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10/31/2007 [-] Oil Prices Near Record High
10/31/2007 [-] SF, LA Mayors Criticize Gov's Health Plan
10/31/2007 [-] Clorox To Buy Burt's Bees For 925M
10/31/2007 [-] Uganda Pakistanis Open Up Business, Trade Office
10/31/2007 [-] Higher Gas Prices Hurt Businesses
10/31/2007 [-] Loonie hits modern-day high above 1.06 US
10/31/2007 [-] Gold breaks 800 US an ounce
10/31/2007 [-] Barrick reports third-quarter profit of US345 million, down from year ago
10/31/2007 [-] TSX Group Q3 revenue up 31 per cent to 106.1 million, reducing listing fees
10/31/2007 [-] Alberta's energy minister explains new royalty scheme to Wall Street
10/31/2007 [-] That's all there is for tax cuts, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says
10/31/2007 [-] Canadian Oil Sands profit jumps with prices, output
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. Fed Cuts Rates Quarter-Point
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. Oil Closes At Record 94.53 A Barrel
10/31/2007 [-] Gold Tops 800 For First Time In 27 Years
10/31/2007 [-] House leads push to strengthen small business contracting
10/31/2007 [-] Chrylser will keep PT Cruiser, cut convertible
10/31/2007 [-] NZ dollar spikes after US interest rates cut
10/31/2007 [-] Growth limitations killed airport investment bid
10/31/2007 [-] Ferrier Hodgson moves to KordaMentha
10/31/2007 [-] NZ sharemarket continues to ease
10/31/2007 [-] Bean says Bank can't relax on inflation
10/31/2007 [-] Lee¡¯s Ex-Business Partner to Be Extradited in 2 Weeks
10/31/2007 [-] Adom Mmoroso in brisk business after robbery attack
10/31/2007 [-] Loonie at highest level on record
10/31/2007 [-] US recalls 440,000 lead-tainted Chinese-made toys
10/31/2007 [-] Westpac net profit up 12.4%
10/31/2007 [-] Prudential posts third-quarter earnings
10/31/2007 [-] Advance Auto earnings rise
10/31/2007 [-] MetLife posts flat earnings per share
10/31/2007 [-] Boston Scientific says jury finds it infringed JJ unit patent
10/31/2007 [-] Amdocs earnings up for Q4, year
10/31/2007 [-] Strong Business Ethic At MTV Europe Awards
10/31/2007 [-] Lees Ex-Business Partner to Be Extradited in 2 Weeks
10/31/2007 [-] Google stock crosses 700 for first time
10/31/2007 [-] REPORT ON TRADING-WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, 2007 - THE TRINIDAD & TOBAGO STOCK EXCHANGE LIMITED
10/31/2007 [-] Barrick Gold profit falls on costs, output drop
10/31/2007 [-] Gold tops 800 an ounce, investors and jewelry-buying consumers unlikely to worry
10/31/2007 [-] Gold tops 800 an ounce - but investors and jewelry-buying consumers unlikely to worry
10/31/2007 [-] Court grants GlaxoSmithKine's request for temporary injunction delaying new patent rules
10/31/2007 [-] Writers, producers resume talks
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. stocks close up after Fed move
10/31/2007 [-] Fed trims US rates, but cautious on further cuts
10/31/2007 [-] Fed cuts key US rate by quarter-point
10/31/2007 [-] Marines grant Nav
10/31/2007 [-] Provena's Urbana center seeing better cash flow, Moody's says
10/31/2007 [-] Will the Bull Market Keep Stampeding?
10/31/2007 [-] A Quarter-Point Cut, But Is It the Last?
10/31/2007 [-] MetLife Inc does not meet Wall Street expectations
10/31/2007 [-] Chrysler LLC sacks thousands of salaried workers
10/31/2007 [-] Broker convicted of defrauding Ohio bureau
10/31/2007 [-] Euro inflation hits two-year high as job queues shrink to ...
10/31/2007 [-] Fed lowers rates again amid U.S. housing crunch
10/31/2007 [-] Chrysler Laying Off Thousands of Workers
10/31/2007 [-] Stocks Leap Higher After Fed Rate Cut
10/31/2007 [-] Groups urge 'Do Not Track List' for online advertisers
10/31/2007 [-] Loonie closes in on 1.06 US
10/31/2007 [-] Penn West adds heft with Canetic deal
10/31/2007 [-] Canada not in store for new big tax cuts Flaherty
10/31/2007 [-] Flaherty No big new tax cuts in budget
10/31/2007 [-] Loonie hits 130-year high versus greenback
10/31/2007 [-] Fed cuts key interest rate for second time to guard against recession threats
10/31/2007 [-] Loonie closes above US1.05 for first time since 1957
10/31/2007 [-] Oil smashes 94-dollar barrier on Fed rate cut, tight US supply
10/31/2007 [-] Harry Potter helps lift Indigo Books to profit
10/31/2007 [-] Google's shares surpass 700 dlrs for first time
10/31/2007 [-] Torstar profit edges higher, but currency squeezes
10/31/2007 [-] Nunavut enjoys another record year of mineral exploration
10/31/2007 [-] Trick-or-treat overload
10/31/2007 [-] Oil surges near 95 a barrel on supply worries
10/31/2007 [-] Fed comments propel stocks; Google hits 700
10/31/2007 [-] Workshop Calendar for October 31, 2007
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10/31/2007 [-] Gold breaks 800 for first time since 1980
10/31/2007 [-] Wal-Mart to carry 200 computer
10/31/2007 [-] Huron shares dip on earnings disappointment
10/31/2007 [-] Aon Corp. to slash 2,700 jobs
10/31/2007 [-] Fed cuts interest rates a quarter point
10/31/2007 [-] Cerberus withdraws 6.1 bln offer for ACS
10/31/2007 [-] Way Forward doesn't include Crown Vic
10/31/2007 [-] Clorox to buy lip balm maker Burt's Bees for 925 million
10/31/2007 [-] Ex-N.D. governor named to ag post
10/31/2007 [-] Getting Down to BusinessWeek with Modernista!
