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Many Chinese companies got help from gatekeepers in entering US markets and later ran into trouble
The EU's biggest fines against cartels since 1969
NJ counties with the most Sandy victims have fewer available rentals for them
'Marking the close' is a term employed by asset managers to make their results look better at the quarter end
The Greek shipping industry has remained healthy amid the global economic downturn.
Incomes have climbed in emerging Asian nations, but higher wages also hurt the region's attractiveness to investors
Selected history of George Osborne statements and actions alongside the UK monthly surplus/deficit
How tax burdens would change under proposals for limiting deductions for upper-income households
For every 100,000 women in the US, 124.3 developed breast cancer, of which 23 died.
How Angela Merkel polls against challenger Peer Steinbruck
The wealth of David Thomson, said to be Canada's richest man, comes from a variety of sources
MAP: Syrian refugees per country
Women account for a third of the U.S.'s lawyers and doctors
Detroit's small car inventories pile up as rivals press incentives
Investors are finding there's more to health-care stocks than the new US rules
Germany's Commerzbank is among the banks now losing money on the emergency loans they took out from the ECB.
Men do more housework, leading to a truce in the chore wars #infographic
The rocket North Korea plans to fire this month will follow the same route it planned for a failed launch in April
Israel is looking to Egypt to police weapons flows into the Gaza Strip from the Sinai Peninsula
Floods can scrape soil and gravel off a river's bed, potentially exposing pipelines and leading to their rupture
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