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10/31/2007 [-] Canterbury manufacturers confidence up
10/31/2007 [-] Auckland Airport rejects Canadian bid
10/31/2007 [-] Record Loss, Mortgage Crisis Spur Merrill CEO's Resignation
10/31/2007 [-] Drought May Force Australian Livestock Industry To Import Grain
10/31/2007 [-] New South Wales Signs Deal To Maintain Star City Casino Monopoly
10/31/2007 [-] 'More supermarkets' watchdog call
10/31/2007 [-] Markets price in Fed US rate cut
10/31/2007 [-] 'Halloween massacre' still horror story for oilpatch one year later
10/31/2007 [-] Rio Tinto Alcan expands alumina deal in agreement with Norsk Hydro
10/31/2007 [-] Auckland Airport says ends talks with Canadian group
10/31/2007 [-] Oregon utility regulators approve minor changes to gas rates
10/31/2007 [-] The Post-Crescent, Appleton, Wis., Business Innovator Column
10/31/2007 [-] Weak dollar helping some Web businesses
10/31/2007 [-] Northrop pushing hard for new radar business
10/31/2007 [-] Business applauds tax cuts; others say mini-budget ignores them
10/31/2007 [-] Armor Maker Lands In N.Y.
10/31/2007 [-] United Mechanics Push For New Union
10/31/2007 [-] Cerberus Drops 6.2B ACS Bid
10/31/2007 [-] Saudi, UK business hits 9bn
10/31/2007 [-] Singapore Customs rolls out new IT services
10/31/2007 [-] Marion lands tech firm Veriana Networks
10/31/2007 [-] 8. News in brief
10/31/2007 [-] MIT research holds promise for using light to move tiny particles on chips
10/31/2007 [-] Dell's restated earnings report shows quarterly profit was 92 million lower
10/31/2007 [-] Chile's Enersis earnings down 53 percent for first 9 months of 2007
10/31/2007 [-] Wynn Resorts posts third-quarter profit on revenues from new Macau casino
10/31/2007 [-] US dollar edges down against Japanese yen
10/31/2007 [-] MGM Mirage, Wynn Resorts report mixed results, lay out big plans
10/31/2007 [-] Pemex reopens oil-loading port in Gulf of Mexico
10/31/2007 [-] Canada to cut corporate income tax
10/31/2007 [-] The Orange County Register, Calif., Business Briefs Column
10/31/2007 [-] Foreign business news in brief
10/31/2007 [-] RHB aims big with new deposit product
10/31/2007 [-] Bank Negara, HK Monetary Authority in cross-border DvP
10/31/2007 [-] Affin Islamic plans three more branches by year-end
10/31/2007 [-] Bank Islam offers RM250mil to SMEs going abroad
10/31/2007 [-] CIMB Islamic unfazed by foreign competition
10/31/2007 [-] Chengdu Bank wants to boost asset quality
10/31/2007 [-] Bank Negara retains overnight policy rate at 3.5%
10/31/2007 [-] HwangDBS unit taps Kuching markett
10/31/2007 [-] M3nergy plans to expand FPSO
10/31/2007 [-] BLand sees growth in property sector
10/31/2007 [-] BMW to maximise on training centres
10/31/2007 [-] Southern Acids reports better earnings in core businesses
10/31/2007 [-] NAND memory drives alternative for notebooks
10/31/2007 [-] Medical-Latex targets Asean
10/31/2007 [-] Elit Purnama gets contract from France-based Lesther
10/31/2007 [-] Kaine Urges Conservation At Environmental Business Summit
10/31/2007 [-] BIL International reports big jump in profit
10/31/2007 [-] Trading halt placed on Auckland Airport shares
10/31/2007 [-] Ngai Tahu Holdings' profit surges
10/31/2007 [-] BofA gets highest ranking for small business loans
10/31/2007 [-] Merrill Begins C.E.O. Search
10/31/2007 [-] American Businessman Challenges Entrepreneurs
10/31/2007 [-] Slippery Slope
10/31/2007 [-] Business Today places Shaadi.com amongst top 10 marketers in India
10/31/2007 [-] Economy Tuesday
10/31/2007 [-] Dell to resume buybacks, files restated results
10/31/2007 [-] Ford, UAW talks intensify, 'activity' seen in days
10/31/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Starts Stronger Oct 31, 2007
10/31/2007 [-] BT Investment Management plans to list
10/31/2007 [-] James Hardie suspends some US production
10/31/2007 [-] Chipotle to expand into Canada next year
10/31/2007 [-] Goodyear swings to profit in third quarter helped by sale of unit
10/31/2007 [-] CP Rail sees growth in 2008 similar to that in 2007
10/31/2007 [-] Canadian companies behind in regulation study
10/31/2007 [-] Teck Cominco may consider hedging its share of production from Galore Creek
10/31/2007 [-] Big Business in Topeka
10/30/2007 [-] Hanesbrands Inc. signs deal with Disney
10/30/2007 [-] 20. Appointments
10/30/2007 [-] DreamWorks Animation Profits on 'Shrek'
10/30/2007 [-] Seizing Business Opportunities At Restive Poll Time column
10/30/2007 [-] Business leaders seek faster Canada-U.S. border crossing after delays
10/30/2007 [-] SEPI Engineering Named To Women-Owned Businesses List
10/30/2007 [-] ASR wins prestigious business software satisfaction award for their integrated HR & payroll software
10/30/2007 [-] Nuclear ambitions fan controversy in Bulgaria
10/30/2007 [-] Dollar hits fresh low ahead of Fed rate decision
10/30/2007 [-] 20. M3nergy plans to expand FPSO
10/30/2007 [-] 19. Chengdu Bank wants to boost asset quality
10/30/2007 [-] 18. CIMB Islamic unfazed by foreign competition
10/30/2007 [-] 17. RHB aims big with new deposit product
10/30/2007 [-] 16. Foreign business news in brief
10/30/2007 [-] 15. Elit Purnama gets contract from France-based Lesther
10/30/2007 [-] 14. Medical-Latex targets Asean
10/30/2007 [-] 13. Southern Acids reports better earnings in core businesses
10/30/2007 [-] 12. BMW to maximise on training centres
10/30/2007 [-] 11. Bank Islam offers RM250mil to SMEs going abroad
10/30/2007 [-] 9. NAND memory drives alternative for notebooks
10/30/2007 [-] 8. HwangDBS to get new MD
10/30/2007 [-] 7. BLand sees growth in property sector
10/30/2007 [-] 6. Bank Negara retains overnight policy rate at 3.5%
10/30/2007 [-] 5. Manulife Financial open to M&As
10/30/2007 [-] 3. KLCI lags behind regional markets
10/30/2007 [-] 2. Close watch on ringgit
10/30/2007 [-] 1. IOI Corp is largest KLCI component stock
10/30/2007 [-] Zimbabwe Price Commission Warns Business On Parallel Forex Dealings and finance
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks Lower Ahead of Fed?s Rate Decision
10/30/2007 [-] McAfee buys ScanAlert for 51M
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. stocks fall on confidence, Fed fears
10/30/2007 [-] Developing nations become major investors
10/30/2007 [-] British working-immigrants figures flawed
10/30/2007 [-] Dewey Ford sold to Utah mega-dealer
10/30/2007 [-] War games
10/30/2007 [-] US retail gloom
10/30/2007 [-] Business owner determined to overcome factory fire
10/30/2007 [-] Kenya Government Pledges to Create Business Friendly Environment
10/30/2007 [-] OPEC says pumping more won't bring oil price down
10/30/2007 [-] UBS reports first quarterly loss in five years on U.S. sub...