10/31/2007 [-] Dollar slumps against euro, British pound as Fed announces quarter-point rate cut
10/31/2007 [-] Skyrocketing cropland prices shackle some farmers
10/31/2007 [-] Explosion Rocks Business Near GSP
10/31/2007 [-] Bank's Bean says growth may slow
10/31/2007 [-] Toyota unveils 10th generation Corolla for 2009 model year
10/31/2007 [-] EU rules to open up financial markets to enter into force
10/31/2007 [-] Zipcar to acquire Flexcar in pairing of top US car-sharing services
10/31/2007 [-] Philip Morris USA takes aim at rival's use of letter 'M'
10/31/2007 [-] Bulgaria aiming for 6.4 pct GDP growth and 6.9 pct inflation in 2008
10/31/2007 [-] US House panel OKs Peru free trade pact including labor, environment standards
10/31/2007 [-] Text of Federal Reserve policy statements on interest rates
10/31/2007 [-] Deutsche Boerse 3Q profit up 36 percent to €238.2M
10/31/2007 [-] Kenya Skewed Trade May Delay Business Pact With EU
10/31/2007 [-] Economic growth brisk, more jobs seen
10/31/2007 [-] Business transaction costs lowered, says NCC
10/31/2007 [-] Fall in crude oil inventories raise oil futures to new record
10/31/2007 [-] Federal Reserve carries out second rate reduction this year
10/31/2007 [-] Fed makes expected US rate cut
10/31/2007 [-] Verizon to expand business in India
10/31/2007 [-] Australia to benefit from US rate cut
10/31/2007 [-] Fed lowers key interest rate by a quarter point
10/31/2007 [-] Business Report for Thursday, November 1, 2007
10/31/2007 [-] Zipcar to acquire Flexcar
10/31/2007 [-] rediff Business
10/31/2007 [-] Fed cuts key rate by quarter point
10/31/2007 [-] Dying 'costs £6,000'
10/31/2007 [-] FTSE closes at 6721.6
10/31/2007 [-] Wall Street drilling for Middle East riches
10/31/2007 [-] Oil jumps 4 percent to record over 94 a barrel
10/31/2007 [-] Fed cuts key interest rates for second time this year
10/31/2007 [-] Report Chrysler To Cut 1,000 More Jobs
10/31/2007 [-] Fed cuts rate by a quarter point
10/31/2007 [-] Not Exactly a Cut-Rate Economy
10/31/2007 [-] Stocks Mixed After Fed Rate Cut News
10/31/2007 [-] Oil jumps 4 percent to record over 94 a barrel
10/31/2007 [-] Royal Mail posts drop in profit
10/31/2007 [-] Mexican holiday producing a range of wearables
10/31/2007 [-] Protesters in costume at FCC hearing
10/31/2007 [-] Fed Cuts Key Interest Rate
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. oil prices up ahead of Fed decision
10/31/2007 [-] Indigo Books lowers prices in Canada
10/31/2007 [-] More pain at the pump ahead?
10/31/2007 [-] Provenco looks to better times
10/31/2007 [-] G20 developing nations seek push in WTO talks Brazil
10/31/2007 [-] Chrysler cuts 1,000 contract workers
10/31/2007 [-] Fed Cuts Interest Rate A Quarter-Point
10/31/2007 [-] Zimbabwe Bulawayo Business Community Takes Lead to Solve Water Crisis
10/31/2007 [-] Omni to buy fluid service provider
10/31/2007 [-] VIDEO Winnebago Publication Covers Business News
10/31/2007 [-] National business leaders drawn to local conference
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. stocks gain before Fed rate news
10/31/2007 [-] Coming business events
10/31/2007 [-] Sony-SNE exploring equity partnerships for visual effects animations business
10/31/2007 [-] Retirement Accounts For The Self Employed
10/31/2007 [-] Gray Googlers Strike Gold
10/31/2007 [-] Intel chairman says funding African education, health projects is good for business
10/31/2007 [-] ECB's rate bind deepens as economy slows, inflation surges
10/31/2007 [-] Newmont Mining 3Q profit doubles on 1-time gains and improved operations
10/31/2007 [-] Brazil rallies developing nations for WTO talks on farm and industrial goods
10/31/2007 [-] EU pushes to open phone and Internet sector, calls national regulators ineffective
10/31/2007 [-] Agfa-Gevaert says 3rd-quarter loss widens as sales fell, costs rose
10/31/2007 [-] Fastweb reports widening of 3Q net loss, cuts on 2007 targets
10/31/2007 [-] Generali third quarter net profit up 9 percent on higher premiums
10/31/2007 [-] Brazil oil company cuts gas supply to major cities
10/31/2007 [-] Svenska Cellulosa says 3Q profit rose 32 percent
10/31/2007 [-] Toy 'R' Us recalls Chinese-made lead-contaminated military toys
10/31/2007 [-] SUEZ Energy North America Announces Executive Appointments in New Renewable Energy Business Division
10/31/2007 [-] Solutia secures funding to exit bankruptcy
10/31/2007 [-] LIVE CHAT TODAY
10/31/2007 [-] Business Trade forum caps coop month
10/31/2007 [-] Wall Street Rallies, Waits For Fed Announcement
10/31/2007 [-] Liberty parent agrees to Medco 1.5 billion buyout
10/31/2007 [-] Acer files 2 more countersuits against Hewlett-Packard in US
10/31/2007 [-] Alcatel-Lucent cuts 4,000 jobs after loss
10/31/2007 [-] Pound at 26-yr high vs dollar
10/31/2007 [-] Business fire forces evacuations
10/31/2007 [-] Economy grows at brisk pace in summer
10/31/2007 [-] Business casual Jacksonville workers show off their costumes
10/31/2007 [-] Deutsche Bank escapes the worst from US housing crisis
10/31/2007 [-] Dutch bank ABN Amro will not publish third quarter figures
10/31/2007 [-] Oil price hits record $94 a barrel
10/31/2007 [-] Business 2 foreign firms mull investing in natural gas pipeline
10/31/2007 [-] Mind Your OWN Business
10/31/2007 [-] Oil Hits 94 After Inventories Fall
10/31/2007 [-] Wall Street Rallies After GDP Reading
10/31/2007 [-] Oregon utility regulators approve minor rate changes
10/31/2007 [-] Many State Street Businesses Support Freakfest
10/31/2007 [-] Business Biz permits application for 2008 starts today
10/31/2007 [-] FCC orders competition for cable TV in apartments
10/31/2007 [-] Deutsche Bank emerges unscathed from credit crunch
10/31/2007 [-] SIA posts second-quarter gain but uncertainty ahead
10/31/2007 [-] ECB under pressure as eurozone inflation surges
10/31/2007 [-] Kraft reports profits drop in 3rd quarter, citing higher costs
10/31/2007 [-] Norwegian central bank leaves key rate unchanged
10/31/2007 [-] Scaring up fun at work Halloween festivities can boost morale
10/31/2007 [-] World Economic Forum US back on top in economic competitiveness
10/31/2007 [-] Employment costs grow at more subdued pace, easing inflation pressures
10/31/2007 [-] Federal mediator tries to help avoid strike in Hollywood writer talks
10/31/2007 [-] MasterCard posts 63% rise in profit
10/31/2007 [-] Kraft Foods profit falls 20%
10/31/2007 [-] Ahead of U.S. rate decision, dollar hits new lows
10/31/2007 [-] Bush to name ex-N.D. governor as USDA chief
10/31/2007 [-] Bank offers to buy back shares
10/31/2007 [-] Naspers may sell Greek pay-TV unit
10/31/2007 [-] Gold moves towards 28-year high, awaits Fed
10/31/2007 [-] SPX Corp sees South Africa as next hot market
10/31/2007 [-] S.Africa rand, stocks tad firmer; market eyes Fed
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10/31/2007 [-] EU rebuffs trade deal accusations
10/31/2007 [-] Small business 'dismay' at supermarket probe
10/31/2007 [-] Bugtraq Secunia Research McAfee E-Business Server Auth Packet HandlingBuffer Overflow
10/31/2007 [-] US economy shrugs off subprime fallout
10/31/2007 [-] Oil price at record 94 a barrel
10/31/2007 [-] Slate Launching Business Site
10/31/2007 [-] Energy futures surge after the government reports supplies fell sharply for second week
10/31/2007 [-] Canada dollar up ahead of Fed decision, bonds sag
10/31/2007 [-] Uranium One cuts 2007 output forecast, stock falls sharply
10/31/2007 [-] Bank of Canada injects C610 mln to add liquidity
10/31/2007 [-] Sherritt International Q3 earnings drop to 65.M from year-ago 74.1M
10/31/2007 [-] Scotiabank sees Mexican unit adding to earnings
10/31/2007 [-] Oil rallies to 93 on U.S. inventory slump
10/31/2007 [-] Kraft profit hit by dairy prices
10/31/2007 [-] Strong travel demand boosts profits at Singapore Airlines
10/31/2007 [-] How can we build buzz?
