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12/01/2005 12:41:07a MFI says on track to meet market expectations
12/01/2005 12:40:47a MFI up 11.4% after update, plan to sell units
12/01/2005 12:40:07a S.A. companies land 600,000 in contracts
12/01/2005 12:39:37a Stocks falter despite healthy GDP numbers
12/01/2005 12:38:51a Crucell down 7.2% on bid for Berna
12/01/2005 12:38:07a Old Mutual previously wanted 90% Skandia holder OK
12/01/2005 12:37:57a Critics go to court against new law
12/01/2005 12:37:37a Nokia to boost Chinese phone production
12/01/2005 12:37:17a GDP proves hardy despite storms
12/01/2005 12:36:27a Co-op out to simplify credentials for doctors
12/01/2005 12:35:37a Old Mutual up 0.5% after reducing Skandia acceptance level
12/01/2005 12:35:17a Owner of Star solicits initial bids for chain
12/01/2005 12:35:07a German DAX 30 up 0.4% at 5,215
12/01/2005 12:34:37a KCK casino dismantled as dispute continues
12/01/2005 12:33:57a Growth in manufacturing slows across several states
12/01/2005 12:33:47a FTSE 100 index up 0.5% at 5,450
12/01/2005 12:33:37a Foundry has red-hot reputation
12/01/2005 12:33:29a Valero appears ready to split stocks today
12/01/2005 12:33:07a Signs point to a strong economy
12/01/2005 12:32:57a Business Briefs Clear Channel eyes mobile radio
12/01/2005 12:32:47a Japanese Stocks Up; Dollar Higher vs. Yen
12/01/2005 12:32:37a KC area employment picture improves
12/01/2005 12:32:17a David Hendricks Rise in housing prices dubbed normal, not a bubble
12/01/2005 12:30:47a Oce combines unit, names new head of division
12/01/2005 12:30:29a FEMA making progress on evacuee housing
12/01/2005 12:30:17a Palms on KC?s streets? For a while, it?s no illusion
12/01/2005 12:30:07a United Utilities revenue rises, to writedown telecom value
12/01/2005 12:25:13a Prudential says to buy all of online bank Egg
12/01/2005 12:24:26a De Beers to pay 250M to settle charges
12/01/2005 12:23:02a Key events inthe BlackBerrydispute
12/01/2005 12:21:22a Fund spotlight Putnam New Value Fund
12/01/2005 12:21:02a MP3.com founder's backup plan
12/01/2005 12:19:42a Firms bid for Danish telecom
12/01/2005 12:18:22a Gold, platinum futures fall
12/01/2005 12:15:42a Stock in the news Harrah's Entertainment
12/01/2005 12:15:12a Stocks move mostly lower as the GDP shows strength
12/01/2005 12:14:52a Samsung pleads guilty to price-fixing conspiracy
12/01/2005 12:14:32a EU won't offer more farm-tariff cuts
12/01/2005 12:14:12a BlackBerry parent in a jam
12/01/2005 12:14:01a Jack's profit rises despite some closures
12/01/2005 12:13:22a Economic indicators are strong in quarter
12/01/2005 12:05:25a Denmark shipping giant orders three vessels from China
12/01/2005 12:05:15a China, NZ concludes 5th round of free trade talks
12/01/2005 12:04:25a Sock city marches far into global market
12/01/2005 12:04:15a Google steps up game with cash, hires
12/01/2005 12:04:05a Microsoft moving on software, judge says
12/01/2005 12:03:55a Mexico hopes to sell airline next year
12/01/2005 12:03:15a GM to cut fleet sales to increase profits
12/01/2005 12:02:25a Costco selling limited number of Dell laptops, desktops
12/01/2005 12:02:10a Consumer report discourages investors
12/01/2005 12:00:58a Shoppers splurge, for now
