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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 1113 of 1317 -

BP Spill Fund Running on Fumes

July 31, 2013 |

BP said it has allocated nearly all of a $ 20 billion compensation fund related to the 2010 Gulf disaster, amid still-mounting costs. US Business

Private Investigators Face Risks in China

July 31, 2013 |

Police detention of a British private investigator in China highlights the growing risks for private gumshoes there. What’s News Asia

U.S. Spy Program Lifts Veil in Court

July 31, 2013 |

The Justice Department acknowledged for the first time in a terrorism prosecution that it needs to tell defendants when sweeping government surveillance is used to build a criminal case against them. What’s News Asia

Asia’s Rice Glut Expected to Worsen

July 31, 2013 |

Asia is awash in rice and the glut is expected to worsen as good harvests loom and one of the world’s biggest exporters tries to dump its surplus onto the market. What’s News Asia

Barclays to Build Capital Levels

July 31, 2013 |

Barclays unveiled plans to boost capital levels by nearly $ 20 billion. Meanwhile, the U.K. is planning an enforcement action against the bank over a deal with Qatari investors. What’s News Europe

Digital Camera’s Existential Moment

July 30, 2013 |

Digital camera makers are coming to realize they will have to adapt to a world where smartphones trump the classic point-and-shoot. What’s News Asia

Data Bolster Japan’s Strategy

July 30, 2013 |

Japan’s jobless rate fell to 3.9% in June, while other data showed a tighter labor market that suggests so-called Abenomics is gaining traction. What’s News Asia

After Ad Deal, Who’s Next?

July 30, 2013 |

Madison Avenue’s mega-merger between Publicis and Omnicom could spark a new consolidation wave in advertising, industry insiders said. Many eyes are on Interpublic Group, the fourth-largest ad-holding company What’s News Asia

Saks Deal About Land as Much as Luxury

July 30, 2013 |

With his agreement to buy Saks, Hudson’s Bay CEO Richard Baker gets not only a high-end luxury chain, but also enough real estate to spin off his property portfolio as a real-estate investment trust. US Business

Pope Signals Openness to Gay Priests

July 30, 2013 |

Pope Francis opened the door to greater acceptance of gay priests inside the ranks of Roman Catholicism as he flew to the Vatican. What’s News Europe