10/30/2007 [-] E. Stanley O'Neal steps down from Merrill Lynch
10/30/2007 [-] Reliance Retail forays into jewellery business
10/30/2007 [-] Monitor's Business Challenge Tests Start
10/30/2007 [-] St George annual profit rises by 11%
10/30/2007 [-] Startup tech firm Veriana Networks to call Marion home
10/30/2007 [-] NABE Survey Says Business Activity Slowed in Third Quarter
10/30/2007 [-] Business Report for Wednesday, October 31, 2007
10/30/2007 [-] SEC agrees to settle with Met Mortgage CEO, Bellingham developer
10/30/2007 [-] Consumer mood pushes stock market down
10/30/2007 [-] Zimbabwe Price Commission Warns Business On Parallel Forex Dealings
10/30/2007 [-] Technology workers seek end to green card limbo
10/30/2007 [-] IBM to recycle chips for solar panels
10/30/2007 [-] New iPod ad created by 18-year-old
10/30/2007 [-] Pope & Talbot files for bankruptcy
10/30/2007 [-] US stocks fall on slowdown concerns
10/30/2007 [-] Mark Lay found guilty of fraud in workers' comp investment loss
10/30/2007 [-] Kaplan negotiating major lease for One North Dearborn
10/30/2007 [-] Weak Dollar Draws Foreign Online Buyers
10/30/2007 [-] Departing CEO O'Neal to leave Merrill Lynch with exit package worth 161.5 million
10/30/2007 [-] French agency says joblessness dipped
10/30/2007 [-] Mexico Drug traffickers send billions in laundered drug money to US each year
10/30/2007 [-] Uranium company buys whole town in southern Utah
10/30/2007 [-] Ministers who mean business
10/30/2007 [-] Canada sees dollar, housing market as challenges
10/30/2007 [-] Canada sees 2007-08 budget surplus of C11.6 bln
10/30/2007 [-] Cash-rich government sets deep tax cuts
10/30/2007 [-] Competition panel to take long-term view of 'hallowing out' of Canada
10/30/2007 [-] Skype, Logitech Team Up To Improve Video Chat
10/30/2007 [-] Mexico Business Summit
10/30/2007 [-] No to Nicky O. Hotels set for auction
10/30/2007 [-] Oil price settles at record high
10/30/2007 [-] Marathon Oil CEO Speculation, not market, is driving up oil prices
10/30/2007 [-] Government pledges to create business friendly environment
10/30/2007 [-] UPS to buy back another 2 billion worth of stock
10/30/2007 [-] Rates hike clouds horizon for Aussie businesses
10/30/2007 [-] Small Erie, Warren businesses qualify for federal drought loans
10/30/2007 [-] Colgate, P&G Profits Up
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks End Lower Ahead of Fed Decision
10/30/2007 [-] Colts-Patriots Hype Could Lead to Big Business for Indy
10/30/2007 [-] Midwest Air holders OK 450M sale to TPG
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. oil prices fall 3 nearly to 90
10/30/2007 [-] Seattle's home prices slip in August
10/30/2007 [-] Consumer index points to lukewarm holiday retail sales
10/30/2007 [-] 5.15pm Markets Update
10/30/2007 [-] Burma's other business tycoons Wai Moe
10/30/2007 [-] Syria signs contract with Iran, Venezuela and Malaysia for construction of oil refinery
10/30/2007 [-] Richardson considers restricting check-cashing businesses
10/30/2007 [-] FTSE breaks 3-day winning run
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill hit with shareholder lawsuit over subprime
10/30/2007 [-] Tesco raises 2 bln ahead of U.S. store opening
10/30/2007 [-] San Mateo Co. Approves Foreclosure Moratorium
10/30/2007 [-] Ski show outgrew Vegas space, coming to Colorado in 2010
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. Consumer Confidence Falls Again
10/30/2007 [-] Boeing again extends C-17 production
10/30/2007 [-] DRS lays off 60 in Cool Valley
10/30/2007 [-] Starbucks' record label will release album by Hilary McRae
10/30/2007 [-] Suburban banker leaves MB with solid severance - and a party
10/30/2007 [-] Purdue's Beck Agricultural Center opens
10/30/2007 [-] Children's damage 'devalues homes'
10/30/2007 [-] Borrowers pitch for a loan online
10/30/2007 [-] Pound sets new high against dollar
10/30/2007 [-] House prices 'to fall by 6%'
10/30/2007 [-] Business Watercooler Stories
10/30/2007 [-] Housing market shows more signs of slowing
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks Mostly Down Ahead of Fed Decision
10/30/2007 [-] Applebee's holders OK 2.1B IHOP buyout
10/30/2007 [-] Liberia American Businessman Challenges Entrepreneurs
10/30/2007 [-] Reuters and Thomson seek 10-day EU extension
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch ousts CEO O'Neal
10/30/2007 [-] Amid weakening dollar, online shoppers from abroad give small US retailers a boost
10/30/2007 [-] UAW talks with Ford intensify; Gettelfinger joins bargaining
10/30/2007 [-] Teamsters Say Members Can Honor Writers Picket Lines
10/30/2007 [-] Skype And Logitech Team Up For Sharper Video Chats
10/30/2007 [-] LVMH Nears Sale of Pen Business
10/30/2007 [-] Applebee's shareholders approve 1.9 billion sale to pancake house operator IHOP
10/30/2007 [-] Shareholder Baugur Group says it may seek to acquire Saks with Dubai investment firm
10/30/2007 [-] Crude prices slide as Mexican fields return to service
10/30/2007 [-] Hard-drive maker Seagate, closing plant in Northern Ireland, offers workers big payouts
10/30/2007 [-] Luxottica's 3rd-quarter net profit rises 8 percent on wholesale revenue
10/30/2007 [-] Mexican state electric utility to sell capacity on fiber optic network
10/30/2007 [-] Viacom executive Ascheim named CEO of Newsweek; Rick Smith will remain chairman
10/30/2007 [-] India's central bank keeps rates steady, moves to soak up liquidity
10/30/2007 [-] Hollywood Teamsters say members can honor picket lines if film and TV writers strike
10/30/2007 [-] New Orleans brewery fighting to bring Dixie Beer back
10/30/2007 [-] US product watchdog agency Wal-Mart toy recall lacked some consumer information
10/30/2007 [-] United Mine Workers criticizes proposed federal rescue rule
10/30/2007 [-] Internet access tax ban passes House, goes to president
10/30/2007 [-] BE Aerospace profit rises 42% in 3rd quarter
10/30/2007 [-] Ford Explorer plant to close for extra week in Dec.
