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10/15/2006 [-] Business Spotlight Panacea Powder & Cement Coatings Inc.
10/15/2006 [-] Local companies with global reach
10/15/2006 [-] Parents might have the pockets, but Gen Y'ers have the power
10/15/2006 [-] Overnight news can alter a stock's opening price
10/15/2006 [-] Bring on the bling, cell phone users say
10/15/2006 [-] Boeing tries on new wings
10/15/2006 [-] Indiana State business dean resigns
10/15/2006 [-] Expert says more time on tuition talk needed
10/15/2006 [-] KEY PLAYERS IN THE FIGHT OVER THE RITZ
10/15/2006 [-] National interest rates
10/15/2006 [-] Shareholders often suffer in management buyouts
10/15/2006 [-] ROBERT BRUSS Rental homes still best investment
10/15/2006 [-] KENNETH HARNEY Housing cooldown is a normal cyclical correction
10/15/2006 [-] SUZE ORMAN Skip costly errors in loans to family, friends
10/15/2006 [-] Carbon monoxide detectors essential
10/15/2006 [-] BRENDEL HIGHTOWER Farmington Hills/Oakland County
10/15/2006 [-] Use range hood even in colder months
10/15/2006 [-] The affordable dream
10/15/2006 [-] SUSAN TOMPOR 72t no-penalty rule can snag early retirees
10/15/2006 [-] TOM WALSH Engler still just cant help but play politics
10/15/2006 [-] DCX deals with glut
10/15/2006 [-] Despite nuke outrage, NKorea beckons for Singapore businessman
10/15/2006 [-] Book aims to teach process of investing
10/15/2006 [-] Tough combo High return, safety
10/15/2006 [-] Picking right adviser is key to your future
10/15/2006 [-] Cushion retirement by paying taxes now
10/15/2006 [-] Time Warner homes in on core assets
10/15/2006 [-] Companies' redemption Rebates end
10/15/2006 [-] Option ARMs hold a surprise for some
10/15/2006 [-] Untapped sources bolster emergency funds
10/15/2006 [-] Bucks, does invade city, bring too much wildlife for some businesses, residents
10/15/2006 [-] California's golden estates
10/15/2006 [-] Negative equity? Remain positive
10/15/2006 [-] Some robust stats contradict the market-gone-bust reports
10/15/2006 [-] Spouses Should Team Up
10/15/2006 [-] Case of the 'Black Widow' Triggers Strong Reactions
10/15/2006 [-] Wal-Mart Joins List of Stores Shelving Layaway Plans
10/15/2006 [-] Investors' Focus Shifts to Growth
10/15/2006 [-] Filling Theater Seats but Not Movie Jobs
10/15/2006 [-] Do your homework before seeking higher pay
10/15/2006 [-] How much dysfunction at work can you live with?
10/15/2006 [-] Anxiety fogging boss's thinking
10/15/2006 [-] Mature workers find opportunities
10/15/2006 [-] Manager readies Federated fund for bear market
10/15/2006 [-] Every investment carries one or more types of risk
10/15/2006 [-] Closing loophole that led to mutal-fund woes
10/15/2006 [-] Decide if bonds make sense for you as an investor
10/15/2006 [-] Seattleite describes ins, outs of global talks
10/15/2006 [-] Diverting corn for fuel may hurt world's poor
10/15/2006 [-] THE KICKOFF
10/15/2006 [-] MICK MCCABE Turnaround at Wyandotte
10/15/2006 [-] COLLEGE HOCKEY U-M builds big lead, holds on over UConn
10/15/2006 [-] WINGS CORNER Wings approach minor milestones
10/15/2006 [-] NBA ROUNDUP 5 Pistons in doubles, but Memphis wins
10/15/2006 [-] Jauron isnt sorry he shuffled off to Buffalo
10/15/2006 [-] NO. 1 OHIO STATE 38, MICHIGAN STATE 7 Lean green
10/15/2006 [-] MITCH ALBOM Magg-ical!
10/15/2006 [-] DREW SHARP OSU is only remaining test for U-M
10/15/2006 [-] NO. 4 MICHIGAN 17, PENN STATE 10 Sack attack
10/15/2006 [-] MIT latest class? Jack Welch 101
10/15/2006 [-] Timex device helps keep you running
10/15/2006 [-] Jostle hard drive to revive iPod
10/15/2006 [-] Top of its game
10/15/2006 [-] Recommendation as CEO energized Rogers career
10/15/2006 [-] Hurdles to filing Chapter 7 are few
10/15/2006 [-] Columbus builds bridge to a brighter future
10/15/2006 [-] Ethanol demand turns corn into a growing cash crop
10/14/2006 [-] Outcry against Rockstar's 'Bully'
10/14/2006 [-] Taiwan stock index sees surge
10/14/2006 [-] Air America Radio files for bankruptcy
10/14/2006 [-] Mitutoyo admits to illegal export
10/14/2006 [-] General Mills recalls some Golden Grahams
10/14/2006 [-] Business calendar
10/14/2006 [-] Businesses courting Muslim investors
10/14/2006 [-] Food-borne illnesses pose legal issues
10/14/2006 [-] Economists in your own back yard
10/14/2006 [-] Did you know?
10/14/2006 [-] FYI
10/14/2006 [-] Education takes its toll
10/14/2006 [-] IITs ranked third among tech universities
10/14/2006 [-] Dutch businessman Deuss arrested in Bermuda
10/14/2006 [-] Economic indicators
10/14/2006 [-] Market wrap
10/14/2006 [-] The week ahead
10/14/2006 [-] Commodities decline to have domino effect
10/14/2006 [-] Online Have we been here before?
