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10/31/2006 [-] Loews 3rd-qtr profit doubles
10/31/2006 [-] Airlines face late-flights lawsuit
10/31/2006 [-] Aisle K for fast track business class to US
10/31/2006 [-] Business shrugs off clampdown
10/31/2006 [-] Energy prices falling on the Nymex
10/31/2006 [-] Ford says next year`s output to be cut
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. 3Q employment costs rise 1 percent
10/31/2006 [-] Merck buys Sirna Therapeutics for 1.1B
10/31/2006 [-] Bank of Japan sees weaker inflation
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. weekly retail sales down last week
10/31/2006 [-] Briefly Car bomb leaves 3 dead in Shiite neighborhood
10/31/2006 [-] Palestinian businessmen call for interim gov't of experts
10/31/2006 [-] Blog NASA creates venture capital fund
10/31/2006 [-] Cape Town energy scheme fiasco
10/31/2006 [-] Business, government turn to save state's water
10/31/2006 [-] InternetWeek NaviSite Enters Digital Delivery Business
10/31/2006 [-] Holyrood hosts business talks
10/31/2006 [-] PM to launch Backward Region Grant Fund
10/31/2006 [-] India seeks stake in Sakhalin-III
10/31/2006 [-] Sensex slips 62 points
10/31/2006 [-] Bulgaria's Labour Minister Meets UK Business Organization
10/31/2006 [-] PRide of Brazen PR and Stockport council teams
10/31/2006 [-] Izza and Dyson rise to the top
10/31/2006 [-] Still in the Market despite rent rise
10/31/2006 [-] Carl's well-travelled
10/31/2006 [-] Fielden leaves Cobbetts
10/31/2006 [-] Mixed fortunes over new RAJAR figures
10/31/2006 [-] Cadbury to get stuck in
10/31/2006 [-] 'I liked the shop so much I bought it'
10/31/2006 [-] Global's Euro hit
10/31/2006 [-] New places in the sun
10/31/2006 [-] Duo tuck into Turkey
10/31/2006 [-] Metal gurus boost exports
10/31/2006 [-] Sweet taste of success for couple
10/31/2006 [-] Internet boosts N Brown sales
10/31/2006 [-] Greystone buyout
10/31/2006 [-] On strike day, plots get auctioned
10/31/2006 [-] World's longest jet to fly in Indian skies
10/31/2006 [-] Dunlop Sahagange unit reopens after five years
10/31/2006 [-] Steel Tech quarterly profit rises to 3.2 million
10/31/2006 [-] Louisville-area unemployment rate down
10/31/2006 [-] Shoppers shun high street as price hikes bite
10/31/2006 [-] Hanesbrands earnings fall on costs
10/31/2006 [-] Visteon posts narrower loss, plans 900 job cuts
10/31/2006 [-] Kodak posts smaller third-quarter loss
10/31/2006 [-] IBM to set up development centers in India, China
10/31/2006 [-] United Airlines parent reverses loss
10/31/2006 [-] P&G profit soars, view raised slightly
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. newspapers decline, but buyers eye flagships
10/31/2006 [-] Timing is pivotal in any 2007 rate rise by European Central Bank
10/31/2006 [-] India's central bank lifts key rate to curb inflation
10/31/2006 [-] Managing Globalization Risk management and the playing field
10/31/2006 [-] With Lebron James, Nike ads hit the streets where you live
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. insurers seek shelter from storms
10/31/2006 [-] KFC takes unhealthy fat out of its fried chicken
10/31/2006 [-] Briefly Chinese firm to make engines for Fiat Auto
10/31/2006 [-] Private equity deals take French twist as hurdles are cleared
10/31/2006 [-] Banking Matters Small bank, big money
10/31/2006 [-] Japan logs increase in jobless rate
10/31/2006 [-] Indonesia asks for less investment
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. is investigating Sony on sales of memory chip
10/31/2006 [-] China and Asean back trade and investment
10/31/2006 [-] SEC accuses 13 of fraud over finances at Delphi
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. drops bid for Chevron to pay natural gas royalties
10/31/2006 [-] Airline liquid ban creates obstacles for wine industry
10/31/2006 [-] Consumer spending steady in September as incomes rise
10/31/2006 [-] Former Monster exec ducks query
10/31/2006 [-] NO MORE TRANS FATS FOR KFC
10/31/2006 [-] Trammel Crow to be sold for 2.2 billion
10/31/2006 [-] The Serious Business Of Serious Games
10/31/2006 [-] American Semiconductor signs Chinese business agreement
10/31/2006 [-] Feds Launch Probe Into Sony SRAM Business
10/31/2006 [-] Electronics makers join to launch wireless HD video
10/31/2006 [-] Suppliers of wine, liquor to halt gifts
10/31/2006 [-] Investors put millions into Sebastopol company without seeing results Magnetic Power An untapped resource?
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. incomes take big leap
10/31/2006 [-] College costs rise, students taking longer to graduate
10/31/2006 [-] Ex-CEO of Monster quits board
10/31/2006 [-] Ford to cut production
10/31/2006 [-] Pay to delay generics probed
10/31/2006 [-] SEC settles charges against Delphi
10/31/2006 [-] Feds drop claims against Chevron
10/31/2006 [-] Investors weather Wal-Mart news in overall show of confidence
10/31/2006 [-] CB Richard Ellis Will Buy Trammell Crow For 2.2B
10/31/2006 [-] Procter & Gamble 1Q Profit Climbs
10/31/2006 [-] Novolipetsk Steel RAS net profit rises 64% in 9M06
10/31/2006 [-] North-West Telecom RAS net profit up 34% in 9M06, to 81 mln
10/31/2006 [-] Business agenda
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10/31/2006 [-] New Timber Market Issues Website covers eCommerce, eBusiness,
10/31/2006 [-] Britney Spears' K-Fed Says 'Showbusiness No Place For Kids'
10/31/2006 [-] Visitorship for September grew by 1.4%
10/31/2006 [-] Singapore shares close 0.38% higher
10/31/2006 [-] SingPost reports 3.6% interim growth to S62m
10/31/2006 [-] Creative Technology registers loss for third straight quarter
10/31/2006 [-] Structural changes at MediaCorp for greater integration across platforms
10/31/2006 [-] Venture capital investors announce S530m for start-ups at GES event
10/31/2006 [-] Oil Prices Edge Higher in London
10/31/2006 [-] Stock Futures Up Ahead of More Earnings
10/31/2006 [-] Governor defensive on wife's business
10/31/2006 [-] The British are coming...
10/31/2006 [-] Another Options Casualty
10/31/2006 [-] Cautious Investors Leave Market Mixed
10/31/2006 [-] Wireless results lift Verizon
10/31/2006 [-] Gardner Carton & Douglas to vote on merger this week
10/31/2006 [-] 2nd preliminary bid made for Tribune Co.; others possible
10/31/2006 [-] Monster's ex-CEO quits board over stock options
10/31/2006 [-] Circulation for biggest papers shows few signs of turnaround
10/31/2006 [-] KFC no chicken, will cut trans fat
10/31/2006 [-] Quick repair fixes glitch with hot links
10/31/2006 [-] Privacy
10/31/2006 [-] Placing limits on speed? It's all up to you
10/31/2006 [-] Retail sales post surprise fall in October
10/31/2006 [-] Kro is flying high with its ILVA deal
10/31/2006 [-] Aldi in £25m plan for new north west outlets
10/31/2006 [-] M&S fights back into kids' market
10/31/2006 [-] WITI's new Hall of Famers cover spectrum of technology
10/31/2006 [-] Silicon Image prompted to review stock option grants
10/31/2006 [-] WITI mends after dot-com bust
10/31/2006 [-] Merck to acquire S.F.-based Sirna
10/31/2006 [-] Go green, a smart home improvement
10/31/2006 [-] China, ASEAN nations sign deals worth 600 million dollars
10/31/2006 [-] OPEC oil price drops to 54.87 dollars
10/31/2006 [-] Emirates cancels 4 billion dollar order for 20 Airbus A340s
10/31/2006 [-] Full text of Wen Jiabao's speech at China-ASEAN business, investment summit
10/31/2006 [-] SIA application process begins
10/31/2006 [-] Huge demand for Cards gear kept retailers hopping
10/31/2006 [-] BP documents show budget cuts factored in deadly blast
10/31/2006 [-] Another executive resigns
10/31/2006 [-] KFC ready to phase out trans fats in menu items
10/31/2006 [-] Spending edges up slowly
10/31/2006 [-] Monsanto aims at pumpkin with ideal jack-o'-lantern lid
10/31/2006 [-] Nursing home improves treatment
10/31/2006 [-] LUKoil RAS net profit falls 26.8% in 9M06
10/31/2006 [-] ALLETE
10/31/2006 [-] Wireless growth helps Verizon beat forecast
10/31/2006 [-] A frightful venture for Comcast, studios
10/31/2006 [-] Newspapers suffer circulation declines
10/31/2006 [-] T-bill rates fall in auction
10/31/2006 [-] More options charges coming
10/31/2006 [-] Ex-Monster CEO resigns from board
10/31/2006 [-] SEC issues fraud charges against Delphi execs
10/31/2006 [-] Wal-Mart gloom is exception
10/31/2006 [-] Miller Johnson unit sold
10/31/2006 [-] Sticker shock hits air travel
10/31/2006 [-] SKULLS UNLIMITED
10/31/2006 [-] Briefs Steel Dynamics plans stock split
10/31/2006 [-] Job giant Monster's CEO resigns amid stock options probe
10/31/2006 [-] Goodyear to close Texas plant, idle 1,100
10/31/2006 [-] Spending edges up; incomes increase
10/31/2006 [-] Verizon rings up profit growth, but shares still fall
10/31/2006 [-] Spreading the gospel of Jack Welch
10/31/2006 [-] Ford sees 8-12% production slip
10/31/2006 [-] Emirates 'cancels order of A340s'
10/31/2006 [-] China and Malaysia sign gas deal
10/31/2006 [-] Consumer confidence rises in October-GFK
10/31/2006 [-] Retail sales fall unexpectedly in Oct-CBI
10/31/2006 [-] British Gas found worst for customer service
10/31/2006 [-] Swiss Post cuts jobs amid restructuring
10/31/2006 [-] No good bids for Brasota property
10/31/2006 [-] Woman admits taking business' money
10/31/2006 [-] Ritz could lower its 'flag'
10/31/2006 [-] Use of offshore companies helps Buchanan reduce his tax burden
10/31/2006 [-] KFC to remove trans fat from chicken, wedges
