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As Car Stocks Rise, GM Adds Incentives

December 9, 2012 |

General Motors began doubling cash incentives and sweetening lease terms on some vehicles to reduce a growing inventory of unsold cars and pickup trucks.
WSJ.com: US Business

Banks Give Positive Signal on Athens Debt Plan

December 9, 2012 |

Greece ended the offer period for its multibillion-euro debt-buyback program amid signals that the nation’s banks were prepared to join in the buyback and so ensure the program’s success.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Antiunion Push Gains Ground

December 9, 2012 |

The Michigan legislature’s rapid initial passage of right-to-work legislation could set the stage for battles in other states over union power in the workplace.
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US Airways Presses Pursuit of AMR Deal

December 9, 2012 |

US Airways stepped up its campaign to combine with American Airlines parent AMR by sending a merger proposal last month, as American’s pilots approved Friday a contract that moves it closer to exiting bankruptcy.
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China’s Wanxiang Wins Auction for A123

December 8, 2012 |

Chinese-owned auto-parts company Wanxiang America won the bidding for U.S. government-backed battery maker A123 Systems, according to a person familiar with the matter.
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A Chokehold Choice in Italy’s South

December 8, 2012 |

Pollution from a plant producing about a third of Italy’s steel supply has been blamed in hundreds of deaths but the plant has been allowed to stay open at a time when the impoverished region can ill afford job losses.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Investindustrial to Buy Aston Martin Stake

December 8, 2012 |

Private equity group Investindustrial has agreed to buy a stake in Aston Martin from its indebted Kuwaiti parent, in a deal that will bring desperately needed cash to develop new cars for the British luxury brand.
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Greece’s Samaras Courts Bavarians

December 8, 2012 |

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras plans to undertake a delicate diplomatic mission on Sunday—to Bavaria—hoping to convince its powerful conservative political establishment that saving Greece is worth the money.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Canada Approves Big Energy Deals

December 8, 2012 |

Canada approved more than $ 20 billion in investments by foreign, government-controlled companies in its energy patch but slammed the door on most other prospective deals in its oil-sands developments by state-owned enterprises.
WSJ.com: US Business

EU Ministers to Meet Syria Opposition

December 8, 2012 |

The head of Syria’s main opposition group will meet with European Union foreign ministers on Monday as it seeks formal recognition from Brussels, people familiar with the planning said.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe