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10/18/2007 [-] Euro hits all-time high of 1.43 dollars
10/18/2007 [-] Punishing the Kaczynskis Poland's Urban Elite More Interested in Business than Politics
10/18/2007 [-] Punishing the Kaczynskis Poland's Urban Elite More Interested in Business than Politics
10/18/2007 [-] UPMC Health Plan Launches New Product for Small Businesses
10/18/2007 [-] Assembling The Health-Care Puzzle
10/18/2007 [-] Nigeria Leading Technology Distributor Plans Forum for Small Businesses
10/18/2007 [-] New Brunswick provides grants for businesses
10/18/2007 [-] Grocers to open legal pads
10/18/2007 [-] Big business of treasure hunters
10/18/2007 [-] BBC's global website to carry ads
10/18/2007 [-] Bank of America 3Q earnings fall 32%
10/18/2007 [-] Baxter 3Q profit rises 6% on hemophilia sales
10/18/2007 [-] Price Blitz Drives Property Managers Out of Business
10/18/2007 [-] DirecTV takes lead in offering HDTV options
10/18/2007 [-] Eli Lilly 3rd-quarter profit increase
10/18/2007 [-] Pfizer profits plunge in third quarter on Exubera problems
10/18/2007 [-] SAP's third quarter on target
10/18/2007 [-] Dixons owner warns on Microsoft flop
10/18/2007 [-] Nokia ahead 85% despite falling prices
10/18/2007 [-] Iona brings in more than expected
10/18/2007 [-] Slowdown to weigh on Qualceram
10/18/2007 [-] Bank of America posts 32% drop in third-quarter profits
10/18/2007 [-] Visteon to sell off U.K. facility
10/18/2007 [-] Business groups try to appeal service tax
10/18/2007 [-] Dollar index falls to record low
10/18/2007 [-] S.Africa Tribunal OKs Xstrata bid for Eland Platinum
10/18/2007 [-] Cognos names Campbell new chief technology officer
10/18/2007 [-] Bank of America profit falls steeply
10/18/2007 [-] British Broadcasting Corp. announces budget cuts, 1,800 jobs to be lost
10/18/2007 [-] Visteon signs MOU to sell UK facility to Linamar
10/18/2007 [-] Euro breaks above 1.43 dollars for first time
10/18/2007 [-] Business Software Maker SAP AG Says 3Q Profit...
10/18/2007 [-] Jobless Claims Spike Unexpectedly
10/18/2007 [-] Ishraqah deals with GROW to sell business hotel in The Onyx UAE
10/18/2007 [-] Business growth at Navy Yard spurs talk of transportation
10/18/2007 [-] Insurers say stopping more fraudulent claims
10/18/2007 [-] ITV to incur phone-in charge
10/18/2007 [-] Virgin Atlantic in talks over plane order
10/18/2007 [-] BBC announces plans for 1,800 job cuts
10/18/2007 [-] Re-investing ISA savers backed
10/18/2007 [-] How one family business survived an assault
10/18/2007 [-] Company registration system upgrade set
10/18/2007 [-] Cialis, Cymbalta sales lift Lilly in 3Q
10/18/2007 [-] Internet, e-mail at work fraught with peril for employees
10/18/2007 [-] Five local firms finalists for Kelley awards today
10/18/2007 [-] Home construction lowest in 14 years
10/18/2007 [-] Social Security recipients to get 2.3% benefit increase
10/18/2007 [-] IMF Credit crisis could slow world economy
10/18/2007 [-] Nokia nearly 3Q earnings double
10/18/2007 [-] VW sales race ahead to set record
10/18/2007 [-] Nokia increases market lead with higher sales, profits
10/18/2007 [-] Hungarian television to battle MTV for use of initials
10/18/2007 [-] Futures fall after Bank of America miss
10/18/2007 [-] Nokia earnings beat forecasts
10/18/2007 [-] Pfizer profit falls sharply
10/18/2007 [-] Bank of America proft falls steeply
10/18/2007 [-] Chicken farms to be off terror target list
10/18/2007 [-] Oil prices open slowly, remain at 87
10/18/2007 [-] County looks to salve pain of its hospital
10/18/2007 [-] Mesirow banking on LaSalle ex-chief
10/18/2007 [-] Frango production returning to Chicago
10/18/2007 [-] Allstate's 16% profit decline 'a big miss'
10/18/2007 [-] Merrimack Valley Venture Forum examines 'Nano Effect' on New England business
10/18/2007 [-] Nestle's growth affected by rising raw material costs
10/18/2007 [-] WESH jumps on high-def bandwagon with local news
10/18/2007 [-] Fed says economic growth more subdued
10/18/2007 [-] Disney park to get Pixar makeover
10/18/2007 [-] Allstate OK with 16% drop in profits
10/18/2007 [-] Mammogram party mixes manicures, medical testing
10/18/2007 [-] Corruption in Russian business worsens survey
10/18/2007 [-] Nero profit rise
10/18/2007 [-] Job threat at Aviva
10/18/2007 [-] Buyers approach Neville Johnson
10/18/2007 [-] S&N hostile to takeover bid
10/18/2007 [-] Betting site plunge is offset
10/18/2007 [-] Interest rate held
10/18/2007 [-] Take-off for Zeus
10/18/2007 [-] Lilly takes aim at diabetes
10/18/2007 [-] North Port businesses struggling to stay afloat
10/18/2007 [-] Wyeth 3rd-Quarter Profit Falls On Charge
10/18/2007 [-] US dollar mostly lower, gold mixed in European trading
10/18/2007 [-] EU gives Malta 3-month deadline to open oil market
10/18/2007 [-] SAP 3Q rises on license sales
10/18/2007 [-] Nokia 3Q profit nearly doubles
10/18/2007 [-] Carlsberg shares drop on S&N deal, cash call fears
10/18/2007 [-] Morgan Stanley sells its shares in the New York Times
10/18/2007 [-] Federal Communications Commission chief seeks to drop ownership limits
10/18/2007 [-] SEC opens informal investigation of Countrywide stock sales
10/18/2007 [-] Wall Street recalls the lessons of Black Monday
10/18/2007 [-] U.S. growers want ethanol deal to offset Mexican sugar cane imports
10/18/2007 [-] Apple iPhone To Support 3rd-Party Programs
10/18/2007 [-] Bangkok electric wires go underground
10/18/2007 [-] Carlsberg shares drop on S&N deal
10/18/2007 [-] BA urges American Airlines tie-up
10/18/2007 [-] Tories vow to slash 'red tape'
10/18/2007 [-] Qantas Considers Restructuring Holiday Business; Jetset Keen
10/18/2007 [-] Euro flirts with record dollar high
10/18/2007 [-] Chain volume measures of GDP introduced
10/18/2007 [-] Composite interest rate rises to 3.34%
10/18/2007 [-] Kosovo Assembly to deal with Trepča