10/31/2007 [-] Geeks, Inc.
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10/31/2007 [-] Startups, 101
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10/31/2007 [-] How do I start blogging?
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10/31/2007 [-] Is my business franchise-worthy?
10/31/2007 [-] Where can non-MBAs get advice?
10/31/2007 [-] What should I consider when starting a consulting biz?
10/31/2007 [-] Businesses ignore smoking ban
10/31/2007 [-] Former GM exec O'Neal out at Merrill Lynch
10/31/2007 [-] Visteon to cut 500 jobs as restructuring continues
10/31/2007 [-] Lighthouse Bank open for business
10/31/2007 [-] 'PilotGirl' Stark brings new business into view
10/31/2007 [-] Business scrapbook Ritzy Rover Canines Couture in Temecula to mark grand opening
10/31/2007 [-] Business Paperless boarding pass to take flight
10/31/2007 [-] Business Digest CBS sells old headquarters
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10/31/2007 [-] Closer scrutiny set at ports under security program
10/31/2007 [-] Global chemical producer opens US40m plant in Singapore
10/31/2007 [-] Opening up of Singapore-KL route will have positive impact analysts
10/31/2007 [-] Temasek submits final defence in anti-monopoly case
10/31/2007 [-] Straits Asia Resources buys Indonesian coal mine for US350m
10/31/2007 [-] COSCO reports 37% growth in Q3 profit to S98m
10/31/2007 [-] MediaCorp unveils programmes across all platforms for next year
10/31/2007 [-] SIA's Q2 profit jumps higher than expected 73% to S508m
10/31/2007 [-] Deutsche Bank's Trading Business Swings to Loss
10/31/2007 [-] Perrigo Co. raises dividend
10/31/2007 [-] CMS sells Jamaica power plant for 14 million
10/31/2007 [-] Royal Mail posts drop in profits
10/31/2007 [-] Duty-free access to Tokyo likely
10/31/2007 [-] 2.45pm Markets Update
10/31/2007 [-] 17% of firms' workers foreign survey
10/31/2007 [-] Tata Realty signs JV for logistics parks
10/31/2007 [-] South Africa Concrete Business
10/31/2007 [-] Complaint Pharmacies should help non-English speakers
10/31/2007 [-] American Airlines gets OK for lawsuit against Google
10/31/2007 [-] Chlorine Leak Evacuates Reading Business
10/31/2007 [-] Biz Coach Insights, ethics training tips for difficult employees
10/31/2007 [-] Toshiba Launches New Softphone for Strata CIX IP Business Systems
10/31/2007 [-] Stamford firm works with 3M for a better stethoscope system
10/31/2007 [-] Dubai Ports buys 90 pct of Egypt container firm
10/31/2007 [-] PetroSA wins oil rights to site near Namibia
10/31/2007 [-] Newmont Mining profit doubles, shares rally
10/31/2007 [-] Gold Fields to lose 15 kg gold/day at shut shaft
10/31/2007 [-] Oil rallies to 93 on lower US stocks
10/31/2007 [-] West Africa sticks to guns on EU trade deal
10/31/2007 [-] Exxaro signs term coal deal with Europe utility
10/31/2007 [-] Mason joins the Iowa Business Council
10/31/2007 [-] Rockwell Collins reports higher profits
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. employment costs rise 0.8 percent
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. stocks rise ahead of Fed rate news
10/31/2007 [-] Japan's top bank Mitsubishi UFJ issues profit warning
10/31/2007 [-] Online shoppers from abroad give small retailers a boost
10/31/2007 [-] Weyerhaeuser's third quarter profit skids 55 percent
10/31/2007 [-] Irish EPA warns businesses over backyard burning
10/31/2007 [-] VIDEO Channel 5 News @ Your Desk Scary Business
10/31/2007 [-] Stocks Open Higher After GDP Reading
10/31/2007 [-] Kraft Foods 3rd quarter profit falls 20 percent
10/31/2007 [-] Flexcar zipping up merger deal
10/31/2007 [-] Judge extends Microsoft anti-trust monitoring
10/31/2007 [-] Housing crisis hits Weyerhaeuser profits hard
10/31/2007 [-] Ex-Met Mortgage chief agrees to settlement
10/31/2007 [-] Tri-Party agencies mum on meetings
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10/31/2007 [-] BAHRAIN TO HOST ECONOMIC FORUM FOR BUSINESSWOMEN
10/31/2007 [-] Indian Motorcycle to open dealership
10/31/2007 [-] Combat boots part of 2 million contract
10/31/2007 [-] Oil Falls Ahead of US Fed Decision
10/31/2007 [-] Oman Souq Online wins Big Business Idea Competition
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10/31/2007 [-] Expansion harder for big stores
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10/31/2007 [-] Stiglitz 'backs' 30% reserve measure
10/31/2007 [-] Wall Street Rises After GDP Reading
10/31/2007 [-] Pa. lawmakers send message during hearing on Blue Cross merger
10/31/2007 [-] MasterCard post strong third-quarter profits growth
10/31/2007 [-] Russia banned Lufthansa cargo flights over its territory
10/31/2007 [-] Fed seen taking out a little rate cut insurance
10/31/2007 [-] Concession over capital gains tax
10/31/2007 [-] Oil Up Ahead of Inventories, Fed Meeting
10/31/2007 [-] Economy grows at brisk 3.9 percent pace
10/31/2007 [-] Halloween crowds horrify many in Massachusetts city famous for witches
10/31/2007 [-] Lufthansa says Russia banned cargo flights over its territory
10/31/2007 [-] Most Asian markets rise, traders wary ahead of US Fed decision on interest rate
10/31/2007 [-] MasterCard posts 63 pct rise in 3rd-quarter profit, revenue jumps 20 pct
10/31/2007 [-] Euro inflation hits two-year high as job queues shrink to record low
10/31/2007 [-] Weyerhaeuser's 3rd-quarter profit skids 55 percent on charges, sluggish housing market
10/31/2007 [-] Antofagasta says 3Q production fell on poorer ore quality
10/31/2007 [-] Google stock price soars above 700 for first time
10/31/2007 [-] Gazprom to supply 500 mln cubic meters of gas to Turkey annually
10/31/2007 [-] Chinese investment in ASEAN rises
10/31/2007 [-] Long march towards a smoke-free China
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. STEEL Profit down 35% on lower demand
10/31/2007 [-] Weyerhaeuser's 3rd quarter profit skids 55 percent
10/31/2007 [-] US economy sees surprise growth
10/31/2007 [-] Report wants more supermarkets
10/31/2007 [-] INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS Berry Plastics to make Evansville global HQ
10/31/2007 [-] Economy Grew 3.9% in 3rd Quarter
10/31/2007 [-] Toronto stocks set for tax cut-driven bounce
10/31/2007 [-] Crescent Point to buy Pilot Energy
10/31/2007 [-] Deutsche Bank escapes the worst of global banking crisis
10/31/2007 [-] Japan's top bank Mitsubishi UFJ issues profit warning
10/31/2007 [-] Danone purchase of Dutch baby food maker approved by EU
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10/31/2007 [-] Workers' comp request revised
10/31/2007 [-] Merkel is in Mumbai to talk business
10/31/2007 [-] Cameco reports higher profit
10/31/2007 [-] Canada economy grew 0.2 percent in August
10/31/2007 [-] Sherritt third-quarter profit drops 12 percent
10/31/2007 [-] Futures add to gains on robust GDP growth
10/31/2007 [-] Economy grew 0.2 per cent in August, Statistics Canada reports
10/31/2007 [-] Bombardier joint venture wins US1.5B order for 40 high-speed trains in China
10/31/2007 [-] MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates continuing buyback of shares
10/31/2007 [-] RTB Bor tender deadline expires
10/31/2007 [-] Arabs enter RK Beograd deal via Greeks?