10/14/2006 [-] Stocks in the news
10/14/2006 [-] The Sunday 7 The seven most expensive diseases, as selected by Forbes magazine
10/14/2006 [-] Wacky patents
10/14/2006 [-] HOG helps Harley
10/14/2006 [-] Denny's shakes up management ranks
10/14/2006 [-] Earnings up for Great Pee Dee Bancorp
10/14/2006 [-] ScanSource to review grants amid probe
10/14/2006 [-] Delta Woodside files for bankruptcy
10/14/2006 [-] Sonoco closing 12 overseas plants
10/14/2006 [-] First National's earnings rise
10/14/2006 [-] These phones do everything but tie your shoes
10/14/2006 [-] Social networking losing its luster for some
10/14/2006 [-] Business leaders want resolution for homeless
10/14/2006 [-] Iraq war helps rev up sales of Force Protection vehicles
10/14/2006 [-] Volkswagen may not drive into AP
10/14/2006 [-] Michigan stays unbeaten
10/14/2006 [-] PHOTOS Tigers Fan gallery
10/14/2006 [-] TIGERS LIVE TIGERS WIN
10/14/2006 [-] PHOTO GALLERY Game 4
10/14/2006 [-] VIDEO Fans take to the streets
10/14/2006 [-] MICHAEL ROSENBERG Ordonez finishes the job lesser-known players started
10/14/2006 [-] MITCH ALBOM Tigers finish sweep, head to World Series
10/14/2006 [-] WORLD SERIES BOUND
10/14/2006 [-] Reasbeck touts business background
10/14/2006 [-] Business News OPEC to meet to discuss oil cut
10/14/2006 [-] The Colbert Report The Word Risky Business
10/14/2006 [-] Key worker housing 'is mis-sold'
10/14/2006 [-] McGuinty Government Plans to Hand Paralegals on Silver Platter Over to Law Society
10/14/2006 [-] POLL Granholm surges to solid lead
10/14/2006 [-] NW corporate results
10/14/2006 [-] Home Field Advantage Good For Cardinal Fans, Great For St. Louis Businesses
10/14/2006 [-] New Law Cripples Internet Gambling
10/14/2006 [-] VIDEO Tigers fans at Game 4
10/14/2006 [-] DISCUSS U-M at Penn State today
10/14/2006 [-] MICHIGAN MAN? Paterno considered taking Wolverines job in 68
10/14/2006 [-] DISCUSS Ohio State at MSU
10/14/2006 [-] Raising the Roof at Michigan State
10/14/2006 [-] LEAN GREEN Spartans manhandled as they suffer a fourth straight loss
10/14/2006 [-] Discuss Tigers vs. A
10/14/2006 [-] Fox fires Lyons after insensitive comment
10/14/2006 [-] VIDEO Fans are loyal, patient, well dressed
10/14/2006 [-] FROM THE STANDS Fan bursting for Tigers to take lead
10/14/2006 [-] Downtown Franklin businesses to reopen
10/14/2006 [-] Buyouts Often Shortchange Shareholders
10/14/2006 [-] Swiss banks broke law, illegally gave data to U.S.
10/14/2006 [-] School fundraising is big business
10/14/2006 [-] CDP proposes opening of business schools
10/14/2006 [-] Having a ball . . .shooting paint at people
10/14/2006 [-] Bump! go the airlines
10/14/2006 [-] Ways to Work offers a better way to live
10/14/2006 [-] Managers go to Good Book for inspiration, solutions
10/14/2006 [-] British business group admits multi-millon donations to Tories
10/14/2006 [-] Team San Jose Ends Fiscal Year With Success
10/14/2006 [-] This business of books
10/14/2006 [-] Some franchisees have a belly full from fast-food chains
10/14/2006 [-] Collateral damage Illicit tobacco trade takes on phenomenal proportions
10/14/2006 [-] Yamana Acquires 90.6% of Viceroy Shares
10/14/2006 [-] Competitive Electricity Markets Fail to Deliver Promised Savings
10/14/2006 [-] DCX execs to test old vehicles
10/14/2006 [-] Demand for Ford chassis cabs on rise
10/14/2006 [-] MEDIA Air America Radio files for bankruptcy
10/14/2006 [-] Gas money used at the mall
10/14/2006 [-] Wal-Mart to pay for rest break violations
10/14/2006 [-] Airlines in strike hot seat
10/14/2006 [-] GREEN OAK VILLAGE PLACE Livingston Co. merchants pin hopes on mall
10/14/2006 [-] VW to make bid recommendations Sunday union
10/14/2006 [-] German development bank KfW to take EADS stake report
10/14/2006 [-] Bahrain eyes Islamic business
10/14/2006 [-] Businesses start 'red' campaign to help Africa
10/14/2006 [-] Japanese port city to feel sanction pinch
10/14/2006 [-] Media advisory/Photo opportunity Toronto Plays Host to Canada's Top Graduating Art Students
10/14/2006 [-] Consumers rethinking PS3 purchase
10/14/2006 [-] Aircraft limits tougher after Yankee crash
10/14/2006 [-] WASHINGTON Diabetics warned about counterfeit blood-test strips
10/14/2006 [-] SEAL last act saves comrades
10/14/2006 [-] CHILLED, STILL CHEERING Tigers fans layer up, brave cold to root for their team
10/14/2006 [-] BLESS EM TIGERS Holy Family kids put Lord spirit behind team
10/14/2006 [-] Ford promises visit to U-M
10/14/2006 [-] NEWS 2 USE Cottage closing lowdown
10/14/2006 [-] Test possibly atomic blast
10/14/2006 [-] Untapped sources can bolster emergency funds
10/14/2006 [-] Tackling debt takes discipline, but can be done
10/14/2006 [-] Live Pro Basketball Coming Online
10/14/2006 [-] Western Businesses Courting the Muslim Investor
10/14/2006 [-] S. Africa Sees Tip Of Child Porn Business
10/14/2006 [-] Jury Wal-Mart must pay 78 million
10/14/2006 [-] Indiana University
10/14/2006 [-] TIGERS LIVE What do you think will happen today?