10/18/2007 [-] Temasek kicks off sale of its power generation companies
10/18/2007 [-] Black Monday haunts traders
10/18/2007 [-] Australian stocks recover from slump
10/18/2007 [-] Singapore shares close 0.78% lower on profit taking
10/18/2007 [-] Changi Airports International to draw masterplan for airport in Jordan
10/18/2007 [-] Mortgag
10/18/2007 [-] Ranks of Asia's millionaires grows on strong economies, soaring markets
10/18/2007 [-] Former CIA chief says at conference that energy independence vital to national security
10/18/2007 [-] Weak dollar drags French media company Thomson's 3Q revenue down 3.4 percent
10/18/2007 [-] Euro continues to rise as US home construction falls again
10/18/2007 [-] Japanese stocks rose moderately, led by banks, consumer finance shares
10/18/2007 [-] China's benchmark stock index falls 3.5 percent, biggest drop in 5 weeks
10/18/2007 [-] Putin says inflation at 8.5 percent so far this year
10/18/2007 [-] Gold closes lower in Hong Kong at US757.55 an ounce
10/18/2007 [-] Indian shares plunge in volatile trade, benchmark index closes down 5 percent
10/18/2007 [-] Nokia nearly doubles 3Q net profit to €1.5 billion on surging sales
10/18/2007 [-] Google's YouTube launches Taiwan video-sharing site
10/18/2007 [-] Nestle reports 9-month sales rise of 9 percent
10/18/2007 [-] Oil prices slip as volatile trade continues
10/18/2007 [-] Syngenta posts 21 percent rise in 3rd-quarter sales to 1.7 billion
10/18/2007 [-] Indian drugmaker Ranbaxy's quarterly profit up 48 percent from a year ago
10/18/2007 [-] Steel Dynamics expects '08 earnings to exceed estimates
10/18/2007 [-] Đelić talks stock market cooperation in New York
10/18/2007 [-] Soaring stock markets boost number of Hong Kong millionaires
10/18/2007 [-] German non-stop ferry link to Russia opens
10/18/2007 [-] India's TCS signs 1.2-billion-dollar contract with Nielsen
10/18/2007 [-] Key economic institutes call on Berlin to step up reform
10/18/2007 [-] Uganda ditches plan to give away part of massive forest reserve
10/18/2007 [-] Fox Business Network Ready to Debut Monday
10/18/2007 [-] Dollar down 5.26 kopeks, euro up 8.22 kopeks Central Bank
10/18/2007 [-] Biofuels use transforming commodity markets CME chief
10/18/2007 [-] Oil eases above 87, OPEC in focus
10/18/2007 [-] Nestle growth affected by rising raw material costs
10/18/2007 [-] European stocks mixed in early deals
10/18/2007 [-] Oil Prices Rise Past Mid-87 a Barrel
10/18/2007 [-] Singapore's Temasek opens bidding for Tuas Power plant
10/18/2007 [-] US stocks mixed amid concerns about corporate profits
10/18/2007 [-] US housing construction plunges to lowest level in 14 years
10/18/2007 [-] Koreas to discuss special economic zones
10/18/2007 [-] Hynix Semiconductor 3rd-quarter profit falls 56%
10/18/2007 [-] China's runaway economy defies efforts to rein in growth
10/18/2007 [-] Hyundai Mobis to invest in US parts plant to supply Kia Motors
10/18/2007 [-] Business software maker SAP's third quarter profit rises to euro408M
10/18/2007 [-] Moody's raises Indonesia's bond ratings
10/18/2007 [-] Eurozone trade surplus down in August
10/18/2007 [-] Retail sales growth dents UK rate cut hopes
10/18/2007 [-] Europe stocks slip as oils offset earnings, M&A
10/18/2007 [-] Sasol coal mine strike in 5th day, fuel output OK
10/18/2007 [-] Sasol to boost fuel output by 20 pct to 180,000 bpd
10/18/2007 [-] EU says S.Africa summit could help WTO talks
10/18/2007 [-] Nation & world business briefs
10/18/2007 [-] Dow-JPMorgan legal mess grows
10/18/2007 [-] Apple to offer software for creation of third-party applications on iPhones
10/18/2007 [-] Breathtaking drives reach 130 m.p.h.
10/18/2007 [-] Nissan hyping new GT-R
10/18/2007 [-] September unemployment up in state, despite new jobs
10/18/2007 [-] LOVE MY CAR 1993 Ford Mustang
10/18/2007 [-] SPARE THOUGHTS Readers respond to Mark Phelan's review of the Mercedes C350
10/18/2007 [-] PHELAN'S CORNER Help design a concept car
10/18/2007 [-] Comerica says net income slips in quarter
10/18/2007 [-] St. John executive to head overseas initiative
10/18/2007 [-] CONTRACT TALKS LOCALS MEET Chrysler ratification vote delayed
10/18/2007 [-] MACOMB TOASTS GLITZY MALL Partridge Creek wins fans
10/18/2007 [-] Joseph Stiglitz in BKK
10/18/2007 [-] UTCC upbeat on 2008 economic growth
10/18/2007 [-] Abhisit Capital Control should be revoked
10/18/2007 [-] Industry proposes survival strategies
10/18/2007 [-] Asbestos discovery extends New Plymouth station closure
10/18/2007 [-] Scott Technology profit recovers after disappointing year
10/18/2007 [-] Takeover panel rules Kerifresh shareholders breach code
10/18/2007 [-] Battle of Mobile Tech Tiants Nokia and Qualcomm Face Off in Europe
10/18/2007 [-] Australian PM brushes off IMF's call for fiscal restraint
10/18/2007 [-] Australian PM brushes off IMF call for fiscal restraint
10/18/2007 [-] Oil prices firm after striking record 89 dollars
10/18/2007 [-] Rio Tinto says gets OK for 38 billion Alcan offer
10/18/2007 [-] Sony agrees to sell PS3 chip lines to Toshiba
10/18/2007 [-] Oil prices fall on inventory report, hold above US87 a barrel in Asia
10/18/2007 [-] Rio Tinto says gets OK for 38 billion Alcan offer
10/18/2007 [-] BA circles bmi and American Airlines report
10/18/2007 [-] Euro continues to rise against the U.S. dollar
10/18/2007 [-] SA Businessman Nabbed At Airport
10/18/2007 [-] Fox Business Channel A Great Start
10/18/2007 [-] State toughens rules on mortgages
10/18/2007 [-] Rio Tinto says gets OK for 38 billion Alcan offer
10/18/2007 [-] Banks and commodities drag FTSE into the red
10/18/2007 [-] BRAZIL Loophole hurt U.S. ethanol prices
10/18/2007 [-] Europe wants creative ways to boost biofuels industry
10/18/2007 [-] LATIN AMERICA Threat, annoyance or land of hope?
10/18/2007 [-] Q&A What's the future of world's biofuels?
