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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 1094 of 1100 -

Investors Hang Up on Nokia

September 5, 2012 |

Nokia’s shares fell 13% after it unveiled two new smartphones designed to run on Microsoft’s latest operating system, in a make-or-break move for the struggling handset maker. US Business

Euro Zone in Deepening Slide

September 5, 2012 |

In one of the strongest signs yet that the euro zone is heading into recession, survey data showed business activity in the crisis-hit currency area shrank at an accelerated rate in August. What’s News Europe

Nokia’s CEO Elop Faces a Key Test

September 5, 2012 |

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop aims to remain the top seller of Windows smartphones, even as rivals get more serious about winning part of the market on which Nokia has bet its future. What’s News Europe

Coming Soon: Toilet Paper Priced Like Airline Tickets

September 5, 2012 |

Airlines and hotels aren’t the only ones constantly toying with prices each day. Retailers are adjusting website prices multiple times a day for products ranging from high-end electronics to everyday essentials like toilet paper. US Business

Spain’s New Math: More Students, Fewer Teachers

September 5, 2012 |

Spain’s teachers are preparing to start classes with longer working hours, more students and fewer colleagues, as the country’s budget cuts begin to take hold in its educational system. What’s News Europe

In Europe, Signs of a Jobless Generation

September 4, 2012 |

Euro-zone unemployment among young people is expected to remain elevated for at least the next half-decade. What’s News Europe

A Post-Vacation Business Update

September 4, 2012 |

Welcome back from summer vacation. The Journal’s Marketplace provides an overview of nine segments of business with previews of the most important business issues of the fall and winter ahead. US Business

Dutch Socialists Push Back at Austerity

September 4, 2012 |

Dutch politician Emile Roemer’s Socialist Party is running strongly in polls ahead of the Sept. 12 election, upending the nation’s politics and threatening to challenge Europe’s German-led austerity strategy for solving the euro-zone crisis. What’s News Europe

Switzerland on Brink of Recession

September 4, 2012 |

The surprisingly resilient Swiss economy finally seems to be succumbing to the economic downturn across Europe. What’s News Asia

Draghi Hints at Bond Purchases

September 4, 2012 |

ECB President Mario Draghi dropped more hints about how the bank could support struggling countries, suggesting the bank was free to buy government bonds maturing in three years or less. What’s News Europe