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10/31/2007 [-] Spending on overseas trips up by 21%
10/31/2007 [-] Euro zone jobless hits record low in September
10/31/2007 [-] Probe into Thomson-Reuters merger extended
10/31/2007 [-] Lending growth continues to slow
10/31/2007 [-] Euro zone confidence slump worse than expected
10/31/2007 [-] Euro zone inflation hits two year high
10/31/2007 [-] Infrastructure drags down Irish ranking
10/31/2007 [-] Fears for 500 jobs at Waterford Wedgwood
10/31/2007 [-] Gold Fields shuts shaft after two workers killed
10/31/2007 [-] Harmony narrows Q1 loss, sees profit 'soon'
10/31/2007 [-] Africa has role in Japan oil plan JOGMEC adviser
10/31/2007 [-] S.Africa Sept trade deficit narrows
10/31/2007 [-] MTN subscribers up 12 pct to 54.1 mln by end Sept
10/31/2007 [-] Nigeria forex reserves hit high of 49 bln in Oct
10/31/2007 [-] First Airbus A380 commercial flight works 'like clock' engineer
10/31/2007 [-] Germany, India agree to boost ties in business, defense, sci
10/31/2007 [-] Swiss take second place in competitiveness
10/31/2007 [-] Garmin bids 3.3bn for map firm
10/31/2007 [-] Hoosier firm recalling BBQ sauce
10/31/2007 [-] Hyundai Motor introduces new compact to boost sales, market share in India
10/31/2007 [-] London's FTSE-100 index up 12.5 points at 6,671.5
10/31/2007 [-] Flaherty aims for lowest tax rate in G7
10/31/2007 [-] House votes to extend ban on Internet tax
10/31/2007 [-] Garmin 3.3 billion bid for Tele Atlas trumps TomTom
10/31/2007 [-] Bombardier wins Chinese railway contract
10/31/2007 [-] Canadian Natural hikes Horizon oilsands cost above 6.8B estimate
10/31/2007 [-] Cameco Q3 earnings jump 25 per cent to 91M as uranium revenue soars
10/31/2007 [-] Alcatel-Lucent reports loss of US373M for Q3, plans to cut 4,000 more jobs
10/31/2007 [-] Stock market signals positive ahead of possible U.S. interest rate cut
10/31/2007 [-] MasterCard quarterly profit rises
10/31/2007 [-] Canadian Natural says Horizon costs up
10/31/2007 [-] Penn West to buy Canetic
10/31/2007 [-] Bank's Blanchflower says signs of softness in economy
10/31/2007 [-] Northern Rock talking to a number of firms
10/31/2007 [-] Firefighters battle business fire
10/31/2007 [-] Samsung buys Israeli TransChip
10/31/2007 [-] Mitsubishi UFJ slashes outlook for profits
10/31/2007 [-] Wednesday Newspaper Review Irish Business News and International Stories
10/31/2007 [-] Gay-friendly business directory to be published
10/31/2007 [-] Banks lift FTSE by midday
10/31/2007 [-] Alcatel-Lucent cuts 4,000 more jobs
10/31/2007 [-] Constellation earnings fall
10/31/2007 [-] Dollar down 5.14 kopeks, euro up 6.18 kopeks Central Bank
10/31/2007 [-] Business Seeks to Meet NIPC
10/31/2007 [-] Finland's SanomaWSOY media group sees increased 3Q profits, sales
10/31/2007 [-] Oil prices fall ahead of US Fed decision on key interest rate
10/31/2007 [-] Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group cuts outlook for group net profit
10/31/2007 [-] Kraft Foods 3rd-quarter profit falls 20 percent on year-ago gain, investments, dairy costs
10/31/2007 [-] Japan's food safety scandal hits Mister Donut
10/31/2007 [-] Eni's 3rd-quarter net profit falls 11 percent on lower output
10/31/2007 [-] Taylor Wimpey says UK market subdued
10/31/2007 [-] Applebee's OKs IHOP buyout offer
10/31/2007 [-] Extension sought for Do Not Call list
10/31/2007 [-] Writers may strike Hollywood tonight
10/31/2007 [-] Flexcar, Zipcar plan merger
10/31/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch writedown ruins CEO's reputation
10/31/2007 [-] Germany BASF Profit Soars
10/31/2007 [-] Britain Credit Card Brands Sold
10/31/2007 [-] Germany Jobless Rate Drops
10/31/2007 [-] Japan Profit Rises for Komatsu
10/31/2007 [-] Sony Said to Be Pondering Partial Sale of Movie Units
10/31/2007 [-] Passengers hope go! stays in business
10/31/2007 [-] Casual Mexican restaurant coming to Dayton
10/31/2007 [-] 'Smooth' Deal Businessmen Join Santana for Mexican Restaurant
10/31/2007 [-] Malaysia among top 30 business-friendly countries
10/31/2007 [-] DailyHeadlines.NET NewsPage Bucharest Business Week /channel/rss
10/31/2007 [-] US tops WEF competitiveness survey
10/31/2007 [-] Brewpub pioneer buys Sebastopol Brewing
10/31/2007 [-] Investors turn cautious while awaiting today's Fed action
10/31/2007 [-] MIT develops nanoscale light 'tweezers' for chips
10/31/2007 [-] Halloween can boost office morale
10/31/2007 [-] Consumer faith falls as holidays near
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. lagging in fast, cheap Web access
10/31/2007 [-] 'Black Friday' retail ads already leaking to online sites
10/31/2007 [-] McAfee buys Napa tech firm
10/31/2007 [-] Skype sharpens video chatting
10/31/2007 [-] Schulz No. on deceased earner list
10/31/2007 [-] Business zones in on health
10/31/2007 [-] Imperial finds solace
10/31/2007 [-] 888 has 'best month'
10/31/2007 [-] Wheat problems for Kelloggs
10/31/2007 [-] £0 £60M in 2 years
10/31/2007 [-] UBS posts first loss in 9 years
10/31/2007 [-] Pound surges against dollar
10/31/2007 [-] Supermarkets get warning
10/31/2007 [-] Vow to keep Co-op in city
10/31/2007 [-] WA Business News
10/31/2007 [-] Bush says he won't sign kids' health bill
10/31/2007 [-] Internet tax moratorium bill goes to President Bush
10/31/2007 [-] GM begins producing gas-electric transmission for '08 SUVs
10/31/2007 [-] Energy-sucking vampires leave mark
10/31/2007 [-] Superior Energy Services earnings climb
10/31/2007 [-] Chamber of Commerce backing Delta monopoly appeal
10/31/2007 [-] Recipes For Success Europe's Mr. Entrepreneurialism
10/31/2007 [-] Pension agency sets 2008 limits
10/31/2007 [-] Budding biotech business expanding into McDoel building
10/31/2007 [-] LogMeIn Rescue + Mobile Selected as 'Best Mobile Business Application' by LAPTOP Magazine
10/31/2007 [-] Taiwan's Asustek net profit up 58.7% on laptop demand
10/31/2007 [-] India must pay 130 plus for S.African coal trade
10/31/2007 [-] Japan interest rate left unchanged
10/31/2007 [-] Dishman acquires fine chemicals & vitamin D business from Solvay
10/31/2007 [-] Higher S.Africa rates to rebalance economy Treasury
10/31/2007 [-] Stock index futures rise awaiting Fed decision