10/18/2007 [-] World Food Prize Who's visiting
10/18/2007 [-] Harkin reaches deal on farm bill; new subsidies included
10/18/2007 [-] 'The stubborn farm boy in me told me to keep going'
10/18/2007 [-] New tensions accompany promise of alternative fuels
10/18/2007 [-] SAP says 3Q profit up 10 percent
10/18/2007 [-] US-India business lobby to keep pressing for nuclear deal
10/18/2007 [-] Gannett earnings drop 10.5% in third quarter
10/18/2007 [-] Indiana workplace injuries, illnesses down 5.2%
10/18/2007 [-] Agency will use grants to put dropouts into jobs
10/18/2007 [-] Companies win Pendleton Pike widening contract
10/18/2007 [-] Shelton condo project fills affordable niche
10/18/2007 [-] Wireless workplace is making it easier to surf X-rated sites
10/18/2007 [-] Purchaser of Guidant to cut 8% of workers
10/18/2007 [-] The skinny on fat as a medical therapy
10/18/2007 [-] Lawmakers Limiting Honda hiring to 20 counties is wrong
10/18/2007 [-] Morning business news Oct 18
10/18/2007 [-] Unsuitable financial products being sold
10/18/2007 [-] Oil resumes rally after pause
10/18/2007 [-] Casino shares rise on Tesco bid talk
10/18/2007 [-] Australia's Office Towers Are 97.7 PCT Occupied Report
10/18/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Ends Stronger Oct 18, 2007
10/18/2007 [-] Australians Warned Over Property Investment Risks In UK
10/18/2007 [-] Creditors Of Australia's Evans & Tate To Decide Fate Of Group
10/18/2007 [-] Australia's Wesfarmers Hires Uk Expert To Turn Around Coles
10/18/2007 [-] Shares In Australia's Hastie Jump After Reporting Upbeat Outlook
10/18/2007 [-] Goodman Fielder goes into trading halt
10/18/2007 [-] Rents on rise as home prices slip
10/18/2007 [-] Gold bounces on bargain hunting, platinum hits record
10/18/2007 [-] Kenya says GDP growth rises to 7.1 pct in Q2
10/18/2007 [-] European shares flat as oils offset earnings, M&A
10/18/2007 [-] Dollar slides on market's dovish US rate view
10/18/2007 [-] Taiwan bans import of apples from France after moth larva found
10/18/2007 [-] Fear of stock market bubble causes China's share prices to fall
10/18/2007 [-] Oil prices hold above USD 87 barrel in Asia
10/18/2007 [-] Cambodian police arrest businessman from Russia for sex with six girls
10/18/2007 [-] SAP shares fall despite third-quarter earnings increase
10/18/2007 [-] OPEC oil price climbs above 81 dollars
10/18/2007 [-] CORRECTED Record oil rally stalls as OPEC mulls action
10/18/2007 [-] Thursday Newspaper Review Irish Business News and International Stories
10/18/2007 [-] WaMu doesn't expect to see woes end soon
10/18/2007 [-] NW corporate results Labor Ready
10/18/2007 [-] Sony to sell chip unit to Toshiba
10/18/2007 [-] Housing, credit, profit unease creates rocky road on Wall St.
10/18/2007 [-] Witnesses recall disastrous 1987 day on Wall Street
10/18/2007 [-] Echoes of 1987's Black Monday
10/18/2007 [-] Dial M for Microsoft, but there's no answer
10/18/2007 [-] SEC looking at stock sales by mortgage giant's CEO
10/18/2007 [-] Consumer prices rise; new-home construction plunges
10/18/2007 [-] Extend oversight of Microsoft, state officials urge
10/18/2007 [-] Jobs changes course on iPhone
10/18/2007 [-] Pro-business group bets on Velázquez in Seattle City Council race
10/18/2007 [-] Chips Business Plans Windy Outlook
10/18/2007 [-] Dollar struggles after weak US housing data
10/18/2007 [-] 14. Nestle to produce red rice in Sarawak
10/18/2007 [-] Plan Would Ease Limits on Media Owners
10/18/2007 [-] Strike cripples French public transport
10/18/2007 [-] Novartis sheds US jobs and announces doubling of profits
10/18/2007 [-] Camelback to host business team challenge
10/18/2007 [-] Santa, spooky stuff all in a day's business
10/18/2007 [-] Dispute not personal, only business, shareholder says
10/18/2007 [-] Taxes in Developed Nations Reach 36% of Gross Domestic Product
10/18/2007 [-] Cisco Offices Are Raided in Brazil
10/18/2007 [-] Business Calendar October 18, 2007
10/18/2007 [-] DSGI comparable sales rise 5 percent
10/18/2007 [-] Ex-Carlsberg chief reportedly says S&N bid right solution
10/18/2007 [-] Virgin Atlantic in talks over 10 longhaul planes
10/18/2007 [-] Russian gold and currency reserves up 9.2 bln in week
10/18/2007 [-] RUXX investment index set to open 0.65% up
10/18/2007 [-] Banks' correspondent accounts with CBR decline 11.8%
10/18/2007 [-] Rents on the rise as home prices slip
10/18/2007 [-] Lending hope over the Web
10/18/2007 [-] Tech stocks stem Wall Street sell-off
10/18/2007 [-] Aeromexico accepts 249 million takeover bid
10/18/2007 [-] Black Monday Never again?
10/18/2007 [-] Sharing their sweet dreams
10/18/2007 [-] Communications business moving work to Asia
10/18/2007 [-] Volkswagen to price U.S. cars more aggressively report
10/18/2007 [-] China has 345,000 millionaires study
10/18/2007 [-] Hong Kong breaks 30,000 mark on share swap report
10/18/2007 [-] Climate change 'to create investment'
10/18/2007 [-] Woman Doing Her Business Discovers Snake In Toilet
10/18/2007 [-] SCFD names new director
10/18/2007 [-] City expects to score up to 5 million per Series game
10/18/2007 [-] The ticker, October 18
10/18/2007 [-] Consul touts Colo., Mexico trade
10/18/2007 [-] Two beers go head-to-head
10/18/2007 [-] Housing slump drains Washington Mutual profit by 72%
10/18/2007 [-] Business briefs, October 18
10/18/2007 [-] Passenger lawsuits given green light
10/18/2007 [-] Murdoch Talks MySpace At Web 2.0 Summit In SF
10/18/2007 [-] Meet rCard, The World's First Electronic Business Card
10/18/2007 [-] S.Africa TCTA to auction two bonds Thursday
10/18/2007 [-] Angloplat says shuts mine shaft after worker killed
10/18/2007 [-] S.Africa rand in narrow range ahead of G7 meeting
10/18/2007 [-] Asian stocks eye new peak, bonds buoyed
10/18/2007 [-] 2nd run at border
10/18/2007 [-] Leopard soon to occupy a spot in Apple lineup
10/18/2007 [-] AMR's profits soar 12-fold from last year
10/18/2007 [-] Coke beats the Street with 13% increase
10/18/2007 [-] Trans-Atlantic fliers likely to benefit
10/18/2007 [-] Housing industry problems worsen
10/18/2007 [-] Calm prevails at Ikea store opening in Sunrise
10/18/2007 [-] Investors recall 1987 meltdown, see similarities, differences in today's markets
10/18/2007 [-] Coral Springs clean-coal company opening plant in China
10/18/2007 [-] EU aiming to tackle illegal fishing
10/18/2007 [-] BBC to announce up to 2,800 job cuts
10/18/2007 [-] Dempsey delay in hearing Aer Lingus decision
10/18/2007 [-] Number of firms with job vacancies up
10/18/2007 [-] Providence buys remaining stake in oil field
10/18/2007 [-] Oil pauses after breaking record
10/18/2007 [-] Dollar edges higher versus yen
10/18/2007 [-] Business Objects Unwraps Polestar Search Tool
10/18/2007 [-] Banks' Q3 profits likely to be lower analysts
10/18/2007 [-] China's Giant Interactive launches 800 million IPO
10/18/2007 [-] Arts, business group slates network event
10/18/2007 [-] Apple To Allow Third Party iPhone Apps
10/18/2007 [-] Web 2.0 Conference Takes Place In S.F.
10/18/2007 [-] Management software is e-business boost for farmers
10/18/2007 [-] MACOMB TOASTS GLITZY MALL UPSCALE ON HALL ROAD Partridge Creek wins fans
10/18/2007 [-] InterContinental says U.S. key revenue measure up 5.4 percent
10/18/2007 [-] Moody's raises Indonesia's bond ratings
10/18/2007 [-] Murdoch marvels at prescient MySpace acquisition
10/18/2007 [-] Business software maker SAP says 3Q profit rises to €408M
10/18/2007 [-] Armoured suits in Mexico prove a bullet-proof business
10/18/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Stronger To Noon Oct 18, 2007
10/18/2007 [-] Housing affordability hits record low
10/18/2007 [-] Rio gains Canadian approval for Alcan
10/18/2007 [-] Bad debts hit finance company profits
10/18/2007 [-] Stanishev rolls out red carpet for Indian business
10/18/2007 [-] Murdoch calls Fox Business Network 'terrific'
10/18/2007 [-] Dhow owner 'had licence for business'
10/18/2007 [-] Japan and China flee from US dollars 0
10/18/2007 [-] SKorea's Hynix profit plunges on falling chip prices
10/18/2007 [-] Zim police arrest SA businessman
10/18/2007 [-] England Rugby Boom Is Boosting Business
10/18/2007 [-] New Apple operating system, 'Leopard,' goes on sale Oct. 26
10/18/2007 [-] Operating costs down at Dayton International Airport
10/18/2007 [-] Winning Bid Picked for Stake in Aeromxico
10/18/2007 [-] European Will Oversee Accounting Standards
10/18/2007 [-] Boston Scientific to Lay Off 2,300 by the End of 2008
10/18/2007 [-] A Move to Let Logos Carry More of the Message
10/18/2007 [-] SEC is said to be investigating Countrywide CEO's stock sales
10/18/2007 [-] 2 top MySpace execs get big paydays
10/18/2007 [-] Viewers in the dark on digital switch
10/18/2007 [-] Viacom switches gears online with 'Daily Show'
10/18/2007 [-] FTSE
10/18/2007 [-] VTL share suspension removed, company forecasts loss
10/18/2007 [-] NZ shares dip as investors wait for M&A news
10/18/2007 [-] Colt profit up 5.6 percent
10/18/2007 [-] Mothercare like-for-like sales up 3.4 percent
10/18/2007 [-] BA said to circle bmi and American Airlines
10/18/2007 [-] World growth slows, credit crunch clouds outlook IMF
10/18/2007 [-] OPEC intervention not ruled out in Riyadh Nigeria
10/18/2007 [-] US market falls as oil soars, credit concerns nag
10/18/2007 [-] US says G7 to focus on market turmoil
10/18/2007 [-] Clips of 'Daily Show' heading online
10/18/2007 [-] Parking services see quiet business
10/18/2007 [-] New pension fund managers only from Indian entities
10/18/2007 [-] China's Giant Interactive launches 800 million IPO
10/18/2007 [-] Stocks surge despite US malaise
10/18/2007 [-] Housing affordability plumbs fresh lows
10/18/2007 [-] Woodside production falls, cuts outlook
10/18/2007 [-] China's BoCom says HSBC to raise stake in 12 months
10/18/2007 [-] Seven sacked in Max Petroleum scandal
10/18/2007 [-] Intersil's sales set record
10/18/2007 [-] Developer presents resort plan for port - again
10/18/2007 [-] German firm's finances eyed
10/18/2007 [-] 'Spaceman' ads to be reviewed
10/18/2007 [-] Bistro boosts business scene on East Ohio St.
10/18/2007 [-] Jobs saved at Goulds
10/18/2007 [-] Things are sweet for Britvic
10/18/2007 [-] Firefighters unable to save businesses from blaze
10/18/2007 [-] Businesses report tire dumping
10/18/2007 [-] Moody's lowers credit rating on Latvia, Estonia
10/18/2007 [-] Tests of Heart Devices to Get Review
10/18/2007 [-] Australian treasurer brushes off IMF call for fiscal restraint
10/18/2007 [-] SET up 0.15%
10/18/2007 [-] Mellon family member Patriarch would have lamented bank deal
10/18/2007 [-] Four families honored with Carnegie Medal for 'enlightened giving'
10/18/2007 [-] Seven firms vying for liquor store deal
10/18/2007 [-] Collectibles 1968 Road Runner model stands alone
10/18/2007 [-] Compact Sentra offers European chic feel
10/18/2007 [-] Two to pay 80,000 for insider trading
10/18/2007 [-] German train drivers' strike hits east worst
10/18/2007 [-] NBTA Survey Augurs 2008 Travel Cost Hike
10/18/2007 [-] Bangkok's Chinatown A major tourist attraction, and business and commercial center
10/18/2007 [-] 3-alarm fire guts family business
10/18/2007 [-] 8. Snap Shots
10/18/2007 [-] Microsoft's Office might be next antitrust skirmish
10/18/2007 [-] Microsoft introduces new business services
10/18/2007 [-] Locals push to expand the Mall
10/18/2007 [-] Home building lowest in 14 years
10/18/2007 [-] Solar's soldiers
10/18/2007 [-] Sing When Tills Are Ringing Rugby Business Boom
10/18/2007 [-] `Iam businessmen, not politician' Jagan
10/18/2007 [-] West Knox business challenges smoking ban
10/18/2007 [-] Seeing Sugars Future in Fuel
10/18/2007 [-] Big Holder Sells Stake in Times Co.
10/18/2007 [-] A Headache for Small Drug Makers
10/18/2007 [-] Plan Would Ease F.C.C. Restriction on Media Owners
10/18/2007 [-] Core Inflation Remains Steady, Presenting a Puzzle to the Fed
10/18/2007 [-] Farming family can add 'Business of the Year' to its sayings
10/18/2007 [-] ComEd Higher costs call for 8% rate hike
10/18/2007 [-] PM 'abandoned' child poverty pledge
10/18/2007 [-] Housing market expected to grow
10/18/2007 [-] 901 new HDC homeowners receive keys -
10/18/2007 [-] Does The iPhone SDK Point To Impending Touch Screen Devices?
10/18/2007 [-] Franchising ideas, and dreams
10/18/2007 [-] Tokyo stocks open higher, top 17,000 mark
10/18/2007 [-] Report Stokes Recession Talk
10/18/2007 [-] Economy Taps Brakes
10/18/2007 [-] Airbus' Military Transporter To Be At Least 6 Months Late
10/18/2007 [-] Terror Insurance Extension OK'd
10/18/2007 [-] Profits At People's Surge; EBay Registers A Rare Loss
10/18/2007 [-] SEC Looks At CEO's Stock Sales
10/18/2007 [-] Benefit To Rise Meager 2.3%
10/18/2007 [-] Plan Spreads Out Banks' Subprime Loss
10/18/2007 [-] UTC Profits Climb 20%, Slightly Exceed Estimates
10/18/2007 [-] `Eerie' Similarities To '87
10/18/2007 [-] Hong Kong shares breaks 30,000 mark for first time
10/18/2007 [-] Oil prices fall on inventory report, hold above US87 a barrel in Asia
10/18/2007 [-] Russian businessman arrested for alleged child sex abuse in Cambodia
10/18/2007 [-] Logitech unveils management shakeup
10/18/2007 [-] Foreigners sold U.S. securities at peak of credit crunch
10/18/2007 [-] Global investors dumped U.S. securities in August
10/18/2007 [-] SP downgrades 23 billion in mortgage securities
10/18/2007 [-] SP downgrades 1,713 classes of mortgage-backed securities issued in the first half of 2007
10/18/2007 [-] No injuries reported after refinery explosion in near Billings, Montana, sends up fireball
10/18/2007 [-] Koreas to discuss special economic zones at prime ministerial talks
10/18/2007 [-] Sony set to sell chip operations to Toshiba, official says
10/18/2007 [-] Sony, Toshiba settle buyout of advanced computer chip operations
10/18/2007 [-] Productivity measures looking weak this decade so far
10/18/2007 [-] Carlsberg, Heineken are in talks about acquiring Scottish Newcastle
10/18/2007 [-] Sprint joins the fray, launches touch-screen cell phone
10/18/2007 [-] AMR Corp. reports 3Q profit increase
10/18/2007 [-] Kellwood rejects takeover offer
10/18/2007 [-] Solae sees opportunity to expand soy given rocketing dairy prices
10/18/2007 [-] Chrysler is ready to ax some models
10/18/2007 [-] Fed's Hoenig says 'wait and see' on rates
10/18/2007 [-] Oil pauses after breaking record streak, OPEC eyed
10/18/2007 [-] UK house market is 'heading for crash'
10/18/2007 [-] SN in the sights of rivals Heineken and Carlsberg
10/18/2007 [-] Best Buy pulls analog TVs
10/18/2007 [-] Households savings 'fall substantially'
10/18/2007 [-] Centennial completes sale of Anvil Hill
10/18/2007 [-] Suzuki recalls Liana cars in Australia
10/18/2007 [-] Iluka's Q3 sales up 17.5%
10/18/2007 [-] XYTECH SYSTEMS Appoints Reseller Digistor In Australia And
10/18/2007 [-] Merchandise imports fall 4%
10/18/2007 [-] Credit card debt rises to $41 billion
10/18/2007 [-] Port Of Oakland Sees Decline In Imports
10/18/2007 [-] Catholic Syrian Bank targets 25 percent business gro
10/18/2007 [-] 10. Support Line
10/18/2007 [-] SEC Probes Countrywide Exec
10/18/2007 [-] Harkin New Farm Bill Would Protect Farmer
10/18/2007 [-] Housing Woes Spill Into Bond Market
10/18/2007 [-] IMF Oks Continued Dollar Trading
10/18/2007 [-] Countrywide Chief Is Said to Face S.E.C. Inquiry
10/18/2007 [-] SEC Examines Countrywide CEO Stock Sales
10/18/2007 [-] Smithfield Foods files federal racketeering lawsuit against union
10/18/2007 [-] U.S. Dollar lower against yen in early Tokyo trading
10/18/2007 [-] Disney goes back to drawing board to redo disappointing California Adventure park
10/18/2007 [-] Hynix Semiconductor 3rd-quarter profit falls 56 percent
10/18/2007 [-] Banamex investor group wins bidding war for Mexican airline Aeromexico
10/18/2007 [-] Gold opens higher in Hong Kong at US759.85 an ounce
10/18/2007 [-] Brazilian landless activists close CVRD's key iron ore railway
10/18/2007 [-] Energy-rich Caspian becomes center of U.S.-Russia power st...
10/18/2007 [-] Amazon's one-click patent gets the chop
10/18/2007 [-] Madonna latest to bolt from big labels
10/18/2007 [-] Madonna drops Warner Bros. label
10/18/2007 [-] Ford reports delay in parts used to fix speed control in 1.25M recalled vehicles
10/18/2007 [-] 87 crash survivor forecasts NZ set to repeat experience
10/18/2007 [-] Business group says raising wages fast could hurt workers
10/18/2007 [-] India Proposes to Rein in Foreign Investment
10/18/2007 [-] There's a buzz tonight at the new Mall at Partridge Creek
10/18/2007 [-] Stocks shrug off US malaise to open firmer
10/18/2007 [-] Imation lowers 2007 earnings guidance
10/18/2007 [-] eBay dips into red in third quarter
10/18/2007 [-] Understand How To Do Business In China
10/18/2007 [-] EBay reports loss of 936 million dollars on one-time costs
10/18/2007 [-] Broadband could cut carbon
10/18/2007 [-] SEC Probes Countrywide CEO's Stock Sales
10/18/2007 [-] Adopt Blue Ocean business strategy, SMEs urged
10/18/2007 [-] Chiropractor brings animated friend to schools, Business Expo
10/18/2007 [-] Geneva Finance takes radical action to stay afloat
10/18/2007 [-] Long Island fertility companies compete for business
10/17/2007 [-] Pact reached on EON Cap stake?
10/17/2007 [-] Business world unsatisfied with 50 base-point rate cut
10/17/2007 [-] Better Business Bureau Sprucing Up
10/17/2007 [-] Britain may be at risk from US-style housing crash, warns IMF
10/17/2007 [-] EBay Loses 936 M In 3Q Due To Skype
10/17/2007 [-] New home construction plunges
10/17/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Opens Stronger Oct 18, 2007
10/17/2007 [-] Australia Eighth-Lowest Taxing Country Of 30 Nations OECD
10/17/2007 [-] India's call center crisis
10/17/2007 [-] V.A. Is Limiting Use of Diabetes Drug
10/17/2007 [-] Treasure ship seized
10/17/2007 [-] Stronger rupee weakens Karur textile business
10/17/2007 [-] Business group says raising minimum wage too fast could hurt workers
10/17/2007 [-] New North end businesses on Mercer Island
10/17/2007 [-] NZ sharemarket eases back
10/17/2007 [-] Genesis criticised for big rises in fixed charges
10/17/2007 [-] Fuel price rises behind ECT increase
10/17/2007 [-] Telecom names charities to get $250,000
10/17/2007 [-] SE coal explorer plans Adel base
10/17/2007 [-] Aust stocks close lower on coal woes
10/17/2007 [-] Business Report for Thursday, October 18, 2007
10/17/2007 [-] MarketLive to move headquarters
10/17/2007 [-] KLIBOR MGS-5 Futures Untraded In Early Morning
10/17/2007 [-] Agricultural futures mostly end lower
10/17/2007 [-] Company recalls cookies sold at Disney theme parks
10/17/2007 [-] VIDEO Ashwaubenon Business Expands, Adds Jobs
10/17/2007 [-] E*Trade reports 3rd-quarter loss, cuts year outlook
10/17/2007 [-] EBay Inc experiences third-quarter net loss
10/17/2007 [-] Housing construction goes down in comparison with higher energy and food costs
10/17/2007 [-] Boston Scientific Corp to fire work force and restructure operations
10/17/2007 [-] Computer shipments grow at fastest rate in nearly two years
10/17/2007 [-] Bumper crop elates Kansas corn growers
10/17/2007 [-] Kansas Speaker to appear at chamber event
10/17/2007 [-] Turning Browsers Into Buyers
10/17/2007 [-] US stocks mostly higher on earnings
10/17/2007 [-] Sarkozy tested as massive transport strike begins in France
10/17/2007 [-] Social Security benefits to go up in 2008
10/17/2007 [-] Possible hops price hike a bitter brew
10/17/2007 [-] Allstate's 3rd quarter earnings fall 16 percent
10/17/2007 [-] Online Brokerages Move To Diversify As Business Slows
10/17/2007 [-] Boynton candidates debate business, CRA issues
10/17/2007 [-] Hyundai launches national Hispanic Outreach program on Financial Planning and Business Development.
10/17/2007 [-] Big growth seen in businesses owned by Hispanic women
10/17/2007 [-] Sprint to add 150 jobs to Oklahoma City call center
10/17/2007 [-] Stocks end mixed after volatile session
10/17/2007 [-] WaMu's profit shrinks 72%
10/17/2007 [-] US stocks mixed
10/17/2007 [-] Navigant Consulting third-quarter earnings fall sharply
10/17/2007 [-] Frangos' return is official
10/17/2007 [-] Dollar drops on weak housing figures, business activity report
10/17/2007 [-] Nickel, copper prices slump amid dismal U.S. housing market data; oil prices hit peak
10/17/2007 [-] NovaStar says NYSE may delist stock, asking for review
10/17/2007 [-] Air passengers claiming blood clots can sue airlines
10/17/2007 [-] PC shipments rise at fastest quarterly rate in nearly 2 years
10/17/2007 [-] SEC examining stock sales by chief executive of largest U.S. mortgage lender
10/17/2007 [-] Boston Scientific says to cut 2,300 jobs, restructure units
10/17/2007 [-] Correction US-Foreign Investments story
10/17/2007 [-] Illumigen sale possible Puget Sound Business Journal
10/17/2007 [-] United Technologies Profit Up 20 Percent
10/17/2007 [-] U.S. business fears backlash from Iran sanctions bill
10/17/2007 [-] Tax cuts invite a rate rise
10/17/2007 [-] Home Depot marketing chief leaving
10/17/2007 [-] Web world eyes MySpace as Murdoch takes stage
10/17/2007 [-] Boston Scientific to cut 2,300 jobs
10/17/2007 [-] WaMu's 3Q Profit Shrinks 72 Percent
10/17/2007 [-] Stocks Close Mixed on Earnings Worries
10/17/2007 [-] Do Staph Bacteria Kill More People Than HIV?
10/17/2007 [-] Intel's 3Q Earnings Beat The Street
10/17/2007 [-] Countrywide Expects 150M Restructure Charge
10/17/2007 [-] Lateline Business Baby boomers will change aged care industry report
10/17/2007 [-] Doing business in Gatineau
10/17/2007 [-] Which Georgia is best for business?
10/17/2007 [-] Governor hopes to boost business, tourism on Canada trip
10/17/2007 [-] Best Buy exits analog television business
10/17/2007 [-] Solvay signs agreement to sell Caprolactones business to Perstorp
10/17/2007 [-] US business fears backlash from Iran sanctions bill
10/17/2007 [-] SAP To Buy Business Rules Engine Supplier YASU
10/17/2007 [-] Proctor & Gamble to build plant in Utah
10/17/2007 [-] Washington Mutual's quarterly profits plunge
10/17/2007 [-] Bruegger's bagels looking to reopen
10/17/2007 [-] Oil prices retreat from record
10/17/2007 [-] Emerging markets fizzi for Coke
10/17/2007 [-] Elmore wind power projects move forward
10/17/2007 [-] Irish businessman extradited to US
10/17/2007 [-] Fed's Beige Book pace of growth slowed since Aug
10/17/2007 [-] Fed Beige Book Pace of growth slowed since Aug
10/17/2007 [-] Morgan Stanley to cut 300 jobs amid slowdown
10/17/2007 [-] Global shifts in spotlight as finance chiefs meet
10/17/2007 [-] Fed Economy logged slower growth in early fall
10/17/2007 [-] 6 Washington breweries snag medals
10/17/2007 [-] Mich. jobless rate up slightly to 7.5%
10/17/2007 [-] Stocks End Mixed Amid Profit Concerns
10/17/2007 [-] Disney offers glimpse of facelift
10/17/2007 [-] In switch, Apple to open iPhone to outside applications
10/17/2007 [-] Consumer prices edge higher; new-home construction plunges
10/17/2007 [-] Canadian dollar hangs on to close higher
10/17/2007 [-] Drawn to science
10/17/2007 [-] Social Security benefits to increase 2.3%
10/17/2007 [-] Wall Street Ends Day Mixed Amid Profit Concerns
10/17/2007 [-] Washington Mutual's 3rd-quarter profit shrinks on bad debt
10/17/2007 [-] Vote in area's 'Do More' video contest
10/17/2007 [-] 5.30pm Markets Update
10/17/2007 [-] US economy managing to keep pace- Fed
10/17/2007 [-] Bonds follow rand firmer
10/17/2007 [-] BURSA MALAYSIA KL Shares Firmer In Early Session
10/17/2007 [-] Seagate We'll Continue To Invest In Malaysia
10/17/2007 [-] Group Makes Big Business Out of Spinning Yarn
10/17/2007 [-] Financial turbulence will be Topic A at G-7 meeting
10/17/2007 [-] India moves to curb foreign investment in stocks, market falls in volatile trade
10/17/2007 [-] Transport strike is on in France; first major challenge to President Sarkozy
10/17/2007 [-] Cope to become BCE's CEO after buyout closes
10/17/2007 [-] Clearwire releases new Internet card
10/17/2007 [-] TCS to double staff strength in Chennai
10/17/2007 [-] Grocery prices rise in Missouri
10/17/2007 [-] Court OK's closure of Bombay Co.'s stores
10/17/2007 [-] No injuries reported after U.S. refinery explosion, official says
10/17/2007 [-] European stocks close higher
10/17/2007 [-] Apple will allow third-party applications for iPhone
10/17/2007 [-] China's runaway economy defies leaders' mild efforts to rein in growth
10/17/2007 [-] New joint venture will give fliers trans-Atlantic nonstop options, but not cheaper fares
10/17/2007 [-] Financial turbulence will be main topic at G-7 meeting
10/17/2007 [-] Morgan Stanley cuts 300 jobs in credit markets business due to market turmoil
10/17/2007 [-] Gold mixed
10/17/2007 [-] U.S. stocks mixed amid concerns about corporate profits, housing and credit market problems
10/17/2007 [-] EBay loses 936 million in 3Q due to charges for its acquisition of Skype
10/17/2007 [-] Record oil rally stalls as OPEC mulls action
10/17/2007 [-] BP lifts petrol price with oil at record high
10/17/2007 [-] NZ dollar bouncing around
10/17/2007 [-] Dolans refuse to raise offer to take Cablevision private
10/17/2007 [-] Tempus comment Real beer
10/17/2007 [-] Washington growers short of hops for beer makers
10/17/2007 [-] Limestone mine offers tours Friday
10/17/2007 [-] Minnesota's Employers Shed 6,300 Jobs In Sept.
10/17/2007 [-] Apple allows third-party applications to work on iPhone, will release development kit in Feb.
10/17/2007 [-] Oil Ends Lower After Hitting Record 89
10/17/2007 [-] Salem Apartments Sold
10/17/2007 [-] Businesses form coalition to oppose tax increase
10/17/2007 [-] US economy ekes out growth amid housing, finance woes
10/17/2007 [-] Lebanon 'needs to remove obstacles' if it wants to give business a chance
10/17/2007 [-] Industry-high stud fee drops for Storm Cat
10/17/2007 [-] Non-profit to build Horse Park hotel
10/17/2007 [-] New construction falls 10.2% to fewest housing starts since '93
10/17/2007 [-] New home construction drops to 14-year low
10/17/2007 [-] New home construction lowest in 14 years
10/17/2007 [-] AltaLink makes new attempt at Alberta power line
10/17/2007 [-] France faces transport strike as unions test Sarkozy's will
10/17/2007 [-] Toronto Stock Exchange mulls new takeover rules
10/17/2007 [-] Moscow must show willingness to join WTO Mandelson
10/17/2007 [-] Amazon.com to open Munster site
10/17/2007 [-] Amazon's new plant
10/17/2007 [-] AA No expansion plans at Lambert for now
10/17/2007 [-] St. Louis Federal Reserve reports moderate growth
10/17/2007 [-] ISU research gets economic boost
10/17/2007 [-] City schools' debt gets downgrade
10/17/2007 [-] Iron Bowl gold package
10/17/2007 [-] Air France and Delta to share trans-Atlantic routes
10/17/2007 [-] S&P Downgrades 23 Billion in Securities
10/17/2007 [-] Inflation spurts up; markets yawn
10/17/2007 [-] FTSE led up by S&N and banks
10/17/2007 [-] Dollar sinks as IMF chief says dollar overvalued
10/17/2007 [-] Telsima Announces Multi-Million Dollar Business from Telefonica and Vodacom
10/17/2007 [-] Detroit-area plant to lay off 767 workers
10/17/2007 [-] Norwich Union job cuts provoke union anger
10/17/2007 [-] Nutritionists not sweet on candy price cut
10/17/2007 [-] Business models change with time
10/17/2007 [-] China's largest lender to open subsidiary bank in US
10/17/2007 [-] Business-owning brothers face 31 felony accusations
10/17/2007 [-] Ascension Health promotes St. John exec
10/17/2007 [-] Sanyo Cancels Sale of Chip Business
10/17/2007 [-] Shareholder says to fight Onex bid for Husky
10/17/2007 [-] Flaherty says tax cuts not likely until 2008
10/17/2007 [-] Don't expect tax cuts until next budget Flaherty
10/17/2007 [-] Mega Brands awaits court ruling on toy test
10/17/2007 [-] Mega Brands, Quebec magazine dispute lead content in toymakers' blocks
10/17/2007 [-] Catholic Syrian Bank targets 25 percent business growth
10/17/2007 [-] ALAN ROSENBERG Route 1 lights put a stop to store's business
10/17/2007 [-] Housing starts skid, inflation flares
10/17/2007 [-] Minimum wage rise misguided says business
10/17/2007 [-] Home heating costs likely to soar
10/17/2007 [-] Boeing, Jet Airways Complete US1.5 Bln Order For 20 737s
10/17/2007 [-] Boeing replaces 787 executive
10/17/2007 [-] Boeing replaces 787 program's chief
10/17/2007 [-] EADS says military-transport plane may be delayed a year
10/17/2007 [-] Your Taxes Paz Gaz vs. Israeli business
10/17/2007 [-] Toshiba opens Poland plant
10/17/2007 [-] Ground-breaking held for bioscience center
10/17/2007 [-] Consumers want ... computers
10/17/2007 [-] American Airlines parent AMR Corp. reports profit increase
10/17/2007 [-] GMAC's ResCap mortgage unit to cut 3,000 jobs after housing market downturn
10/17/2007 [-] Fed says economy logged slower growth in early fall, restrained by housing, credit woes
10/17/2007 [-] ComEd wants to hike electric rates 8%
10/17/2007 [-] By Aoife White,Business Writer Manufacturing.Net October 17, 2007
10/17/2007 [-] Bleak warning of US-style British housing slump
10/17/2007 [-] AMR Corporation reports 3rd quarter profit increase
10/17/2007 [-] Ex-Qwest accountants seek separate trial in fraud case
10/17/2007 [-] Market Report BG fired up by Shell/Petrobas takeover talk
10/17/2007 [-] Court EU countries can set retirement age
10/17/2007 [-] Louisville home prices higher
10/17/2007 [-] Anger over end of asbestos damages
10/17/2007 [-] EXTRA US dollar overvalued, IMF says
10/17/2007 [-] Merkel promises opposition on Galileo sat-nav
10/17/2007 [-] Wichita businessman appointed to gaming commission
10/17/2007 [-] Sportingbet lays its cards in new markets
10/17/2007 [-] IMF presses growing China on currency
10/17/2007 [-] Business Of Helping Other Busy Moms
10/17/2007 [-] Biotech lobbyists chafe as regulation grows
10/17/2007 [-] Official Fruit market too crucial to give up canker fight
10/17/2007 [-] Man An Unwanted Tenant In Business' Attic
10/17/2007 [-] Nissan promises high-performance help for 'muscle car'
10/17/2007 [-] Chase, Continental, General Motors Announce First-Ever World MasterCard For Business Cards
10/17/2007 [-] Usage of Virtualization Technology at Small and Midsize Businesses
10/17/2007 [-] Business Transco awards 10M contract to Chinese firm
10/17/2007 [-] Business Belgium consortium is highest bidder for Batangas power plant
10/17/2007 [-] Business P90M training facility put up for seafarers
10/17/2007 [-] Disney to Overhaul California Adventure
10/17/2007 [-] Stocks Trade Mixed on Strong Earnings
10/17/2007 [-] Oil Reverses Course, Hits New Record
10/17/2007 [-] Alaska's check-in a step to 'Airport of the Future'
10/17/2007 [-] Businessman in Court Over Boy's Death
10/17/2007 [-] IMF projects slower but solid economic growth through 2008
10/17/2007 [-] China's biggest bank plans branches in U.S., Russia, Australia
10/17/2007 [-] Coca-Cola profit rises 13% in 3rd quarter as sales climb
10/17/2007 [-] Time for new businesses
10/17/2007 [-] Disaster management priority for SMEs
10/17/2007 [-] GM, UAW retiree health care deal may accelerate trend
10/17/2007 [-] Wellmark to ask Iowa for 7.5 million in tax relief for expansion
10/17/2007 [-] VIDEO Therapy with horses
10/17/2007 [-] Businessmen worried about soaring world oil price
10/17/2007 [-] First place Green Dragon Roach Kill
10/17/2007 [-] Second place Saatwic Foods
10/17/2007 [-] Third place SweetRiot
10/17/2007 [-] Honorable mentions
10/17/2007 [-] Looking back
10/17/2007 [-] Construction of new homes plummets
10/17/2007 [-] California broker ties jumbo miles to jumbo mortgages
10/17/2007 [-] Cigarette giant Altria sees higher profits from ongoing business
10/17/2007 [-] Gain in attendance at top food trade show Anuga
10/17/2007 [-] Business 4 condo towers to rise in Mactan
10/17/2007 [-] Business DA to undertake rehab of irrigation systems
10/17/2007 [-] Business Russia ‘good’ market for RP
10/17/2007 [-] Rice Hears From Palestinian Business Elite
10/17/2007 [-] Business PAL plies NegOr skies this November
10/17/2007 [-] Lawmakers decry Honda hiring practice
10/17/2007 [-] Britain's immigration surge boosts business, strains services