10/31/2006 [-] Hitachi Says Loss Widens in First Half
10/31/2006 [-] India central bank warns of overheating economy
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. drops royalty claims against Chevron NYTimes
10/31/2006 [-] Orchard Turn to launch 177 luxury residences next year
10/31/2006 [-] Faster phase-in urged for auto stability systems
10/31/2006 [-] Dow CEO urges energy policy reform
10/31/2006 [-] Airport pick-me-up
10/31/2006 [-] U.S. Delphi deals phony
10/31/2006 [-] Gas prices expected to hold steady
10/31/2006 [-] Chrysler offers month-end deal
10/31/2006 [-] Auto supplier Dura files for bankruptcy
10/31/2006 [-] Ford to scale back 07 production
10/31/2006 [-] TOM WALSH York talks about anything but GM
10/31/2006 [-] Dollar rises 3.34 kopeks on MICEX
10/31/2006 [-] Euro slips 2.36 kopeks on MICEX
10/31/2006 [-] Net capital inflow in Russia in Jan.-Sept. at 27 billion CBR 1
10/31/2006 [-] These titles have realism, excitement in common
10/31/2006 [-] SAVVY SHOPPER ASK ALLISON
10/31/2006 [-] Belait Business Association Pays Raya Visits To Govt, BSP Officials
10/31/2006 [-] Mortgage approvals highest in two years
10/31/2006 [-] Welsh manufacturers upbeat
10/31/2006 [-] Euro-cash to helped deprived areas
10/31/2006 [-] ARM misses revenues targets
10/31/2006 [-] Indo Asian Fusegear Q2 net at Rs 4.34 cr
10/31/2006 [-] Nokia-Bharti Airtel sign network expansion deal
10/31/2006 [-] HLL Q3 net up 59.8%
10/31/2006 [-] Ascension Health selling 940 million in bonds
10/31/2006 [-] Ex-Delphi execs accused of fraud
10/31/2006 [-] Goodyear to shutter 1,100-job Texas plant
10/31/2006 [-] Ford production to fall in early 2007
10/31/2006 [-] Dow stutters as investors wave off lackluster news
10/31/2006 [-] Brainstorming for biotechs
10/31/2006 [-] Spending steady as pay increases
10/31/2006 [-] Hefty third-quarter profits ring in season for Simon
10/31/2006 [-] Sick but overworked? Visit the office doctor
10/31/2006 [-] Tsinghua Tongfang to set up R&D centre in Singapore
10/31/2006 [-] Washington chip probe eyes Sony
10/31/2006 [-] Speedy makes a £13.5m swoop for LGH
10/31/2006 [-] Business thrives on smelly process of cleaning skulls
10/31/2006 [-] 3 companies try to scare up fans for new horror network
10/31/2006 [-] Pumping up pumpkins
10/31/2006 [-] National Real Estate Investor Acquires 13 Buildings In State
10/31/2006 [-] Spending Up A Little
10/31/2006 [-] `First Step In Right Direction'
10/31/2006 [-] It's Getting Tougher To Pay For College
10/31/2006 [-] Probe Faults BP In Blast
10/31/2006 [-] Unlikely Partners
10/31/2006 [-] Work On `Cyber Café' Creating A Buzz
10/31/2006 [-] SEC Accuses Delphi Of Fraud
10/31/2006 [-] Microsoft attacks pirates
10/31/2006 [-] Azerbaijani women turn ancient craft into global business
10/31/2006 [-] Nudist spots boost their exposure
10/31/2006 [-] Stocks edge up, helped by oil
10/31/2006 [-] Vote machine maker asks U.S. to probe alleged ties
10/31/2006 [-] New York chews on a plan to ban ingredient
10/31/2006 [-] Newspaper circulations continue to fall
10/31/2006 [-] Seeking to lift minority skiers
10/31/2006 [-] HP's ex-chief executive comes to her own defense
10/31/2006 [-] KFC to slash menu's use of trans fat
10/31/2006 [-] NHL ROUNDUP Ducks top Blues, tie Sabres for NHL best
10/31/2006 [-] PREP ROUNDUP Halftime talk pumps up Cousino
10/31/2006 [-] WHAT YOU MISSED
10/31/2006 [-] Eight good sports inducted into Hall
10/31/2006 [-] Hakim latest victim of wide receiver roulette
10/31/2006 [-] MSU needs live practices
10/31/2006 [-] Carr used film as motivator
10/31/2006 [-] WINGS CORNER Samuelsson return will help Zetterberg
10/31/2006 [-] Tigers head off to recharge
10/31/2006 [-] PISTONS BASKETBALL Flip asserts himself
10/31/2006 [-] The European Business Association held a seminar
10/31/2006 [-] Wall Street frets little over Wal-Mart
10/31/2006 [-] Circulation falls again at Times, P-I; online readers up
10/31/2006 [-] BP wise to problems at Texas plant before blast
10/31/2006 [-] Spending in state rose 10.5 percent in spring
10/31/2006 [-] Eli Lilly reveals plans for hiring from Icos
10/31/2006 [-] 56K windfall for some at former Boeing plant in Kansas
10/31/2006 [-] Deep Asian-American roots anchor UniBank's mission
10/31/2006 [-] Forget the smell, business is going well
10/31/2006 [-] RHM says trading in line as cake sales rise
10/31/2006 [-] Stocks eye flat open
10/31/2006 [-] Aer Lingus Sept passengers up
10/31/2006 [-] Chip designer ARM revenues below forecast
10/31/2006 [-] Friends Provident to triple sales
10/31/2006 [-] Oil prices low, could drive inflation RBI
10/31/2006 [-] Banks given time to meet Basel-II norms
10/31/2006 [-] RBI hikes repo rate
10/30/2006 [-] Samsung Corp to tap cargo security business
10/30/2006 [-] House price growth 'still firm'
10/30/2006 [-] Tough trading hits Matalan profit
10/30/2006 [-] Tiscali sub-let move
10/30/2006 [-] New name for Atisreal
10/30/2006 [-] Orbit's rent income rise
10/30/2006 [-] Regeneration's first phase over
