02/04/2013 12:21amCorruption is so pervasive in Pakistan that even Osama bin Laden had to pay a bribe to build his hideout in the northwest where he was killed by U.S. commandos.
02/04/2013 1:13amMajor Israeli cellphone provider Pelephone has ruled out a cyberattack as the cause for its service disruption.
02/04/2013 1:33amFast-growing Etihad Airways tripled net profits last year as it added routes and code-share arrangements in its expanding rivalries with other premium Gulf airlines, the Abu Dhabi-based carrier said Monday.
02/04/2013 4:10amAnglo American Platinum Ltd., the world's largest producer of the metal, announced Monday it suffered an operating loss of $715 million in 2012 as violent labor unrest in South Africa paralyzed its operations for weeks.
02/04/2013 4:15amCentrica PLC, the owner of British Gas, is pulling out of plans to build four new nuclear power reactors in Britain, citing uncertainty over the overall cost of the project.
02/04/2013 4:28amQatar Telecom says it has increased its share in the Iraqi phone service provider Asiacell from 53.9 percent to 64.06 percent after a successful public offering for a quarter of the Iraqi company's shares.
02/04/2013 4:39amTo save money during the harsh Baltic winter, Romanas Ziabkinas did something unremarkable: He turned off his central heating and installed a cheaper electric heater. Now he finds himself neck-deep in legal woes.
02/04/2013 5:38amAt the same time the government certified Boeing's 787 Dreamliners as safe, federal rules barred the type of batteries used to power the airliner's electrical systems from being carried as cargo on passenger planes because of the fire risk.
02/04/2013 5:52amThe Federal Aviation Administration is requiring inspections on tens of thousands of older model Piper airplanes to check cables that control tail surfaces.
02/04/2013 5:58amA Russian official said Monday that Moscow may soon resume imports of Georgian wine, mineral water and fruit after a seven-year ban, the first tentative step toward repairing the ruptured ties between the two ex-Soviet neighbors.
02/04/2013 8:06amCruise giant Royal Caribbean lost $392.8 million in the fourth quarter because of losses associated with its Spanish cruise line, Pullmantur.
02/04/2013 8:37amThe rescue program for Spain's banks is on track, according to a review by EU authorities, but the country faces significant economic challenges, including high unemployment and a shrinking economy.
02/04/2013 10:05amMcDonald's says it is offering its first new Happy Meal entree in a decade: Fish McBites.
02/04/2013 11:29amSTRKING RESULTS: Anglo American Platinum Ltd., the world's largest producer of the metal, had an operating loss of $715 million in 2012 as violent labor unrest in South Africa paralyzed its operations for weeks.
02/04/2013 2:39pmThe U.S. government is expected to file civil charges against Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, alleging that it fraudulently gave high ratings to mortgage debt that later plunged in value and helped fuel the 2008 financial crisis.
02/04/2013 2:52pmShares of drugmaker Merck & Co. declined Monday after two analysts downgraded their ratings, mainly due to worries that results of patient studies could hurt prospects for a few drugs and drag down future revenue and profit.
02/04/2013 3:00pmWHEAT FALLS: Wheat prices fell for a third day, as forecasters predicted rain in the coming days for the Great Plains region. That should help this year's crop.
02/04/2013 4:06pmFederal regulators say approval of the first generic version of cancer drug Doxil will help resolve a lingering shortage triggered by manufacturing deficiencies.
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