10/17/2007 [-] Oil prices grow dramatically
10/17/2007 [-] Disney to announce overhaul of California Adventure in Anaheim
10/17/2007 [-] GMAC's ResCap mortgage unit to cut 3,000 U.S. jobs
10/17/2007 [-] FTSE up 1 percent as S&N jumps
10/17/2007 [-] Oil strikes new record high near 89
10/17/2007 [-] Housing slump persists
10/17/2007 [-] Mandelson warns China on trade
10/17/2007 [-] Sensex pares declines after trading halt
10/17/2007 [-] Changed wording sees businesses miss out on horse flu grants
10/17/2007 [-] Business class New spin to 'life in the fast lane'
10/17/2007 [-] Labor to aid 'family-friendly' business
10/17/2007 [-] Telstra embraces carbon reduction report
10/17/2007 [-] Lateline Business The local markets with Martin Lakos
10/17/2007 [-] Lateline Business Interview with Vanguard CEO Jack Brennan
10/17/2007 [-] Business 2nd Biz-Academe forum set
10/17/2007 [-] Further fall in US home building
10/17/2007 [-] Skilled workers needed
10/17/2007 [-] Major Development signs up for JV with AIG investment unit
10/17/2007 [-] Giant retailers push year-end sales
10/17/2007 [-] Stricter conditions on highway jobs
10/17/2007 [-] Global hike likely to lift retail price of diesel
10/17/2007 [-] Tax credits to get redevelopment projects off ground
10/17/2007 [-] Forklift firm looks to move to W. Bloomfield
10/17/2007 [-] Chicago firm agrees to sell Katrina-ravaged Hyatt hotel
10/17/2007 [-] Northern Trust earnings jump 27%
10/17/2007 [-] New home construction plummets lower than expected
10/17/2007 [-] Illinois Tool Works profits up 10%
10/17/2007 [-] Abbott 3Q earnings flat
10/17/2007 [-] Kidnapped Businessman Found OK in Tijuana
10/17/2007 [-] Making A Little Company Look Big
10/17/2007 [-] Cool Treats Get Biz Rolling
10/17/2007 [-] Kansas City-area business briefs Bonner Springs left empty-handed as casino-proposal deadline passe
10/17/2007 [-] Consumer inflation rises at fastest pace in 4 months; Core inflation more moderate
10/17/2007 [-] J.P. Morgan Posts a Profit, but Takes a 1.6 Billion Write-Down
10/17/2007 [-] ACE Bermuda International New Global Business Name; Lloyd's Box Opened
10/17/2007 [-] Taking a business-like approach to saving for your child's education
10/17/2007 [-] Oil hits record 88.75 dollars after Turkey vote
10/17/2007 [-] African Business Leaders Forum opens
10/17/2007 [-] Florida regulators subpoena Allstate records
10/17/2007 [-] Foster Farms Dairy deal buys Crystal product line
10/17/2007 [-] India's economy 'nears 1 trillion'
10/17/2007 [-] Rain dampens beer sales
10/17/2007 [-] Credit crisis to shape IMF forecast
10/17/2007 [-] Lonmin says clinches wage deal with South Africa union
10/17/2007 [-] Oil to boost sub-Saharan Africa economy, says IMF
10/17/2007 [-] Johncom says in talks with black investors
10/17/2007 [-] S.Africa govt says supports Telkom and MTN talks
10/17/2007 [-] Gold gains after US data, trades near 28-yr high
10/17/2007 [-] Dollar falls broadly as US housing starts plunge
10/17/2007 [-] Consumer inflation rises at fastest pace in 4 months
10/17/2007 [-] TM Offers Better Service Under New Deal With Cable Wireless
10/17/2007 [-] Penalty fees for breaking ATT wireless plans will be smaller
10/17/2007 [-] Brazil investigates Cisco Systems over tax fraud
10/17/2007 [-] Coca-Cola profits up on international sales
10/17/2007 [-] Silver Eagle shares jump on higher resource
10/17/2007 [-] IMF raises China's 2007 economic growth forecast to 11.5 per cent
10/17/2007 [-] Xstrata approves Falconbridge's Koniambo nickel development in New Caledonia
10/17/2007 [-] Pharmacy owners win SBA honor
10/17/2007 [-] Sprint/Nextel jumping into touch-screen phone war
10/17/2007 [-] IMF forecasts Russian GDP growth by 7% in 2007
10/17/2007 [-] Inflation Steady in September
10/17/2007 [-] Air France and Delta Form Joint Venture
10/17/2007 [-] Gannett 3rd-quarter earnings drop 11 percent
10/17/2007 [-] JPMorgan Chase earnings rise 2 percent during 3rd quarter
10/17/2007 [-] Kellwood rejects buyout offer from Sun Capital Securities
10/17/2007 [-] Second new steel mill considered for Ohio
10/17/2007 [-] Kerry Praises Business Survey Funding
10/17/2007 [-] Markets start trading day on up note
10/17/2007 [-] September U.S. housing starts tumble
10/17/2007 [-] September consumer price index rises
10/17/2007 [-] Economy is at risk, Treasury chief says
10/17/2007 [-] EADS announces 6-month delay to military plane
10/17/2007 [-] US inflation rises, housing starts decline
10/17/2007 [-] Paper sets out pensions options
10/17/2007 [-] Carlsberg and Heineken talk on S&N offer
10/17/2007 [-] US woes will hit world growth IMF
10/17/2007 [-] Aviva outlines 2010 plans
10/17/2007 [-] Ethiopian Airlines to lease aircraft after 787 delay
10/17/2007 [-] Diabetes drug may be risk to pancreas
10/17/2007 [-] First Airbus A380 superjumbo lands in Singapore
10/17/2007 [-] World business briefs IndiaÂ’s Jet Airways buys 20 Boeing 737s
10/17/2007 [-] Airlines win cut in Pearson fees
10/17/2007 [-] Delta soars in 3rd quarter, may seek deal with other airline
10/17/2007 [-] Anglo Irish beef chief hits out at 'despicable' Mandelson plans
10/17/2007 [-] Villa delle Rose up for sale by public tender
10/17/2007 [-] Harkin reaches deal on farm bill
10/17/2007 [-] Conair buys maker of cosmetics bags
10/17/2007 [-] Ishraqah signs deal with Grow to sell business hotel in 'The Onyx'
10/17/2007 [-] Meydan Business Park Phase 1 sold for Dhs2.6bn
10/17/2007 [-] BusinessCast October 17, 2007
10/17/2007 [-] Bill aims to overturn US ban on internet gambling
10/17/2007 [-] Domino's drops after profit report
10/17/2007 [-] Treasury chief wants housing help
10/17/2007 [-] Wayne Co. to get drivetrain plant
10/17/2007 [-] GM factory will lose shift
10/17/2007 [-] GM stock dinged by VEBA details
10/17/2007 [-] Veto threat buoys automakers
10/17/2007 [-] Lakeside no longer lone mall on busy corridor
10/17/2007 [-] Thousands descend as IKEA opens first Florida store
10/17/2007 [-] Stocks climb on strong results from JPMorgan Chase, techs; tame inflation reading
10/17/2007 [-] Ikea opens 1st Florida store as part of U.S. Southeast, Midwest expansion
10/17/2007 [-] Furniture Brands wants to sell business furniture unit HBF
10/17/2007 [-] Deal is made to sell Cardinal Brands
10/17/2007 [-] Consumer prices rise sharply in September
10/17/2007 [-] Savvis to open new data centers in Boston, Chicago
10/17/2007 [-] Kellwood rejects Sun Capital's buyout offer
10/17/2007 [-] Comerica posts 3rd-quarter drop in net income
10/17/2007 [-] Thailand places billion-dollars fighter jet order with Sweden


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