12/01/2005 12:00:37a Airbus may get major order for A320 jets
12/01/2005 12:00:35a New Package Deals Urged for Cable and Satellite TV
11/30/2005 11:59:16p US, China urged to cooperate in energy
11/30/2005 11:58:59p China cars no threat to Japan report
11/30/2005 11:58:54p Man's invention gets rid of vehicles' blind spots
11/30/2005 11:58:52p Citigroup granted 150m additional investment quota
11/30/2005 11:57:35p Price-gouging law pursued
11/30/2005 11:57:27p SMG, Shanghai telecom to launch IPTV
11/30/2005 11:54:23p De Beers to settle most US suits
11/30/2005 11:48:35p ECB Expected to Raise Interest Rates
11/30/2005 11:38:48p Hurricane Victims' Bills Coming Due
11/30/2005 11:38:18p Council Panel Enlists Businesses in Fighting Obesity
11/30/2005 11:37:48p Too Poor for Hot Housing Market, Too Affluent for Buyer Assistance
11/30/2005 11:37:28p Economy Grew Briskly in 3rd Quarter
11/30/2005 11:36:08p Ruling Puts BlackBerry Maker at Crossroads
11/30/2005 11:35:08p Firm Noted in Complaint Directs Alito Investments
11/30/2005 11:34:09p Vying for Remote Control
11/30/2005 11:09:19p "French CNN" seen operational by end of 2006
11/30/2005 11:05:01p One Director, Two Boards and a Fight at Time Warner
11/30/2005 11:04:31p Mapmakers and Mythmakers
11/30/2005 11:04:11p Trade Leader for Europe Refuses to Cut Farm Tariffs
11/30/2005 11:04:01p Economic Scene In Silicon Valley, Job Hopping Contributes to Innovation
11/30/2005 11:03:41p Lawmakers Seek Inquiry on Pensions
11/30/2005 11:03:31p World Business Briefing Europe, Asia and Americas
11/30/2005 11:02:12p Producer of Syringes Is Sued Over Firing
11/30/2005 11:01:51p Profit Increases at Tiffany
11/30/2005 11:01:21p Lewis Horowitz, 70, Promoter of Financial Futures Trading, Dies
11/30/2005 11:01:01p Samsung Is Guilty in Price-Fixing Case
11/30/2005 11:00:41p 15 Makers of Plastic Bags Fined Over Price-Fixing Scheme
11/30/2005 10:59:51p Equity Firms Buy Danish Phone Company
11/30/2005 10:59:11p Economy Shows Some Resilience in Quarter
11/30/2005 10:58:41p G.E. to Cut Stake in Insurer
11/30/2005 10:58:21p Advertising Like the Show? Buy the Book. And the Earrings. And the ...
11/30/2005 10:58:01p Black set to appear in US court
11/30/2005 10:57:41p British Air Announces Big Job Cuts for Managers
11/30/2005 10:57:11p Eurozone rates set for increase
11/30/2005 10:57:01p Small Business My Spouse, My Chief Executive Officer
11/30/2005 10:56:51p Blair attempts to broker EU deal
11/30/2005 10:56:31p Sun Offers Free Version of Java Tools
11/30/2005 10:56:21p Concern Over Higher Rates Pushes Share Prices Lower
11/30/2005 10:56:01p New WellPoint Chairman
11/30/2005 10:55:51p Britain, the Continent and the Issue of Foreign Ownership
11/30/2005 10:55:48p Economy Shows Some Resilience in Quarter
11/30/2005 10:55:11p De Beers Will Pay 250 Million to Settle Diamond Pricing Suits
11/30/2005 10:54:51p A California Ruling Sends 2 Stem Cell Suits to Trial
11/30/2005 10:47:11p US Senate asked to look into AWB's Iraq activities
11/30/2005 10:46:41p Critics More Turning Away From Wal-Mart
11/30/2005 10:45:27p Black set to appear in US court
11/30/2005 10:45:18p Blair attempts to broker EU deal
11/30/2005 10:43:34p Black set to appear in US court
11/30/2005 10:41:41p Judge May Halt BlackBerry Service in U.S.
