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USA Todays new suit doesnt fit

I have a theory - one that I'm certain I've stolen - that it was Al Neuharth and not Tim Berners-Lee who invented the World Wide Web - with the creation of USA Today.

18 2012 | Viewed: 722 | Foreign experience | Read full
Robocopter arrives

After unmanned drones, pilotless helicopters are taking to the sky to deliver supplies to troops.

16 2012 | Viewed: 721 | Foreign experience | Read full
Hollande rejects shale gas fracking

France's president opposed to exploiting country's deposits.

14 2012 | Viewed: 747 | Foreign experience | Read full
India raises price of diesel by over 12%

India raised the price of heavily subsidised diesel on Thursday in a politically risky move to cut the budget deficit and fight the threat of being the first Brics economy to be downgraded to junk.

14 2012 | Viewed: 584 | Foreign experience | Read full
Calling The Bluff On The Visa & MasterCard Antitrust Settlement

What would have been the largest class-action lawsuit in US history was set to go to trial this month.

14 2012 | Viewed: 719 | Foreign experience | Read full
U.S. expects to earn $15.1 billion from bailing out AIG: Treasury

The U.S. Treasury further reduced its stake in American International Group and said on Tuesday that the United States would now profit $15.1 billion from bailing out the insurer.

13 2012 | Viewed: 421 | Foreign experience | Read full
US Treasury launches $18bn AIG offering

Sale to reduce government stake to minority holding.

11 2012 | Viewed: 464 | Foreign experience | Read full
China approves Rmb1tn infrastructure spend

Rail and road projects included in $158bn schemes.

10 2012 | Viewed: 726 | Foreign experience | Read full
News Corp. Nominates Independent Directors

News Corp. nominated former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao and former Colombian president lvaro Uribe to join as directors amid other board changes.

7 2012 | Viewed: 717 | Foreign experience | Read full
In Japan, Retirees Go On Working

When he retired three years ago, Hirofumi Mishima got right back to work.

6 2012 | Viewed: 629 | Foreign experience | Read full
Euro banks face sweeping regulation

The European Central Bank would be given sweeping authority over all 6,000 eurozone banks under a plan being drawn up by the European Commission, putting Brussels on a collision course with Germany and the ECB itself, which have urged a more decentralised first step towards "banking union".

31 2012 | Viewed: 755 | Foreign experience | Read full
The Skype Killers of Belarus

Living in a dictatorship has its advantages.

30 2012 | Viewed: 792 | Foreign experience | Read full
First Chinese ship crosses Arctic Ocean amid record melt

(Reuters) - An icebreaker has become the first ship from China to cross the Arctic Ocean, underscoring Beijing's growing interest in a remote region where a record thaw caused by climate change may open new trade routes.

21 2012 | Viewed: 426 | Foreign experience | Read full
Usain Bolt's Tax Lesson

British law punishes the world's best athletes for their success.

17 2012 | Viewed: 932 | Foreign experience | Read full
Australian court deals blow to global tobacco giants

CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia called on the world to match its tough new anti-tobacco marketing laws after its highest court on Wednesday dismissed a challenge from global cigarette companies, although few of Asia's emerging economies appeared likely to follow suit.

17 2012 | Viewed: 945 | Foreign experience | Read full
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