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23 January 2013

Apple revenue, iPhone sales disappoint; shares dive

Apple Inc missed Wall Street's revenue forecast for the third straight quarter as iPhone sales came in below expectations.

5 December 2012

Boeing 787 suffers two bruising days of problems

787 Dreamliners need to take extra steps to ensure the planes don't have engine failures or fires because of a manufacturing fault in the fuel line.

23 October 2012

France backs Airbus in funding row with Germany

France backed Airbus (EAD.PA) on Tuesday in a row with Germany over funding for its next jetliner.

7 August 2012

Standard Chartered is big target for new agency

Benjamin Lawsky, the New York regulator who took action against British bank Standard Chartered Plc on Monday, heads an agency created only 10 months ago to crack down on financial malfeasance.

28 June 2012

JPMorgan likely to post $4 billion to $6 billion trade loss

JPMorgan Chase & Co's losses from disastrous derivatives trades will likely amount to $4 billion to $6 billion in the second quarter, far more than the original estimate of at least $2 billion.

16 April 2012

Google fined $25,000 for impeding FCC investigation

Google Inc has been fined $25,000 for impeding a U.S. investigation into the Web search leader's data collection for its Street View project, which allows users to see street level images when they map a location.

8 February 2012

Nokia to axe 4,000 jobs, move assembly to Asia

Struggling Finnish phone maker Nokia plans to cut 4,000 more jobs at its plants in Finland, Hungary and Mexico as it seeks to cut costs by moving smartphone assembly work to Asia.

19 December 2011

World stocks, euro slide on euro zone worries

World equity markets slid on Monday and the euro fell as investors turned cold on efforts in Europe to tighten euro zone fiscal rules to prevent the region's debt crisis from deepening, which would throttle global growth.

11 October 2011

Wall St. set to shrink as jobs cut, bonuses at risk

The thousands of protesters camped out in New York's financial district may not see it this way, but these are not the best of times for Wall Street.

16 August 2011

German banks seen safe haven amid slowdown

Signs of an economic slowdown in Germany are unlikely to trigger market attacks on the country's banks anytime soon, as past action to isolate toxic assets has made them a safe haven among European lenders.

8 June 2011

Europe eyes private sector role in Greek debt deal

The euro zone edged closer on Wednesday to a compromise on a second Greek bailout package

12 April 2011

ECB hikes rates, ready to move again if necessary

ECB raised interest rates for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis and signaled it was ready to tighten further if needed to check rising prices.

19 March 2011

JPMorgan, others boost payouts after tests

U.S. regulators gave major banks including JPMorgan Chase & Co the green light on Friday to boost dividends.

15 February 2011

Singapore Offers $1.5 Billion for Paulson

Government of Singapore Investment Corp., offered to pay $1.5 billion for a group of bankrupt resorts owned by Paulson & Co.

11 February 2011

Buffett Says Goldman Sachs Investment Was Wager

Secretary Henry Paulson would take on debt to prop up the economy.

8 February 2011

Bloomberg Says Cuomo Budget Costs City $2.1 Billion

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg told Albany lawmakers his city would lose about $2.1 billion