10/30/2006 [-] Middleton on move
10/30/2006 [-] Knowles buys sites for £100m
10/30/2006 [-] Property mastermind joins rival
10/30/2006 [-] Fresh wobble for Japan's economy
10/30/2006 [-] Pension regulation falls under spotlight
10/30/2006 [-] U.S. Drops Bid Over Royalties From Chevron
10/30/2006 [-] U.S. Business Leaders Urge Bush Administration to Assist Russia's WTO Entry Paper
10/30/2006 [-] UOB Q3 net profit flat
10/30/2006 [-] Chicken chain to drop trans fats
10/30/2006 [-] Circulation down at top papers
10/30/2006 [-] Adams National Bank prospers
10/30/2006 [-] Paying the price
10/30/2006 [-] Medical sites use up, but panned
10/30/2006 [-] Consumer spending posts weak increase
10/30/2006 [-] Monster CEO out & over stock options
10/30/2006 [-] High street giant for whom CSR is no small matter
10/30/2006 [-] Conduit helps private and public work for common good
10/30/2006 [-] BBC taking heat for putting ads on website, now employees are fussing too
10/30/2006 [-] Premier China-ASEAN business ties 'strong driving force' for boosting
10/30/2006 [-] Local tow-truck operators want business
10/30/2006 [-] New Data Casts Doubt on Japan's Economy
10/30/2006 [-] UK businesses should ditch the landlord and buy their freehold
10/30/2006 [-] Loans For Small Business Add Up
10/30/2006 [-] Post-Dispatch bucks circulation trend
10/30/2006 [-] The new owner of Bandana's plans regional growth
10/30/2006 [-] Monsanto's soybeans will help cut KFC's trans fats
10/30/2006 [-] BP cost-cutting blamed in Texas refinery blast
10/30/2006 [-] Rutledge company closes
10/30/2006 [-] KFC to use less trans fat in cooking
10/30/2006 [-] Venezuelan businessman defends purchase of U.S. voting-machine maker
10/30/2006 [-] ServiceMaster moving headquarters from Illinois to Memphis
10/30/2006 [-] Triad earnings slip 14% in 3Q
10/30/2006 [-] Business briefs Oct. 31
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10/30/2006 [-] Goodyear to close Texas plant
10/30/2006 [-] Big changes for Red Cross
10/30/2006 [-] World Cup skipper wins Rhino deal
10/30/2006 [-] Mortgageapprovals highest in two years
10/30/2006 [-] Cadbury to stick gum over profit hole
10/30/2006 [-] Business As Usual for Journalists A Roundup
10/30/2006 [-] Merck to buy Sirna Therapeutics
10/30/2006 [-] Keeping up to date on security problems
10/30/2006 [-] Coca-Cola hikes price of orange juice again
10/30/2006 [-] Immigrant banking seminar is Nov. 17
10/30/2006 [-] Centerplate to pay security holders
10/30/2006 [-] Convenience stores join ID program
10/30/2006 [-] Liquor stores must close Election Day
10/30/2006 [-] AAA gives Kiawah hotel five diamonds
10/30/2006 [-] Midlands Honda heads to Northeast Richland
10/30/2006 [-] More stock-options cases expected soon
10/30/2006 [-] 'Smell of progress' foul to some
10/30/2006 [-] Third China-ASEAN business, investment summit opens in Nanning
10/30/2006 [-] Premier China-ASEAN business ties 'strong driving force'
10/30/2006 [-] Japans Denso H1 profit jumps
10/30/2006 [-] Ashley to move for Blacks Leisure
10/30/2006 [-] Handymen want better regulations
10/30/2006 [-] Halloween Is an Economist's Biggest Nightmare
10/30/2006 [-] Africa Documentary <i>Africa Open for Business</i> Released on DVD
10/30/2006 [-] GT Solar International to list in London
10/30/2006 [-] Oil holds below 59 on OPEC doubt
10/30/2006 [-] Businessman Offers 100K For Info About Missing Fitchburg Man
10/30/2006 [-] NaviSite Enters Digital Delivery Business
10/30/2006 [-] US stocks mixed after slow retail but strong Yahoo reports
10/30/2006 [-] Business Report for Tuesday, October 31, 2006
10/30/2006 [-] Creative Technology incurs third straight quarter of losses
10/30/2006 [-] Principal posts record earnings
10/30/2006 [-] Oil refiner Sinopecs net profit jumps
10/30/2006 [-] Merck to buy Sirna for 1.1 billion in cash
10/30/2006 [-] Warehouse may want Woolies to take the lot
10/30/2006 [-] BP 'knew of Texas safety worries'
10/30/2006 [-] British Gas complaints 'double'
10/30/2006 [-] Business stability slumps across Tasman
10/30/2006 [-] Bank of America plans to sell a U.K. unit
10/30/2006 [-] Fire Department Conflict a Concern for Homes, Businesses
10/30/2006 [-] Buffett's Berkshire buys Target, more J&J stock
10/30/2006 [-] Dollar mixed against major currencies
10/30/2006 [-] Simon Property third-quarter FFO rises
10/30/2006 [-] Merck to buy Sirna for 1.1 billion in cash
10/30/2006 [-] Steve Jobs The greatest second act in the history of business
10/30/2006 [-] U.S. Airlines Put Brakes On Fare Hikes
10/30/2006 [-] Oil Prices Slip by More Than 2 a Barrel
10/30/2006 [-] Ex-Monster Worldwide CEO Leaves Board
10/30/2006 [-] Germany's chimney sweeps face new hazard Foreign competition
10/30/2006 [-] An EADS meeting for Merkel
10/30/2006 [-] BP faulted in report on Texas blast
10/30/2006 [-] Qualcomm to be investigated in EU inquiry of high royalty fees
10/30/2006 [-] Private equity deals take a French twist
10/30/2006 [-] Schneider extends U.S. reach
