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GM Close to Completing Saab Sale to Spyker
General Motors Co. is close to an agreement to sell its Saab brand to Dutch car manufacturer Spyker ...
January 25, 2010
Venezuela Devalues Its Currency by 50 Percent
Venezuelan Pres. Chavez announced that its local currency, the bolivar, will be devaluated at a rate of 50 ...
January 12, 2010
Debt Crisis Roils the Eurozone
The Eurozone is now facing a huge debt crisis due to heavy borrowing to fight the recession.
January 7, 2010
First Solar-Powered Airplane Takes Flight
The first solar-powered aircraft took flight on Dec. 5 in Duebendorf, Switzerland.
December 12, 2009
Volkswagen Invests in Brazilian Manufacturing
Volkswagen AG, Europe's largest automaker, plans to invest 2.3 billion euros US$3.4) into its Brazilian subsidiary.
November 30, 2009
Euro Zone Climbs Out of Recession
Out of the 16 euro-using countries, the key economic contributors to the jump in Q3 GDP are Germany, ...
November 17, 2009
Nord Stream Gas Project Gets Underway in Germany
Nord Stream, an ambitious project connecting gas pipelines between Russia and Germany, has been approved.
November 13, 2009
Illicit Hedge Fund Trading Defies Reason
Last week, Raj Rajaratnam, the chief executive officer at Galleon Capital Management, was arrested.
October 21, 2009
Chinese Firm Completes Hummer Purchase With GM
GM and China's Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Co. finalize deal on Hummer.
October 12, 2009
Green Algae Has Potential to Take Over Biofuel Industry
Green algae may be the next source for biofuel, replacing corn and sugar cane, canola and soy.
September 21, 2009
Lights Go Out for Energy-Consuming Bulbs
EU politicians found a way to cut costs while and carbon dioxide emissions—banning incandescent light bulbs
August 31, 2009
IRS Settlement Puts UBS Back on Its Feet
UBS has put its problems behind after settling with the IRS and giving up the identities of American ...
August 24, 2009
In Financial Crisis, Iceland Turns to the EU
With its economy in tatters, Iceland could become the next country to join the European Union.
July 24, 2009
World’s Most Daring Solar Energy Project Coming to Fruition
The world's most ambitious renewable energy project, the Desertec Project, may soon begin in North Africa.
June 29, 2009
New Russia-Ukraine Gas Deal in Place
Ukrainian PM Timoshenko and her Russian counterpart Putin successfully negotiated a gas deal.
January 20, 2009
Europe Squeezed by Russia-Ukraine Gas Conflict
Europe is starting to feel the consequences of the gas conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
January 7, 2009
Russia Ups Tariffs on Imported Cars to Stave off Crisis
Russia is taking drastic measures to shore up its car industry.
December 20, 2008
Germany Introduces Reduced Work Week, Help Businesses
German government instituted a reduced-work week to help businesses cope with the recession.
December 8, 2008
Trump Warns Beijing That Violent Crackdown in Hong Kong Would Harm Trade Talks
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More Than 1.7 Million Hongkongers Defy Heavy Rain to Protest Police Violence
Flynn’s Former Partner Wants New Trial, Claims Prejudice in Turkey Lobbying Case
9th Circuit Denies National Injunction of Order Blocking Trump Asylum Rule
Tlaib Suggests Boycotting Bill Maher’s Show After He Criticized Anti-Israel Movement
Epstein’s Lawyers ‘Not Satisfied’ With Medical Examiner’s Results
Omar, Tlaib Share Drawing by Cartoonist Accused of Trivializing the Holocaust
Fentanyl Flowing Into US Overwhelmingly Sourced From China
US Government Moves Ahead With Sale of F-16V Fighter Jets to Taiwan
, Epoch Times
Trump ‘Looking at’ Potential Purchase of Greenland, Kudlow Says