10/14/2006 [-] A feared force roils business in Iran
10/14/2006 [-] Britons not paying water bills
10/14/2006 [-] Clinton stumps for Calif. oil tax
10/14/2006 [-] British passport workers strike
10/14/2006 [-] Insurers Push Policyholders To 'Go Green'
10/14/2006 [-] FCC delays vote on AT&T deal
10/14/2006 [-] Wal-Mart violated labor laws, jury says
10/14/2006 [-] Home builder puts down roots
10/14/2006 [-] Attendants, Comair reach agreement
10/14/2006 [-] Media Alert LCBO to present Canada's largest fine wine auction October 13-15
10/14/2006 [-] Minister Responsible for Aboriginal Affairs Open Letter
10/14/2006 [-] Hollywood`s boss is Wall Street
10/14/2006 [-] Nobel Prize Winner Yunus Revered by Poor
10/14/2006 [-] Nine to sue ad blocker company
10/14/2006 [-] Lawyer FBI is probing business
10/14/2006 [-] Business News British Airways Worker Sues Over Cross
10/14/2006 [-] Swiss Re buys General Electric's British life insurance business
10/14/2006 [-] Kidnapped Chinese businessman found by Warsaw police
10/14/2006 [-] Website seeks doctors' take on drugs, and firms are crying foul
10/14/2006 [-] Friday Newspaper Review Irish Business News and International Stories
10/14/2006 [-] Business community calls for 12% lending rate
10/14/2006 [-] BusinessWeek Firefox Mission Accomplished
10/14/2006 [-] Business boost 'the way to go'
10/14/2006 [-] BUSINESS BUZZ - Chamber to address market research
10/14/2006 [-] Lack of oranges wrings juicers
10/14/2006 [-] Triton starts real estate fund based in Sarasota
10/14/2006 [-] Americans go on shopping spree after sharp decline in gas prices
10/14/2006 [-] Sarasota rancher gets honor of lifetime Berryman "Buster"
10/14/2006 [-] Business leaders applaud Thai lineup
10/14/2006 [-] Thai tiled Field relatives' businesses, National alleges
10/14/2006 [-] Hiring employees with disabilities can be an excellent business decision
10/14/2006 [-] Filling a void in the Vista
10/14/2006 [-] House was home to insurance academy
10/14/2006 [-] Online gambling concerns sell U.S. operations
10/14/2006 [-] Southwest plans new 1-stop long-haul flights from Dallas
10/14/2006 [-] Today's top 10
10/14/2006 [-] Auto loan rates
10/14/2006 [-] Debtors feeling the pinch
10/14/2006 [-] Stocks close up; Dow nears 12,000
10/14/2006 [-] Don't get mad, write a letter of complaint
10/14/2006 [-] Sprint to hike no-plan text rates
10/14/2006 [-] Callers want bling on their rings
10/14/2006 [-] Recall More Sony-made laptop batteries added to recall
10/14/2006 [-] Coke Enviga not a cure a bulging belly
10/14/2006 [-] Delta Woodside seeks bankruptcy protection
10/14/2006 [-] Shell closing lubricant operation in S.C.
10/14/2006 [-] Denny's reorganizes management system
10/14/2006 [-] S.C. keeps AAA rating, gets 'negative outlook'
10/14/2006 [-] Piggly Wiggly names new CEO
10/14/2006 [-] Apartments going up on Windson Lake
10/14/2006 [-] Vending machines make sales ice and easy
10/14/2006 [-] Business - TheState.com
10/14/2006 [-] FC Barcelona's Funky Business Deal
10/14/2006 [-] MPC OKs new zoning at airstrip
10/14/2006 [-] FCC delays vote on AT&T merger
10/14/2006 [-] Briefcase
10/14/2006 [-] ClientLogic plans Sitel purchase
10/14/2006 [-] SAIC adds 21% in trading debut
10/14/2006 [-] Wal-Mart ordered to pay 78.5M in rest-break suit
10/14/2006 [-] Banker to the poor earns Nobel Peace Prize
10/14/2006 [-] Compushare Continues Talent Grab With Addition of Industry Veteran T.D. Williams
10/14/2006 [-] Compushare Continues Market Consolidation Strategy by Acquiring Garrison Security
10/14/2006 [-] DREW SHARP Other conferences make Big Ten look bad
10/14/2006 [-] WINGS CORNER Kopecky plays; father puffs
10/14/2006 [-] NBA ROUNDUP Backup powers Pistons to victory
10/14/2006 [-] NAZR WHAT BAD HANDS?
10/14/2006 [-] Hanson remains a leg up
10/14/2006 [-] BUFFALO 3, DETROIT 2 SO Sabre-toothed
10/14/2006 [-] DREW SHARP FINISH EM!
