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11/29/2007 [-] Banks' correspondent accounts with CBR rise 13.3%
11/29/2007 [-] Ford settles last Explorer rollover suits
11/29/2007 [-] Wellington businessman Dan Miteff changes plea to guilty during trial
11/29/2007 [-] Some Nordstrom stores drop piano music
11/29/2007 [-] Yahoo prepares to open data center in Quincy
11/29/2007 [-] Starbucks plans center to help Ethiopian farmers
11/29/2007 [-] Some Nordstrom stores discontinue live piano players
11/29/2007 [-] Investor rights are dealt a blow by SEC vote
11/29/2007 [-] Housing crunch hits local lender First Financial Northwest
11/29/2007 [-] Fed remarks boost market hopes for a rate cut
11/29/2007 [-] Dollar edges up against the yen in Asia on speculator buying
11/29/2007 [-] Korean Air considers delaying budget international flights on rule change
11/29/2007 [-] German minister says unemployment has hit lowest level since 1992
11/29/2007 [-] GM and Chinese partner SAIC announce OnStar dashboard technology joint venture
11/29/2007 [-] - Fed Economy Loses Speed, Shopping Slows
11/29/2007 [-] Business groups condemn rebel soldiers' siege of Makati hotel
11/29/2007 [-] Business with ties to Mayor Dixon raided in political corruption probe
11/29/2007 [-] The rise and fall of ethanol
11/29/2007 [-] Home sales take eighth straight dive
11/29/2007 [-] Feds launch inquiry in 2 Countrywide cases
11/29/2007 [-] Canada opens investigation into pricing of chocolate
11/29/2007 [-] Comcast, cable stocks up as FCC delays new rules
11/29/2007 [-] Ford agrees to settle class-action Explorer suits
11/29/2007 [-] Ted Turner's land buys stir suspicion in West
11/29/2007 [-] Web radio faces new hurdle as fees soar
11/29/2007 [-] Investors watch Fed in hopes of rate cut
11/29/2007 [-] Cracker Barrel trims forecast on 2008 profits
11/29/2007 [-] Canada probes chocolate makers for price fixing
11/29/2007 [-] Oil jumps 3 on Canada-U.S. pipeline outage
11/29/2007 [-] Kamath Businessman of the year Forbes
11/29/2007 [-] FCC EXPECTED TO CLEAR TRIBUNE BUYOUT
11/29/2007 [-] CAYNE CUTS 650
11/29/2007 [-] BLACK'S LAWYERS ASK FOR LENIENCY
11/29/2007 [-] AMERICAN EAGLE TO FLY SOLO
11/29/2007 [-] ACKMAN SHORTS FOR HOLIDAY
11/29/2007 [-] BUYING FRENZY
11/29/2007 [-] Fed survey finds caution in shoppers
11/29/2007 [-] Talks push forward, slowly
11/29/2007 [-] Don't forget basics in creating website
11/29/2007 [-] Year-end bonus as much incentive as gift
11/29/2007 [-] U.S. investigates Countrywide fees
11/29/2007 [-] Coverage dollars go farther in state
11/29/2007 [-] SEC limits access to proxy ballots
11/29/2007 [-] Retailers face slow holiday season, Fed survey shows
11/29/2007 [-] Chocolate conspiracy?
11/29/2007 [-] Palm Beach County home prices fall again as slump intensifies
11/29/2007 [-] Sexual harassment is no joke, but it may begin there
11/29/2007 [-] Bank shares rally but fail to halt Footsie's retreat
11/29/2007 [-] Gadgets of the Week A worthy Nano challenger
11/29/2007 [-] Morning business news Nov 29
11/29/2007 [-] Oil up 1 after US terminal explosion
11/29/2007 [-] Small dip in Kingfisher profits
11/29/2007 [-] TVC earns €300k on investments
11/29/2007 [-] 'NatWest 3' enter guilty pleas
11/29/2007 [-] Global market poses food safety challenge, health chief says
11/29/2007 [-] Settlement Reached in Broadway Strike
11/29/2007 [-] Credit turmoil hurts Warner Music, EMI's plan report
11/29/2007 [-] US dollar lower against yen in late afternoon Tokyo trading
11/29/2007 [-] Toyota recalls and Lexus and other luxury car models for faulty pipes
11/29/2007 [-] Adobe, Yahoo partner to put advertisements in PDF documents
11/29/2007 [-] Oil prices rebound to mid-US91 a barrel after plunging overnight on US inventory report
11/29/2007 [-] Japan's Nikkei stock index jumps 2.4 percent on weaker yen, Wall Street advance
11/29/2007 [-] New Zealand discount retailer cleared by court for takeover bids
11/29/2007 [-] Asian markets rally after Wall Street surges
11/29/2007 [-] US, Salvadoran officials say CAFTA is boosting economic growth in El Salvador
11/29/2007 [-] Japan industrial production jumps to record high on auto, semiconductor output
11/29/2007 [-] 12th New Zealand non-bank finance company collapses
11/29/2007 [-] News Web sites propose system for more control over use by search engines
11/29/2007 [-] Malaysian investors protest Sime Darby's plan to buy stake in dam project
11/29/2007 [-] Tokyo stock market's main index rises 2.4 percent
11/29/2007 [-] Tiger touches down in Tasmania
11/29/2007 [-] Baulderstone JV wins $1b port contract
11/29/2007 [-] Sundance to de-risk Cameroon project
11/29/2007 [-] Emperor Mines to focus on Asia, Americas
11/29/2007 [-] Lenders' Belt-Tightening Stifles Growth in Economy
11/29/2007 [-] NatWest Three plead guilty to Enron fraud
11/29/2007 [-] Barenaked big night
11/29/2007 [-] American Airlines' plan to sell Eagle lifts shares
11/29/2007 [-] Dow's 2-day gain largest in 5 years
11/29/2007 [-] Robots ramping up in Japan
11/29/2007 [-] County home prices fall 8.6%
11/29/2007 [-] Size Limits for Cable Look Likely
11/29/2007 [-] Is Broadway Back in Business?
