03/10/2013 5:22amA top European Union official says he plans to propose that company shareholders across the continent be given the power to set managers' pay _ an approach similar to an initiative recently approved by voters in non-EU Switzerland.
03/10/2013 7:30amThe new archbishop of Canterbury has joined other bishops in criticizing the British government's plans to change the welfare system.
03/10/2013 7:30amIn a cramped office in downtown Madrid, five young architects who found themselves jobless in Spain's wrenching economic crisis sit almost elbow to elbow _ glued to computer screens as they create 3-D videos of construction proposals for far-flung sites in Britain, Panama, Malaysia and Zambia.
03/10/2013 7:49amQatar says it has discovered as much as 2.8 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in an offshore field.
03/10/2013 11:09amTwo years after the nuclear crisis in Japan, the top U.S. regulator says American nuclear power plants are safer than ever, though not trouble-free. A watchdog group calls that assessment overly rosy.
03/10/2013 12:15pmAt an elite private school in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region, children learn Turkish and English before Arabic. University students dream of jobs in Europe, not Baghdad. And a local entrepreneur says he doesn't like doing business elsewhere because areas outside Kurdish control are too unstable.
03/10/2013 6:45pmTwo years after the triple calamities of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster ravaged Japan's northeastern Pacific coast, debris containing asbestos, lead, PCBs _ and perhaps most worrying _ radioactive waste due to the crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant looms as a threat for the region.
03/10/2013 8:57pmIn the annals of Chinese bureaucratic power, the Railways Ministry stood apart. Running everything from one of the world's busiest rail systems to a special police force, the ministry was so pervasive and powerful it resisted government reform efforts for years. Chinese called it "Boss Railway."
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