10/31/2007 [-] A Consumers Spot for Apple Grows Up
10/31/2007 [-] Alcatel-Lucent to slash extra 4,000 jobs
10/31/2007 [-] Card companies lose refund case
10/31/2007 [-] Fund managers beat a falling FTSE
10/31/2007 [-] Goodbye, Houston. Hello, Dubai
10/31/2007 [-] Bank of Japan leaves interest rates unchanged
10/31/2007 [-] Bank of Japan cuts growth forecast, sees rebound
10/31/2007 [-] ASEAN long way from liberalising aviation industry IATA
10/31/2007 [-] Indian state shut down by protests over industrial parks
10/31/2007 [-] Consortium led by Singapore's Keppel wins rig contract
10/31/2007 [-] Singapore shares close 0.19% higher
10/31/2007 [-] Chancellor Merkel pushes business in India
10/31/2007 [-] Businessmen stress innovation
10/31/2007 [-] PETROLEUM Crude supplies expected to be up; price at the pump rising
10/31/2007 [-] Oil prices tumble from record highs on profit-taking
10/31/2007 [-] Reuters Airbus getting closer to selling plants
10/31/2007 [-] Supermarkets get vote of confidence
10/31/2007 [-] Call for more supermarkets
10/31/2007 [-] Barrick bids 773M for explorer Arizona Star
10/31/2007 [-] AZ trucking companies honored
10/31/2007 [-] Vampire electronics sucking up energy
10/31/2007 [-] Mirc Electronics July-Sept net up 7%
10/31/2007 [-] Federal Reserve considers interest rate cuts
10/31/2007 [-] National business briefs Federal Reserve expected to announce interest rate cut
10/31/2007 [-] China bubble to burst, Greenspan predicts
10/31/2007 [-] UAE tops GCC as easiest place to conduct business
10/31/2007 [-] Oil futures near 94, a record high
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. stock futures dip, suggest lower open
10/31/2007 [-] UD gathers business elite to rally economy
10/31/2007 [-] Business groups laud focus on tax, debt
10/31/2007 [-] Spotlight Jeremy Leggett of Solarcentury
10/31/2007 [-] Chan Malaysian Ports Doing Well
10/31/2007 [-] September total deposits up 7.1%
10/31/2007 [-] Exchange Fund total assets hit 1.3191trillion
10/31/2007 [-] Southeast drought thins cattle herds, too
10/31/2007 [-] Merkel heads to Mumbai to talk business
10/31/2007 [-] HSBC sells 'near-prime' part of UK credit card business
10/31/2007 [-] Clear Registered Traveler Lanes Coming To Denver
10/31/2007 [-] Consumer Confidence Heading Downward
10/31/2007 [-] Consumer confidence drop spooks market; Dow falls 77
10/31/2007 [-] Buyers snap up 76M worth of Hawaii condos
10/31/2007 [-] Tata Tea has inked a Joint Venture with Zhejiang Tea Import ...
10/31/2007 [-] India's Tata Tea in joint venture with China's Zhejiang Tea
10/31/2007 [-] Vitaman Launches Online Grooming Store For Men
10/31/2007 [-] No airline guaranteed survival Sir Rod
10/31/2007 [-] Midway-Sunset 78.75/barrel down 3.20 West Texas Intermediate 90.38 down 3.15
10/31/2007 [-] European stocks steady
10/31/2007 [-] Supermarkets may have to sell land
10/31/2007 [-] Morning business news Oct 31
10/31/2007 [-] German retail sales surged in September
10/31/2007 [-] One51 begins life on the grey market
10/31/2007 [-] Energy group Vattenfall earnings rise in third quarter
10/31/2007 [-] US snatches back title of most competitive economy WEF
10/31/2007 [-] US recaptures 'competition crown'
10/31/2007 [-] Queen row to hit profits at RDF
10/31/2007 [-] Analysis Leopard A Key Part Of Apple's Business
10/31/2007 [-] Hydrogen fuel may prevent looming energy crisis
10/31/2007 [-] US-based Cisco, India's Wipro agree to jointly develop technology solutions
10/31/2007 [-] Sanofi-Aventis reports 9 pct. increase in Q3 net profit
10/31/2007 [-] 2007 Small Business Outlook
10/31/2007 [-] Darling faces further capital gains tax pressure
10/31/2007 [-] Trading fund records 3.3b in revenue
10/31/2007 [-] 5.6b Gov't deficit recorded
10/31/2007 [-] FBL posts higher income, sales
10/31/2007 [-] US-India business lobby seeks cooperation in energy security
10/31/2007 [-] Deutsche Bank beats forecasts
10/31/2007 [-] Former Merrill boss gets 161.5m
10/31/2007 [-] US Airways applies for daily Colombia route
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. slips in broadband access
10/31/2007 [-] Communications business hits stride
10/31/2007 [-] Dollar sinks to 26-year low against pound
10/31/2007 [-] Strong dollar demand seen soaking up liquidity
10/31/2007 [-] PG and Colgate-Palmolive post sparkly increases on weak dollar
10/31/2007 [-] Global stocks subdued
10/31/2007 [-] Lego artist tries for a snappy record
10/31/2007 [-] New Zealand airport ends talks with Canada Pension Board
10/31/2007 [-] Japan's central bank leaves benchmark interest rate at 0.5 percent
10/31/2007 [-] Fed rate cut would have limited impact on housing
10/31/2007 [-] South Korea pension service to invest US22 billion in energy
10/31/2007 [-] Chinese investors raid office to protest health company collapse
10/31/2007 [-] Australia's St George Bank posts 11% increase in annual profit
10/31/2007 [-] Philippine shares fall Wednesday
10/31/2007 [-] US stocks down
10/31/2007 [-] Appointments
10/31/2007 [-] Credit crunch could hit Suncorp profit
10/31/2007 [-] St George won't raise interest rates
10/31/2007 [-] Australian Retailer Harvey Norman Predicts 35 % Net Profit Rise
10/31/2007 [-] Holmes a Court launches new company
10/31/2007 [-] Alcatel-Lucent to cut an extra 4,000 jobs
10/31/2007 [-] 3/5 McAfee E-Business Server Authentication Packet Handling Buffer Overflow
10/31/2007 [-] Battery-maker bucks trend in move from Mexico to Ohio
10/31/2007 [-] Two Businesses Robbed on East Main Street in Lancaster
10/31/2007 [-] I-75 business corridor
10/31/2007 [-] SBS Transit to roll out new buses for more comfortable ride
10/31/2007 [-] ASEAN countries to promote cruise holidays at China travel mart
10/31/2007 [-] House prices up in October
10/31/2007 [-] Housing data pushes sterling to 26-year high vs dollar
10/31/2007 [-] Showa Denko K.K. Announces Third Quarter Business Results
10/31/2007 [-] Wednesday's business press digest
10/31/2007 [-] THE GREENING OF CALIFORNIA BUSINESSES
10/31/2007 [-] Drop in Southern California home prices outpaces nation
10/31/2007 [-] Single court to hear 27 Glaxo diabetes-drug suits
10/31/2007 [-] Halloween too scary, too adult for some
10/31/2007 [-] Most Asian markets fall as traders await the US Fed decision; HK ...