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. stocks mixed on confidence, Fed fears
10/30/2007 [-] Report Google to connect with cell phones
10/30/2007 [-] UN votes against US blockade on Cuba again
10/30/2007 [-] David Maus Toyota to face discrimination suit
10/30/2007 [-] Employers stand to gain from large workers comp insurance rate cut
10/30/2007 [-] On our tourism blog Profits rebound at AirTran, despite hefty Midwest charge
10/30/2007 [-] MGM Mirage profit disappoints
10/30/2007 [-] Teamsters say members can honor picket lines if writers strike
10/30/2007 [-] AT&T buyout of cell carrier approved
10/30/2007 [-] Recall expanded to three more seafood products
10/30/2007 [-] AT&T gets 1.8M in tax credits for Joplin call center
10/30/2007 [-] Business Korean power firm to invest more in RP
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill CEO Out After Big Mortgage Loss
10/30/2007 [-] Fed Expected To Cut Rates To Help Economy
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. home price drop worst since June '91, S P says
10/30/2007 [-] Oil Falls As Mexican Production Resumes
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks Mostly Lower Before Fed Decision
10/30/2007 [-] Gap promises action after newspaper finds subcontractor in India using child labor
10/30/2007 [-] Imperial profit dips with output, refinery margins
10/30/2007 [-] Germany's Merkel pushes big business in India
10/30/2007 [-] Profits rebound at AirTran, despite hefty Midwest charge
10/30/2007 [-] OFT revises charges guidance
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill chief leaves after 8.4B write-off
10/30/2007 [-] Study U.S. home prices fall to 6-year low
10/30/2007 [-] Applebee's shareholders approve 1.9 billion sale to IHOP
10/30/2007 [-] US consumer confidence falls for third month
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO steps down, interim chief named
10/30/2007 [-] Home Prices Are Down, and So Is Confidence
10/30/2007 [-] Tatneft posts 8% drop in US GAAP net profit in 1H07
10/30/2007 [-] TransCanada has Q3 profit of 324M, expands planned Keystone line capacity
10/30/2007 [-] Barrick and Peru Pierina union reach wage deal
10/30/2007 [-] Chicago couple seeks NAFTA arbitration of income trust taxation policy
10/30/2007 [-] Fording coal trust prospects hurt by weak US; Q3 profit down 27 per cent
10/30/2007 [-] BASF posts third-quarter profit leap, forecasts record year
10/30/2007 [-] HSBC sells two British credit card divisions
10/30/2007 [-] Japan's Mitsubishi Motors returns to first-half profit
10/30/2007 [-] Barrick says Bulyanhulu mine ops stalled by strike
10/30/2007 [-] Toromont profit up, warns on fourth quarter
10/30/2007 [-] Enough natural gas stored to meet cold winter demands, says NEB
10/30/2007 [-] Cinram units extend dive after payout warning
10/30/2007 [-] GST cut popular, but amounts to 13 a month for most buyers economist
10/30/2007 [-] Consumer confidence falls in October to the lowest level in two years
10/30/2007 [-] Fording shares slump 12 pct after earnings drop
10/30/2007 [-] Klang Valley Streets/Why I love... Subang Jaya Good for business
10/30/2007 [-] Klang Valley Streets Bundling into business
10/30/2007 [-] avinash's business card
10/30/2007 [-] Business Robillo Bloggers Summit, technology for peace
10/30/2007 [-] Business Private sector to intensify English proficiency programs
10/30/2007 [-] Entrepreneurs Guide to Second Life
10/30/2007 [-] P&G 1Q Profit Up, Cautious on Costs
10/30/2007 [-] Study Louisville unemployed increasingly clustered
10/30/2007 [-] Business Osmeña Coping with urban problems
10/30/2007 [-] Business Bank introduces electronic cash management to corporate clients
10/30/2007 [-] Russia could sign deal in Nov. to build 4 power units in India
10/30/2007 [-] Credit crisis claims Merrill CEO
10/30/2007 [-] Corn Belt Power Coop receives 57 million loan
10/30/2007 [-] Wall Street falls ahead of Fed rate move
10/30/2007 [-] US dollar mostly up, gold down
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Chooses Interim Leader and Begins C.E.O. Search
10/30/2007 [-] ALL BUSINESS O'Neal Loses Face
10/30/2007 [-] ABN buyers juggle job cuts
10/30/2007 [-] Delphi to alter bankruptcy exit plan
10/30/2007 [-] Merrion lowers US float price target
10/30/2007 [-] ECB man repeats inflation warning
10/30/2007 [-] Inventors Board Game Pays Off
10/30/2007 [-] 3 Reasons Why SMBs Have Not Flipped For Web 2.0
10/30/2007 [-] Women Entrepreneurs Flex Their Muscles
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. stock indexes off to shaky start
10/30/2007 [-] IRS, DEA Raid East Bay Business
10/30/2007 [-] Business NFA-Ifugao to procure palay from local farmers
10/30/2007 [-] Consumers gloomiest since Katrina aftermath
10/30/2007 [-] House OKs extension of ban on Internet taxes
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch chief resigns
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks Dip Down Ahead Of Fed Rate Decision
10/30/2007 [-] Bank chief quits after biggest-ever losses
10/30/2007 [-] 2 new managers named to do work at vit plant
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch says Chief Executive Stan O'Neal retires, company begins search for replacement
10/30/2007 [-] Elmer's vows review of safety after reports of high lead levels
10/30/2007 [-] Sirius Satellite Radio loss narrows as subscribers grow 50 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Procter Gamble posts better-than-expected profit
10/30/2007 [-] Colgate-Palmolive profit climbs
10/30/2007 [-] Qwest profit jumps, helped by 2.2 billion tax benefit
10/30/2007 [-] MGM Mirage profit up on revenue growth, income from Katrina insurance recoveries
10/30/2007 [-] Avon's profit soars 61%
10/30/2007 [-] Agency sets maximum annual benefit for pension plans taken over next year
10/30/2007 [-] Top 5 Business Card Blunders
10/30/2007 [-] Little progress on halting decay
10/30/2007 [-] P&G outlook disappoints
10/30/2007 [-] Ford, UAW accelerate pace of contract talks
10/30/2007 [-] What are the steps to buying a franchise?