10/14/2006 [-] COOL CATS One win from first pennant since 84
10/14/2006 [-] Pals first, foes second
10/14/2006 [-] Application for business grant raises concerns
10/14/2006 [-] Delta Air Lines CEO tells of plans to leave
10/14/2006 [-] Dow chugs to another record close
10/14/2006 [-] Take control of spam with "disposable" e-mail addresses
10/14/2006 [-] Select your pen carefully when marking CDs and DVDs
10/14/2006 [-] External drives free up space for photos
10/14/2006 [-] Block spying eyes from your computer
10/14/2006 [-] Bono launches iPod to benefit AIDS fund
10/14/2006 [-] FCC postpones AT&T vote for more time to review proposals
10/14/2006 [-] Virgin gives Airbus one week to respond to A380 proposals
10/14/2006 [-] Microsoft makes Vista changes
10/14/2006 [-] San Francisco shopping mall an upstart at vertical retailing
10/14/2006 [-] Briefs Defiance bank to open branch on Coldwater
10/14/2006 [-] AT&T, BellSouth merger now faces FCC
10/14/2006 [-] Disney inks deal to create 150 stores in India
10/14/2006 [-] Cummins engine to power 600 jobs
10/14/2006 [-] Tower to create Indianapolis offshoot
10/14/2006 [-] Crop Report Corn harvest dips; soybeans on record pace
10/14/2006 [-] Airline museums save carriers' legacy
10/14/2006 [-] China's state unions campaign to organize Kodak, Dell
10/14/2006 [-] FCC defers its vote on AT&T deal
10/14/2006 [-] Judge delays ruling on Mesaba, unions deal
10/14/2006 [-] Generic drug plan targets small firms
10/14/2006 [-] Trade deficit hits record high on oil
10/14/2006 [-] Shopping Notebook Demand for Elmo lights up other sales
10/14/2006 [-] Tech Test Sony Reader is e-step forward
10/14/2006 [-] Microsoft improving accessibility
10/14/2006 [-] Briefs Local lab tests frequency IDs, medical devices
10/14/2006 [-] Camry hybrid rolls off line
10/14/2006 [-] Dow's lovin' corporate earnings, tops 11,900
10/14/2006 [-] 3rd funeral home opens its doors in Kendallville
10/14/2006 [-] Parts supplier sees growth
10/14/2006 [-] Business - Journal Gazette
10/14/2006 [-] New Linux-based embedded DVRs provide excellent quality surveillance solution to security dealers for businesses.
10/14/2006 [-] rediff Business
10/13/2006 [-] Business-to-business trade show a success
10/13/2006 [-] Is Renting Really Throwing Money Away?
10/13/2006 [-] Channel NewsAsia Singapore Business News
10/13/2006 [-] Spirit III demise costs Devonport business 5.3m a year report
10/13/2006 [-] Earnings for Insurers Are Soaring
10/13/2006 [-] Gambling operation funded businesses
10/13/2006 [-] Nitesh Group ventures into agri-business
10/13/2006 [-] Kilgore approves as TVA's first CEO
10/13/2006 [-] Gas price drop sparks spending
10/13/2006 [-] Former executives won't cooperate, SEC suit says
10/13/2006 [-] Liberal network Air America Radio files for bankruptcy
10/13/2006 [-] Most Medicare drug plans will drop Viagra
10/13/2006 [-] LON GROSSMAN Enzyme odor killers work
10/13/2006 [-] DCX to launch 2nd Dundee engine plant
10/13/2006 [-] JAMES DULLEY Door upgrades will seal in heat
10/13/2006 [-] Airline preps for marathon negotiations
10/13/2006 [-] Toyota rolls out its first Camry hybrid
10/13/2006 [-] GM speeds up the use of new technology
10/13/2006 [-] TOM WALSH Flight attendants would hurt themselves by striking NWA
10/13/2006 [-] Book-Cadillac penthouses go for 1 million
10/13/2006 [-] Retail Council of Canada Salutes National Small Business Week October 15 to 21
10/13/2006 [-] FCC puts off vote on deal by AT&T
10/13/2006 [-] ACT business group welcomes Rhodium inquiry
10/13/2006 [-] Business News FCC Delays Merger Vote For AT& T, BellSouth
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Microsoft Now Decides to Accept Outside Security for Vista
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Outgoing Medicare Chief Cites Drug Savings
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Air America Files For Bankruptcy
10/13/2006 [-] Business News SAIC Offering Raises 1 Billion
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Fiorina Uses Book Tour to Recast Her Image
10/13/2006 [-] Business News New Law Cripples Internet Gambling
10/13/2006 [-] Tobago businessmen sayBad move to do away with gaming industry
10/13/2006 [-] Business Forum of the Greater Caribbean
10/13/2006 [-] Bangladesh Financial Pioneer Awarded Nobel Peace Prize
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Algae could be fuel of the future
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Truss says AWB charges would be disappointing
10/13/2006 [-] Huntington Beach Visitors Bureau Pledges to Defend SURF CITY USA Brand
10/13/2006 [-] Danity Kane Involved in Car Accident
10/13/2006 [-] Farallon Arranges 7.5 Million Financing
10/13/2006 [-] Acquisitions Analyst- Retail Specialist New York
10/13/2006 [-] Community Bancorp Completes Merger With Valley Bancorp
10/13/2006 [-] Kidnapped Chinese businessman freed in Poland
10/13/2006 [-] Off the Charts Hidden hope for builders
10/13/2006 [-] Oil Above 58; Norway Platforms Close
10/13/2006 [-] California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to Ring the NASDAQ Stock Market Opening Bell
10/13/2006 [-] Pro-Spect-Or to Proceed With Private Placement
10/13/2006 [-] PureDepth Announces Reclassification of Selected Historical Operating Expenses and Other Income Items
10/13/2006 [-] RW Packaging Ltd. Arranges New Financing Agreement
10/13/2006 [-] Smart-tek Starts Work on 250,000 Contract
10/13/2006 [-] Court Again Certifies Class Action Against St. Jude Medical, Inc. - STJ
10/13/2006 [-] Prosper, Inc. Article in National Magazine Highlights Impact of Life-Changing Education
10/13/2006 [-] True North Corporation Receives Final Approval for Acquisition of C3 Online Marketing Inc.
