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Microsoft Takes a Side in PC Wars

February 6, 2013 |

Microsoft’s contribution to the Dell buyout is a $ 2 billion gamble that the software maker can prop up one of its biggest customers without annoying all the others.
WSJ.com: US Business

Dell Goes Private, Signaling Shift

February 5, 2013 |

Dell reached a $ 24.4 billion deal to go private, marking an unofficial end to the era when a handful of entrepreneurs made PCs the dominant computing device.
WSJ.com: US Business

Hollande Calls for Exchange-Rate Policy

February 5, 2013 |

The French president urged euro-zone governments to consider ways to fulfill a mission the European Central Bank isn’t mandated to carry out: run a foreign-exchange policy.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Japan: China Locks Radar on Forces

February 5, 2013 |

Japan accused China’s navy of locking weapons-guiding radar onto Japanese naval forces twice in the past three weeks—a serious escalation in the two countries’ long-running territorial dispute.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Dreamliner Still Stumps Experts

February 5, 2013 |

Investigators remain stumped on the cause of burning batteries aboard two Boeing 787 Dreamliners, fueling pessimism about how quickly the grounded aircraft can resume flying.
WSJ.com: US Business

Dell Nears $23 Billion Deal to Go Private

February 5, 2013 |

Michael Dell is close to finishing a risky $ 23 billion deal to take private the computer company he founded nearly 30 years ago, in an effort to remake Dell Inc. for a post-PC era.
WSJ.com: US Business

Dreamliner Still Stumps Experts

February 5, 2013 |

Investigators remain stumped on the cause of burning batteries aboard two Boeing 787 Dreamliners, fueling pessimism about how quickly the grounded aircraft can resume flying.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

China Tries to Restrain Lending

February 4, 2013 |

Regulators in China have moved in recent weeks to make sure some banks don’t overextend themselves with excessive lending.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

U.S., States Plan to File Civil Charges Against S&P

February 4, 2013 |

The Justice Department and state prosecutors intend to file civil charges alleging wrongdoing by Standard & Poor’s in its rating of mortgage bonds before the financial crisis erupted in 2008.
WSJ.com: US Business

Low Rates Force Companies to Pour Cash Into Pensions

February 4, 2013 |

Some of America’s biggest companies are shifting cash that could be used for development or expansion into pension funds as low interest rates designed to spur the economy push up pension liabilities.
WSJ.com: US Business