10/30/2006 [-] Liquids ban is a headache for wine industry travelers
10/30/2006 [-] Out with the old Pentagon has bargains for friends
10/30/2006 [-] clarionledger.com Business
10/30/2006 [-] Texas Roadhouse profit up 30 percent
10/30/2006 [-] Sino Swearingen certified to sell new business jet
10/30/2006 [-] Botswana Francistown Nissan Back in Business After Fire Tradegy
10/30/2006 [-] Daily circulation falls 2.8 percent at U.S. newspapers, 3.4 percent on Sunday
10/30/2006 [-] Business stability slumps
10/30/2006 [-] Dollar still fragile against euro on lackluster US growth
10/30/2006 [-] Monster founder McKelvey resigns from board
10/30/2006 [-] MetLife posts 33 percent higher earnings
10/30/2006 [-] Vista Coupon Upgrade Limit Hits Businesses
10/30/2006 [-] Beyond CAD VARBusiness Q&A With UGS' Tony Affano
10/30/2006 [-] EU to split some energy companies
10/30/2006 [-] Bee 'Could Lead to Business Exodus'
10/30/2006 [-] Airlines hold off on fare increases, but analyst doesn't see prices dropping
10/30/2006 [-] Microsoft releases accounting software for small, home-based businesses
10/30/2006 [-] KFC phasing out trans fat cooking
10/30/2006 [-] Nigeria Oracle to Increase Business in Nigeria
10/30/2006 [-] African Businessman Creates Good Governance Award
10/30/2006 [-] BE profits soar as airlines upgrade interiors
10/30/2006 [-] VW profits hit by job-cut charges
10/30/2006 [-] US oil glut leads to price fall
10/30/2006 [-] BBC News Business World Edition
10/30/2006 [-] Briefing IBM and Lehman start an equity venture in China
10/30/2006 [-] Developing in a tougher market
10/30/2006 [-] EU seeks lower fees on music downloads
10/30/2006 [-] Business News Could Copyright Fight Strip YouTube of Future Content?
10/30/2006 [-] Business News Nasdaq most active stocks QQQQ APCC SUNW MSFT CSCO
10/30/2006 [-] Business News NYSE most active stocks Q PFE VZ LU WMT
10/30/2006 [-] Business News NYSE again in spotlight with talk of Tokyo, Euronext
10/30/2006 [-] Business News K2 hedge fund investment firm hires Rice from Citigroup
10/30/2006 [-] Europe set for biodiesel boom Goldman Sachs
10/30/2006 [-] FTSE suffers 3rd straight fall
10/30/2006 [-] Netflix shows the mail can feel faster than a download
10/30/2006 [-] Tech Notebook HP's Hurd faces music at Oracle conference
10/30/2006 [-] Insider trading
10/30/2006 [-] Business - MercuryNews.com
10/30/2006 [-] China and North Korea Business as usual
10/30/2006 [-] JETRO Monthly Survey Finds Japanese Business Sentiment in East Asia Continues Mixed in October
10/30/2006 [-] Daiichi Sankyo to Transfer Chemical Products Business of Sankyo Lifetech
10/30/2006 [-] Skull-Cleaning Business Thrives in Okla.
10/30/2006 [-] Dow Down, Nasdaq Up in Afternoon Trading
10/30/2006 [-] Lebanon businesses bounce back
10/30/2006 [-] Total executive in bribery probe
10/30/2006 [-] Opec quota pledges lift oil price
10/30/2006 [-] Sakhalin operator 'breaking law'
10/30/2006 [-] Businessman jailed for 11m fraud
10/30/2006 [-] BBC News Business Economy World Edition
10/30/2006 [-] World Bank sees Africa progress
10/30/2006 [-] Babson to conduct research on minority women-owned business
10/30/2006 [-] Red Sox's Schilling moves video game business to Maynard
10/30/2006 [-] PSU banks post healthy Q2 results
10/30/2006 [-] SEBI imposes fine for fraud in VOL IPO listing
10/30/2006 [-] Mixed expectations ahead of credit policy
10/30/2006 [-] Buckingham buys realty trust assets
10/30/2006 [-] Business warns on deals with Greens
10/30/2006 [-] Teamsters threatening Kroger strike want assurances
10/30/2006 [-] Floyd Memorial rejoins Cigna network
10/30/2006 [-] Business breifs for October 29, 2006
10/30/2006 [-] Business notebook & workshop calendar for October 29, 2006
10/30/2006 [-] Housing slump batters US growth
10/30/2006 [-] Ease the pain when you can't give a raise
10/30/2006 [-] Business outlook warms as petrol falls
10/30/2006 [-] PM assures early action to improve farmers' lot
10/30/2006 [-] Delhi markets shut, scuffles and anger on streets
10/30/2006 [-] Mphasis BPO registers growth in Q2
10/30/2006 [-] India needs good corporate governance experts
10/30/2006 [-] Educomp aims to cater 10 mn e-learners
10/30/2006 [-] Microsense to unwire Bangalore with WiMax
10/30/2006 [-] Goodyear to ax 1,100 jobs with Texas plant's closing
10/30/2006 [-] The pink flamingo faces extinction
10/30/2006 [-] Brazil's Gol airline increases Boeing 737 orders
10/30/2006 [-] Bowled Over by a Simple Business Idea
10/30/2006 [-] Delphi settles with SEC, does not face fine
10/30/2006 [-] Monster Director Resigns Over Probe
10/30/2006 [-] Dow Down, Nasdaq Up in Midday Trading
10/30/2006 [-] WPP sales data upsets investors
10/30/2006 [-] UK interest rates 'to hit 5.25%'
10/30/2006 [-] 'Abolish home packs' say lenders
10/30/2006 [-] BBC News Business UK Edition
10/30/2006 [-] The Media Equation American Tragedies, to Sell Trucks
10/30/2006 [-] Briefly After 3-year gap, Korea accepts American beef
10/30/2006 [-] Malaysians protest free trade pact with U.S.