10/13/2006 [-] Food Bank For New York City to Ring The NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell
10/13/2006 [-] Tower Records Spins Into Final Weeks
10/13/2006 [-] Wall St Week Ahead Dow nears 12,000 before earnings storm
10/13/2006 [-] Carphone puts on brave face as investors take cover
10/13/2006 [-] Geitner departure leaves some red faces at Vodafone
10/13/2006 [-] UK Coal faces loss as recovery falters
10/13/2006 [-] Bids for Thames Water poised to exceed £8bn
10/13/2006 [-] Freesheets trim sales of Standard
10/13/2006 [-] BAA seeks sale of property fund stake to reduce debt
10/13/2006 [-] Chelsfield finance arranger moves out
10/13/2006 [-] Two more Morgan Stanley staff quit over leaked e-mail
10/13/2006 [-] Healthier option bearing fruit for McDonald
10/13/2006 [-] Failure to outsource costs billions
10/13/2006 [-] Confusion after new Vodafone departure
10/13/2006 [-] Shares head for record high as FTSE surges
10/13/2006 [-] BAE and VT in talks to create UK last big shipbuilder
10/13/2006 [-] Businessman plans an airline without a no-smoking section
10/13/2006 [-] Acclaimed businesswoman wins literary award
10/13/2006 [-] Cardin, Steele talk policy at business forum
10/13/2006 [-] La. business leaders suggest tax credits for home strengthening
10/13/2006 [-] Tyson workers gain class-action status in illegal-alien suit
10/13/2006 [-] Goodyear borrows $1 bln to insulate against strike
10/13/2006 [-] Ex-Enron employees face fresh SEC fraud charges
10/13/2006 [-] Wal-Mart owes Pennsylvania workers 78 million
10/13/2006 [-] Junior Chamber Launches Best Business Competition
10/13/2006 [-] Liberal radio network files for bankruptcy
10/13/2006 [-] U.S. stocks close on high note
10/13/2006 [-] Some local business owners are fuming over the new Louisville smoking ban
10/13/2006 [-] Bush blow to online gambling
10/13/2006 [-] Sakhalin ecology set, Shell says
10/13/2006 [-] Boxer and property investor try to revitalize Latino districts
10/13/2006 [-] Big innovations require time, Microsoft chief asserts
10/13/2006 [-] Wal-Mart must pay workers 78m
10/13/2006 [-] Oil price up on Statoil shutdown
10/13/2006 [-] Vietnam's Business Volume in Angola At Around 50 Million
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Bush signs law to lift limits at Dallas Love Field AP
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Enzo Biochem Q4 rev 9.92M vs 10.9M
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Realogy prices 1.2B notes offering
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Enzo Biochem Q4 net loss 14c vs net loss 6c
10/13/2006 [-] Business News General Mills issues milk allergy alert
10/13/2006 [-] Business News General Mills recalls 13-ounce boxes of Golden Grahams
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Delta's Comair, attendant union reach tentative agreementAP
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Comair union 1,000 attendants to vote Nov 14 on agreement
10/13/2006 [-] Business News General Mills Recalled cereal produced on certain dates
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Andersons, Marathon to form ethanol joint venture
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Enzo Biochem quarterly loss widens; revenue falls
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Realogy prices senior notes offering of up to 1.2 bln
10/13/2006 [-] Grinstein will retire after Delta emerges from bankruptcy
10/13/2006 [-] Brokers cut Yum recommendations to hold
10/13/2006 [-] NovaGold Announces Q3 Financial Results and Project Update
10/13/2006 [-] Royal Standard Announces Grant of Options
10/13/2006 [-] Adanac Announces Market Matters CEO Radio Interview
10/13/2006 [-] American HealthCare Capital in Conjunction With the National
10/13/2006 [-] Oilsands Gasification Systems C4B Capex by 2012
10/13/2006 [-] NASDAQ and JASDAQ Sign a Memorandum of Understanding
10/13/2006 [-] Indicator Minerals Retains Ascenta Capital Partners Inc. to Provide Investor Relations Services
10/13/2006 [-] Aventine Adds E Energy Adams to Its Marketing Alliance
10/13/2006 [-] HE-5 Resources, Corp. Announces 1-for-200 Reverse Stock Split
10/13/2006 [-] National Bankshares, Inc. Announces Higher Third Quarter Earnings
10/13/2006 [-] Deadline Extended for Red Ribbon Leadership Awards Nominations
10/13/2006 [-] Niocan Inc. Update on Permitting for the Niobium Mine Project in Oka
10/13/2006 [-] Sempra Energy and Utilities Settle Litigation With State Regulators and Attorney General
10/13/2006 [-] German BenQ Mobile Prioritizes Continuation Of Business
10/13/2006 [-] One business still closed from storm damage
10/13/2006 [-] Online Gambling Knows When To Fold 'Em
10/13/2006 [-] FCC Puts Phone Merger On Hold
10/13/2006 [-] Dow Next Stop, 12,000?