10/30/2007 [-] Finance minister wants EPS to go public
10/30/2007 [-] Biotech business expanding into McDoel building
10/30/2007 [-] Business Digest BioReliance names interim CEO
10/30/2007 [-] Mainers look for business in Seoul
10/30/2007 [-] Helping Small Business Score Advice, Training
10/30/2007 [-] Local Business Briefs 10/30
10/30/2007 [-] Germany's Merkel pushes big business in India
10/30/2007 [-] Applebee's shareholders approve 1.9B sale to pancake house operator IHOP
10/30/2007 [-] ADP payroll business up
10/30/2007 [-] P&G 1Q Profit Up, Cautions on Costs
10/30/2007 [-] Applebee's Shareholders OK 1.9B Offer
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks Fall Ahead of Fed Rate Decision
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO O'Neal Out
10/30/2007 [-] Profits up at Indo's Indian investment
10/30/2007 [-] US consumer mood darkens again
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill CEO pays price for losses
10/30/2007 [-] MGM Mirage 3Q profit rises 18 percent
10/30/2007 [-] London-Tokyo joint venture to base new market for start-up companies
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch statement
10/30/2007 [-] US consumer confidence slumps again
10/30/2007 [-] Matsushita H1 profits slip 9% despite record sales
10/30/2007 [-] Covad Takes Its Business Private Takes Its Business Private
10/30/2007 [-] Modi 'pressurising' businessmen for funds Congress
10/30/2007 [-] Embattled Merrill Lynch CEO Stan O'Neal retires
10/30/2007 [-] Safeco 3rd quarter profit down 24 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Oregon doctor sentenced to 10 months on tax plea
10/30/2007 [-] Ore. pension system continues impressive rebound
10/30/2007 [-] Oil prices ease back
10/30/2007 [-] Debt plan borrowers 'owe £26,500'
10/30/2007 [-] Consumer Confidence Declines On Weaker Business Conditions
10/30/2007 [-] Risky Business Oslo Redeveloping Harbor
10/30/2007 [-] Eye For Opportunity
10/30/2007 [-] Once a black hole of debt, PERS now almost in the black
10/30/2007 [-] Future business leaders 'need to be taught about sustainability'
10/30/2007 [-] Goodyear gains a lot in third quarter
10/30/2007 [-] Umicore says 3Q sales rose 9 pct
10/30/2007 [-] Goodyear swings to profit in third quarter, helped by sale of unit
10/30/2007 [-] MGM Mirage 3Q profit up on revenue growth, income from Katrina insurance recoveries
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch says Chief Executive Stan O'Neal retires
10/30/2007 [-] Industrial gas maker Linde says 3Q profit slips to €134M
10/30/2007 [-] Colgate-Palmolive profit climbs in third quarter on strong growth across all regions
10/30/2007 [-] Fed expected to cut rates to help US economy survive housing, credit woes
10/30/2007 [-] Consumer confidence falls in October to the lowest level in 2 years
10/30/2007 [-] Dutch government to partially lift ban on Segway scooters
10/30/2007 [-] Michelin shares decline as sales growth slides
10/30/2007 [-] Walker's World The three layers of G8
10/30/2007 [-] OFT revises bank charge guidance
10/30/2007 [-] Supermarkets await probe verdict
10/30/2007 [-] AfDB approves 150 mln loan for telecoms link
10/30/2007 [-] Abil says expects FY headline EPS to rise by 20 pct
10/30/2007 [-] Harmony posts Q4 headline loss
10/30/2007 [-] S.Africa to spend 12.37 bln on basic services
10/30/2007 [-] Bad news ahead for Qualcomm?-Business Week
10/30/2007 [-] US faces Consumer Confidence Index drop
10/30/2007 [-] Fed expected to cut rates to help economy survive credit woes
10/30/2007 [-] UBS Posts Larger-Than-Expected Loss
10/30/2007 [-] Cigna to give New York better doctor rankings
10/30/2007 [-] Labor raids put Gap under fire
10/30/2007 [-] Loss narrows for Winn-Dixie
10/30/2007 [-] Major 'takes' provider
10/30/2007 [-] Polymer-maker sets up in Samut Prakan
10/30/2007 [-] Minister abandons amendments
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch chief relinquishes post
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO Stan O'Neal retires after big losses
10/30/2007 [-] Covad Takes Its Business Private
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO O'Neal steps down
10/30/2007 [-] Increased tax take gives South Africa rein to hike spending
10/30/2007 [-] Ericsson target of US class action suit
10/30/2007 [-] Record flotations on Warsaw exchange in 2007
10/30/2007 [-] HSBC sells Marbles credit card brand
10/30/2007 [-] Wolfson Q3 revenues rise
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO O'Neal ousted
10/30/2007 [-] US consumer confidence tumbles
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch says Chief Executive Stan O'Neal retires
10/30/2007 [-] Choosing the next Iron Chef Episode 4
10/30/2007 [-] Miami Children's Hospital names CEO
10/30/2007 [-] Embattled Merrill Lynch CEO retires
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Chooses Interim Leader, Begins Search for C.E.O.
10/30/2007 [-] Keep It Simple and Short
10/30/2007 [-] Flaherty's economic update may include tax cuts
10/30/2007 [-] Sun Life Financial third-quarter earnings rise
10/30/2007 [-] FirstService profit boosted by acquisitions
10/30/2007 [-] Oil prices fall from record high; below US93 a barrel in Asian trading
10/30/2007 [-] Colgate-Palmolive profit climbs in Q3 on strong growth across all regions
10/30/2007 [-] Imperial Tobacco PLC says full-year profit rose 6.3 per cent
10/30/2007 [-] German chemical company BASF's 3Q profit nearly doubles to 1.2 billion euros
10/30/2007 [-] Matsushita Electrical reports declining profit on battery recall costs
10/30/2007 [-] Early market signals negative, Canadian dollar pulls back to 104.62 cents US
10/30/2007 [-] PetroChina raises record 8.9 billion in home IPO
10/30/2007 [-] TransCanada hikes Keystone cost estimate
10/30/2007 [-] Canada September producer prices slide
10/30/2007 [-] Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Q3 earnings jump to US14.9 million from 9.7M
10/30/2007 [-] FirstService quarterly profit up to US17.7M on internal growth, acquisitions
10/30/2007 [-] Swiss bank UBS plunges to Q3 loss after US subprime crisis
10/30/2007 [-] Dorel Industries Q3 profit rises 5.1 per cent to 26.4 million
10/30/2007 [-] P&G and Colgate post double-digit earnings increases
10/30/2007 [-] TransCanada net income rises
10/30/2007 [-] Please don't blame us for 93 oil OPEC
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO O'Neal is ousted
10/30/2007 [-] No reason not to cut personal, corporate taxes Fraser Institute
10/30/2007 [-] Canada dollar dips on rate uncertainty
10/30/2007 [-] Toronto stock index drops 100 points
10/30/2007 [-] Canadian Pacific 'gaining momentum' into 2008; EPS to rise 9-13 per cent
10/30/2007 [-] Bombardier Aerospace launches new Learjet, will be named NXT
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO O'Neal retires after big losses
10/30/2007 [-] Verizon Posts Lower Net, but Sales Rise
10/30/2007 [-] Costello offers business as usual
10/30/2007 [-] G.M. Will Build Its Own Research Center in China
10/30/2007 [-] Check Point CFO leaving in mid-2008
10/30/2007 [-] Ahead of the Bell Chip Sector
10/30/2007 [-] Family blames bad advice for business failures
10/30/2007 [-] Speakeasy Announces Two New Voice Services for Small Business
10/30/2007 [-] R.R. Donnelley earnings up 6% in 3Q
10/30/2007 [-] US Steel 3Q profit drops nearly 36%
10/30/2007 [-] What's on the Fed's mind now?
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO retires amid losses
10/30/2007 [-] S&P Home prices fell for 8th month in August
10/30/2007 [-] Blackhawks score sponsor for televised home games
10/30/2007 [-] Australia OKs Google's DoubleClick buy
10/30/2007 [-] Court hears Supersemar gave millions to businesses
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill chooses interim leader, begins search for CEO
10/30/2007 [-] Teco Energy to Sell Transport Business
10/30/2007 [-] Kitty Hawk closes Fort Wayne cargo hub
10/30/2007 [-] Cincinnati-area Kroger stores face strike
10/30/2007 [-] BP refinery safety violations revealed
10/30/2007 [-] Kigali City Move to Open Up to Night Business Welcome editorial
10/30/2007 [-] Oxford Business Group Forecasts 10% Inflation in Bulgaria
10/30/2007 [-] Procter & Gamble posts better-than-expected 1st quarter profit
10/30/2007 [-] Qwest 3Q profit jumps, helped by 2.2B tax benefit
10/30/2007 [-] Goodyear sees 3rd quarter profit upswing
10/30/2007 [-] Enterprise offers customers carbon offset option
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch says Chief Executive Stan O'Neal retires, company begins search for replacement
10/30/2007 [-] Quest Net Joins Business Forum Sponsors
10/30/2007 [-] Germany's Merkel pushes business in India
10/30/2007 [-] Healthcare Company Cymetrix Adds Senior VP of Business Development
10/30/2007 [-] Telecom equipment makers win FTC approval for merger
10/30/2007 [-] Bank merger's effects still weighing on some
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Chief Is Out; Interim Chairman Named
10/30/2007 [-] Perpetual profit forecast down 5%
10/30/2007 [-] Aristocrat admits to 1.10 compo max
10/30/2007 [-] ANZ to take it to partner
10/30/2007 [-] ConsMin holding linked to Ukraine bidder
10/30/2007 [-] BHP after open iron ore market
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO O'Neal To Retire
10/30/2007 [-] European steel producers lodge anti-dumping complaints against Chinese import
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch CEO O'Neal Retires
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch chief leaves firm
10/30/2007 [-] Britain to maintain restrictions on some EU migrant workers
10/30/2007 [-] LSE, TSE in emerging-market joint venture
10/30/2007 [-] MM Lee says Mumbai has potential as regional business hub
10/30/2007 [-] Japan's Sapporo to cooperate with Morgan Stanley on real estate business
10/30/2007 [-] Highlighting gender divide on pay
10/30/2007 [-] Business would see India nuke deal positively U.S.
