12/27/2012 12:07amThe Philippine's defense chief says the government has signed separate contracts worth 163 billion pesos (about $39 million) with Italian and South Korean companies to supply helicopters and trucks as part of efforts to modernize its poorly equipped military.
12/27/2012 2:37amNorth Korea's trade with China surged more than 60 percent last year, a sign of deepening dependence on Pyongyang's biggest ally.
12/27/2012 6:03amFour national retailers agreed to recall more than 150,000 Nap Nanny baby recliners after at least five infant deaths and dozens of reports of children nearly falling out of the recliners, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said Thursday.
12/27/2012 6:05amA powerful winter storm brought snow to inland parts of the Northeast and driving rain and wind to areas along the coast Thursday, a day after it swept through the nation's middle, dumping a record snowfall in Arkansas and ruining holiday travel plans for thousands.
12/27/2012 10:37amThe Financial Industry Regulatory Authority says five of the country's largest banks will pay $4.5 million to settle claims they used municipal and state bond funds to pay lobbyists.
12/27/2012 10:39amLooks like Shamu may soon be making a splash in the stock market.
12/27/2012 11:00amChevron CEO John Watson notices something important as he visits his company's operations around the globe: Governments everywhere find high energy prices much scarier than the threat of global warming.
12/27/2012 11:50amFISHING FOR INVESTORS: SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. is looking to go public, with an initial goal of raising $100 million through an initial public offering. The company is owned by private equity firm Blackstone Group LP and plans to use money from the IPO to pay debt and make a payment to Blackstone.
12/27/2012 12:01pmNEW HOME SALES RISE: Americans bought new homes last month at the fastest pace in more than two and a half years. Sales rose 4.4 percent in November from October to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 377,000.
12/27/2012 12:13pmShares of Steinway Musical Instruments Inc. fell to an annual low Thursday after the company said it has decided not to sell its band instrument business.
12/27/2012 12:14pmAndrew Neitlich is the last person you'd expect to be rattled by the stock market.
12/27/2012 3:39pmPLENTY OF UNCERTAINTIES: Mangers of stock mutual funds say it's more difficult than usual to predict what the market will do next year. Key issues include the "fiscal cliff" negotiations in Washington and tax and spending questions that lawmakers must deal with in 2013.
12/27/2012 3:45pmA safe route around the "fiscal cliff" continues to elude Congress and the White House. A recession is possible if automatic tax increases and spending cuts begin to take effect on Jan. 1, and people are afraid. Consumer confidence fell for a second straight month in December.
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