11/30/2005 10:41:21p Hardie signs 4.5b compensation deal
11/30/2005 10:41:01p Telstra attacks 'restrictive regulations'
11/30/2005 10:39:51p Trade deficit blows out by 13pc
11/30/2005 10:39:05p Timor Sea border dispute settled
11/30/2005 10:32:30p One Director, Two Boards and a Fight at Time Warner
11/30/2005 10:31:00p Profit Increases at Tiffany
11/30/2005 10:30:15p Samsung Is Guilty in Price-Fixing Case
11/30/2005 10:26:31p British Air Announces Big Job Cuts for Managers
11/30/2005 10:18:55p Eurozone rates set for increase
11/30/2005 10:15:41p Ex-Hollinger execs no-shows
11/30/2005 10:15:00p Judge throws out RIM request
11/30/2005 10:14:40p China's new rules open door to Amway, Avon, others
11/30/2005 10:14:30p Rumours of buy-out deal hit Janus shares
11/30/2005 10:14:10p Fraud counts against Scrushy tossed
11/30/2005 10:13:50p Banks rake in more in fees but don't share
11/30/2005 10:13:40p Tokyo stocks edge up on exporters' gains
11/30/2005 10:13:10p Medicare fixes info glitch on website
11/30/2005 10:11:31p Court rules against BlackBerry maker; patent case to proceed
11/30/2005 10:11:10p Sun moves to reinvent itself
11/30/2005 10:10:40p Speedo speeds suits to winter athletes
11/30/2005 09:59:29p Rim Loses Another Round
11/30/2005 09:55:42p Merck's Japanese unit to cut 300 jobs
11/30/2005 09:53:27p Oil sideways after gains on US crude stock drop
11/30/2005 09:45:07p Eurozone rates set for increase
11/30/2005 09:33:18p Newsletter editor looks to growth-stock fund resurgence
11/30/2005 09:32:48p A taxing new e-mail scam
11/30/2005 09:32:24p A la carte may be on cable menu
11/30/2005 09:31:48p Are you ready for a medical emergency?
11/30/2005 09:31:40p Is Hong Kong just a stage on the road to nowhere?
11/30/2005 09:31:28p Fewer regulators won't fix brokerage industry
11/30/2005 09:31:08p Imagine all the people - without BlackBerry devices
11/30/2005 09:30:58p Asian markets slip in early trading
11/30/2005 09:30:38p Spot gold quoted at 492.30 in Asia trade
11/30/2005 09:15:52p China, Singapore upgrade aviation cooperation
11/30/2005 09:14:42p Nation to see huge steel surplus in 2006
11/30/2005 09:14:02p China grants Citigroup 150m additional investment quota
11/30/2005 09:10:52p China's textile exports to hit US116bln
11/30/2005 09:01:34p Daily Mail puts local papers up for sale
11/30/2005 08:53:55p Judge Voids BlackBerry Settlement
11/30/2005 08:26:15p An order of ESPN, hold the QVC
11/30/2005 08:14:47p BA new chief cuts 600 jobs from top ranks
11/30/2005 08:12:20p BlackBerry Patent Case Is Nearer Showdown
11/30/2005 08:00:14p AGM offers Evans & Tate shareholders little joy
11/30/2005 07:58:34p IR law debate gagged
11/30/2005 07:57:14p The Credit Card Debt Dilemma
11/30/2005 07:56:58p Fast US growth outstrips estimate
11/30/2005 07:55:34p Lihir share price drops after Rio Tinto sell-off
11/30/2005 07:55:03p Hardie signs 4.5b asbestos compensation deal
11/30/2005 07:53:53p 'Cyber Monday' A Success
11/30/2005 07:52:54p Lacklustre manufacturing figures spread Christmas gloom