10/31/2007 [-] Arizona expands collection of 5-diamond resorts
10/31/2007 [-] Truckmaker MAN AG says 3Q profit up 32 percent to €894 million
10/31/2007 [-] Alcatel-Lucent to cut an extra 4,000 jobs as it accelerates restructuring plans
10/31/2007 [-] Hitachi 1H net loss narrows to US113.9M, company forecasts profit for full-year
10/31/2007 [-] UK competition panel concerned about major supermarket landholdings
10/31/2007 [-] Japan's ANA says April-Sept profit triples to reach record, cites international flights
10/31/2007 [-] Emirates Airline may order more A380s in future to meet growing capacity executive
10/31/2007 [-] Australia's Macquarie to raise offer for Techem to €60 a share
10/31/2007 [-] S.Africa supply side adding to inflation Treasury
10/31/2007 [-] Fresh lows for dollar ahead of Fed decision
10/31/2007 [-] Bombardier crash spurs call for `crisis meeting'
10/31/2007 [-] Business leaders seek faster border crossing
10/31/2007 [-] Exide Industries buys Tandon Metals
10/31/2007 [-] Shares of P G, Colgate head in opposite directions
10/31/2007 [-] Small Businesses, Kansas Employers Increasingly Offering Worker Wellness Programs
10/31/2007 [-] America Beats China in Manufacturing
10/31/2007 [-] Polaris Sydney centre to focus on BFSI, manufacturing
10/31/2007 [-] More supermarkets 'should be allowed'
10/31/2007 [-] Takeover urged of Chicago-based Teamsters local
10/31/2007 [-] COLGATE'S NYC BRUSH-OFF?
10/31/2007 [-] SWEET SPOT
10/31/2007 [-] APPLEBEE'S COOKS UP BREAKFAST
10/31/2007 [-] TRADERS FEAR FED'S VIEWS
10/31/2007 [-] CRUDE OIL RETREATS ON NOTE
10/31/2007 [-] SEC EYES GOLDMAN SACH'S GOOD FORTUNE
10/31/2007 [-] UBS HIT BY SUBPRIME
10/31/2007 [-] SIRIUS, XM SHARES SINK
10/31/2007 [-] NEWSWEEK IS THE NEWS
10/31/2007 [-] O'NEAL WALKS AWAY WITH 162M
10/31/2007 [-] CUE THE STAN-IN
10/31/2007 [-] WRITERS BLOC
10/31/2007 [-] FUND'S CHINESE STAKE STIRS SOME QUESTIONS
10/31/2007 [-] Yemen annuls deal with US firm to build nuclear energy plant
10/31/2007 [-] Alcatel-Lucent to cut 4,000 more jobs by 2009
10/31/2007 [-] Johnson Service issues profit warning
10/31/2007 [-] RDF Media sees full-year profit below expectations
10/31/2007 [-] Woolworths says like-for-like sales down
10/31/2007 [-] Royal London life and pension sales fall
10/31/2007 [-] Taylor Wimpey sees home market subdued
10/31/2007 [-] Tate & Lyle half-year profits dip
10/31/2007 [-] IBM turns waste computer chips into solar panels
10/31/2007 [-] New insolvency law should save businesses and jobs
10/31/2007 [-] Midwest Airlines buyout gets shareholders' nod
10/31/2007 [-] Trading halt on as Auckland Airport prepares announcement
10/31/2007 [-] Methane as auto fuel
10/31/2007 [-] Starwatch Consumer General Motors announces Hummer pickup model
10/31/2007 [-] Singapore manufacturers more positive on business prospects
10/31/2007 [-] - Sirius Satellite Radio Narrows 3Q Loss
10/31/2007 [-] Bush says defense a driver of economy
10/31/2007 [-] Cape conference aims to attract space industry
10/31/2007 [-] Consumer confidence down; holidays important to retailers
10/31/2007 [-] Expo reaches for stars
10/31/2007 [-] S.Africa opens first oil and gas shipyard
10/31/2007 [-] Tunisia leaves benchmark interest rate unchanged
10/31/2007 [-] Anti-dumping cases fall in first half WTO
10/31/2007 [-] EU presses ex-colonies for fast trade deals
10/31/2007 [-] India's Marico buys unit of S. Africa's Enaleni
10/31/2007 [-] Harmony says Q1 headline loss per share 21 cents
10/31/2007 [-] S.Africa rand firm vs dollar, stocks seen steady
10/31/2007 [-] S.Africa Treasury not worried by higher rates
10/31/2007 [-] S.Africa's Mboweni inflation must be tackled
10/31/2007 [-] BinHendi inaugurates Second Cup School of Business
10/31/2007 [-] Stores 'flout trading rules'
10/31/2007 [-] Supermarkets 'fixed dairy prices'
10/31/2007 [-] Jobless rate inches up in September
10/31/2007 [-] Consumer confidence dips to 2-year low
10/31/2007 [-] SRT board must clear with employees
10/31/2007 [-] Water main break causes flooding, business closures
10/31/2007 [-] More supermarkets 'should be allowed'
10/31/2007 [-] Deutsche Bank's third-quarter results better than expected
10/31/2007 [-] Business Meet On November 29
10/31/2007 [-] Germany, India seek to boost ties in business, defense, scie
10/31/2007 [-] Germany's Merkel pushes business in India
10/31/2007 [-] CSR to benefit from tight sugar supply
10/31/2007 [-] Perilya aims for five mines
10/31/2007 [-] UK house price growth 'picks up'
10/31/2007 [-] Merrill ousts leader
10/31/2007 [-] Applebee's vote clears takeover by Ihop
10/31/2007 [-] Shares of P & G, Colgate head in opposite directions
10/31/2007 [-] Wind, nuclear power lift earnings for FPL parent
10/31/2007 [-] '07 holidays' spirit Bleak
10/31/2007 [-] In Miami, international food trade exhibitors eat, drink and showcase new products
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. is losing Internet race around the globe
10/31/2007 [-] 5 jobs in nursing
10/31/2007 [-] Lilly spends millions for rights to arthritis drug
10/31/2007 [-] Educating minorities on mental-health issues
10/31/2007 [-] Transplant program's data may be exposed, Clarian says
10/31/2007 [-] Tech park lands first tenant
10/31/2007 [-] Volatile oil fuels surge at the pump
10/31/2007 [-] NAACP plans rally against Eli Lilly
10/31/2007 [-] Hilbert invests in Hoosier Park
10/31/2007 [-] In-house clinics make inroads in workplace
10/31/2007 [-] Computers seen as popular holiday gifts
10/31/2007 [-] Stocks retreat on economic worries
10/31/2007 [-] Happy at job? It's how you look at it
10/31/2007 [-] 'Shrek' lifts results at parent studio
10/31/2007 [-] Pensions may be outsourced
10/31/2007 [-] Deutsche Bank says 3rd quarter profit up 31 percent despite writedowns
10/31/2007 [-] Euro hits another high against dollar to US1.4454
10/31/2007 [-] Mobile technology key to enhancing experience of the business traveller
10/31/2007 [-] Australian Metal Recycler Sims Warns Of Rising Freight Rates
10/31/2007 [-] Foster's Says Strong Australian Dollar To Impact Earnings
10/31/2007 [-] Forex Australian Dollar Finishes Firmer Oct 31, 2007
10/31/2007 [-] Koots first casualty in Vulcan project
10/31/2007 [-] Large payouts hurt Safeco as profit falls
10/31/2007 [-] Investors pull back, awaiting Fed
10/31/2007 [-] Trick or treat for Wall Street
10/31/2007 [-] UW computer-degree program growing
10/31/2007 [-] Foreigners give boost to online retailers in the U.S.