11/29/2007 [-] Several justices express doubts about Maine's Internet anti-smoking law for children
11/29/2007 [-] At Work Credit checks a legal part of pre-employment investigations
11/29/2007 [-] Finance company records $3.5m loss
11/29/2007 [-] Half million loss for marine company
11/29/2007 [-] Low profit for Affco
11/29/2007 [-] Economic confidence softens NBNZ
11/29/2007 [-] United Utilities plans cash return
11/29/2007 [-] Gold steadies after 1 pct drop in NY, oil helps
11/29/2007 [-] Oil jumps more than 1 on US pipeline fire
11/29/2007 [-] Dreyfus to build sugar refinery in Ghana
11/29/2007 [-] Ivorian cocoa union says to blockade San Pedro
11/29/2007 [-] S.Africa rand steady after recovery, stocks to climb
11/29/2007 [-] S.Africa Oct credit growth slows to 22.27 pct y/y
11/29/2007 [-] US rate cut hopes lift stocks; yen eases
11/29/2007 [-] Aquarius loses 2,000 oz PGMs from Everest shutdown
11/29/2007 [-] S.Africa blue chips up 2 pct on Fed comments
11/29/2007 [-] Barclays Egypt makes 10.3 mln in third quarter
11/29/2007 [-] FPL lauded for worker health effort
11/29/2007 [-] NASA honors Boeing program
11/29/2007 [-] Brevard home sale prices flat in October
11/29/2007 [-] Watersong sets groundbreaking
11/29/2007 [-] Casino ship out for repairs
11/29/2007 [-] A&L says writedown hits profits
11/29/2007 [-] More Kansas, Missouri families face income squeeze from health-care costs
11/29/2007 [-] Eddie Webb returns to the Loop in afternoon slot
11/29/2007 [-] Grainger says year pretax profit up
11/29/2007 [-] Bradford & Bingley on track to meet 2007 forecasts
11/29/2007 [-] PSBs want a bigger pie in loan syndication business
11/29/2007 [-] Hawaii activity booker barred from business
11/29/2007 [-] Kingfisher sees softer demand
11/29/2007 [-] M&B warns on pub slowdown
11/29/2007 [-] JJB sees no Euro 2008 lift after England failure
11/29/2007 [-] House prices down 0.8 pct in Nov
11/29/2007 [-] Graffiti 'artists' should pay - dearly
11/29/2007 [-] Cycling enthusiast kicks Lower Burrell fitness center into gear
11/29/2007 [-] PNC logos, ATMs to be installed at Nationals' stadium
11/29/2007 [-] Assess collectibles' worth before you decide to sell
11/29/2007 [-] Allegheny Technologies scouting for 'right deal'
11/29/2007 [-] Region's employment jumps as school year begins
11/29/2007 [-] Cabela's decides not to open stores in area
11/29/2007 [-] Highmark to settle lawsuit
11/29/2007 [-] National City shares shoulder subprime losses
11/29/2007 [-] More opportunities await EU businesses in China
11/29/2007 [-] Regulator soon for realty business in capital
11/29/2007 [-] Oil Prices Rebound to Mid-91 a Barrel
11/29/2007 [-] Russian car market said to become Europe's biggest
11/29/2007 [-] Credit turmoil seen hurting Warner Music and EMI's plan
11/29/2007 [-] U.S. rate cut hopes lift stocks
11/29/2007 [-] Sage rewarded investors
11/29/2007 [-] Anglo Irish Bank upbeat
11/29/2007 [-] Wolsey to cut 1,300 jobs
11/29/2007 [-] Battle for the festive pound
11/29/2007 [-] Salford Petmedics sold
11/29/2007 [-] Good progress at Biffa
11/29/2007 [-] Qinetiq to axe 400 jobs
11/29/2007 [-] API Group's shares tumble
11/29/2007 [-] Rival Northern Rock bid
11/29/2007 [-] Tasty surprise at Compass
11/29/2007 [-] Geldof buys company
11/29/2007 [-] Speedy 17pc profit surge
11/29/2007 [-] 6.5% fall in business investment in 3Q
11/29/2007 [-] Businessmen fear fees impact
11/29/2007 [-] State fund in China shifts focus to home
11/29/2007 [-] Thirteenth New Zealand finance company collapses
11/29/2007 [-] Traditional toys braced for Christmas boom in Europe
11/29/2007 [-] Broadway stagehands end strike; show to go on Thursday
11/29/2007 [-] JOINT VENTURES Why, What, and How
11/29/2007 [-] SIA hiking frequency of flights to Milan and Barcelona
11/29/2007 [-] Japan's industrial output hits record high level
11/29/2007 [-] Hong Kong shares lead regional surge with 4.1 per cent rise
11/29/2007 [-] Temasek confirms sale of China Construction Bank shares
11/29/2007 [-] Fire at business another blow for burglary victims
11/29/2007 [-] Older F-15 grounded again for further inspection
11/29/2007 [-] Fed says economy logged slower growth
11/29/2007 [-] Panera's shares rise on buyback
11/29/2007 [-] High-cost loans are concentrated in north St. Louis County
11/29/2007 [-] Tattoos are advertising cars, tires, energy drinks
11/29/2007 [-] BlueScope denies sale of China business
11/29/2007 [-] Methven looks to new shower release
11/29/2007 [-] Market down despite Warehouse news
11/29/2007 [-] NZ dollar rises to three-week high on global volatility
11/29/2007 [-] Little uptake on Masthead's share offer
11/29/2007 [-] Genesis Energy chief announces resignation
11/29/2007 [-] Expo expert plans to export concept
11/29/2007 [-] Political football sacks must-see game
11/29/2007 [-] Cinnovation Group unveils 'Space' for new level of luxury in business hotels
11/29/2007 [-] Studies show St. Louisans, Missourians vulnerable to high medical costs
11/29/2007 [-] Settlement paves way for rebuilding Taum Sauk
11/29/2007 [-] Senator Criticizes Genentechs Limits on a Cheaper Drug
11/29/2007 [-] American businesses embrace France's Sarkozy
11/29/2007 [-] Sales of homes still in free fall
11/29/2007 [-] Bush steps into Amtrak row
11/29/2007 [-] 650 jobs at Bear Stearns to be cut
11/29/2007 [-] Mortgage losses drag banking profits to 2003 lows
11/29/2007 [-] EU asks China to end trade barriers
11/29/2007 [-] Ted Turner's huge holdings worry ranchers
11/29/2007 [-] Tribune bid likely to close this year
11/29/2007 [-] Dodge Charger on police's wanted list
11/29/2007 [-] Fire shuts main Canada-U.S. crude oil pipeline
11/29/2007 [-] Dominion seeks NRC approval for new reactor
11/29/2007 [-] Lexus RX series stands the test of time
11/29/2007 [-] 'Cyber Monday' spending rises 21 percent
11/29/2007 [-] Mall magic for kids
11/29/2007 [-] Real estate here defies U.S. trend
11/29/2007 [-] Midtown Memphis Business Robberies
11/29/2007 [-] South Africa Phone Company Ends Takeover Talks
11/29/2007 [-] Italy Analysts Warn of Alitalias Valuation
11/29/2007 [-] Butler Co. Jury Convict Woman Of Obstructing Official Business
11/29/2007 [-] Flying Elephant soars to new heights with win at Lloyds TSB Small Business Awards
11/29/2007 [-] In the Bag Ecotools Five-piece Brush Set
11/29/2007 [-] New to the Market Studio 37 audio/visual
11/29/2007 [-] Envoy stresses importance of U.S.-Canadian trade
11/29/2007 [-] Big game, not big bucks
11/29/2007 [-] Boeing worth billions to Texas
11/29/2007 [-] David Hendricks Grasso's executive pay fight continues
11/29/2007 [-] Two long-term acute care hospitals to open in S.A.
11/29/2007 [-] Press for success
11/29/2007 [-] Nintendo's DS handheld sales top 20 mil. survey
11/29/2007 [-] Korean Air's plans for budget carrier hits snag
11/29/2007 [-] 10,000 workers making Nike shoes strike in Vietnam
11/29/2007 [-] Qantas apologizes over price-fixing conspiracy
11/29/2007 [-] Apple's iPhone launched in France at 749 euros
11/29/2007 [-] BHP Billiton to continue bid for rival Rio Tinto
11/29/2007 [-] Citigroup board spurns Bank of America overture
11/29/2007 [-] Shinkong Synthetic gains on government investment
11/29/2007 [-] Fubon Bank names Kao, Harn as co-presidents
11/29/2007 [-] Taiwan's Oct. LNG imports decline 5.7% as costs rise
11/29/2007 [-] WTO probes Chinese curbs on U.S. movies, music, books
11/29/2007 [-] U.S. online holiday shopping rockets to US733 mil.