10/13/2006 [-] Wal-Mart Hit With 78M Fine
10/13/2006 [-] Suzlon bags order from Brazilian company
10/13/2006 [-] Lee Yi Shyan to lead business delegation to Russia from Oct 16-21
10/13/2006 [-] Calif. AG presses ahead with HP leak investigation
10/13/2006 [-] Jury says Wal-Mart must pay $78 mln in damages
10/13/2006 [-] Philips quits mobile phone business
10/13/2006 [-] Virgin Atlantic reduces fuel levy
10/13/2006 [-] Benin Businessmen Embrace Joint Effort With Nigeria
10/13/2006 [-] "That was easy" Staples Business Depot Celebrates 15 years of Business in Canada
10/13/2006 [-] Business News SAIC IPO leads volume on NYSE
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Bush signs anti-Internet gambling law
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Renasant Financial Partners Ltd. Renasant Reports Settlement
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Wildcat Exploration Ltd. Wildcat Exploration Ltd. Press Release
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Blair faces challenge over Iraq exit
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Wall Street up as earnings season starts
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Ericsson leads Europe to 5-year high
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Aeon spurs Tokyo to 5-month high
10/13/2006 [-] Virgin presses Airbus over A380, while Emirates sticks with its big order
10/13/2006 [-] NPR's News Chief Resigns After 9 Months
10/13/2006 [-] Microloan Pioneer and His Bank Win Nobel Peace Prize
10/13/2006 [-] U.S. stocks mixed, Dow slows
10/13/2006 [-] Delta airlines to fly New York-Bucharest
10/13/2006 [-] FCC delays AT&T-Bell South merger vote
10/13/2006 [-] HAZMAT crews called to chemical spill at Portland business
10/13/2006 [-] Air America files for Chapter 11
10/13/2006 [-] Cyprus-based TMK Steel consolidates 100% of TMK shares
10/13/2006 [-] China shows big hike in exchange reserves
10/13/2006 [-] EADS buys BAE stake in Airbus for 2.75 billion euros
10/13/2006 [-] General Electric posts record third-quarter profits
10/13/2006 [-] Seniors of Waterford rave over new center
10/13/2006 [-] Stinky, dirty water irks Clinton Twp. residents
10/13/2006 [-] Officials pull skeleton for sale on eBay
10/13/2006 [-] 300,000,000 U.S. countdown is on as population projected to hit a milestone Tuesday
10/13/2006 [-] 2 nations pose sanctions puzzle
10/13/2006 [-] Ricky father lied, trial shows
10/13/2006 [-] Break out the wintertime gear
10/13/2006 [-] Cruise business revving up in New Orleans
10/13/2006 [-] FCC Fails to Act on AT&T-BellSouth Deal
10/13/2006 [-] Is Thailand's Economy Due For A Makeover?
10/13/2006 [-] Liberal Air America Radio Files Chapter 11
10/13/2006 [-] The Fat Lady Sings For A Music Giant
10/13/2006 [-] German federal, state governments mull EADS stake
10/13/2006 [-] GE says NBC to return to profit growth in 4th qtr
10/13/2006 [-] Wal-Mart Faces At Least $62M In Damages
10/13/2006 [-] Laptop Battery Recall Growing
10/13/2006 [-] Study Credit Card Late Fees Much Higher
10/13/2006 [-] Road to Nobel prize began in Des Moines
10/13/2006 [-] Ministry submits bill on FDI in Russia strategic companies
10/13/2006 [-] Environmental damage from Sakhalin II to be assessed in 2007
10/13/2006 [-] Speedway Officials Envision Thriving Downtown Business District
10/13/2006 [-] Oil bailout package reworked
10/13/2006 [-] RIL wants Dabhol's LNG terminal
10/13/2006 [-] Yes, in My Backyard Tiny Sauget, Illinois, Likes Business Misfits
10/13/2006 [-] Virgin Presses Airbus on A380 Delay
10/13/2006 [-] Oil Prices Rise Above 59 a Barrel
10/13/2006 [-] Stocks Mixed in Late-Morning Trading
10/13/2006 [-] Carphone Warehouse 'faces Orange pullout'
10/13/2006 [-] U.S. stocks open slightly lower
10/13/2006 [-] Generation gap affects transfer of wealth in Asia study
10/13/2006 [-] EADS open to selling Airbus plants, co-chairman says
10/13/2006 [-] Houston seeks to cut back on rush hour
10/13/2006 [-] UPI NewsTrack business
10/13/2006 [-] US retail sales slump 0.4 percent on energy price drop
10/13/2006 [-] Morgan Stanley in talks for hedge fund firm stake
10/13/2006 [-] UnumProvident rises on takeover speculation
10/13/2006 [-] UK firms flee U.S. gambling with $1 buyouts
10/13/2006 [-] South Africa 2010 Investment for Small Hospitality Businesses
10/13/2006 [-] Art investment expert to speak in Wilmington
10/13/2006 [-] Domestic violence affects businesses bottom lines
10/13/2006 [-] Briefing Jasdaq and Nasdaq discuss joint listings
10/13/2006 [-] Currencies Fears of rising rates give a lift to the yen
10/13/2006 [-] EU and India pursue cooperation and trade
10/13/2006 [-] Spotlight Central banker, royal ties
10/13/2006 [-] ViewPoints The silver lining in heightened peril
10/13/2006 [-] India to offer shares in 4 state power companies
10/13/2006 [-] Rating a Sicilian red's true cost to the Earth