10/31/2007 [-] RealNetworks posts profit
10/31/2007 [-] Ex-MetMortgage chief, SEC settle
10/31/2007 [-] Northwest corporate results Cardiac Science
10/31/2007 [-] Broadband adoption needs push, critics say
10/31/2007 [-] Thai state railway stops routes to protest privatization plan
10/31/2007 [-] Judge orders Mesa Air Group to pay Hawaiian Airlines 80M for using confidential information
10/31/2007 [-] Google sets up distribution network for social networking tools
10/31/2007 [-] Chinese investors raid office to protest health company collapse, reports, eyewitness say
10/31/2007 [-] Tokyo stock market's main index rises 0.5 percent
10/31/2007 [-] Post office closure will hit business
10/31/2007 [-] Local gas prices continue to rise
10/31/2007 [-] Ohio jury convicts Pittsburgher Mark Lay of fraud
10/31/2007 [-] Brutal quarter for U.S. Steel
10/31/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch ousts chief O'Neal
10/31/2007 [-] Gov`t of India issues letter of intent to Verizon Business India
10/31/2007 [-] A2 Corp reaches deal with South Korean company
10/31/2007 [-] Village Roadshow increases offer for Sydney attractions
10/31/2007 [-] Auckland Airport board rejects Canadian takeover plan
10/31/2007 [-] NZ dollar on gentle downward trend
10/31/2007 [-] NZ shares fail to fly as auckland airport drops
10/31/2007 [-] Business confidence picks up
10/31/2007 [-] Canadian suitor disappointed with airport's rejection
10/31/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch ousts chief O'Neal
10/31/2007 [-] FTSE seen opening flat
10/31/2007 [-] India invites German businessmen to invest in India
10/31/2007 [-] Businesses should register trademarks before accessing US market
10/31/2007 [-] Chancery Court along Dunearn Rd put up for en bloc sale
10/31/2007 [-] Your turn to sound off
10/31/2007 [-] Express Scripts continues strong growth despite failed Caremark bid
10/31/2007 [-] Wall Street punishes Energizer for lower-than-expected earnings
10/31/2007 [-] Region's unemployment rate stands at 5.2 percent
10/31/2007 [-] Future of Boeing's C-17 still up in air
10/31/2007 [-] Changing climate haunting tourism
10/31/2007 [-] Krirk-Krai JTEPA not take part in SAT's staff protest
10/31/2007 [-] SET drops 0.44%
10/31/2007 [-] Chalongphob braces BOT's plan to issue higher bond
10/31/2007 [-] Aeon Bank now open for business
10/31/2007 [-] Analysis Leopard a key part of Apple's business
10/31/2007 [-] Top Editor of Newsweek to Step Down Next Year
10/31/2007 [-] Ex-Chief of S.E.C. Says Pension Funds in Danger
10/31/2007 [-] A Cautious Market Awaits Feds Move on Rates
10/31/2007 [-] Senate Panel Approves Beefing Up Safety Agency
10/31/2007 [-] Oil Leaders Say Prices Are Not Their Fault
10/31/2007 [-] Hello, India? I Need Help With My Math
10/31/2007 [-] Talks with writers pressed
10/31/2007 [-] Oil Prices Fall Below 90 in Asia
10/31/2007 [-] Radford businesses open doors to trick-or-treaters
10/31/2007 [-] Architects and designers look to make office interiors 'gr...
10/31/2007 [-] Zippo has diversified its business after 75 years
10/31/2007 [-] Small Business Be careful when planning holiday parties
10/31/2007 [-] Prepare a disaster plan for money, bills, documents if evacuated
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. Steel shares fall 7 percent
10/31/2007 [-] Business Workshop Biotech patents, avoiding lawsuits
10/31/2007 [-] Blues CEOs make case for merger
10/31/2007 [-] Eaton 'green' building expansion to create 30 jobs
10/31/2007 [-] Dateline Pittsburgh
10/31/2007 [-] Noel Disrupts Business
10/31/2007 [-] Urban Trust comes to D.C. area
10/31/2007 [-] Pets on parade
10/31/2007 [-] Pelosi demands sacking on recalls
10/31/2007 [-] Halloween Peeps outsourced to China
10/31/2007 [-] Merrill CEO gets exit windfall
10/31/2007 [-] Senate approves Amtrak package
10/31/2007 [-] Reality shows apt for youths
10/31/2007 [-] Consumers' mood worsens
10/31/2007 [-] Senegal government takes major stake in its flag carrier
10/31/2007 [-] US safety chief under fire to quit after Halloween toy scare
10/31/2007 [-] Bank of Japan keeps key interest rate at 0.5 per cent
10/31/2007 [-] New Zealand airport rejects Canadian takeover plan
10/31/2007 [-] National Business Conference To Ascertain If 'Small Can Be Beautiful'
10/31/2007 [-] Minister inspects rice fields -
10/31/2007 [-] Malaysian company fined -
10/31/2007 [-] GlaxoSmithKline to close pharmaceutical plant -
10/31/2007 [-] Bank directors convicted of fraud -
10/31/2007 [-] Poor may riot if food price soars UN food chief -
10/31/2007 [-] US hopes for coal gasification ride on one project -
10/31/2007 [-] Avaya reports US35m in revenue -
10/31/2007 [-] From Boardroom to Courtroom? -
10/31/2007 [-] Talking nonsense with confidence -
10/31/2007 [-] Well, excuse me! - FUNNY BUSINESS
10/31/2007 [-] Sugar cane
10/31/2007 [-] Venezuela shows
10/31/2007 [-] That gasoline subsidy! -
10/31/2007 [-] BP 3rd net quarter profit down 29 per cent -
10/31/2007 [-] Higher energy revenue on the horizon -
10/31/2007 [-] Caribbean seeks
10/31/2007 [-] Court rules in favour of bank workers -
10/31/2007 [-] Escalating prices take centre stage -
10/31/2007 [-] Economy on the platforms - ...can parties deliver on their promises?