10/30/2007 [-] AIB named inspired IT 'Team of the Year'
10/30/2007 [-] 300 new jobs at Newry's Norbrook
10/30/2007 [-] Solicitor €9m 'was already gone'
10/30/2007 [-] Chamber view Poor relations
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. Steel 3Q profit drops nearly 36 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Gender divide over pay
10/30/2007 [-] Bank of China Q3 net profit up 23 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Dassault Systemes says 3rd-quarter profit fell 24 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Avon's Q3 profit soars 61 pct as beauty seller enjoys growth across the board
10/30/2007 [-] Correction China-General Motors story
10/30/2007 [-] Vallourec buys 3 U.S. businesses for US800 million
10/30/2007 [-] Villepin French government had no advance warning of Airbus A380 problems
10/30/2007 [-] Porsche taps new managing director for its China unit
10/30/2007 [-] London's FTSE 100-share index is down 43.80 points to 6,663.50 at midday
10/30/2007 [-] US Steel 3Q profit drops nearly 36 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Xstrata buys stake in Austral Coal
10/30/2007 [-] Indian shares drop after central bank raises cash reserve ratio
10/30/2007 [-] Global economic uncertainties cast shadow over South African growth targets
10/30/2007 [-] Japan's jobless rate up again
10/30/2007 [-] U.S. oil prices fall below 93 a barrel
10/30/2007 [-] Nominations for the prestigious Asian Business Awards Middle East 2007 draw to a close
10/30/2007 [-] Efficiency replaces conservation as the goal of energy saving policies
10/30/2007 [-] Have a to-do list? Your company will help you get it done
10/30/2007 [-] Please don't blame us for 93 oil OPEC
10/30/2007 [-] UBS loss more than expected
10/30/2007 [-] Procter Gamble first-quarter profit rises
10/30/2007 [-] Sirius Satellite quarterly net loss narrows
10/30/2007 [-] Rock boss leaves Persimmon
10/30/2007 [-] German jobless hits 14-year low
10/30/2007 [-] GM to open a research center
10/30/2007 [-] Michigan business news
10/30/2007 [-] Mean machines
10/30/2007 [-] Freep.com business forum
10/30/2007 [-] Oil prices set a record high at 93.53
10/30/2007 [-] Pulte, other builders settle kickback claims
10/30/2007 [-] UAW says Ford talks progressing
10/30/2007 [-] SOARING ABOVE EXPECTATIONS Northwest profit at 244 million in third quarter
10/30/2007 [-] Kellogg profit rises 9% on improved sales
10/30/2007 [-] Covisint IPO is being mulled
10/30/2007 [-] Nardelli eyes worker stock options
10/30/2007 [-] Many foresee buyouts at GM
10/30/2007 [-] TRW Automotive profits up sharply
10/30/2007 [-] 21 M.P.G. IN CITY, 22 M.P.G. ON HIGHWAY Here come GM's hybrid SUVs
10/30/2007 [-] German firms feel US heat on trade with Iran
10/30/2007 [-] German furniture maker Schieder sells Italian unit
10/30/2007 [-] Christian Business Men's committee to hold dinner
10/30/2007 [-] Business journal hires editor
10/30/2007 [-] Bossier City businesses closed after water main break
10/30/2007 [-] Dollar Backs Off Recent Low
10/30/2007 [-] P&G 1Q Profit Rises, Tops View
10/30/2007 [-] Banking on coffee lovers
10/30/2007 [-] Two coal blocks for Mittals
10/30/2007 [-] Coal sparks WVU gift, gripe, too
10/30/2007 [-] Murray & Roberts project order book at 3.39 bln
10/30/2007 [-] EU, Central Africa trade talks to drag on for weeks
10/30/2007 [-] S.Africa government bonds firmer after mini-budget
10/30/2007 [-] S.Africa's Manuel says rand outlook less positive
10/30/2007 [-] S.Africa sees budget surplus over next 3 years
10/30/2007 [-] South Africa's '07 inflation to average 6.2 pct
10/30/2007 [-] S.Africa cuts 2008 GDP forecast, c/act gap to widen
10/30/2007 [-] Vodafone may buy out minority Arcor stake report
10/30/2007 [-] Dollar up 2.55 kopeks, euro down 3.74 kopeks Central Bank
10/30/2007 [-] Addition of 11 Chemicals to Prop. 65 Worries Businesses
10/30/2007 [-] MT. PLEASANT CMU student's taxi business finds niche
10/30/2007 [-] Metro CFO says Oct business 'according to plan'; sees 'average ...