10/13/2006 [-] EU and India agree to trade deal
10/13/2006 [-] Business Fills with Smoke
10/13/2006 [-] Microsoft pushes ahead on worldwide Vista launch
10/13/2006 [-] Can this super car rev up Nissan?/tit
10/13/2006 [-] Air America files for bankruptcy protection
10/13/2006 [-] Peek inside Tacoma's urban village
10/13/2006 [-] uTube.com Business Stalled by YouTube Purchase Hype
10/13/2006 [-] Stocks Mixed in Morning Trading
10/13/2006 [-] Oil Rises Above 58 a Barrel
10/13/2006 [-] Retail Sales Fall; Inventories Rise
10/13/2006 [-] OneAmerica adds historic building
10/13/2006 [-] Chrysler seeks permits for new plant
10/13/2006 [-] Sea Containers 'cannot pay debt'
10/13/2006 [-] Business News National CineMedia files 700 mln IPO
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Enzo Biochem acquires license to 6 RNA amplification patents
10/13/2006 [-] Business News FTSE breaches five-year high as commodities boost
10/13/2006 [-] Business News U.S. consumer sentiment improves in October
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Muhammad Yunus Microcredit Missionary
10/13/2006 [-] Nigeria Champion Partners Business in Africa for London Confab
10/13/2006 [-] Fed Beige Book shows continued business growth
10/13/2006 [-] Developer to build business park near Aberdeen Prooving Ground
10/13/2006 [-] Businesses search for online identity
10/13/2006 [-] Arab bourses volatile ahead of Islamic festivities
10/13/2006 [-] Google to offer business software
10/13/2006 [-] Briefly Chen survives 2nd vote in corruption scandal
10/13/2006 [-] Gas price plunge fuels drop in retail sales
10/13/2006 [-] Microsoft Windows Vista release on track
10/13/2006 [-] Crunching job numbers not as simple as you think
10/13/2006 [-] MacBank mum on pay
10/13/2006 [-] Media jigsaws missing pieces
10/13/2006 [-] David becomes Goliath
10/13/2006 [-] Safe as houses
10/13/2006 [-] Hilton plans growth in Europe and China
10/13/2006 [-] Room to grow for Fidelity
10/13/2006 [-] Chirac wants shared job cuts
10/13/2006 [-] Lower petrol prices hit US retail
10/13/2006 [-] GNER owner 'cannot pay debt'
10/13/2006 [-] Administration for World Gaming
10/13/2006 [-] Emirates warns on Airbus delays
10/13/2006 [-] Phone anywhere for price of Iowa call
10/13/2006 [-] Microsoft, hackers battle heats up
10/13/2006 [-] Retail sales in unexpected tumble
10/13/2006 [-] GE Louisville business profit up 44 percent
10/13/2006 [-] Chelsea Therapeutics to Present at BIO Investor Forum
10/13/2006 [-] San Gold Expands Resources Study Scope to Include Cartwright Mine Feasibility
10/13/2006 [-] The CFA Society of Cleveland Hosts Luncheon Featuring Nordson Corporation
10/13/2006 [-] Lazare Kaplan International Inc. Reports First Quarter Fiscal 2007 Results
10/13/2006 [-] Xstrata Acquires Additional Shares of Falconbridge Under Compulsory Acquisition
10/13/2006 [-] Unico, Inc. Announces Expanded Consulting Agreement Between Talon Resources and Deer Trail Mining Company
10/13/2006 [-] Full Metal Acquires Mt. Andrew Copper-Gold Property; Commences Drilling
10/13/2006 [-] Mansfield Drills 198m @ 1.2 g/t Gold at Lindero, Argentina
10/13/2006 [-] NetBank Sells Majority of Its Mortgage Servicing Rights
10/13/2006 [-] Workforce Center to host job fair
10/13/2006 [-] Company revamps, gets more city money
10/13/2006 [-] Airbus confronts problems from top down
10/13/2006 [-] YouTube all-stars
10/13/2006 [-] Jury weighs award in Wal-Mart labor case
10/13/2006 [-] Retail sales down in Sept on gasoline dip
10/13/2006 [-] EU-India start work on bilateral agreement
10/13/2006 [-] Indian Bank, Central Bank IPOs cleared
10/13/2006 [-] Ruling includes Tyson Ind. plant
10/13/2006 [-] IBM transfers its procurement HQ to southern China
10/13/2006 [-] Retail Sales Drop in September
10/13/2006 [-] AirTran CEO explains changing flight schedules
10/13/2006 [-] 3 businesses report morning burglaries
10/13/2006 [-] Expect fewer oranges
10/13/2006 [-] Mortgage scheme involves six locals
10/13/2006 [-] Deal to tear down Hyatt has been called off
10/13/2006 [-] Pacific Energy & Mining Announces Initial Sales of Natural Gas
10/13/2006 [-] GrowthStockAlert.net Highlights Cartridge Design and Certified Manufacturer Agreement Signed
10/13/2006 [-] City Living Home Furnishings Offers Stylish Design Solutions For Atlanta Homes
10/13/2006 [-] O.A.O. Tatneft announces Certification Date Extended
10/13/2006 [-] Tower Financial Corporation Reports Third Quarter 2006 Earnings
10/13/2006 [-] Onex Subsidiary ClientLogic to Acquire SITEL Corporation
10/13/2006 [-] Deep Well Oil & Gas, Inc. Preliminary Drilling Results at Sawn Lake
10/13/2006 [-] Regions Financial 3rd-qtr profit rises 37 pct
10/13/2006 [-] General Electric reports net profit rises
10/13/2006 [-] St. Ignace coach strives to walk again, continues to guide girls hoops team
10/13/2006 [-] Ice dancing with the stars