11/29/2007 [-] U.S. Nov. consumer confidence drops
11/29/2007 [-] Wall Street giants outsourcing investment research to India
11/29/2007 [-] Fed official U.S. growth to slow in coming months
11/29/2007 [-] OPEC chief assures steady supply to Asia
11/29/2007 [-] Cellphone college class opens in Japan
11/29/2007 [-] Oil prices hold steady amid conflicting signals from OPEC
11/29/2007 [-] Dollar higher ahead of key U.S. report
11/29/2007 [-] Asian markets fall amid uncertain U.S. outlook
11/29/2007 [-] Shares close down 1.19%
11/29/2007 [-] German consumers hit by inflation
11/29/2007 [-] Freddie Mac plans to sell US6 bil. in stock to bolster finances
11/29/2007 [-] Wells Fargo to take US1.4 billion charge for bad loans
11/29/2007 [-] Q3 manufacturing profits up 9.95% year-on-year
11/29/2007 [-] Asustek ups Eee PC sales forecast by two-thirds
11/29/2007 [-] Taiwan futures JV sees '08 profit up over 20%
11/29/2007 [-] TSEC seeks capital market reforms
11/29/2007 [-] New labor law to cover interim gov't workers
11/29/2007 [-] Federal Building courtroom, lobby will be preserved when ISU's College of Business moves in
11/29/2007 [-] Ending Dispute, Starbucks Is to Help Ethiopian Farmers
11/29/2007 [-] China to Let Market Forces Weigh on Value of Yuan
11/29/2007 [-] Qualcomm Chief Welcomes iPhones Spread
11/29/2007 [-] 200 Billion to Invest, but in China
11/29/2007 [-] Lawyer Battling for Katrina Payments Is Indicted
11/29/2007 [-] Senator Criticizes Genentech's Limits on a Cheaper Drug
11/29/2007 [-] Enbridge U.S. pipeline fire may last 3 days official
11/29/2007 [-] Gazprom targets half of bp's Russian oil business
11/29/2007 [-] Twin Cities Business Journal
11/29/2007 [-] CardioVascular BioTherapeutics, Inc. Business and Clinical Trial Update Conference Call
11/29/2007 [-] Profits at banks drop by 25 percent
11/29/2007 [-] Local business briefs Garmin completes acquisition of Italian ...
11/29/2007 [-] American Apparel uses a current business model for its vintage store
11/29/2007 [-] Commission may appeal Warehouse decision
11/29/2007 [-] Mideast Talks Face Serious Obstacles
11/29/2007 [-] QinetiQ rewards mount with rise in dividend
11/29/2007 [-] Battle of Orgreave site to become civil service office campus
11/29/2007 [-] Runway protest disrupts MPs' inquiry into airport group
11/29/2007 [-] 3 Bankers Plead Guilty in Case Tied to Enron
11/29/2007 [-] Dow Surges on Hints of a Cut in Interest Rates
11/29/2007 [-] Once a Mainstay of Magazines, Cigarette Makers Are Dropping Print Ads
11/29/2007 [-] Chelsea, AC Milan through, Liverpool back in business
11/29/2007 [-] Prudential Names New CEO
11/29/2007 [-] Home Sales Continue Decline
11/29/2007 [-] Caution And Hope
11/29/2007 [-] Shareholders Shut Out
11/29/2007 [-] U.S. Subpoenas Countrywide
11/29/2007 [-] FCC Chief Buoys Tribune Buyout Plan
11/29/2007 [-] Purchases Stir Fear On Plains
11/29/2007 [-] Fuel Aid Quandary
11/29/2007 [-] State Loses Funds Case
11/29/2007 [-] NatWest Three plead guilty to fraud
11/29/2007 [-] 42 let go from BG T&T -
11/29/2007 [-] BBC Caribbean now on 24/7 -
11/29/2007 [-] Family business builds new choclate-making facility
11/29/2007 [-] New campaign revitalizes businesses in Farmland
11/29/2007 [-] Digging for 'Net gold
11/29/2007 [-] Capital + Merchant in receivership
11/29/2007 [-] Woolworths offer expected for Warehouse
11/29/2007 [-] Little uptake on Masthead's offer
11/29/2007 [-] Genesis CEO to step down next year
11/29/2007 [-] Broward home prices stall as slump intensifies
11/29/2007 [-] Lenders’ Belt-Tightening Stifles Growth in Economy
11/29/2007 [-] Xerox And N.C. State Collaborate On Business Tech Curriculum
11/29/2007 [-] Country Prioritises Business Sector in Cooperation With Sao Tome
11/29/2007 [-] Toyota recalls Lexus, other luxury car models over fuel pipes to could crack, corrode
11/29/2007 [-] Neighbors claim Spire story twisted
11/29/2007 [-] OCLI settlement hearing postponed
11/29/2007 [-] SET opens up 1.6%
11/29/2007 [-] Lenders? Belt-Tightening Stifles Growth in Economy
11/29/2007 [-] Bombardier Names Pierre Beaudoin CEO
11/29/2007 [-] Corel To Close Minn. Office, Affecting 50
11/29/2007 [-] How to protect yourself from cyber-snoops
11/29/2007 [-] Enbridge reports explosion and fire on one of its crude oil pipelines
11/29/2007 [-] World economic growth slowing, unemployment at 6.3 per cent UN
11/29/2007 [-] U.S. eases up on Canadian meat, poultry exports after problems at Alberta plant
11/29/2007 [-] Mexican Gulf oil leak will take months to fix
11/29/2007 [-] Rudd govt 'good news' for geothermals
11/29/2007 [-] Capital investment slows in Q3
11/29/2007 [-] Visy in $300m cartel class action suit
11/29/2007 [-] Michael Moore wins big at indie awards
11/29/2007 [-] BlueScope flags sale of China business
11/29/2007 [-] Natwest Three plead guilty to 7.3m Enron-linked transatlantic fraud
11/29/2007 [-] FCC chief would give OK to 8.2 billion Tribune buyout
11/29/2007 [-] Stocks soared on Wall Street today
11/29/2007 [-] Foreclosures keep locksmiths busy
11/29/2007 [-] Higher valuations lift St Laurence profit
11/29/2007 [-] ComCom to investigate air cargo surcharges
11/29/2007 [-] Warehouse shares surge after court clears takeover
11/29/2007 [-] Principal Financial gives 'muted' 2008 forecast
11/29/2007 [-] Japan's Oct industrial output up 1.6% from previous month
11/29/2007 [-] Expert casts doubt over SNP plan to cut business rates
11/29/2007 [-] Business Up and Running for Highlands' Buses
11/29/2007 [-] Ford agrees to settle Explorer rollover case
11/29/2007 [-] Brown-Forman to buy back up to 200M of stock
11/29/2007 [-] Oil prices up after U.S. stock markets jump
11/29/2007 [-] Chinese Premier More opportunities await EU businesses in China
11/29/2007 [-] Stocks dazzled by rate hopes
11/29/2007 [-] Delphi asks for more time
11/29/2007 [-] Vehicle emissions up, overall U.S. emissions down
11/29/2007 [-] US Air Force orders 452 Boeing F-15 fighter jets grounded
11/29/2007 [-] Ford agrees to settle Explorer rollover lawsuit covering 1 million owners in 4 states
11/29/2007 [-] Gold opens higher in Hong Kong at US805.15 an ounce
11/29/2007 [-] Business for sale, nostalgia included
11/29/2007 [-] Latest business investment takes a hit
11/29/2007 [-] First Financial Northwest hit by housing downturn
11/29/2007 [-] Treasury fall for second day as stock market extends rally
11/29/2007 [-] Virgin Media executive's view gets wet reception
11/29/2007 [-] BP set to plead in Prudhoe Bay pipeline case
11/29/2007 [-] Subprime Woes Hit Norwegian Brokerage
11/29/2007 [-] No coasting for this skateboard firm
11/29/2007 [-] Wall Street surges on rate cut hopes
11/29/2007 [-] US dollar weakens as Fed warns of economic slowdown
