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Saturday, November 22, 2014
Shares in Taiwan moved up further Friday, but the gains were limited by political uncertainty ahead of local government elections scheduled for Nov. 29, dealers said.
Senators get no clear answers on air bag safety
There were apologies and long-winded explanations, but after nearly four hours of testimony about exploding air bags, senators never got a clear answer to the question most people have: whether or not their cars are safe.
A bare 0.004 percent of the world's adult population controls nearly US$30 trillion in assets, 13 percent of the world's total wealth, according to a new study released Thursday.
A bare 0.004 percent of the world's adult population controls nearly US$30 trillion in assets, 13 percent of the world's total wealth, according to a new study released Thursday.
A bare 0.004 percent of the world's adult population controls nearly US$30 trillion in assets, 13 percent of the world's total wealth, according to a new study released Thursday.
The U.S. Federal Reserve announced Thursday that it was reviewing its bank examination operations amid accusations that its regulators are too cozy with the banks they oversee.
European aerospace giant Airbus is poised to sign a contract to deliver 50 long-haul carriers to U.S. Delta Airlines in a deal worth US$14 billion at catalogue prices, sources told AFP on Thursday.
Blockbuster military shooter video game “Call of Duty” has blasted past US$10 billion in lifetime sales, propelled by demand for the latest installment in the 11-year-old franchise.
U.S. regulators announced Thursday that children products maker Graco is recalling nearly five million strollers in North America over a defect that can cause finger injuries, including amputation.
U.S. private equity firm Blackstone said it would buy the residential real estate arm of General Electric's (GE) property unit in Japan for more than 190 billion yen (US$1.6 billion), as the country's land prices slowly recover from an asset bubble burst.
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