10/30/2006 [-] Inflation does not deter Gulf on unified currency
10/30/2006 [-] Emirates cancels order for Airbus A340 planes
10/30/2006 [-] China alert on trade gap
10/30/2006 [-] Chinese liberalizing the yuan
10/30/2006 [-] Healthy employment market fails to reassure some Asians
10/30/2006 [-] BBC employees fight plan for ads on Web site
10/30/2006 [-] As a slowdown threatens, Europe's reaction 'So what?'
10/30/2006 [-] China's biggest air show set to open
10/30/2006 [-] Malaysia to supply LNG to Chinese for 25 years
10/30/2006 [-] Factories in South Korea are speeding their output
10/30/2006 [-] Inquiry on options widens to tax angle
10/30/2006 [-] Japan reports a decline in industrial production
10/30/2006 [-] Europe gives hint of Detroit's future
10/30/2006 [-] Google buys YouTube for 1.65bn
10/30/2006 [-] Oracle attack hits Red Hat shares
10/30/2006 [-] Coors pens longer deal with Broncos
10/30/2006 [-] Filipinos seek to build up business in Bahrain
10/30/2006 [-] Del. diesel fuel company signs 1 million contract
10/30/2006 [-] DuPont settles contract litigation
10/30/2006 [-] Ford production cuts to continue into early 2007
10/30/2006 [-] Union tells TVNZ it means business
10/30/2006 [-] Text messaging catches on in music business
10/30/2006 [-] Ford Sees Production Down in Part of '07
10/30/2006 [-] Dow, Nasdaq Slide in Midmorning Trading
10/30/2006 [-] Hispanic chamber offers business conference
10/30/2006 [-] Computer Business Review Linux Leaders Call for Open Source License Simplification
10/30/2006 [-] Zoo's exhibit has 'ick' factor
10/30/2006 [-] Report IT Capital Spending Could Take a Hit
10/30/2006 [-] Yum changes KFC cooking oil, looks at other brands
10/30/2006 [-] Bridgeport, Ohio Business Broken Into Over The Weekend
10/30/2006 [-] Donations to parties good business Trade Centre
10/30/2006 [-] Gas prices up slightly in Delaware
10/30/2006 [-] Workers comp topic of public hearing today
10/30/2006 [-] Dow, Nasdaq Slide in Early Trading
10/30/2006 [-] Cadbury Schweppes rules out demerger
10/30/2006 [-] FSA to consult on new EU financial rules
10/30/2006 [-] Make the plastic work for YOU this Christmas
10/30/2006 [-] Merger creates biggest Lloyds underwriter
10/30/2006 [-] 'UNAVOIDABLE'' EU could sue Germany over telecoms law
10/30/2006 [-] U.S. stocks off on Wal-Mart weakness
10/30/2006 [-] Motorola opens new telecom software development center in southern India
10/30/2006 [-] Verizon profit rises on mobile phone unit and MCI acquisition
10/30/2006 [-] Boeing grabs Airbus order
10/30/2006 [-] Abu Dhabi leading property developer seeks partners for projects
10/30/2006 [-] HSBC Commercial Bank Asia Pacific business growing
10/30/2006 [-] Singapore posts strong growth in Q3 despite cooling off in 2nd half
10/30/2006 [-] Chinese companies to use Singapore as springboard into world market
10/30/2006 [-] Cosco Q3 profit up on strong contributions from ship repair, marine engineering
10/30/2006 [-] CDL Hospitality Trusts reports distribution income of S7.9m
10/30/2006 [-] Seagate Technology wins inaugural Manufacturing Excellence Award
10/30/2006 [-] Bio-Treat passes resolution to accept chairman resignation
10/30/2006 [-] Report Mass. business at cost disadvantage
10/30/2006 [-] South Africa Police Failed to Protect Me From Workers, Claims Businessman
10/30/2006 [-] South Africa 'Bowlers Will Do the Business'
10/30/2006 [-] Goodyear To Eliminate 1,100 Jobs
10/30/2006 [-] AFX economic and business calendar to Friday Nov 10
10/30/2006 [-] Challenges for Vietnam's economy
10/30/2006 [-] FPL Group posts 524 million profit in third quarter
10/30/2006 [-] DAY 2 OF THE OFF-SEASON
10/30/2006 [-] AUTO RACING Stewart savors win at Atlanta
10/30/2006 [-] MICK MCCABE B.C. Harper Creek Smith in rare air
10/30/2006 [-] BIG TEN BASKETBALL OSU men, women top preseason polls
10/30/2006 [-] SHANNON SHELTON MSU TALKING POINTS Only a bowl bid can salvage season
10/30/2006 [-] MARK SNYDER U-M TALKING POINTS Offense thrown off balance
10/30/2006 [-] WINGS CORNER Chelios next game will be a Great One
10/30/2006 [-] Saunders tries to keep team fresh
10/30/2006 [-] Housing market powers on
10/30/2006 [-] Captain Johnno joins Rhino's new top team
10/30/2006 [-] Jordan Takes Part in Businesswomen Conference in Abu Dhabi
10/30/2006 [-] Hope Fest brings churches, businesses together
10/30/2006 [-] Lehman and IBM unite in a China equity fund