11/29/2007 [-] Companies in Singapore to hire more foreign workers
11/29/2007 [-] Wintec gets into the business of fashion
11/29/2007 [-] 'Cheap Chinese goods? Blame America'
11/29/2007 [-] QinetiQ under fire over largesse
11/29/2007 [-] Premier Wen More opportunities await EU businesses in China
11/29/2007 [-] Survey Business confidence at a four-year low
11/29/2007 [-] BP to plead guilty to environmental crimes in Alaska pipeline case
11/29/2007 [-] Warner Music, Sinatra estate in venture involving work of singer
11/29/2007 [-] UN World economic growth slowing, unemployment is at 6.3 percent
11/29/2007 [-] Private Equity Easier Access For Funds
11/29/2007 [-] Finding Cheap Capital for Your Small Business
11/29/2007 [-] TT-Line head jumps ship
11/29/2007 [-] Village says momentum continued into Q1
11/29/2007 [-] WGA 07 Strike Week 4 Knock Wood
11/29/2007 [-] UPDATE 1-Harsco to sell gas technologies business group
11/29/2007 [-] Fed's Kohn hints at December rate cut
11/29/2007 [-] British Bankers Plead Guilty in Enron Case
11/29/2007 [-] NatWest Three plead guilty to wire fraud in Enron case
11/29/2007 [-] NatWest 3 plead guilty in Enron case
11/29/2007 [-] Business Owner Identified as Mall Shooter Wed, 28 Nov 2007 183345 GMT
11/29/2007 [-] Turkish businessmen awarded Spain's Order of Civil Merit
11/29/2007 [-] Abbott says data on drug-coated stent Xience is positive
11/29/2007 [-] Provena seeks 5 million refund from Champaign County for taxes paid in error
11/29/2007 [-] FCC chairman pushes plan to OK Tribune sale
11/29/2007 [-] ECB head Need to improve ratings agencies
11/29/2007 [-] China's Sinotruk skids in Hong Kong market debut
11/29/2007 [-] Boosting the economy through competition
11/29/2007 [-] MD on plans for larger group post-merger
11/29/2007 [-] Stake sale part of move to streamline ops
11/29/2007 [-] Better offer by E&O under latest revamp plan
11/29/2007 [-] AWC ops to be streamlined
11/29/2007 [-] Worldwide expects to sell all units in latest phase
11/29/2007 [-] Proton unveils car models in Thailand
11/29/2007 [-] MASWings aims for strong base in three years
11/29/2007 [-] RM900mil loans for maritime industry
11/29/2007 [-] Kulim maintains target on NBPOL listing
11/29/2007 [-] Bank Negara further eases forex rules
11/29/2007 [-] SapuraCrest capex at RM1bil
11/29/2007 [-] Synergy renamed Sime Darby
11/29/2007 [-] Malaysia GDP grows 6.7% in Q3
11/29/2007 [-] Sime moves into premium high-end properties
11/29/2007 [-] NatWest Three offer guilty plea
11/29/2007 [-] Africa What Others Say Monkey Business, Singing Roads And Sh2 Billion Gifts
11/28/2007 [-] Verizon ships XV6800 smart phone for business pros
11/28/2007 [-] Study Charities use social media more than businesses
11/28/2007 [-] Who's in charge here?
11/28/2007 [-] British bankers plead guilty to wire fraud in Enron case
11/28/2007 [-] Ted Turner's latest land grab generates suspicion among Nebraska farmers
11/28/2007 [-] Stocks rally on hopes for loosening monetary policy
11/28/2007 [-] TiVo posts narrower 3rd-quarter loss on higher revenue, lower costs
11/28/2007 [-] Ford agrees to four-state settlement
11/28/2007 [-] Massey Energy teams with Essar Group to develop coal projects in India
11/28/2007 [-] Gold, silver prices fall as oil declines, dollar rises; wheat prices jump
11/28/2007 [-] US government ordered to release telecommunications lobbying records
11/28/2007 [-] US judge agrees to let victims of BP plant blast voice concerns
11/28/2007 [-] Ford agrees to settle class-action Explorer rollover case covering 4 states
11/28/2007 [-] Business owners, residents urge PSC to reject waste fees
11/28/2007 [-] Ford Agrees to Settle Rollover Case
11/28/2007 [-] Bankers Plead Guilty in Enron Case
11/28/2007 [-] Super Bowl sponsor mulled Craig theme
11/28/2007 [-] Tower restores dividend payments
11/28/2007 [-] North Otago cement plant approved
11/28/2007 [-] Fonterra commissions study of carbon footprint
11/28/2007 [-] Jobs hailed as most powerful person in business
11/28/2007 [-] Mutual funds Third-quarter scoreboard
11/28/2007 [-] Melbourne petrol prices will ease RACV
11/28/2007 [-] NZ watchdog probes air cargo surcharges
11/28/2007 [-] Henderson forecasts 23-29% earnings rise
11/28/2007 [-] Lufthansa adds nonstop service from Seattle to Frankfurt
11/28/2007 [-] Ford agrees to settle class-action Explorer rollover case
11/28/2007 [-] Hollywood refusing to play Bollywood phone games
11/28/2007 [-] Tardiness a Problem for American Businesses Overseas
11/28/2007 [-] Robust business model
11/28/2007 [-] Health secretary visits Ore. to discuss import safety
11/28/2007 [-] Oil closes below 91 on inventory report
11/28/2007 [-] Fed Fall Shoppers Watched Their Pennies
11/28/2007 [-] Business forum
11/28/2007 [-] Auto headlines
11/28/2007 [-] Verizon Wireless phone net to open access
11/28/2007 [-] Drought drags down GrainCorp profit
11/28/2007 [-] NZ govt mulls new trans-Tasman cable
11/28/2007 [-] Business Lessons from Kiva
11/28/2007 [-] Dutch brewers fined over cartel
11/28/2007 [-] Richard Branson helps fund U.S. entrepeneurs
11/28/2007 [-] Putting the zoom into electric cars
11/28/2007 [-] International stock market quotations
11/28/2007 [-] Investment bank Bear Stearns to cut another 650 jobs
11/28/2007 [-] Unfinished Business Ethiopia and Eritrea at war, edited by Dominique Jacquin-Berdal and Martin Plaut
11/28/2007 [-] Plan to accredit business schools in South Asia
11/28/2007 [-] FCC Chief Would OK Tribune Buyout
11/28/2007 [-] Stocks Soar; Dow Up More Than 330
11/28/2007 [-] Rabuka advises Fijian business
11/28/2007 [-] Aztecsoft lays foundation for SEZ facility in Bangalore
11/28/2007 [-] October home sales sink 20.7%
11/28/2007 [-] Tourism NZ looking to entice Japanese visitors
11/28/2007 [-] Govt floats idea of subsidy for new undersea cable
11/28/2007 [-] No takeover bid yet for Sky City
11/28/2007 [-] Wall St surge falls to inspire NZ sharemarket
11/28/2007 [-] Countrywide asked to turn over documents
11/28/2007 [-] West Bank businessmen invest in Palestinian politics
11/28/2007 [-] Random TwinSets
11/28/2007 [-] Google introduces locator system for cell phone users
11/28/2007 [-] Florida Hospital to open new tower
11/28/2007 [-] Mortgage meltdown continues to affect major players in Florida banking
11/28/2007 [-] IDB Board of Executive Directors Meets in Djibouti
11/28/2007 [-] Petro-Canada Montreal coker cost pushed to C1 bln
11/28/2007 [-] Fed sees signs of slowing US economy Beige Book
11/28/2007 [-] Chapters Cafe closed, same as Stella's
11/28/2007 [-] Devices can help prevent injuries
11/28/2007 [-] InDesign CS3's speed wows author
11/28/2007 [-] Official here to learn from, build relationships with local businesses
11/28/2007 [-] Charles Ryan Tapped to Head New UC Business Grad School