10/30/2007 [-] Thirty years and 1,500 weddings later, Nielsen family sells business
10/30/2007 [-] Lucky Dube's Reggae Business Back on Charts
10/30/2007 [-] China chic is here to stay
10/30/2007 [-] Asia shares mixed pre-Fed
10/30/2007 [-] Buyers at negative equity risk
10/30/2007 [-] 'Excellent' results for Imperial brands
10/30/2007 [-] “New arrangement with IMF needed”
10/30/2007 [-] Ryan Airlines tries to avoid strike
10/30/2007 [-] Nardelli focusing Chrysler on improving design
10/30/2007 [-] Procter & Gamble first-quarter profit rises
10/30/2007 [-] Merrill co-president Fakahany seen leaving sources
10/30/2007 [-] Futures flat over Fed rate cut uncertainty
10/30/2007 [-] China arrests 774 after investigation of substandard goods
10/30/2007 [-] - Class-action lawyer pleads guilty
10/30/2007 [-] Theme nights put swing in Luminar's step
10/30/2007 [-] UBS quarterly loss more than expected
10/30/2007 [-] China not following Hollywood's script
10/30/2007 [-] SUN WUKONG China's latest SEZ banks on harmony
10/30/2007 [-] Business confidence falls in S. Korea, but remains optimisti
10/30/2007 [-] Hong Kong airline negotiator is removed after pilot exodus
10/30/2007 [-] US computer firm to close plant in Northern Ireland
10/30/2007 [-] China's pension fund eyes stake in US private equity firm report
10/30/2007 [-] India's central bank hold interest rates steady
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks climb amid speculation by investors that Fed will cut interest rate
10/30/2007 [-] Jagran Prakashan board recommends stock split
10/30/2007 [-] Office Depot shares fall 14% on earnings delay
10/30/2007 [-] MPC Corp. stock won't be delisted
10/30/2007 [-] Business as usual in stock markets despite credit policy
10/30/2007 [-] China founds its first industrial zone ever in Egypt
10/30/2007 [-] UBS reports 3Q loss of 830 million Swiss francs linked to US subprime woes
10/30/2007 [-] German jobless rate drops below 3.5 million for the first time in 12 years
10/30/2007 [-] Hong Kong shares rise to record on strong demand for Chinese banking stocks
10/30/2007 [-] Takeda shares plunge 12 percent after FDA ruling on cholesterol drug
10/30/2007 [-] China rationing diesel amid shortages blamed on price controls
10/30/2007 [-] S&P/Case-Schiller index, which tracks home prices, slated for release
10/30/2007 [-] October consumer confidence expected to dip as worries about the economy continue
10/30/2007 [-] French beverage company Pernod Ricard says sales grew 7 percent in 1st quarter
10/30/2007 [-] Finnish paper maker UPM's 3Q net profit drops 19 percent on falling sales
10/30/2007 [-] US dollar mostly higher, gold down in European morning trading
10/30/2007 [-] Taiwan's Quanta says quarterly profit jumps 36 percent
10/30/2007 [-] USB Reports a Quarterly Loss
10/30/2007 [-] - Verizon beats estimates, led by wireless growth
10/30/2007 [-] Do you want your kids to go to college? Start saving now
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks rise ahead of Fed meeting despite record oil prices
10/30/2007 [-] SAN FRANCISCO BEA Systems may look to other suitors
10/30/2007 [-] NEW YORK Bear Stearns lays off 300
10/30/2007 [-] CINCINNATI Chiquita to cut jobs, close facilities
10/30/2007 [-] IBM finds use for chip trash
10/30/2007 [-] Oil price soars as Mexico cuts production
10/30/2007 [-] FCC to drop apartment cable exclusivity
10/30/2007 [-] Verizon earnings fall 34 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Hollywood Braces For Writers Strike
10/30/2007 [-] Horizon confident its planes are safe
10/30/2007 [-] Fed expected to cut key interest rate
10/30/2007 [-] 3rd lawyer pleads guilty in kickback case
10/30/2007 [-] Consumer watchdog shuns funding
10/30/2007 [-] 888 says net gaming revenue up
10/30/2007 [-] Sterling hits 26-year high vs dollar
10/30/2007 [-] PNB plans branches abroad
10/30/2007 [-] Best practices A fresh approach to marketing nets new accounts for credit union
10/30/2007 [-] Kraft names new marketing chief
10/30/2007 [-] FTSE led lower by Vodafone, pre-Fed caution sets in
10/30/2007 [-] Zimbabwe companies warned over foreign exchange
10/30/2007 [-] Mvela Group to buy up to 30 pct of Johncom media
10/30/2007 [-] After Minnesota, Utah Guv comes to India seeking business
10/30/2007 [-] Tecom Investments wins acclaim from global business leaders at EFQM Athens forum
10/30/2007 [-] Pernod sees strong Jameson sales
10/30/2007 [-] Danske's nine month figures as expected
10/30/2007 [-] Downtown businesses in Aberdeen to offer treats
10/30/2007 [-] Aberdeen business adds three staffers
10/30/2007 [-] Battle rages for HD movie supremacy
10/30/2007 [-] Cold medicine dose cup recalled
10/30/2007 [-] SinoFresh plans to enter allergy medicine business with help
10/30/2007 [-] Biotech building's exterior 90% complete
10/30/2007 [-] Banks' correspondent accounts with CBR decline 17.5%
10/30/2007 [-] Crude oil prices surge to record 93.53 a barrel
10/30/2007 [-] Oil futures hit record
10/30/2007 [-] Germany's Merkel pushes business in India
10/30/2007 [-] Osceola officials hope nature-based tourism is next big catch
10/30/2007 [-] JAL Stakes Turnaround Of Air Cargo Business On Streamlining
10/30/2007 [-] Trader's fight to stay in business
10/30/2007 [-] The Business of Technology Intel Q3 2007
10/30/2007 [-] President asks businessmen to help improve local welfare
10/30/2007 [-] The Jury
10/30/2007 [-] Use your cc power for good, not evil
10/30/2007 [-] Smooth sailing possible with older laptop port
10/30/2007 [-] Microsoft, "Halo" maker Bungie split
10/30/2007 [-] Audit Some ineligible businesses got hurricane recovery gra
10/30/2007 [-] Auditor Recovery grants flawed
10/30/2007 [-] India to export sugar to Kazakhstan
10/30/2007 [-] Teaching hotels to be gay-friendly
10/30/2007 [-] Man faked car trouble then robbed Hampton business
10/30/2007 [-] International visitor arrivals in Hawaii rise
10/30/2007 [-] Hawaii Data Report Visitors to Maui
10/30/2007 [-] SET closes almost 1% lower
10/30/2007 [-] Govt drops Currency Act amendment
10/30/2007 [-] TRAF becomes takeover target
10/30/2007 [-] Austria's voestalpine takes over Brazil steelmaker Meincol
10/30/2007 [-] Sweden's central bank to raise interest rates to 4.00 per cent
10/30/2007 [-] German jobless continues to fall, despite slowing growth
10/30/2007 [-] BASF posts earnings, sales jump boosted by acquisitions
10/30/2007 [-] Profit-taking pulls down Nikkei index
10/30/2007 [-] OPEC crude price cracks 85-dollar mark
10/30/2007 [-] Jobless rate, household spending up in Japan in September
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks see second day of gains in China
10/30/2007 [-] Jay Hancock's blog Grassley says colleges should use endowments to cut tuition
10/30/2007 [-] Progress Energy plans new power plant
10/30/2007 [-] Henry Tang to attend Beijing-HK symposium
10/30/2007 [-] Misys, HCL to jointly sell banking software in Asia
10/30/2007 [-] High level of foriegn takeovers
10/30/2007 [-] OZtion Announces New Software to Accelerate Online Sales for Small Australian Businesses
10/30/2007 [-] Midway-Sunset 81.95/barrel up 1.65 West Texas Intermediate 93.53 up 1.67
10/30/2007 [-] BAE says not picked for UAE jet training programme
10/30/2007 [-] Don't ignore that inner voice
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks lift; oil prices continue to soar
10/30/2007 [-] Google invests in two VC funds in India
10/30/2007 [-] House opens small business contracts to VC
10/30/2007 [-] Old National reports 6.3% earnings growth in quarter
10/30/2007 [-] Global stocks, oil come off boil
10/30/2007 [-] Greeks behind RK Beograd takeover
10/30/2007 [-] 168m for small business training
10/30/2007 [-] Matsushita posts surprise profit gain on cameras
10/30/2007 [-] If lightning strikes, drop Playstation
10/30/2007 [-] Child advocates upset over violence in 'Manhunt 2' video game
10/30/2007 [-] S.Africa auctions 400 mln rand R206 government bonds
10/30/2007 [-] Official China's auto policies to adapt to rising trade friction, competition
10/30/2007 [-] Dollar falls versus yen ahead of Fed meeting
10/30/2007 [-] Tokyo's Nikkei falls 0.3 percent, hurt by dug maker's decline
10/30/2007 [-] Estonia underwater gas pipeline poses threat
10/30/2007 [-] How to finance your small business
10/30/2007 [-] Businesses ready ... aim ... hold their fire
10/30/2007 [-] Area companies to be in business census
10/30/2007 [-] Some Ineligible Businesses Got Hurricane Recovery Grants
10/30/2007 [-] Movement aims for PERSI to divest all funds from Sudan-supported businesses
10/30/2007 [-] Baugur 'may make bid for Saks'
10/30/2007 [-] Waste rules catch firms unaware
10/30/2007 [-] Exxon can contest 2.5bn oil fine
10/30/2007 [-] US Treasury Secretary says US economy strong enough to overcome trouble in housing market
10/30/2007 [-] Singapore central bank says growth to ease, inflation to pick up in 2008
10/30/2007 [-] German retailer Metro reports €65M 3rd-quarter loss citing tax cost
10/30/2007 [-] Matsushita reports declining profit on recall costs
10/30/2007 [-] Japan's Fujifilm sees profit rise on flat panel materials, office equipment
10/30/2007 [-] Report GM Daewoo completes South Korean test center
10/30/2007 [-] Euro backs off record high, lower against US dollar
10/30/2007 [-] Imperial Tobacco says full-year profit rose 6.3 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Malaysia Keep Myanmar politics out of ASEAN-EU free trade talks
10/30/2007 [-] Norsk Hydro reports strong gain in 3Q net profit
10/30/2007 [-] German chemical company BASF's 3Q profit nearly doubles to €1.2 billion
10/30/2007 [-] Dutch KPN telecom third quarter sales flat, profits rise
10/30/2007 [-] Airbus in talks with Air India about A380
10/30/2007 [-] Swedish central bank raises key interest rate to 4 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Business sector green guide published
10/30/2007 [-] D.M. candidates for mayor differ on role of business
10/30/2007 [-] About Barton Solvents Family-owned business made its home in D.M.
