02/20/2013 1:05amBHP Billiton, the world's biggest mining company, said Wednesday its chief executive Marius Kloppers will retire in May. The company also announced a 58 percent fall in half-year profit.
02/20/2013 3:15amIraq has approved the construction of a natural gas pipeline across its territory that will connect Iran to key ally Syria. The move likely to strengthen Tehran's influence over its neighbors.
02/20/2013 3:17amPolish lawmakers have approved the European Union's fiscal compact, a set of rules that will limit public debt.
02/20/2013 3:59amThe company which organizes the Miss Spain beauty contest has filed for protection from creditors, the latest victim of the country's crippling economic crisis.
02/20/2013 4:21amMore than 100 communist guerrillas stormed one of the world's largest pineapple plantations in the southern Philippines, killing a guard and torching farm equipment in their biggest attack this year, officials said Wednesday.
02/20/2013 4:40amChina's government ordered local officials Wednesday to do more to cool surging housing costs after a scandal over a bank employee who bought 45 properties highlighted the potential for evasion of ownership limits.
02/20/2013 5:02amThe European Union's executive arm says the boss of steel maker ArcelorMittal has promised to suspend planned job cuts and plant closures in Europe through June.
02/20/2013 5:15amAirAsia, Southeast Asia's top budget carrier, said Wednesday it will set up an airline with India's Tata conglomerate to tap the world's second most populous nation after moves to liberalize its airline industry.
02/20/2013 5:16amTwo Iranian men have been charged with allegedly smuggling dozens of German-made aircraft motors to Iran to be used in its Ababil III surveillance and attack drone, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
02/20/2013 5:37amEnergy company Harvest Natural Resources says it is dropping a planned $725 million sale of its Venezuelan interests to Indonesia's national oil company after that country's government declined to approve the deal.
02/20/2013 7:21amUnit 61398 of the People's Liberation Army has been recruiting computer experts for at least a decade. It has made no secret of details of community life such as badminton matches and kindergarten, but its apparent purpose became clear only when a U.S. Internet security firm accused it of conducting a massive hacking campaign against North American targets.
02/20/2013 9:21amSporadic violence broke out in India on Wednesday as labor unions began a two-day strike to protest rising prices and government policies to open the economy.
02/20/2013 10:02amLooking out across a room full of reporters gathered to welcome French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday, Greece's President Karolos Papoulias gave a stark warning about the state of the country after three harsh years of government spending cuts, joblessness and tax hikes.
02/20/2013 10:08amSerbian officials ordered some brands of milk taken off store shelves Wednesday, despite earlier claims that they were safe and not dangerously contaminated with a potentially cancer-causing toxin.
02/20/2013 10:51amThe New York Police Department has teamed up with Microsoft to create futuristic-sounding computer technology that could help officers fight crime in real time.
02/20/2013 11:17amElena Hristova, a 73-year-old retiree, had always paid her bills on time.
02/20/2013 11:24amGermany's central bank has finally recovered most of the billions in loans that a local subsidiary of Lehman Brothers defaulted on when the U.S. investment bank went bust in 2008.
02/20/2013 11:38amZambia's mining minister says his country has taken over a Chinese-run coal mine where managers once opened fire on workers during a labor dispute.
02/20/2013 12:07pmCLANDESTINE: Unit 61398 of the People's Liberation Army has been recruiting computer experts for at least a decade. Its apparent purpose became clear only when a U.S. Internet security firm accused it of conducting a massive hacking campaign against North American targets.
02/20/2013 12:15pmNO-PAY DAYS: Not only are Greece's 1.35 million unemployed unable to make ends meet, but a growing number of those in work are struggling as more and more companies can no longer make regular salary payments.
02/20/2013 12:16pmKimberly Calliari paid $300, lost 51 pounds and won $1,200.
02/20/2013 12:37pmLet the pots and pans fly.
02/20/2013 1:03pmOffice Depot and OfficeMax are being collated.
02/20/2013 1:06pmGreek yogurt is taking over the dairy aisle, but will kids bite?
02/20/2013 1:24pmDietary supplements company Herbalife says it will clarify how it reports key elements of its business practices, which have been at the center of debate between sparring hedge fund managers.
02/20/2013 2:10pmCEO CLEARED: An investigation by Chesapeake Energy's board into CEO Aubrey McClendon's personal deals with company partners found McClendon didn't benefit improperly.
02/20/2013 2:17pmNEW YAHOO: The home page that Is the gateway to Yahoo's online services has been redesigned in an effort to spur more frequent and longer visits. Yahoo Inc. unveiled the changes Wednesday in the U.S.
02/20/2013 2:21pmThe parent company of Reader's Digest says a court conditionally approved its debt financing, allowing it to stay in business and pay its employees and freelancers while it restructures its business.
02/20/2013 2:22pmBETTING THAT YOU'LL LOSE WEIGHT: DietBet.com, HealthyWage.com and Stickk.com let you wager money that you'll shed some pounds. Miss your goals and you'll lose your cash.
02/20/2013 2:40pmYOU WIN, YOU PAY: Google is holding an unusual contest to find people interested in using its Internet-connected glasses. The winners must pay $1,500 for a pair and, depending on where they live, may have to travel to pick up the high-tech spectacles in New York, Los Angeles or the San Francisco Bay area.
02/20/2013 3:53pmThe U.S. Department of Justice is talking with beer makers Anheuser-Busch InBev and Grupo Modelo about potentially resolving a legal challenge to their $20.1 billion deal.
02/20/2013 4:58pmA coalition of investors said Wednesday that it filed a shareowner proposal that would split the chairman and CEO roles held by James Dimon at JPMorgan Chase since 2006.
02/20/2013 5:41pmQantas Airways Ltd. said Thursday its first-half profit more than doubled after losses slowed in its long-suffering international division and it pocketed cash from delays in the delivery of Boeing's troubled 787 Dreamliner jets.
02/20/2013 6:10pmThe New York Times Co. said Wednesday that it is putting The Boston Globe and its related assets up for sale four years after it called off a previous attempt to sell the newspaper.
02/20/2013 6:38pmA Chinese businessman angry about a filthy river made an equally dirty dare: He'll give an environmental official about $32,000 just for swimming in the polluted waterway.
02/20/2013 7:06pmA straight-talking U.S. businessman and a European socialist government were never likely to become the firmest of friends, but a letter from Maurice Taylor, CEO of tire-maker Titan International, blasting the French work-ethic has ruffled France's feathers.
02/20/2013 7:22pmChina's suppliers of shark fin, abalone, pricey liquor and other luxury items have been taking a beating since new leader Xi Jinping ordered officials to cut out lavish living.
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