01/04/2013 3:19amOnly one of Spain's luxury Parador hotels will close, instead of seven, as earlier planned, following negotiations between the parent company and labor unions.
01/04/2013 3:36amShark fin traders in Hong Kong have laid out thousands of fins on rooftops in what appears to be a move to escape public scrutiny of their industry.
01/04/2013 4:25amTwo Chinese companies have signed an $11.2 billion deal to build a new railway, a port and a steel factory in Cambodia.
01/04/2013 5:22amA Romanian court has given two journalists suspended prison sentences after they were convicted of trying to blackmail politicians and businessmen over a three-year period.
01/04/2013 5:40amA $9.7 billion measure to pay flood insurance claims is set for a vote in Congress, boosting prospects for relief for the many home and business owners flooded out by Superstorm Sandy.
01/04/2013 5:41amActor Patrick Dempsey said it appears his bid to buy a small coffee chain has prevailed in a bankruptcy auction that included Starbucks Corp.
01/04/2013 6:30amDaimler AG's luxury brand Mercedes saw record sales in 2012 after posting double digit gains in the United States.
01/04/2013 7:32amPNC Bank has warned customers its websites are getting hit with high traffic consistent with computer attacks.
01/04/2013 9:09amA timeline of key events in the fall and revival of General Motors Co.
01/04/2013 9:15amThe Chevrolet Sonic has come out of nowhere to become the top-selling subcompact in America.
01/04/2013 9:44amThe chief of the International Monetary Fund visited Malawi on Friday in a show of support for the southern African nation's decision to pursue tough economic reforms despite widespread opposition to the measures.
01/04/2013 10:32amUnlike most economic data from the U.S. government, the monthly unemployment rate isn't usually revised later. If, for example, the Labor Department says the rate was 7.7 percent in a particular month, that rate normally stays 7.7 percent.
01/04/2013 10:40amFOR REFORM: The chief of the International Monetary Fund visited Malawi on Friday in a show of support for the southern African nation's decision to pursue tough economic reforms despite widespread opposition to the measures.
01/04/2013 10:46amIt's "cash only" now for tourists at the Vatican wanting to pay for museum tickets, souvenirs and other services after Italy's central bank decided to block electronic payments, including credit cards, at the tiny city-state.
01/04/2013 12:00pmUnlike most economic data from the U.S. government, the monthly unemployment rate isn't usually revised later. If, for example, the Labor Department says the rate was 7.7 percent in a particular month, that rate normally stays 7.7 percent.
01/04/2013 1:21pmA former top Berkshire Hathaway executive who many investors expected to succeed Warren Buffett one day reportedly won't face any charges for questionable trades he made before resigning in 2011, his lawyer said.
01/04/2013 1:30pmOne of the longest and most bitter labor disputes in Atlantic City, N.J. is over.
01/04/2013 1:49pmThe ability to access a car quickly and give it back after a few hours is exploding in popularity among both college students and city dwellers.
01/04/2013 2:24pmTAILORED FOR TABLETS: Izik is billed as the first search designed especially for iPads and tablet computers running on Google Inc.'s Android software. Free Izik apps for those devices were released Friday.
01/04/2013 2:45pmWhen the word reached the Orion Assembly Plant, it spread along the serpentine assembly line like news of a death or natural disaster: General Motors, the biggest automaker in the world, had filed for bankruptcy protection.
01/04/2013 3:07pmIs Target's grocery aisle ready for its close up?
01/04/2013 4:15pmRuss Wasendorf Sr. duped customers, regulators and his colleagues as he pulled off a 20-year, $100 million fraud at his Iowa-based brokerage. The state's tax collectors say he and his ex-wife also duped them, and that the former couple owes Iowa more than $14.1 million in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties.
01/04/2013 4:24pmEli Lilly and Co. unveiled a better-than-expected 2013 earnings forecast Friday, in part because the pharmaceutical company expects growth from several established drugs to help make up for revenue lost to generic competition.
01/04/2013 5:07pmA Caesars Entertainment casino executive known as Rockin' Don is stepping down after more than three years as president of the company's eastern division.
01/04/2013 5:47pmFederal regulators have sued JPMorgan Chase & Co. over the sale of mortgage securities that contributed to the collapse of three credit unions.
01/04/2013 5:47pmProsecutors say Yates Petroleum Corp. has agreed to pay $416,000 to settle allegations that it may have underreported the royalties it owed for natural gas recovered from federal leases in Wyoming.
01/04/2013 9:07pmA bluefin tuna sold for a record $1.76 million at a Tokyo auction Saturday, nearly three times the previous high set last year _ even as environmentalists warn that stocks of the majestic, speedy fish are being depleted worldwide amid strong demand for sushi.
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