12/03/2012 1:17amThe Iraq Stock Exchange says one of the country's largest mobile operators will start publicly trading its shares early next year. It will be the first stock float since the reign of Saddam Hussein.
12/03/2012 4:43amTom Mockridge, the chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's British newspapers who was parachuted in to steady an organization swamped in scandal, is leaving the company at the end of the year.
12/03/2012 4:47amFor Alzheimer's patients and their families, desperate for an effective treatment for the epidemic disease, there's hope from new studies starting up and insights from recent ones that didn't quite pan out.
12/03/2012 4:56amBritish lawmakers on Monday accused major multinational companies including Starbucks, Google and Amazon of immoral tax avoidance, while Starbucks announced it is reviewing its British tax practices in a bid to restore public trust.
12/03/2012 5:47amShin Cheol-soo no longer sees his future in the United States.
12/03/2012 7:58amEuropean aerospace and defense company EADS NV says its key shareholders are discussing potential changes to its structure and management.
12/03/2012 8:03amGermany will achieve a balanced budget across all layers of government this year thanks to a resilient economy, low unemployment, higher tax revenues and low borrowing costs, the Finance Ministry said Monday.
12/03/2012 9:06amCyprus has offered to mediate between Lebanon and Israel over a maritime border dispute that is delaying some oil and gas exploration in the Mediterranean, a Cypriot official said Monday.
12/03/2012 9:46amVietnam's state-owned oil and gas company accused Chinese fishing boats on Monday of sabotaging one of its seismic survey ships in the South China Sea, adding to already high tensions over Beijing's disputed territorial claims in the waters.
12/03/2012 9:52amDell's stock climbed more than 5 percent on Monday as a Goldman Sachs analyst raised his rating and price target on the company. The analyst said that there may be too much skepticism over the personal computing segment.
12/03/2012 10:29amSouth African chemicals and energy company Sasol Ltd. said it could spend up to $21 billion to build a complex in Louisiana to turn natural gas into diesel, other fuels and chemicals.
12/03/2012 10:38amThe leaders of Russia and Turkey on Monday downplayed differences over the Syrian civil war, saying they shared the common goal of trying to end the humanitarian crisis there and hailing their countries' booming trade ties.
12/03/2012 10:41amCHURCH CHIRPS: Benedict XVI, a pope known for hefty volumes of theology, is now trying brevity _ spreading the faith through his own Twitter account. The pontiff will tweet in eight languages using the handle (at)Pontifex.
12/03/2012 11:12amDrugmaker Pfizer Inc. is starting another round of layoffs, targeting U.S. sales representatives who promote Pfizer primary care medicines to doctors.
12/03/2012 11:25amSouth African chemicals and energy company Sasol Ltd. said it could spend up to $21 billion to build a complex in Louisiana to turn natural gas into chemicals, diesel and other fuels.
12/03/2012 11:32amALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH: Scientists at drugmakers including Merck, Eli Lilly and Roche are starting a new round of studies of potential drugs to treat or perhaps even prevent Alzheimer's disease.
12/03/2012 11:43amA storm is brewing in Europe over how little Internet powerhouses like Google and Amazon are paying in tax.
12/03/2012 11:52amCreditCards.com reports that the average credit card debt per household is $15,799. If this is the case, then a lot of families need to avoid the holiday debt hangover.
12/03/2012 12:23pmA look at some facts and figures about Alzheimer's disease, the only illness among the top 10 killers of Americans for which there's no cure or even a way to slow disease progression:
12/03/2012 1:12pmSlovenia's prime minister is on trial accused of involvement in a bribery scandal. The main opposition leader _ who is also mayor of the capital _ is under investigation for alleged corruption. So is the mayor of the EU nation's second-largest city.
12/03/2012 1:13pmThe Food and Drug Administration said Monday it will collaborate with medical device manufacturers on a public-private partnership designed to speed up the development of new medical technology.
12/03/2012 1:32pmAn early spike in the price of oil was short-lived on Monday, as optimism about a strong manufacturing report from China gave way to worries here at home.
12/03/2012 1:57pmFormer presidential candidate and Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is rejoining Marriott International's board of directors.
12/03/2012 2:17pmA Delaware judge is approving a $110 settlement in a shareholder lawsuit challenging Kinder Morgan Inc.'s $21 billion acquisition of El Paso Corp., a deal that created the country's largest natural gas pipeline operator.
12/03/2012 2:29pmSPENDING RISES: U.S. builders increased their spending on construction projects 1.4 percent in October, the biggest increase since May.
12/03/2012 2:58pmOracle Corp. will pay three of next year's quarterly dividends this year in an apparent attempt to avoid possible tax hikes for its investors.
12/03/2012 2:58pmFederal regulators have charged the Chinese affiliates of five of the biggest U.S. accounting firms with impeding the government's investigation of Chinese companies by refusing to turn over documents.
12/03/2012 3:16pmFederal regulators have charged the Chinese affiliates of five of the biggest U.S. accounting firms with impeding the government's investigation of Chinese companies by refusing to turn over documents.
12/03/2012 3:31pmAgribusiness conglomerate Archer Daniels Midland Co. is increasing its buyout offer for GrainCorp by almost 4 percent and disclosed it has already added to its stake in the Australian grain handler.
12/03/2012 3:55pmSea Launch AG says it has placed a communication satellite into orbit for global provider Eutelsat.
12/03/2012 4:20pmLincoln is getting a new car and a new name designed to reverse 20 years of falling sales.
12/03/2012 4:51pmBACK TO THE FUTURE: Ford's 97-year-old Lincoln luxury brand is going back to its original name _ Lincoln Motor Co. _ in a bid to separate it from Ford and win over new buyers.
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