10/30/2006 [-] YouTube laughs hit a wall
10/30/2006 [-] Softbank to act on cellphone service
10/30/2006 [-] Marketers want proof of online ads' audience
10/30/2006 [-] 'Gambits' put at risk Web domain system
10/30/2006 [-] Wireless Cellphones, an aid tool
10/30/2006 [-] YouTube purges copyright clips
10/30/2006 [-] Lower heating bills at little to no cost
10/30/2006 [-] Beltway gridlock not a bad idea
10/30/2006 [-] ATM, bounced-check fees rise to record levels
10/30/2006 [-] The mobile domain
10/30/2006 [-] Dura Automotive Systems files for bankruptcy in Delaware
10/30/2006 [-] Fed's Lacker says economy can stand more rate hikes
10/30/2006 [-] Home loan demand surging
10/30/2006 [-] Verizon gets profit boost from wireless
10/30/2006 [-] Core inflation up 0.2 percent in September
10/30/2006 [-] VoIP of Orlando is expanding service nationwide
10/30/2006 [-] Lake Mary candy business opens store in Universal
10/30/2006 [-] Wood Partners to build condominiums at The Rialto
10/30/2006 [-] A tale of mouse and man
10/30/2006 [-] Fairwinds warns customers of phishing scam
10/30/2006 [-] Housing puts drag on local economy
10/30/2006 [-] 3 games from Japan with plenty of flavor
10/30/2006 [-] HP's Hurd faces music at Oracle conference
10/30/2006 [-] INCOMES, SPENDING
10/30/2006 [-] Camera provides a clear rear view
10/30/2006 [-] Manage photos on smart phones
10/30/2006 [-] Open-source vendors at risk of being priced out
10/30/2006 [-] The Economy Overall Japanese businessmen sentiment turns positive in Oct.
10/30/2006 [-] Humana profit triples; meets low end of forecast
10/30/2006 [-] What Do Women Want? Just Ask
10/30/2006 [-] Apple Posts Fix For MacBook Sudden Shutdowns
10/30/2006 [-] Phishing Domain Resale Market Booms
10/30/2006 [-] Mobile Devices Are Ready To Take Their Place Along PCs In Businesses
10/30/2006 [-] And theres more Warehouse may want Woolies to take the lot
10/30/2006 [-] AustAg escapes the drought
10/30/2006 [-] Perpetual has all the aces
10/30/2006 [-] Sol and Telstra six to get 11.6m
10/30/2006 [-] Rinker says no to el-cheapo bid
10/30/2006 [-] Microsoft offers free small-business software
10/30/2006 [-] Remember me for promoting peace, human rights Jimmy Carter
10/30/2006 [-] ITC registers 18 percent Q2 profit growth
10/30/2006 [-] Sensex scales 13,000 points for first time
10/30/2006 [-] GAO's fiscal road show warns of trouble ahead
10/30/2006 [-] White House position switch on emissions to be in spotlight
10/30/2006 [-] Cadbury to enter UK gum market
10/30/2006 [-] China outlines economic controls
10/30/2006 [-] Recruitment firms boost Chinese investment
10/30/2006 [-] Clear Channel posts lower profit
10/30/2006 [-] Schneider to buy APC for 6.1 billion
10/30/2006 [-] Filipinos investing in their roots
10/30/2006 [-] The recently rich are taking to the skies in privacy
10/30/2006 [-] NYSE hits snags in bid for Euronext
10/30/2006 [-] Nuclear industry on rebound
10/30/2006 [-] Industries at odds over steel tariffs
10/30/2006 [-] 'Saw III' cuts way to top at theaters
10/30/2006 [-] With 'Babel,' exec proves new Vantage label is an indie force
10/30/2006 [-] Stock futures down on economic woes
10/30/2006 [-] Selecting genuine business partners is the key to success
10/30/2006 [-] African business schools organize
10/30/2006 [-] Researching the business world
10/30/2006 [-] Indian benchmark stock index touches all-time high
10/30/2006 [-] Norway fuel giant Statoil posts third-quarter report
10/30/2006 [-] Soaring City bonuses 'hit 8.8bn'
10/30/2006 [-] BAA buyer sees profits increase
10/30/2006 [-] Singapore shares close lower on profit-taking
10/30/2006 [-] Long-serving Robinsons director resigns two weeks after controversial AGM
10/30/2006 [-] Israeli police ordered to probe business deal by PM
10/30/2006 [-] Survey Wealthy kids are traveling
10/30/2006 [-] Not just another Cinderella story
10/30/2006 [-] Banks correspondent accounts with CBR decline 0.7%
10/30/2006 [-] NPP unit, shut down during storm, to be restarted Monday evening
10/30/2006 [-] Russia Raspadskaya coal producer to hold IPO at 2-2.5 per share
10/30/2006 [-] Scaring up spooky attractions is a growing business
10/30/2006 [-] Climate change fight 'can't wait'
10/30/2006 [-] Humana reports higher quarterly earnings
10/30/2006 [-] PodFactory rises as podcast pioneer
10/30/2006 [-] Coping with soaring college costs