10/30/2007 [-] China's biggest trade fair reports drop in attendance in wake of product recalls
10/30/2007 [-] Gold closes down in Hong Kong at US786.05 an ounce
10/30/2007 [-] Power failures businesses losing money
10/30/2007 [-] Business focus should be on interna...
10/30/2007 [-] Business conditions, confidence down, but pace robust NAB
10/30/2007 [-] Coalition offers small business training
10/30/2007 [-] SINOTRANS Group to float dry bulk cargo business in Hong Kong
10/30/2007 [-] Peeping Toms on official business
10/30/2007 [-] American Italian Pasta settles suit alleging securities law violationsPost a Comment
10/30/2007 [-] Imperial earnings rise, Altadis delay hits shares
10/30/2007 [-] Google plan sees phones by mid-2008 report
10/30/2007 [-] Bangkok's upmarket hotels heading for 30-per-cent vacancies
10/30/2007 [-] Austrian Erste Bank reports record third-quarter profit
10/30/2007 [-] PGG Wrightson anticipates 'golden period' in agriculture
10/30/2007 [-] Dollar edges up from record lows before Fed meeting
10/30/2007 [-] Shanghai copper falls 1.9 pct; LME, growth weigh
10/30/2007 [-] Botswana leaves rates unchanged at 14.5 pct
10/30/2007 [-] S.Africa rand off highs, bonds gain
10/30/2007 [-] Banks lead European stocks lower, Fed meeting eyed
10/30/2007 [-] Massmart says 14-week sales to Sept up 12.5 pct
10/30/2007 [-] Bullish PPC ups FY headline EPS on building boom
10/30/2007 [-] Weaker US economy seen as slowing Singapore's 2008 growth
10/30/2007 [-] Metro posts loss but boosts sales forecast
10/30/2007 [-] Danish probe suggests new fault in Dash 8-Q400 plane
10/30/2007 [-] EU gives green light to Mitsubishi-Areva joint nuclear venture
10/30/2007 [-] Morning business news
10/30/2007 [-] Japan's jobless rate rises to 4%
10/30/2007 [-] US home loans crisis hits profits at UBS
10/30/2007 [-] Douglas Wallace planning 100 new jobs
10/30/2007 [-] Machinists back in school
10/30/2007 [-] I've fought tough battles Qantas chair
10/30/2007 [-] Pembroke Pines' The Shops set to open
10/30/2007 [-] Insurers willing to take Citizens policies
10/30/2007 [-] Chiquita to reduce costs up to 80 million a year
10/30/2007 [-] Justices take up Valdez case
10/30/2007 [-] TV ready to get real if writers go on strike
10/30/2007 [-] South Florida medical-supply company Pharmed downsizes amid bankruptcy
10/30/2007 [-] Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show a success for many vendors
10/30/2007 [-] Oil retreats below 93 dollars
10/30/2007 [-] Indian police rescue child workers from factory
10/30/2007 [-] Port of Tauranga first quarter mixed, merger failure a mystery
10/30/2007 [-] Opus soars on debut, highlight on quiet market
10/30/2007 [-] China's pension fund eyes stake in US private equity firm FT
10/30/2007 [-] Palmerston North attracts OzJet to replace Freedom
10/30/2007 [-] NZ Windfarms to seek consent for extension
10/30/2007 [-] Wood Mac profits jump 47%, lifted by research retainers
10/30/2007 [-] TV networks prepare to turn to reality shows if writers strike
10/30/2007 [-] Writers strike could affect TV shows
10/30/2007 [-] IBM gives boost to solar energy
10/30/2007 [-] Tokyo, London bourses to create new Asia growth market
10/30/2007 [-] UBS plunges to third quarter loss after US sub-prime crisis
10/30/2007 [-] China says hundreds arrested amid product-safety clampdown
10/30/2007 [-] Rwanda Kigali City Move to Open Up to Night Business Welcome
10/30/2007 [-] Australian business conditions nudge down
10/30/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Ends Weaker Oct 30, 2007
10/30/2007 [-] Australia's Alesco Corp Sticks To 2008 Earnings Guidance
10/30/2007 [-] Coles takeover gains momentum
10/30/2007 [-] Tabcorp Pays NSW Govt US$91 MLN To Remain Sole Casino Operator
10/30/2007 [-] PetroChina Raises 8.9 Billion in Stock Offering
10/30/2007 [-] European Steel Makers Urge Tariffs on Chinese Imports
10/30/2007 [-] China's securities company buy into future brokers, awaits upcoming reform
10/30/2007 [-] Dayton airport sets passenger record in September
10/30/2007 [-] Ameristar Casinos could be an attractive property for buyersPost a Comment
10/30/2007 [-] Dubai Ports Concern Expands in Singapore
10/30/2007 [-] Sweden Truck Makers Profit Rises
10/30/2007 [-] Xstrata Makes Offer Bids for Nickel Mine
10/30/2007 [-] 450 PARK IS SOLD FOR RECORD 1,566/SQ. FT.
