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AP News: China court: Apple pays $60M to settle iPad case
JOE McDONALD Published: 1 minute ago BEIJING (AP) - Apple has agreed to pay a Chinese company $60 million to settle a dispute over ownership of the iPad name, a court announced Monday, removing a potential obstacle to sales of the popular tablet computer in the key Chinese market. Apple Inc.
Page 1 of 2 | Next Page Show Entire Article UK Banks: 'Serious Failings' Over Interest Rate Swaps CNBC.com | June 29, 2012 | 02:15 AM EDT UK banks were faced with further damage to their revenues and reputations Friday after the UK financial regulator announced that they would have to pay compensations to customers over mis-selling of interest rate swaps.
RMBS market frets at JPM losses | Top News | IFRe
Securitisation While many in the market were last week revelling in the discomfort caused to JP Morgan by the losses at its chief investment office, those working in European structured finance found it difficult to enjoy what has become known as "Dimonfreude".
The Business of Baring it All | Recessionista
W hen 90210 actress AnnaLynne McCord was caught cruising a Vancouver mall sans-makeup last month, she didn't get mad. She didn't even get embarrassed. She got on twitter. She tweeted a photo of herself totally makeup-free.
Page 1 of 4 | Next Page Show Entire Article Greek Elections May Bring Trading Opportunity of a Lifetime CNBC.com | June 01, 2012 | 02:47 PM EDT The Greek elections may be creating the trading opportunity of a lifetime.
European Unity on the Rocks | Pew Global Attitudes Project
Released: May 29, 2012 Greeks and Germans at Polar Opposites Overview In Europe, what started out four years ago as a sovereign debt crisis, morphed into a euro currency crisis and led to the fall of several European governments, has now triggered a full-blown crisis of public confidence: in the economy, in the future, in the benefits of European economic integration, in membership in the European Union, in the euro and in the free market system.
AP News: Radioactive bluefin tuna crossed the Pacific to US
ALICIA CHANG Published: 13 minutes ago FILE - This March 5, 2007 file photo shows workers harvesting bluefin tuna from Maricultura's tuna pens near Ensenada, Mexico. New research found increased levels of radiation in Pacific bluefin tuna caught off the coast of Southern California.
KEEGAN: The Opposite of Loneliness
The piece below was written by Marina Keegan '12 for a special edition of the News distributed at the class of 2012's commencement exercises last week. Keegan died in a car accident on Saturday. She was 22. We don't have a word for the opposite of loneliness, but if we did, I could say that's what I want in life.
Why can't people understand national accounting?
I was on RT's Capital Account last night talking to Lauren Lyster about the euro zone debt crisis. At the end of the show, we came up against the deficit problem and the question about how it should be solved.
Page 1 of 2 | Next Page Show Entire Article Bank of Greece Poised to Reveal Crucial Data CNBC.com | May 24, 2012 | 04:05 PM EDT This is the most important data point coming in the next few days: The Bank of Greece is due to update its website (here's the English version) any day now with an Excel spreadsheet revealing the aggregate balance sheets of Greece's monetary and financial institutions.