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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 1039 of 1209 -

Floodwaters Rise in Germany, Central Europe

June 5, 2013 |

Floodwaters rose in Germany and much of Central Europe, with rivers swelling to their highest levels in generations, causing at least 13 deaths and billions of euros in damages. What’s News Europe

Turkey Apologizes for Crackdown

June 4, 2013 |

Turkey’s deputy prime minister called the crackdown on demonstrators that led to days of nationwide protests “wrong and unjust,” making his government’s clearest bid yet to defuse tensions. What’s News Europe

NFL, Verizon Pact Includes Showing Games

June 4, 2013 |

The National Football League is moving to make all games available on mobile phones, but for now it will only be available to customers of Verizon Wireless. US Business

IBM to Buy SoftLayer

June 4, 2013 |

IBM is buying privately held SoftLayer Technologies in a $ 2 billion deal aimed at beefing up the company’s efforts in cloud computing. US Business

U.S. Car Sales Signal Plateau for Demand

June 4, 2013 |

Auto makers posted higher U.S. sales in May driven by strong demand for pickup trucks and sport-utility vehicles, even as some analysts questioned whether the auto market’s recovery is starting to level off. US Business

Europe Speeds Planes on the Ground

June 4, 2013 |

Europe’s airspace—saddled with congestion and inefficiency—has been showing signs of improvement nearer the ground. What’s News Europe

Central Europe Floods Wreak Havoc

June 4, 2013 |

The most severe flooding in Central Europe in more than a decade has killed at least nine people, forced thousands from their homes and disrupted transport around the region. What’s News Europe

Zynga to Cut Staff to Pre-IPO Level

June 3, 2013 |

Zynga said it plans to lay off about 18% of its staff and close certain office locations as the embattled social games maker seeks to cut costs. US Business

Tax Probe Targets UBS Unit In France

June 3, 2013 |

Prosecutors are probing whether UBS’s French unit helped bankers from the parent company in Switzerland approach French clients to open Swiss bank accounts that allowed them to evade taxes. What’s News Europe

Mozilla Plans Cheap Smartphones

June 3, 2013 |

Mozilla, the company behind the popular Firefox Web browser, plans to team up with phone manufacturers to launch smartphones priced below $ 50 in emerging markets. US Business