10/30/2007 [-] BULL STUCK IN NEUTRAL
10/30/2007 [-] VERIZON JUST BEATS THE STREET
10/30/2007 [-] UBS' SWISS MISS
10/30/2007 [-] CNN IS GOING VIRTUAL
10/30/2007 [-] OFFICE DEPOT SHARES FALL AFTER EARNINGS DELAY
10/30/2007 [-] 700 ARE LAID OFF AT BOFA BEAR
10/30/2007 [-] MTV, AOL ARE MAKING SWEET MUSIC TOGETHER
10/30/2007 [-] CHINESE GAMBIT
10/30/2007 [-] LERACH PLEADS GUILTY
10/30/2007 [-] SWINDLER'S APPEAL IS REJECTED
10/30/2007 [-] HOW A FED INTEREST-RATE CUT MAY BACKFIRE
10/30/2007 [-] CRUDE OIL IS BARRELING TOWARD 100
10/30/2007 [-] MERRILL WATCH
10/30/2007 [-] CEOs see falling home prices and mounting foreclosures
10/30/2007 [-] Hilton Hotels gets new leader
10/30/2007 [-] Stocks gain on Fed hopes
10/30/2007 [-] Small rival takes deep breath
10/30/2007 [-] Conference Aims to Help Businesses Plan for Disasters
10/30/2007 [-] Economic declines cast a pall over Midwest businesses
10/30/2007 [-] Dana reaches settlement on asbestos claims
10/30/2007 [-] Midwest manufacturing dips slightly in September
10/30/2007 [-] MonoSol production plant construction underway
10/30/2007 [-] Black radio hosts call for economic boycott
10/30/2007 [-] Jury awards 5.57M to former Chevron engineer for wrongful firing
10/30/2007 [-] Doha round of trade talks in last mile, says Indian minister
10/30/2007 [-] BASF posts jump in sales, earnings on strong global demand
10/30/2007 [-] Gannett, Tribune team to expand Metromix sites
10/30/2007 [-] Republic will buy back 1.5M shares from WexAir
10/30/2007 [-] Interactive Intelligence earnings increase 29%
10/30/2007 [-] Crude oil pricing has ripple effect
10/30/2007 [-] Life sciences' global role is focus of Purdue forum
10/30/2007 [-] Simon lays foundation for a new acquisition
10/30/2007 [-] ImmuneWorks to help patients breathe easier
10/30/2007 [-] Concrete concern settles civil suit
10/30/2007 [-] Orchard, dairy farm tours fuel ag tourism boom
10/30/2007 [-] UBS reports losses after credit crisis
10/30/2007 [-] Buzz on Business Workshop for startup businesses slated
10/30/2007 [-] Supplier offers fixed gas rate to residents, businesses in Massillon
10/30/2007 [-] Experts Recession looms
10/30/2007 [-] Warning protects pet owner
10/30/2007 [-] Innovators take patent bill battle to US Senate
10/30/2007 [-] Pfizer says German court revokes Lipitor patent
10/30/2007 [-] Bombardier shares fall on grounding news
10/30/2007 [-] Resources lift dollar, stocks
10/30/2007 [-] Humberts says year profit to miss expectations
10/30/2007 [-] Nightclub firm Luminar profit rises
10/30/2007 [-] Imperial earnings up as Altadis approval seen soon
10/30/2007 [-] 888 says net gaming revenues up
10/30/2007 [-] Schroders third quarter profit up
10/30/2007 [-] Germany, India seek to boost ties in business, defense, science and technology
10/30/2007 [-] Asians automakers winning a 50 year battle for US pocketbooks
10/30/2007 [-] Paulson praises India's progress
10/30/2007 [-] Wen's Russia visit to produce 10 deals
10/30/2007 [-] New Proposals Considered To Stop Foreclosures
10/30/2007 [-] Green planes good for the airline business
10/30/2007 [-] UBS posts loss after US bad debt
10/30/2007 [-] Indonesia gets 400-million-dollar package for health, education
10/30/2007 [-] Pope & Talbot files for bankruptcy in Canada
10/30/2007 [-] Visions of Fed cut lure investors
10/30/2007 [-] Pay a premium, get a private firefighter
10/30/2007 [-] High-risk orbit sends Merrill's star CEO crashing
10/30/2007 [-] Rebuff of Oracle means BEA faces battle with Icahn
10/30/2007 [-] Symetra sets IPO shares at 18 to 20
10/30/2007 [-] Boeing OKs 7 billion to buy back more stock
10/30/2007 [-] Fed likely sharpening knife; some hope cut will be deep
10/30/2007 [-] A Search for a Chief Who Can Unite Merrill Lynch
10/30/2007 [-] Sinopec says quarterly profit rose 5.5 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Government forecaster revises down Australia's grain harvest due to drought
10/30/2007 [-] Another kind of 'vampire' invades homes energy-sucking 'standby mode'
10/30/2007 [-] Japan unemployment rate worsens while household spending rises
10/30/2007 [-] Tokyo stock market's main index falls 0.3 percent
10/30/2007 [-] Japan's Mitsubishi Motors says loss shrinks in first-half
10/30/2007 [-] Chrysler CEO Nardelli pleased with labor contract, wants to raise 1B by selling property
10/30/2007 [-] Oil eases as investors take profits
10/30/2007 [-] Prudential launches Hong Kong funds
10/30/2007 [-] China's pension fund eyes stake in US private equity firm FT
10/30/2007 [-] RUXX investment index set to open 1.23% up
10/30/2007 [-] Union Footwear injected new life
10/30/2007 [-] LEAD IP Mobile returns business license, files for bankruptcy+
10/30/2007 [-] Health care benefits sticker shockPost a Comment
10/30/2007 [-] API 'well placed' for positive results
10/30/2007 [-] Industry's inspirational figures
10/30/2007 [-] Prima group grows
10/30/2007 [-] Software support for youngsters
10/30/2007 [-] McKeith leads Chamber
10/30/2007 [-] Divorce US style
10/30/2007 [-] Business deals
10/30/2007 [-] £147m in 147th year
10/30/2007 [-] Cussons cleans up
10/30/2007 [-] Morley eyes Penny Lane
10/30/2007 [-] £13m Deva Centre sale
10/30/2007 [-] Frogmore Northern's joy
10/30/2007 [-] Library wins top title
10/30/2007 [-] China success lifts Bentley
10/30/2007 [-] Eddie drives to M2
10/30/2007 [-] Renovo continues growth
10/30/2007 [-] Co-op to quit city centre
10/30/2007 [-] Int`l business income of China`s Sinohydro Corp tops US935 mln
10/30/2007 [-] Oil prices fall back from highs
10/30/2007 [-] Web Marketing to a Segment Too Big to Be a Niche
10/30/2007 [-] Denmark tops Economist Intelligence Unit's business environment rankings for 2008-2012; US and Ireland slip
10/30/2007 [-] NAM Business Forum this Week in Cuba
10/30/2007 [-] Participants Left Uninformed in Some Halted Medical Trials
10/30/2007 [-] Australian business conditions slip
10/30/2007 [-] Australian regulator ok with Google's DoubeClick takeover
10/30/2007 [-] Bayer drops drug plan
10/30/2007 [-] Defense argues 225M hedge fund loss by Pittsburgh advisor not a crime
10/30/2007 [-] LaSalle ice cream debuts in region
10/30/2007 [-] US Airways dangles buyouts
10/30/2007 [-] Rare 3M diamond focus of LeNature's fight
10/30/2007 [-] Job creation increases slightly
10/30/2007 [-] Singapore growth seen slowing in 2008 central bank
10/30/2007 [-] Australia's Stockland Forks Out US$25 MLN For Melbourne Site
10/30/2007 [-] Australia's Myer Family Happy For Wesfarmers To Acquire Coles
10/30/2007 [-] Australian Retailer JB Hi-Fi Expects Annual Sales To Rise 33%
10/30/2007 [-] Australia's Aviation Boom May Not Last Eddington


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