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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 1168 of 1225 -

Germany Approves Greek Aid

November 30, 2012 |

Germany’s Parliament approved a package of new aid measures for Greece, clinching support for a plan to close a €14 billion gap in the nation’s finances and to ready a near €44 billion tranche of promised aid. What’s News Europe

PICC’s IPO Raises $3.1 Billion

November 30, 2012 |

People’s Insurance Co. (Group) of China Ltd raised $ 3.1 billion from its Hong Kong initial public offering, in the world’s fifth-largest IPO this year. What’s News Asia

King of TV for Now, CBS Girds for Digital Battle

November 30, 2012 |

CBS, driven by its CEO Leslie Moonves, is the king of network television just as that realm is under siege by on-demand viewing, digital recorders and streaming online video. US Business

New Shine on Debt From Italy, Spain

November 30, 2012 |

Investors are flocking to Spanish and Italian government debt in a sharp reversal of the risk aversion that pushed yields sharply higher over the summer. What’s News Europe

Palestinians Granted U.N. ‘State’ Status

November 29, 2012 |

The United Nations General Assembly recognized the Palestinian territories as a nonmember state in a vote Thursday, marking a milestone with potentially far-reaching consequences for the 65-year old Arab-Israeli conflict What’s News Asia

Court Overturns Concorde Ruling

November 29, 2012 |

A French appeals court reversed an earlier ruling and cleared Continental Airlines of criminal charges in connection with a dramatic crash of an Air France supersonic Concorde in 2000, a court official said. What’s News Europe

Greater Euro-Zone Unification Proposed

November 29, 2012 |

Officials proposed an overhaul that would create a common budget for the 17 nations using the single currency and grant powers to issue debt collectively backed by the currency bloc. What’s News Europe

U.S. Troop Scandals in Japan Hinder Mission

November 29, 2012 |

Lt. Gen. Salvatore Angelella, the highest-ranking U.S. military officer in Japan, has faced a thicket of diplomatic and military issues in a country Washington considers to be the cornerstone of its Asian security policy. What’s News Asia

U.S. Blocks Contracts With BP

November 29, 2012 |

The Obama administration temporarily blocked BP from obtaining new government contracts, citing a “lack of business integrity” that resulted in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. What’s News Europe

EU Clears Spanish Bank Rescue

November 29, 2012 |

European regulators gave the green light to $ 48 billion in euro-zone funding for Spain’s stricken banking sector. What’s News Europe