11/30/2005 07:28:26p FCC Chairman Urges Cable TV to Police Itself Over Indecency
11/30/2005 07:14:31p TDC agrees to 10.2bn leveraged buy-out
11/30/2005 07:14:11p Bush hits back at his critics over Iraq war
11/30/2005 07:14:01p Microsoft set to follow Google on online listings
11/30/2005 07:13:51p China warns on impact of renminbi revaluation
11/30/2005 07:13:41p 'High risk groups' spreading HIV in China
11/30/2005 07:02:08p BA to jettison 600 managers
11/30/2005 06:59:16p Laboratory Corp COO Richard Novak to step down Dec. 1
11/30/2005 06:59:09p Hollinger executive a no-show
11/30/2005 06:59:06p Braverman We're nearly Third World
11/30/2005 06:58:48p Bombay Nov. same-store sales down 12.4%
11/30/2005 06:58:45p Judge Voids BlackBerry Settlement
11/30/2005 06:58:36p Peretz I would bring back treasury's pension bonds
11/30/2005 06:58:26p Jan. crude trading at 57.31, down 1c from NY close
11/30/2005 06:57:56p Elbit completes takeover of Elisra, Tadiran Communications
11/30/2005 06:57:46p Spot gold quoted at 493 in Asia trade
11/30/2005 06:57:36p CORRECT Fox Sports Int'l to air FIFA soccer tournament
11/30/2005 06:57:26p Head of Gov't Tobacco Trial Team Quits
11/30/2005 06:57:16p TTM Technologies appoints Steven Richards new CFO
11/30/2005 06:56:26p The Bottom Line / The Bolsheviks
11/30/2005 06:56:15p Jan. crude trading at 57.38, up 6c from NY close
11/30/2005 06:56:06p LabCorp COO Novak to retire; co. names King as new COO
11/30/2005 06:55:56p Bally Fitness to explore alternatives; posts 3Q net loss 5c
11/30/2005 06:55:36p Novell, Warner Music, Synopsys
11/30/2005 06:55:26p December heralds big deals for car buyers
11/30/2005 06:55:16p Laboratory Corp names David King as new COO
11/30/2005 06:55:06p Asia shares weakest peformers on ADR index
11/30/2005 06:54:56p Spot gold quoted at 490.90 in Asia trade
11/30/2005 06:54:45p TTM Technologies names Steven Richards CFO
11/30/2005 06:54:35p Tdsoft may have lost 13 million, but it's gained a Nasdaq listing
11/30/2005 06:54:26p Doctor says Vioxx contributed to death - WSJ
11/30/2005 06:47:09p Brown's great bullion sale has cost us 1.6bn
11/30/2005 06:46:49p Low fined 8.3m over bags cartel
11/30/2005 06:46:39p Rail tsar quizzed on train fracas
11/30/2005 06:46:09p Chinese bosses to get western-style incentives
11/30/2005 06:45:59p BT sells dotcom bubble brand Scoot
11/30/2005 06:45:28p The Credit Card Debt Dilemma
11/30/2005 06:45:21p 'Cyber Monday' A Success
11/30/2005 06:45:19p Walsh bloodbath for BA bosses
11/30/2005 06:45:09p 'Laughable' ban on smoking will fail, says M&B
11/30/2005 06:44:59p PD backs Australian-led takeover
11/30/2005 06:42:59p Make the sick pay, says Garnier
11/30/2005 06:42:20p Media groups key into Primelocation
11/30/2005 06:42:09p Plastics group hits at power 'complacency'
11/30/2005 06:41:19p Scientists say too many fish are snared in the wrong nets
11/30/2005 06:40:49p Homeowners fork out 6.5bn
11/30/2005 06:40:29p New airport screening rules focus on explosives, not sewing tools
11/30/2005 06:40:18p Pru paves way for 200m buyout of Egg minorities
11/30/2005 06:40:08p Consortium will buy TDC bonds
