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France Calls On Google to Settle Rift With Publishers

PARIS-France will consider adopting legislation that would force Google Inc. to pay for the right to cite news articles online if the U.S. search giant fails to settle a long-running dispute with French news publishers over how to share advertising revenue, the office of France's President Franois Hollande said on Monday.

30 2012 | Viewed: 669 | Foreign experience | Read full
UK bank supervisors tighten their grip

Under the new regime, the 150bn of additional capital requirements come on top of 186bn required by the Basel global bank safety rules.

23 2012 | Viewed: 487 | Foreign experience | Read full
Turkish Airlines to buy up to 20 Boeing B777-300ERs by 2017

Turkish Airlines has decided to buy 15 Boeing B777-300ERs by 2017 with an option to buy five more, it said in a statement on Monday.

23 2012 | Viewed: 637 | Foreign experience | Read full
Big Brewers Chase U.S. Cider Growth on Craft Beer Explosion

With ciders returning to U.S. shelves, big brewers need to keep newfound consumers keen on the fizzy, alcoholic apple drink to counter a slowdown in the U.K.

23 2012 | Viewed: 609 | Foreign experience | Read full
The red-eyed walk to banking union

"TONIGHT I have confirmation that the worst is over."

20 2012 | Viewed: 633 | Foreign experience | Read full
BBC scandal creates waves for incoming New York Times CEO

The erupting scandal at Britain's public broadcaster, the BBC, over allegations of sexual abuse involving late TV host Jimmy Savile is leading to awkward questions for the New York Times Co's incoming chief executive, Mark Thompson.

18 2012 | Viewed: 721 | Foreign experience | Read full
Kremlin Cracks Down on Big Tobacco

Russia, the World's Second-Largest Cigarette Market After China, Plans 'Harsh' Anti-smoking Rules.

18 2012 | Viewed: 624 | Foreign experience | Read full
Japan's Softbank snaps up Sprint in $20 billion deal

The deal, announced by Softbank's billionaire founder and chief Masayoshi Son and Sprint Chief Executive Dan Hesse at a packed news conference in Tokyo on Monday, gives Softbank entry into a U.S. market that is still growing, while Japan's market is stagnating.

16 2012 | Viewed: 563 | Foreign experience | Read full
Coca-Cola Hellenic to quit Greece

The crisis-hit country's biggest quoted company plans to list in London and establish a Swiss headquarters in search of a more stable environment.

13 2012 | Viewed: 414 | Foreign experience | Read full
Azerbaijan attacks BP for missing targets

Ilham Aliyev, the country's president, threatens 'strict measures' after an 'unexpected' decline in production at its ACG field in the Caspian Sea.

13 2012 | Viewed: 429 | Foreign experience | Read full
Google makes first foray into credit business

Low-interest loans offered to search engine advertisers.

9 2012 | Viewed: 495 | Foreign experience | Read full
FT Interview

Dilma Rousseff.

5 2012 | Viewed: 474 | Foreign experience | Read full
For Datsun Revival, Nissan Gambles on $3,000 Model

ATSUGI, Japan-It is the car that baby boomers may remember as much for its compact chic as for its slogan ("Datsun, We Are Driven!").

3 2012 | Viewed: 461 | Foreign experience | Read full
How a Teacher Made $1 Million Selling Lesson Plans

Deanna Jump is not a trust fund baby.

25 2012 | Viewed: 580 | Foreign experience | Read full
Chinese exchanges seek foreign funds

Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges launch roadshows.

21 2012 | Viewed: 482 | Foreign experience | Read full
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