11/28/2007 [-] IFC to Step Up Activities in Country, Supporting Small Businesses and Large Projects
11/28/2007 [-] Cessna hires Chinese company to make new lightweight plane
11/28/2007 [-] New York Times cuts about a dozen support jobs from newsroom
11/28/2007 [-] Google introduces system for mobile phone users to automatically indicate their location
11/28/2007 [-] SEC denies shareholder bid for more power in board elections
11/28/2007 [-] October home sales fall 20.7%
11/28/2007 [-] Business Right Now
11/28/2007 [-] Rudy Giuliani Does Business With Sheik Who Helped 9/11 Mastermind Elude FBI
11/28/2007 [-] Mandelson warns of EU backlash
11/28/2007 [-] Train fare hikes to hit home
11/28/2007 [-] Reports show identity theft is a growing business, costing billions
11/28/2007 [-] State forecasts slow job growth in Oregon
11/28/2007 [-] Made in UAE
11/28/2007 [-] Fed says U.S. economy logged slower growth as shoppers held back
11/28/2007 [-] Bear Stearns to cut 650 positions as part of cost reduction program
11/28/2007 [-] Canadian dollar jumps almost a cent on rate spec, negative US data
11/28/2007 [-] U.S. government says Supreme Court shouldn't hear Teck appeal
11/28/2007 [-] NovaGold tries to reassure on Galore, Donlin costs
11/28/2007 [-] Petro-Canada exploration spending shifts from Alberta into U.S., Arctic
11/28/2007 [-] Dick's Sporting Goods recalls loungers
11/28/2007 [-] Fed official's remarks send stocks soaring
11/28/2007 [-] Southwest Airlines gains advantage by hedging on long-term oil contracts
11/28/2007 [-] Russians turn to grass-roots unions and strikes to protect against inflation
11/28/2007 [-] Dominion Seeks OK for Nuke Expansion
11/28/2007 [-] Angola Country Prioritises Business Sector in Cooperation With Sao Tome
11/28/2007 [-] UES may postpone OGK-4 sale until January
11/28/2007 [-] The rise of the jetpack
11/28/2007 [-] A greener charcoal
11/28/2007 [-] Weedy wine
11/28/2007 [-] How to survive the real estate market
11/28/2007 [-] Wi-Fly
11/28/2007 [-] Dash Navigation looks ahead far ahead
11/28/2007 [-] Wen Jiabao says China will loosen reins on the yuan
11/28/2007 [-] Fed vice chairman lifts hopes for rate cut
11/28/2007 [-] As towns go broke, subprime crisis hits Arctic Circle
11/28/2007 [-] As credit dries up in U.S., concerns mount about recession
11/28/2007 [-] Bellevue lawyer charged with securities fraud, tax evasion
11/28/2007 [-] 'Green' Google will ease energy consumption
11/28/2007 [-] Holiday ornaments are recalled
11/28/2007 [-] AMR to divest American Eagle regional airline
11/28/2007 [-] Virginia Power may apply for reactor permit
11/28/2007 [-] Virginia jobs agency to shed jobs
11/28/2007 [-] South Asia Business Round Up of 28 November 2007
11/28/2007 [-] What's Next for a Jittery Market
11/28/2007 [-] Coming business events
11/28/2007 [-] Stocks soar on new hopes for interest-rate cut
11/28/2007 [-] Fed vice chairman's comments stoke rate-cut expectations
11/28/2007 [-] Toyota recalls more than 34,000 Lexus vehicles
11/28/2007 [-] Business and the credit crunch At the gates of hell
11/28/2007 [-] AMR Plans to Divest Its Regional Carrier
11/28/2007 [-] McDonald's No Plans For All-Day Breakfast
11/28/2007 [-] U.S. Existing Home Sales Fall 1.2 Percent
11/28/2007 [-] Ford's Russian Plant Back Despite Strike
11/28/2007 [-] U.S. Stocks Soar On 'Nimble' Fed Comment
11/28/2007 [-] EU antitrust regulators to probe GPS deal
11/28/2007 [-] Fed's Beige Book sees slower US growth
11/28/2007 [-] O'Brien ups his INM stake to over 12%
11/28/2007 [-] Oil tumbles 4 percent
11/28/2007 [-] Fed Beige Book sees slower US growth
11/28/2007 [-] Feds Economy grew at a slower pace in the late fall
11/28/2007 [-] TIMES Verizon Wireless to open network
11/28/2007 [-] Union Gas acquires natural gas storage reservoir
11/28/2007 [-] - Oil Prices Near 94 a Barrel
11/28/2007 [-] Dollar Tree third-quarter profit up 10.5 percent
11/28/2007 [-] Fed Growth eases, home demand 'depressed'
11/28/2007 [-] Sarkozy wins over America
11/28/2007 [-] South Florida housing market shows no sign of improvement
11/28/2007 [-] Durham imposes severe water restrictions
11/28/2007 [-] Oil Producers' Spending Spree
11/28/2007 [-] Fed Official?s Remarks Send Stocks Soaring
11/28/2007 [-] China toy exports rebound before Christmas
11/28/2007 [-] Bear Stearns to cut 650 jobs
11/28/2007 [-] Chrysler could cut more jobs if needed, CEO says
11/28/2007 [-] Fed Official's Remarks Send Stocks Soaring
11/28/2007 [-] Business X'mas Tianggi in Silay City
11/28/2007 [-] Business POEA bares indicators of illegal recruitment
11/28/2007 [-] K2's new headquarters just a hop, skip and a ski jump away
11/28/2007 [-] Plant City Moves Toward Tougher Adult-Business Laws
11/28/2007 [-] Nigeria Preachers Make Brisk Business At Motor Parks
11/28/2007 [-] Oceana Business Burns
11/28/2007 [-] Distributor plans 9-story warehouse in Pike
11/28/2007 [-] Denny's first drive-through opens in Indy
11/28/2007 [-] Fed names Charlotte branch directors
11/28/2007 [-] Beazer CEO Strategy will keep company afloat
11/28/2007 [-] Louisville life-sciences project gets tax breaks
11/28/2007 [-] Republic opens third Fla. banking center
11/28/2007 [-] Business BIR-16 nets P37-M in taxes
11/28/2007 [-] Vote for the 25 Best Small Business Products and Services
11/28/2007 [-] Cross-border spending boosts Canada's travel deficit
11/28/2007 [-] Existing U.S. home sales fall for eighth straight month in October
11/28/2007 [-] Black could spend less than five years in jail if judge takes report's advice
11/28/2007 [-] Quebec's Caisse scolded for troubled debt holdings
11/28/2007 [-] Drug firm QLT shares climb higher as company signals its for sale
11/28/2007 [-] TransAlta sees powerful growth in renewables and 'carbon-neutral' coal
11/28/2007 [-] Flaherty 'a cent or two' less worried on C
11/28/2007 [-] Potash stock climbs 6 pct after JPMorgan upgrade
11/28/2007 [-] Siemens announces plans to slim down management team
11/28/2007 [-] Former media mogul Conrad Black's Canadian holding company sentenced
11/28/2007 [-] European stocks rise, break 2-day losing streak
11/28/2007 [-] Palm Beach County home sales fall 15 percent
11/28/2007 [-] EU, Iraq move closer to global deal on trade and cooperation
11/28/2007 [-] German businessman sentenced for bribing EADS staff
11/28/2007 [-] Amartya Sen in Germany to receive prize
11/28/2007 [-] ENLIGN Business Brokers To Participate In 2008 Business Expo
11/28/2007 [-] Wellington businessman pleads guilty in fraud linked to Masilotti
11/28/2007 [-] CCCC Chatham SBC receives arts business grant
11/28/2007 [-] Dollar Tree quarterly profit rises
11/28/2007 [-] Japan Mid-Sized Businesses Need Support and Service for Open Source...
