02/12/2013 12:30amChina on Tuesday denounced U.S. sanctions against a leading state arms maker and other companies over alleged illicit dealings with North Korea, Syria and Iran.
02/12/2013 1:48amAs the yen weakens, famous Japanese exporters from Toyota to Nintendo are getting a boost but the favorable exchange rate also carries risks by insulating some companies from pressure to overhaul their businesses.
02/12/2013 2:33amJapan's weak yen is turning the tables on its Asian exporting rival South Korea. For several years, South Korean manufacturers such as Hyundai and Samsung Electronics increased their market share at the expense of Japanese rivals partly because South Korea's currency, the won, was weak while the yen was rising against the dollar and other currencies.
02/12/2013 7:23amKuwait's civil aviation chief says Iraqi Airways will resume commercial flights to the Gulf nation for the first time since the invasion of Saddam Hussein's forces more than 22 years ago.
02/12/2013 7:54amWorkers fired flares and paint bombs and riot police answered with tear gas in a standoff Tuesday over layoffs at a French plant for U.S. tiremaker Goodyear, amid tensions over a slump in Europe's car industry that has hurt automakers and their suppliers.
02/12/2013 8:25amGoodyear easily topped Wall Street expectations for the fourth quarter, but shares slid Tuesday with Europe dragging down the tire maker's outlook for 2013.
02/12/2013 8:56amAmong the earnings stories for Tuesday, Feb. 12, from The Associated Press:
02/12/2013 9:04amNorwegian energy company Statoil ASA says it plans to build a new oil terminal on the country's Arctic coast to process oil from a recent discovery in the Barents Sea.
02/12/2013 9:13amAfter a 30-year absence, Italy's storied Alfa Romeo brand will return to the United States later this year with a new two-seat compact sports car.
02/12/2013 9:37amABC and Univision have announced the name of their joint venture that will provide English-language news programming aimed at the growing Latino demographic: Fusion.
02/12/2013 9:57amBritain's financial regulator fined Swiss bank UBS 9.45 million pounds ($14.8 million) Tuesday for exposing customers to unacceptable risk in the selling of an investment fund and for failing to deal properly with complaints that followed.
02/12/2013 11:09amStandard & Poor's is prepared to spend years beating back a federal lawsuit that accuses the company of giving falsely high ratings to mortgage investments that helped trigger the financial crisis, executives said Tuesday.
02/12/2013 11:27amThe Group of Seven leading industrial nations, which includes the U.S., Japan and Germany, warned Tuesday that volatile movements in exchange rates could adversely hit the global economy.
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02/12/2013 12:09pmSpain has succeeded in stabilizing a banking system that almost collapsed last year and is well-positioned for better economic times going forward, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said Tuesday.
02/12/2013 12:49pmGreek prosecutors have brought criminal corruption charges related to state hospital purchases from DePuy, a subsidiary of U.S. healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson.
02/12/2013 1:05pmTire maker Michelin says its profits rose 7.5 percent last year despite a struggling car market in Europe, and expects to keep up volumes this year.
02/12/2013 1:40pmA retired married couple committed suicide Tuesday and left a note saying they were going to lose their home, helping stoke an outcry over Spain's tough eviction laws just before Parliament unanimously voted in favor of debating possible changes.
02/12/2013 1:59pmFirst it was a tax hike. Now consumers are looking at a higher than expected gasoline bill for 2013.
02/12/2013 3:57pmGeneral Electric plans to boost share buybacks to about $10 billion in 2013, thanks to the early sale of its stake in NBCUniversal.
02/12/2013 4:28pmJ.C. Penney Co. has amended its bank credit facility to increase its borrowing capacity as it looks to finance its multiyear transformation.
02/12/2013 4:30pmGeneral Electric is saying goodbye to 30 Rock _ the building and the TV business.
02/12/2013 4:57pmHealth insurer WellPoint Inc. surprised analysts and investors Tuesday when it announced that a veteran hospital executive who has never run a public company will become its next CEO.
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