Boca Raton Hotel & Club
10/10/2007 [-] NBC Universal agrees to purchase Oxygen Media for 925 million
10/10/2007 [-] Google search still a hit
10/10/2007 [-] Miller, Coors to merge U.S. operations
10/10/2007 [-] Hybrid with looks
10/10/2007 [-] Yum finds international recipe
10/10/2007 [-] Dow, S & P 500 surge to new heights on Fed minutes
10/10/2007 [-] JetBlue fined for failing to make on-time disclosures
10/10/2007 [-] Google acquires Finnish micro-blogging system Jaiku
10/10/2007 [-] Auto industry told to focus on fuel efficiency
10/10/2007 [-] BorgWarner to boost production
10/10/2007 [-] Johnson Controls says earnings may gain 18%
10/10/2007 [-] UAW on brink of ratifying GM deal
10/10/2007 [-] Carlyle to pay 6.3 billion for nursing homes
10/10/2007 [-] PREPARING FOR WINTER Natural gas cost expected to rise
10/10/2007 [-] State energy agency adds 2 members
10/10/2007 [-] New Format Set to Improve Business Deals
10/10/2007 [-] Airbus gains a bit in race for orders
10/10/2007 [-] Sony's super-thin TV outshines LCDs
10/10/2007 [-] France lost tens of millions in building to Carlyle report
10/10/2007 [-] Campaign says 'No' to bottled water
10/10/2007 [-] Charlie's crosses over into soft drink market
10/10/2007 [-] Health First, Publix honored for hiring disabled
10/10/2007 [-] Florida remains 'business friendly'
10/10/2007 [-] Viera Co. gets delay on public hearing
10/10/2007 [-] UCF student brings scientists together
10/10/2007 [-] Banks grow in Brevard
10/10/2007 [-] Grocer lawsuit gets boost
10/10/2007 [-] BT to buy 68.6 percent of Net2S
10/10/2007 [-] Trinis named PR pioneers in Jamaica -
10/10/2007 [-] Focus shifts to renewable energy resources -
10/10/2007 [-] TTTIC, back on track -
10/10/2007 [-] Presidential proclamation declares October Credit Union Month -
10/10/2007 [-] Sample Internet addresses that don't use English -
10/10/2007 [-] FirstCaribbean names new executives -
10/10/2007 [-] Planning for the unexpected - The Thought Leadership Series
10/10/2007 [-] Region should go for special ACP meet -
10/10/2007 [-] State policy and lawlessness -
10/10/2007 [-] - FUNNY BUSINESS - A royal reader
10/10/2007 [-] Ensure efficiency at the port -
10/10/2007 [-] Digicel, dealing with the challenges -
10/10/2007 [-] Getting the record straight -
10/10/2007 [-] Billion-dollar Essar steel plant coming -
10/10/2007 [-] Deal creates new Caribbean banking leader -
10/10/2007 [-] Mixed views on RBC purchase of RBTT -
10/10/2007 [-] FirstCaribbean appoints new
10/10/2007 [-] Stage set for BDC's Excellence in Business 2007 -
10/10/2007 [-] New Government,
10/10/2007 [-] Can OPEC be broken? -
10/10/2007 [-] ...Fuel shortage, panic buying follow protest action -
10/10/2007 [-] Settle by Friday or else - OWTU to Govt
10/10/2007 [-] Sarawak commercial property outlook Robust
10/10/2007 [-] Google Digs Deeper Into Business
10/10/2007 [-] Weinstein hopes for payoffs in animation
10/10/2007 [-] Chase gold coins honor year of the pig
10/10/2007 [-] RUXX investment index set to open 0.13% up
10/10/2007 [-] Booming Business For Hair Salons
10/10/2007 [-] Mobil Business Directory To Be Launched Today
10/10/2007 [-] Bid target Sainsbury's core sales up 3.1 percent
10/10/2007 [-] Carphone Warehouse connections up 19.2 percent
10/10/2007 [-] Cadbury to demerge North American soft drinks unit
10/10/2007 [-] Super funds hedging more survey
10/10/2007 [-] Symbion rejects Primary proposal
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. affects a strong silence on its weak currency
10/10/2007 [-] 'Leaf Cam' gives glimpse of Lafayette to Internet viewers
10/10/2007 [-] Efforts to start Aer Lingus talks
10/10/2007 [-] GM contract tilts toward ratification
10/10/2007 [-] Internet Company to Let Consumers Profit From Posted Videos
10/10/2007 [-] U.S. Again Rejects a Shoe Scanner
10/10/2007 [-] Ford to Build Car Plant in Thailand
10/10/2007 [-] Takeover Deals Suggest Buyout Market Remains Active
10/10/2007 [-] Fleeing Rents in Capital, Nonprofits Buy Condos
10/10/2007 [-] As Customers Flock to the Web, Intel Gives Chase With Its Ad Budget
10/10/2007 [-] Atop G.O.P., Its Always Sunny
10/10/2007 [-] Romney all business We'll have to ask the lawyers
10/10/2007 [-] Hart to sell Carter Holt timber products
10/10/2007 [-] Geneva Finance gets ratings downgrade
10/10/2007 [-] Sky City, AIA ease on flat sharemarket
10/10/2007 [-] Takeovers Panel may act over Kerifresh share deals
10/10/2007 [-] Strike looms at Chrysler's US plants as contract talks stall
10/10/2007 [-] Waves on mutual fund charts often a rough ride
10/10/2007 [-] Taco Bell Moves Into Mexico
10/10/2007 [-] CIA Abduction Case Rejected


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