11/28/2007 [-] United chief sees industry support for mergers
11/28/2007 [-] - BHP Billiton to Continue to Seek Merger
11/28/2007 [-] Businessman Attacks Stripped Woman During Protests in India
11/28/2007 [-] EU proposes 25 pct cut in cod quotas amid 'overfishing'
11/28/2007 [-] NZ farm sector urged to target baby boomers
11/28/2007 [-] US existing home sales drop 1.2 pct, prices in record slump
11/28/2007 [-] Business expanding by more than 550 jobs 1204 PM
11/28/2007 [-] Builder cuts revenue figure
11/28/2007 [-] TCEB signs Spain deal
11/28/2007 [-] Bangkok to get 7 new NGV stations
11/28/2007 [-] Tumbling in the Cash
11/28/2007 [-] Greenhouse emissions from vehicles rose slightly in 2006
11/28/2007 [-] Max Capital starts new general underwriter business in New York
11/28/2007 [-] Persistence of Wall Street turmoil could hit consumers, businesses
11/28/2007 [-] Google eases mobile map use by locating celltowers
11/28/2007 [-] FCC chief makes new Tribune proposal
11/28/2007 [-] Fed comments send stocks soaring again
11/28/2007 [-] Banking Job cuts likely at First Charter
11/28/2007 [-] Oil Drops Sharply on Inventory Report
11/28/2007 [-] Diebold to Form Central America Business
11/28/2007 [-] Business Prophet
11/28/2007 [-] Pawtucket station owner hopes business isn't detoured
11/28/2007 [-] Indian Businessmen Urged To Leverage On Malaysia Expertise In Islamic
11/28/2007 [-] Fire Collapses Roof, Guts Auto Business
11/28/2007 [-] Bush economic adviser leaving
11/28/2007 [-] Wells Fargo joins others in mortgage muck
11/28/2007 [-] Early stocks trading jumps as rate cut hopes increase
11/28/2007 [-] Oregon Senator seeks credit card rating system
11/28/2007 [-] European shares end sharply higher
11/28/2007 [-] NatWest 3 seen entering new pleas in Enron case
11/28/2007 [-] Fed official says persistence of Wall Street turmoil could hit consumers, businesses
11/28/2007 [-] Business Korean firm to construct 2B shipyard complex in Mindanao
11/28/2007 [-] Business Netherlands will hire more Pinoy nurses doc
11/28/2007 [-] Business Intel helps schools improve ICT education
11/28/2007 [-] Business Report
11/28/2007 [-] Business Report for Thursday, November 29, 2007
11/28/2007 [-] UK firms 'optimistic on economy'
11/28/2007 [-] Weak dollar eases inflationary worries
11/28/2007 [-] Shortage of workers puts brakes on business
11/28/2007 [-] EU to probe planned TomTom-Tele Atlas deal
11/28/2007 [-] Hungary lowers 2007 deficit target in convergence programme
11/28/2007 [-] Siemens announces major restructuring of operations
11/28/2007 [-] Power Knocks Out Several Cambridge Businesses
11/28/2007 [-] Hot Cars for Lean Times
11/28/2007 [-] Nominate a Small Business Site for Open Web Awards
11/28/2007 [-] Oil Drops Below 92 on Inventory Report
11/28/2007 [-] Alexander Baldwin-ALEX 2pm 2008 business outlook conf call 11/30 sponsor Co
11/28/2007 [-] Toyota to recall 264,000 cars to repair fuel pipes
11/28/2007 [-] Korean Air's budget carrier plans hit a snag
11/28/2007 [-] - Consumer Confidence Tumbles in November
11/28/2007 [-] Business Ng What the Web knows about you
11/28/2007 [-] Business Toral Preparing bloggers for 2010 elections
11/28/2007 [-] Business DTI to tap tour guides for Otop
11/28/2007 [-] Business Condo, hotel to rise in Lapu-Lapu
11/28/2007 [-] Creamery plan a boost for Kintyre farmers
11/28/2007 [-] Hint of Fed action spurs Wall St.