10/13/2006 [-] WINGS CORNER Sabres will test Wings
10/13/2006 [-] Spartans all lined up
10/13/2006 [-] Breaston pumped up
10/13/2006 [-] NICHOLAS J. COTSONIKA Rogers could be great
10/13/2006 [-] Jury says Wal-Mart mispaid employees
10/13/2006 [-] EU, India denote business; to hit it off on trade ties
10/13/2006 [-] Water limits for businesses announced
10/13/2006 [-] The latest China-Japan flap cosmetics
10/13/2006 [-] EU should tap opportunities in SEZs PM
10/13/2006 [-] Arson rallies Third Street business owners
10/13/2006 [-] Plant cranks up hybrids
10/13/2006 [-] U.S. sees record soybean crop, near-record for corn this year
10/13/2006 [-] Washington targets top chipmakers
10/13/2006 [-] SNP small business tax cut pledge
10/13/2006 [-] Business Plan Web Site Appoints PR Consultant to Write and Send Press Releases
10/13/2006 [-] Howard, Baltimore County chambers honor business leaders
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Avenue Cap. in talks to sell stake to Morgan Stanley armWSJ
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Genworth Financial cut at Merrill on valuation
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Avenue Cap in talks to sell stake to Morgan Stanley WSJ
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Sumitomo Mitsui Financial and Sumitomo Corp to merge leasing businesses
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Sire Records HIM's 'Dark Light' RIAA Certified Gold
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Southridge Enterprises, Inc. Southridge Enterprises Approved for DTC Eligibility
10/13/2006 [-] Business News FTSE 100 hits five-year high
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Japanese regional banks to merge
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Tin joins base metals rally
10/13/2006 [-] Business News Offshore Finance Attracts Attention
10/13/2006 [-] Microsoft tells EU it will ship Vista
10/13/2006 [-] Spirit III closure strains Devonport businesses report
10/13/2006 [-] Africa struggles with cocoa virus
10/13/2006 [-] Students learn how to adapt in team situations at competition
10/13/2006 [-] 6 resorts to be reflagged with Wyndham brand
10/13/2006 [-] PIRATES CAPTURE HALLOWEEN
10/13/2006 [-] Foreign visitors are fewer, but spending more
10/13/2006 [-] The bad news is...
10/13/2006 [-] The ticker, October 13
10/13/2006 [-] For openers, A-Basin claims bragging rights
10/13/2006 [-] First Ky.-made Camry hybrid rolls out
10/13/2006 [-] Business briefs, October 13
10/13/2006 [-] <b>Milstead</b> South Florida a change in lifestyle
10/13/2006 [-] Shoppers, it's time to see and spend
10/13/2006 [-] Sun shines on tourism
10/13/2006 [-] Media Advisory McGuinty government to increase investment in public transit
10/13/2006 [-] British Columbia remains among country's growth leaders, says RBC Economics
10/13/2006 [-] Consumers and businesses keeping Canada's economy on firm footing, says RBC Economics
10/13/2006 [-] Alberta leads economic growth in Canada RBC Economics
10/13/2006 [-] Saskatchewan's diversified economy drives healthy economic growth, says RBC Economics
10/13/2006 [-] Modest growth for Manitoba, says RBC economics
10/13/2006 [-] Prince Edward Island's economic outlook stable, says RBC economics
10/13/2006 [-] Nova Scotia's economic growth modest, says RBC economics
10/13/2006 [-] RBC forecasts moderate economic growth for New Brunswick
10/13/2006 [-] Quebec's economic growth slowing RBC forecasts
10/13/2006 [-] Petaquilla Minerals Ltd. Update of Company Activities
10/13/2006 [-] Prudential PLC announces Appointment of Egg CEO
10/13/2006 [-] As jeans sales fade, deals loom
10/13/2006 [-] Rates rise as worries hang on
10/13/2006 [-] Buyouts not always best for shareholders
10/13/2006 [-] Xbox struggles to attract more women
10/13/2006 [-] ATLANTA Delta surveys frequent fliers to learn what they want
10/13/2006 [-] SAN FRANCISCO Safeway reports jump in profit but stays cautious on holidays
10/13/2006 [-] SEATTLE Microsoft buys company that helps with online queries
10/13/2006 [-] HAMBURG, GERMANY New Airbus chief says nations would share any cuts in jobs
10/13/2006 [-] NEW YORK PepsiCo says higher costs for oranges to depress earnings
10/13/2006 [-] Costco profits beat estimates
10/13/2006 [-] Dollar slips 1.94 kopeks on MICEX
10/13/2006 [-] Euro rises 4.73 kopeks on MICEX
10/13/2006 [-] Corus slides as FTSE drifts lower
10/13/2006 [-] Ford E85 cars under scrutiny
10/13/2006 [-] Microsoft names new leadership for small-business software group
10/13/2006 [-] Mine woes prompt UK Coal loss
10/13/2006 [-] India's Sensex hits record high
10/13/2006 [-] Sensex hits record high
10/13/2006 [-] Euro exchanges eye merger
10/13/2006 [-] New order for 10 787s listed on Boeing's site
10/13/2006 [-] Dow jumps, nears 12,000 mark


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