10/31/2007 [-] Deeya lights on the blink -
10/31/2007 [-] Contractors Cement price hike unfair -
10/31/2007 [-] T&T needs to produce goods - Senator Mary King
10/31/2007 [-] Dookeran vows No VAT on electricity -
10/31/2007 [-] Japan's central bank leaves benchmark interest rate at 0.5 percent
10/31/2007 [-] South Korea pension service seeks to invest US22 billion in energy
10/31/2007 [-] Oil slumps over 1
10/31/2007 [-] The News-Gazette, Champaign-Urbana, Ill., It's Your Business Column
10/31/2007 [-] Federal Reserve is widely expected to cut key interest rate
10/31/2007 [-] Plain Truth About Taxes and Cuts
10/31/2007 [-] US firms beat commodity costs
10/31/2007 [-] Seagate to shut plant in Northern Ireland
10/31/2007 [-] India holds rates, raises cash reserve requirement
10/31/2007 [-] Matsushita's Q2 profit drops on recall costs
10/31/2007 [-] Aussie regulator OK with Google's DoubleClick bid
10/31/2007 [-] China establishes its first industrial zone in Egypt
10/31/2007 [-] Weaker United States economy may cut Singapore's growth
10/31/2007 [-] Google-powered phones expected by mid-2008 WSJ
10/31/2007 [-] JPMorgan starts US2 bil. India infrastructure fund
10/31/2007 [-] Bank of China Q3 profit trails rivals on subprime
10/31/2007 [-] Bear Stearns to cut 300 jobs to reduce costs
10/31/2007 [-] CVC completes buyout of Taiwan's Nien Made
10/31/2007 [-] Advanced Semiconductor Q3 profit rises 1.1 percent
10/31/2007 [-] China Steel's shares drop as Q3 net falls 5.5 percent
10/31/2007 [-] HTC sees Q4 sales up 20% from year ago
10/31/2007 [-] Sinopac has write-off on US350 mil. SIV investment
10/31/2007 [-] Chi Mei posts record profit after display prices gain
10/31/2007 [-] New 'vampire' invades homes energy-sucking 'standby mode'
10/31/2007 [-] Tech workers, U.S. employers still seeking immigration reform
10/31/2007 [-] Asia investment banking fees may rise to record
10/31/2007 [-] China pension fund eyes United States private equity company stake
10/31/2007 [-] 'Overheating' emerging markets change Bennett into Baltic market bear
10/31/2007 [-] China tops global IPO charts, more to come Ernst and Young
10/31/2007 [-] Quanta ready to produce laptops despite price hike
10/31/2007 [-] Price of MIT professor's 'US100 laptop' hits US200
10/31/2007 [-] IBM develops greener, cheaper way to reuse precious silicon
10/31/2007 [-] Euro slips from dollar-high on eve of Fed rate decision
10/31/2007 [-] Share prices drop 0.53% despite early gains
10/31/2007 [-] Asian markets fall ahead of Fed call
10/31/2007 [-] OPEC crude price cracks US85 mark
10/31/2007 [-] Oil falls from highs as investors take profits
10/31/2007 [-] U.S. consumer confidence falls
10/31/2007 [-] Asustek Q3 net up 21 percent, branded notebook unit booms
10/31/2007 [-] Yageo may double China investment in five years
10/31/2007 [-] Oct. consumer confidence down survey
10/31/2007 [-] Gov't to help establish 18-inch-wafer plants
10/31/2007 [-] Quanta net rises to record on sales
10/31/2007 [-] Germany touts competency-based talent management
10/31/2007 [-] Carmakers express pessimism for the market
10/31/2007 [-] Bangalore butler is latest development in offshore outsour...
10/31/2007 [-] QuePasa replaces CEO Robert Stearns
10/31/2007 [-] Phase Forward buys Green Mountain Logic
10/31/2007 [-] Andrew 4Q loss widens on charges
10/31/2007 [-] Aftermarket Movers Invitrogen, Chipotle
10/31/2007 [-] Movers roundup Sepracor, Under Armour
10/31/2007 [-] Tokyo stocks open lower ahead of interest rate policy decisions
10/31/2007 [-] Singapore's unemployment rate falls to 10-year low
10/31/2007 [-] YouSendIt Suite Targets Business
10/31/2007 [-] Seattle's Flexcar merges with rival Zipcar
10/31/2007 [-] US lawmakers seek stiffer regulation of made-in-China toys
10/31/2007 [-] No power meant no business... for some
10/31/2007 [-] Applebee's Sale To IHOP OK'd
10/31/2007 [-] Chinese Truckers Search For Fuel
10/31/2007 [-] A Sinking Holiday Feeling
10/31/2007 [-] The Hartford Missing Data
10/31/2007 [-] Casino Operators Bet On Expansion
10/31/2007 [-] Lincoln National Corp. Net Income Drops 9.5% In Third Quarter
10/31/2007 [-] A Wall Street Exec's Sudden Fall
10/31/2007 [-] Nursing Home Prices Increase
10/31/2007 [-] Students Get In-School Lesson In Credit
10/31/2007 [-] Brits use credit for Christmas cost
10/31/2007 [-] Bearden marks business district
10/31/2007 [-] Under Pressure, Merrill Lynch CEO Retires
10/31/2007 [-] Hollywood Unions Offer Support To Writers
10/31/2007 [-] New Editor Named At Sacramento Bee
10/31/2007 [-] Saudi-British Business Ties Robust
10/31/2007 [-] Merrill Chooses Insider to Lead Search for Chief
10/31/2007 [-] UCPB remittance business up 14%
10/31/2007 [-] Cisco plans to turn India into global hub, triple workforce
10/31/2007 [-] Business and housing credit growing Reserve Bank
10/31/2007 [-] New Envelope-Free ATM Makes Bank Service Faster
10/31/2007 [-] SF-Based Drug Distributor McKesson's 2Q Profit Up
10/31/2007 [-] 'Apple Has Destroyed the Music Business'-What Was Left of It, Anyway
10/31/2007 [-] Hulu starts private beta, while NBC rubbishes iTunes business
10/31/2007 [-] How to turn holidays into business success For small business owners
10/31/2007 [-] From ugly basic banners to billion dollar business
10/31/2007 [-] Rangel Offering Broad Tax Plan, and Big Target
10/31/2007 [-] Oil deepens retreat below 90
10/31/2007 [-] Harvey Norman expects to grow net profit
10/31/2007 [-] Goodman announces development projects
10/31/2007 [-] Fisher's global fund offer oversubscribed


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