11/28/2007 [-] Bush announces his choice to replace departing economic adviser
11/28/2007 [-] Nintendo calls holiday Wii sales 'fantastic'
11/28/2007 [-] EU state-aid probe into Ryanair's use of Pau
11/28/2007 [-] German chancellor says ECB must fight inflation
11/28/2007 [-] Facing foreclosure? Get answers from mortgage lenders at community forum
11/28/2007 [-] Starbucks to open farmer-support center in Ethiopia
11/28/2007 [-] Bush to Name New Economic Adviser
11/28/2007 [-] Stocks Soar on Signal of ‘Flexible’ Fed Policy
11/28/2007 [-] Scheller's plans Clarksville store
11/28/2007 [-] Canfor cuts sawmill shifts, to lay off 300 staff
11/28/2007 [-] US existing-home sales drop 1.2 pct, prices in record slump
11/28/2007 [-] Chocolate makers confirm Canada probing alleged price fixing
11/28/2007 [-] Flaherty to discuss dollar with provinces
11/28/2007 [-] Third generation taking CEO controls at Bombardier; Q3 profit up to US91M
11/28/2007 [-] EU proposes 25 pct cut in cod quotas amid 'overfishing'
11/28/2007 [-] More layoffs for forestry industry as Canfor cuts 300 at four sawmills
11/28/2007 [-] Bay Area to lose billions from mortgage crisis
11/28/2007 [-] Hedge fund moves to stop Rock deal
11/28/2007 [-] Mortgage downturn could bleed Nashville of 1 billion
11/28/2007 [-] 'Third opt for fixed-rate mortgage'
11/28/2007 [-] Banks scramble for cash as Fed's Kohn notes risks
11/28/2007 [-] Kroger teams with NASCAR on grocery promotions
11/28/2007 [-] EU regulators fine Guardian, three others 724M for fixing prices
11/28/2007 [-] Tanzania court delays ruling on Barrick gold strike
11/28/2007 [-] S.Africa stocks, rand gain as global markets shine
11/28/2007 [-] Fortune reports rise in fourth-quarter profit
11/28/2007 [-] SAF Businessman Denies Funding Zuma Campaign
11/28/2007 [-] Banks' 3Q Profits Drop by 25 Percent
11/28/2007 [-] Inaction on global warming could cost state 167 billion, professor says
11/28/2007 [-] Verizon could change U.S. wireless market
11/28/2007 [-] Verizon Wireless opens up
11/28/2007 [-] Ex-GM of Greensburg-based prepaid funeral business sentenced
11/28/2007 [-] Sirim Plans To Acquire Advanced Technology From Iran
11/28/2007 [-] KBR awarded contract by South Africa's PetroSA
11/28/2007 [-] Anglo approves 1.7 bln Los Bronces copper project
11/28/2007 [-] UK gives 863 mln for African development projects
11/28/2007 [-] Ivorian cocoa workers to strike Dec 4
11/28/2007 [-] Rand gains as global markets rebound
11/28/2007 [-] S.Africa shares up on foreign markets turnaround
11/28/2007 [-] Egypt's c.bank governor gets second four-year term
11/28/2007 [-] Chicago Fed Midwest Manufacturing Index drops; led by autos,
11/28/2007 [-] Weaker consumer spending hurts Cracker Barrel
11/28/2007 [-] Business chamber urges caution over changes to IR laws
11/28/2007 [-] Turnaround expert hired to lead Handleman
11/28/2007 [-] Bush's top economic aide to resign
11/28/2007 [-] Argos open on Saturday despite strike threat
11/28/2007 [-] Oil mixed after Saudi Minister's comments
11/28/2007 [-] US durable orders drop for third month
11/28/2007 [-] US home sales drop 1.2%, record price slump
11/28/2007 [-] Nationwide manager should be reinstated Court
11/28/2007 [-] Dubai Firm Gets Stake In Sony
11/28/2007 [-] United employee group Pay workers, not investors
11/28/2007 [-] TPG says would consider fresh Iberia bid
11/28/2007 [-] Scottish & Newcastle may push Carlsberg onto offensive
11/28/2007 [-] KPMG says 2007 revenue rises
11/28/2007 [-] SRM boosts Northern Rock stake further
11/28/2007 [-] Data to flag slowing housing market
11/28/2007 [-] Stocks Jump As Interest Rate Cut Hopes Increase
11/28/2007 [-] Market rallies as banks extend rebound
11/28/2007 [-] Kohn says Fed needs to be 'nimble' amid turmoil
11/28/2007 [-] Wyden, Obama push plan to rate credit cards
11/28/2007 [-] CPSC recalls Burnside children's jackets
11/28/2007 [-] U.S. stocks rise on Fed official's remarks
11/28/2007 [-] Take-Two Is Staying in the Business
11/28/2007 [-] Pay back for those who back business
11/28/2007 [-] Marlborough a contender' for conference business
11/28/2007 [-] 6Mil Investment Challenge Grooms 25 NZ Businesses
11/28/2007 [-] COMESA bloc extends Kenya's sugar import waiver
11/28/2007 [-] Investor buys major stake in Office Depot
11/28/2007 [-] Parade To Honor Earmuff Inventor
11/28/2007 [-] A Lightbulb in My Logo
11/28/2007 [-] Christmas 1K
11/28/2007 [-] Lights! Camera! Profit!
11/28/2007 [-] BUSINESS NEWS UPDATE
11/28/2007 [-] Johnson Matthey posts 7.6 percent gain in 1st-half profit
11/28/2007 [-] Sony plans to open development studio in India as online gaming gains popularity
11/28/2007 [-] London's FTSE-100 index up 47.2 points at 6,187.9
11/28/2007 [-] U.S dollar up, gold down in European morning trading
11/28/2007 [-] Roche accepts FDA's proposal for new warning labels on Tamiflu
11/28/2007 [-] Alitalia warns of delays from strike Friday
11/28/2007 [-] Orders for big-ticket manufactured goods in US drop for third straight month
11/28/2007 [-] Polish central bank raises interest rates by quarter point
11/28/2007 [-] DSG says 1st-half profit rose 8.8 percent
11/28/2007 [-] Former Russian economics minister German Graf to head OAO Sberbank
11/28/2007 [-] Oil Prices Rise Amid Mixed Output Signs
11/28/2007 [-] Stocks Jump As Rate Cut Hopes Increase
11/28/2007 [-] Bulgaria Business Reduced CO2 Quota is a Disaster
11/28/2007 [-] Nooyi inspires all-women business school in Punjab
11/28/2007 [-] Robbery reported at Alabama City business
11/28/2007 [-] Amazon user data request dropped
11/28/2007 [-] London property market 'is slowing'
11/28/2007 [-] Financial firms warned over adverts
11/28/2007 [-] Jafza logistics hub Support for project strong, Clyburn says
11/28/2007 [-] Feds Raid Louisville Business, Home
11/28/2007 [-] Canada seeks price data from candy bar makers
11/28/2007 [-] American Eagle plans 'concept 4' stores
11/28/2007 [-] Brown Shoe profit slightly higher
11/28/2007 [-] Fed's Kohn Recent turmoil may tighten credit more
11/28/2007 [-] Oct durables orders down for 3rd straight month
11/28/2007 [-] Beijing may move toward stronger yuan
11/28/2007 [-] Vehicle output climbs in Japan
11/28/2007 [-] Abu Dhabi stake in Citi called key but no cure
11/28/2007 [-] Google expands support for wind and solar power
11/28/2007 [-] Energy bill talks deadline arrives
11/28/2007 [-] Suppliers by the numbers
11/28/2007 [-] ECONOMY A look at the future
11/28/2007 [-] COMPONENT CRISIS Suppliers dwindling
11/28/2007 [-] Detroit-area home prices sink
11/28/2007 [-] Sri Lanka secures 1.5 bln dlrs in aid from Iran
11/28/2007 [-] Oxfam warns EU-East Africa trade deal may cause revenue loss
11/28/2007 [-] EU hits glass cartel with 487 mln euro fines
11/28/2007 [-] Scientist's obsession burns hot
11/28/2007 [-] Peer-to-peer lending making a comeback
11/28/2007 [-] Confidence at two-year low
11/28/2007 [-] Signet fails to sparkle in the US as it warns of profit slide
11/28/2007 [-] Wolseley set to cut 3,000 US jobs
11/28/2007 [-] Power Knocked Out To Thousands Of Homes & Businesses
11/28/2007 [-] Czech film industry to get financial boost from TV commercials