10/30/2006 [-] Campaign warns of fiscal doom
10/30/2006 [-] Flight attendants reach tentative deal with Mesaba
10/30/2006 [-] Macs now have plenty of muscle for serious computer users
10/30/2006 [-] Squeaky-clean reputation
10/30/2006 [-] Women playing catch-up
10/30/2006 [-] Investors tap Islam
10/30/2006 [-] Flat-screen TV sales on rise
10/30/2006 [-] 'Christmas creep' sneaks up on Halloween shoppers
10/30/2006 [-] Farm scene Kiwifruit is gold for California growers
10/30/2006 [-] CFO turnover picks up speed
10/30/2006 [-] Venture investment continues increase
10/30/2006 [-] Chevy ad carries baggage
10/30/2006 [-] Watercooler Early birds, let boss know your hours
10/30/2006 [-] Doughnut stores battle for Southern loyalty
10/30/2006 [-] Briefs Longtime teacher at child-care center joins 25-year club
10/30/2006 [-] Insurance struggle
10/30/2006 [-] BIZ BUZZ FPL expanding Sunshine Energy program
10/30/2006 [-] PC shopping tips - if you must buy a computer now
10/30/2006 [-] Recycled U.S. cell phones help drive Third World boom
10/30/2006 [-] Mainframes not extinct, though there's a T-Rex
10/30/2006 [-] For some, walking across street to Starbucks is too far
10/30/2006 [-] Renters scramble to find apartments as demand rises
10/30/2006 [-] Companies fight over phone, TV, Internet service
10/30/2006 [-] Hearts Desire offers jewelry, clothing, gifts
10/30/2006 [-] Cloud Nine Realtor selling condos in Panama
10/30/2006 [-] Experienced hand, fresh voice contend for seat
10/30/2006 [-] How business paths shaped two candidates
10/30/2006 [-] £7bn Xmas bill for firms
10/30/2006 [-] House prices rocket to a two year record
10/30/2006 [-] Pensions black hole 'shrinking'
10/30/2006 [-] La Tasca recovers from its World Cup slump
10/30/2006 [-] Online gaming groups in £1.6bn merger
10/30/2006 [-] British Airways flying high with profit hike to £241m
10/30/2006 [-] Hire group steps up a gear after £15m deal
10/30/2006 [-] Axa weighs up Standard Life for takeover
10/30/2006 [-] NYC Fat Fight May Sway KFC
10/30/2006 [-] Japanese industrial output slows
10/30/2006 [-] WALL STREET Investors to get a heads-up on economy
10/30/2006 [-] Snowmobile sales
10/30/2006 [-] Workers need to shop for the best medical coverage
10/30/2006 [-] Firms say immigrants needed
10/30/2006 [-] Small firms big question is growth
10/30/2006 [-] Unions reach agreements with Mesaba
10/30/2006 [-] Heating to cost less this winter
10/30/2006 [-] ELECTION 2006 Working with politics
10/30/2006 [-] Airbus, Boeing gain new orders
10/30/2006 [-] Want to be original on Halloween? Don't be a pirate
10/30/2006 [-] Phrogram Making programs fun, easy
10/30/2006 [-] Preparing for Soyuz space flight isn't the only thing on Simonyi's mind
10/30/2006 [-] How Adobe launched a revolution
10/30/2006 [-] Startups build for future of online television
10/30/2006 [-] Q&A The 'invention' of desktop publishing Scarcity of typefaces
10/30/2006 [-] Farmers Urged to Seek 'Carbon Credits'
10/30/2006 [-] Oil Prices Inch Higher
10/30/2006 [-] Budgets falling in race to fight global warming
10/30/2006 [-] UK firms increase research spend
10/30/2006 [-] 888 confirms merger talks
10/30/2006 [-] &lt;b&gt;Proctor&lt;/b&gt; ColdSpark's CEO building a better e-mail system
10/30/2006 [-] Cranbrook gets record gift
10/30/2006 [-] Businesses Seek Protection on Legal Front
10/30/2006 [-] Sensex @ 13k Time to book profits?
10/30/2006 [-] Sometimes a refund is the only alternative
10/30/2006 [-] Working toward a goal
10/30/2006 [-] Smoke-free businesses listed
10/30/2006 [-] 888 confirms merger talks rumour
10/30/2006 [-] Partygaming 'looks to merger'
10/30/2006 [-] India's Sensex at 13,000 mark
10/29/2006 [-] Qantas ups A380 Airbus order
10/29/2006 [-] India stock index hits new high
10/29/2006 [-] Financial Centre Sees Business Shift
10/29/2006 [-] ABN to cut jobs as profits drop
10/29/2006 [-] Business lobby warns of economic downturn
10/29/2006 [-] Synthes says can no longer sell TSN products
10/29/2006 [-] Web ad co. gets funding from WPP and others
10/29/2006 [-] FTSE seen opening lower
10/29/2006 [-] Australias Rinker rejects Cemex bid
10/29/2006 [-] British report likely to show global economy threatened by climate change
10/29/2006 [-] Homeowners think green on improvements survey
10/29/2006 [-] Data-monitor firm gains new financing


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