11/30/2005 06:39:48p British operators urge fuel tax cut in face of 'unfair foreign competition'
11/30/2005 06:39:39p Reforms would 'force small firms to cut staff and wages'
11/30/2005 06:39:09p Developer breaks ground on Arizona's 1st W Hotel
11/30/2005 06:38:40p Landmark ruling over BlackBerry
11/30/2005 06:36:28p Punch Taverns close to securing rival for 2.6bn
11/30/2005 06:33:35p UPDATE 1-Australia's Hardie signs A3.1 bln asbestos agreement
11/30/2005 06:28:41p Companies ordered to compensate Hennessy
11/30/2005 06:27:31p Dongfeng raises US500m in HK IPO
11/30/2005 06:27:02p Chery facing possible lawsuit
11/30/2005 06:26:31p HK allows 53 airlines to raise fuel surcharges
11/30/2005 06:26:21p ICBC freezes talks with Arab investors
11/30/2005 06:25:19p Slump in demand for housing goods hits B&Q
11/30/2005 06:24:51p Star Group has no plans to exit China
11/30/2005 06:24:31p Airbus may get major order for its A320 jets
11/30/2005 06:24:21p Surprise at E-World's UK deal
11/30/2005 06:24:01p U.K. Eyes Upping Retire Age To 69
11/30/2005 06:23:49p GSK expects cancer drug sales to double by 2009
11/30/2005 06:23:21p Banks have rights to set exchange rates
11/30/2005 06:22:41p BP-Sinopec expansion a success
11/30/2005 06:22:31p Regulator approves Citigroup's added QFII quota
11/30/2005 06:22:02p Small mainland companies due to be listed
11/30/2005 06:21:41p Guangzhou projects to boost tourism
11/30/2005 06:13:05p 'Cyber Monday' A Success
11/30/2005 06:09:42p Samsung Pleads Guilty in Price-Fixing Case
11/30/2005 06:05:48p Danish telecoms group in Europe's biggest buy-out
11/30/2005 05:59:24p November Ends With a Disappointed Dow
11/30/2005 05:57:32p Walsh wields axe at British Airways
11/30/2005 05:55:17p Heavy discounting hammers B&Q as profits slump 50%
11/30/2005 05:54:34p US hurricanes cost Lloyd's of London a record £2.9bn
11/30/2005 05:54:22p US and China Partners or Competitors for World's Oil?
11/30/2005 05:37:48p Doctor Testifies Against Vioxx in Federal Trial
11/30/2005 05:35:07p Intel Working with Companies in Entertainment Push
11/30/2005 05:33:30p Bally Hires JPMorgan for Possible Sale
11/30/2005 05:31:57p TIAA-CREF Customers Say IT Issues Not Resolved
11/30/2005 05:26:43p Update 3 Tiffany 3Q Profit Rises on Higher Margins
11/30/2005 05:24:38p EU sees Kiev as market economy
11/30/2005 05:23:07p Aloha bankruptcy scheme approved
11/30/2005 05:21:47p Building A Better Wine Bottle
11/30/2005 05:20:57p Weak day, strong month
11/30/2005 05:20:07p Cheaper rail fares 'hard to find'
11/30/2005 05:19:37p J. Crew says fur is out
11/30/2005 05:18:39p A patch for kids with attention deficit?
11/30/2005 05:18:27p Bally Total Fitness up for grabs?
11/30/2005 05:18:17p Security firm warns of IRS Web scam
11/30/2005 05:09:03p Bally says exploring sale of company
11/30/2005 05:08:54p J. Crew stops selling fur
11/30/2005 05:08:48p Blue chips fall on rate fears
11/30/2005 05:07:10p Mail group puts regional papers on the block for £1.5bn
11/30/2005 05:07:07p Domtar to Cut Jobs, Close or Sell Mills