11/28/2007 [-] Barenaked Ladies to perform at auto show preview
11/28/2007 [-] Businessmen Petition SoS for Local Government
11/28/2007 [-] Orders for Big-Ticket Goods Drop
11/28/2007 [-] Northrop Grumman, Raytheon finalists in competition to build GPS station
11/28/2007 [-] Clear Channel eliminates Orlando-area traffic reporters
11/28/2007 [-] Rosen may be down, but he's certainly not out
11/28/2007 [-] Delay sought in sale of bankrupt Lexington Hotel
11/28/2007 [-] MacKinnon-Cann Inn receives Tourism Business of the Year award
11/28/2007 [-] Job protection scares China's workers
11/28/2007 [-] Hong Kong and the hookah of Islamic investment
11/28/2007 [-] Highlights of Economic and Business Growth in the Tampa Bay Region
11/28/2007 [-] RedHawks back to business
11/28/2007 [-] Wolseley to cut 1,300 more jobs due to business recession 0
11/28/2007 [-] EU urges China to strengthen yuan vs euro 0
11/28/2007 [-] Cable Industry Wins Compromise on F.C.C. Plans
11/28/2007 [-] Bush Adviser Reportedly Resigning
11/28/2007 [-] Freddie Mac to sell 6 billion in stock, cut dividend in half
11/28/2007 [-] - Freddie Mac to Sell Stock, Cut Dividend
11/28/2007 [-] Stocks rebound, Dow up 215 after Abu Dhabi-Citi deal
11/28/2007 [-] EU fines glassmakers €487m for cartel
11/28/2007 [-] Trams warning 'traffic ban will kill businesses'
11/28/2007 [-] Carphone misleading over iPhone
11/28/2007 [-] Oil prices near US94 as OPEC says it's ready to supply more oil
11/28/2007 [-] Bombardier raises jet output as profit rises
11/28/2007 [-] Oil prices narrowly mixed after Saudi OPEC comments
11/28/2007 [-] Rising prices weigh heavily on German consumers
11/28/2007 [-] Gold slips under 800 on firmer dollar
11/28/2007 [-] Dollar higher before key Federal Reserve report
11/28/2007 [-] OPEC to spend US150b by 2012 to boost production
11/28/2007 [-] Fort Wayne woos L.A.-area parts supplier
11/28/2007 [-] German plastic giant settles on New Castle
11/28/2007 [-] Another bleak day for Australian stocks
11/28/2007 [-] China puts top priority on inflation
11/28/2007 [-] Dollar up 5.11 kopeks, euro down 6.30 kopeks Central Bank
11/28/2007 [-] Rostelecom net profit soars more than 400% in 1H07
11/28/2007 [-] Big oil producers invest trillions of petrodollars
11/28/2007 [-] Sask. engineering firms recognized for innovation
11/28/2007 [-] Dubai World Trade Centre receives trade promotion award from the American Business Council
11/28/2007 [-] VistaPrint Business Cards
11/28/2007 [-] Oil Prices Steady on Mixed Signals
11/28/2007 [-] US Stock Futures Point to Higher Open
11/28/2007 [-] Cessna to build new plane in China
11/28/2007 [-] GM to make hybrids in China
11/28/2007 [-] KU med students serve on national boards
11/28/2007 [-] Most Asian markets fall as uncertain outlook in US outweighs overnight Wall Street gain
11/28/2007 [-] Wolseley to cut 1,300 more jobs in the US
11/28/2007 [-] Oxy to expand projects in Libya
11/28/2007 [-] KepLand sets up JV to develop housing project in Vietnam
11/28/2007 [-] In U.S. presidential race, a glut of oil promises
11/28/2007 [-] The funeral industry increasingly goes digital
11/28/2007 [-] Federal agency investigates foreclosures by Countrywide
11/28/2007 [-] Asian property boom triggers fear of a crisis
11/28/2007 [-] SET closes a tad lower
11/28/2007 [-] Indian shares fall on profit taking, Sensex down 1 percent
11/28/2007 [-] Robots laugh, solve puzzles and get dental treatment at Japanese exhibit
11/28/2007 [-] Oil prices steady amid conflicting signals from OPEC
11/28/2007 [-] European finance chiefs push for stronger yuan, warn of frustration over trade deficit
11/28/2007 [-] Board of Dutch industrial conglomerate Stork supports new takeover bid
11/28/2007 [-] What next in the Blaired Party donations business?
11/28/2007 [-] EU mobile phone charges reduced
11/28/2007 [-] Rates hit business confidence
11/28/2007 [-] Dollar rises to 1-week highs, but more weakness seen
11/28/2007 [-] European shares mixed; banks gain, miners weaken
11/28/2007 [-] Gold slides 2 pct on softer oil, firmer dollar
11/28/2007 [-] Africa to hike sugar output despite infrastructure
11/28/2007 [-] S.Africa shares dip on Anglo, BHP Billiton, Telkom
11/28/2007 [-] Telkom ends disposal talks with MTN, Vodafone
11/28/2007 [-] Rate hike likely as S.Africa Oct CPIX quickens
11/28/2007 [-] S.Africa business confidence down on higher rates
11/28/2007 [-] Gold de-hedging slows to a modest 31 T in Q3 GFMS
11/28/2007 [-] House price inflation slows
11/28/2007 [-] Aerospace Notebook Boeing to finish tankers in Wichita
11/28/2007 [-] Business tycoon says Zuma likely to win ANC leadership race
11/28/2007 [-] MIT sets prize for energy ideas
11/28/2007 [-] House prices +8.1 pct y/y in Oct
11/28/2007 [-] Japan's retail sales up 0.8 percent in October on healthy auto and fuel sales
11/28/2007 [-] Euro falls against U.S. dollar on speculation ECB may not raise interest rates
11/28/2007 [-] Compass Group says full-year profits rose 81 percent
11/28/2007 [-] EU fines 4 companies €487 million for price-fixing cartel
11/28/2007 [-] Norwegian investment house Terra Securities declares bankruptcy
11/28/2007 [-] UK opposition calls for prime minister's aide to quit over funding row
11/28/2007 [-] German automaker Porsche reports increase in revenues over first four months
11/28/2007 [-] Iraq to build new oil refinery
11/28/2007 [-] Australian mining company begins in Cambodia
11/28/2007 [-] Delegation from Oman on working visit to Singapore
11/28/2007 [-] REFILING Australian mining firm begins drilling in Cambodia
11/28/2007 [-] Porsche reports increased sales and turnover
11/28/2007 [-] Voluntary carbon projects lose credits under Kyoto
11/28/2007 [-] Australian media, gambling group clears final hurdle to demerger
11/28/2007 [-] Dollar down in Asia as sub-prime worries resurface
11/28/2007 [-] Prudential to outsource insurance jobs in Britain and India
11/28/2007 [-] Profits up 81% at catering giant Compass
11/28/2007 [-] Holiday shoppers shift to open online rush
11/28/2007 [-] AP Centerpiece Strangers swap money online as person-to-person lending makes a comeback
11/28/2007 [-] Google to invest in 'green' electricity
11/28/2007 [-] Regulatory clouds still hang over NZ utilities
11/28/2007 [-] EU-East Africa trade deal may cause revenue loss, unemployment Oxfam
11/28/2007 [-] London Business School Dubai centre opened
11/28/2007 [-] UK Businesses Blind to the Data Breach Risks of Temporary Staff
11/28/2007 [-] Foreclosures weigh on economy
11/28/2007 [-] Grim View of Iraq Dangers in Survey of Journalists
11/28/2007 [-] Porsche gives holiday reprieve to Volkswagen staffers
11/28/2007 [-] Delay sought in sale of bankrupt Lexington Hotel at Orlando CityPlace
11/28/2007 [-] EU hits glass cartel with half-billion euro fine
11/28/2007 [-] Inflation surges in Vietnam's red-hot economy
11/28/2007 [-] Oversupply looms in Singapore's office sector report
11/28/2007 [-] Compass profit jumps 81 pct as it focuses on core business
11/28/2007 [-] Wolseley cuts 3,000 jobs


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