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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 1202 of 1278 -

Live Nation Chairman Azoff Resigns

January 1, 2013 |

Irving Azoff, executive chairman of Live Nation, resigned from the concert promotion giant and plans to take some of his talent-management business with him. US Business

Nuclear Options Vex Europe

January 1, 2013 |

Europeans have grown more wary about the dangers of the atom and the political consensus that once existed in some countries around nuclear energy is crumbling. What’s News Europe

Greece Moves to Probe List Tampering

January 1, 2013 |

Greece’s coalition government formally petitioned parliament to investigate an ex-finance minister for allegedly tampering with a list of thousands of wealthy Greeks with Swiss bank accounts. What’s News Europe

Container Ships Bulk Up, and Slow Down

January 1, 2013 |

Container-shipping companies are racing to operate the biggest-possible vessels so they can benefit from economies of scale, and run them at moderate speeds to save on fuel costs. What’s News Europe

U.S. Budget Compromise Takes Shape

December 31, 2012 |

President Obama and congressional Republicans scrambled to seal a budget deal that would raise income-tax rates for the first time in nearly 20 years, but the agreement was stalled by a dispute over how to postpone the $ 110 billion in spending cuts. What’s News Asia

2012 Was a Year of Corner-Office Twists

December 31, 2012 |

Extraordinary managerial developments in 2012 included a CEO who was fired after serving four hours and a woman who was named the top boss of a major company while six months pregnant. US Business

France Seeks New Path to High Tax Rate

December 31, 2012 |

The government of Socialist President François Hollande on Sunday said it would consider other ways of imposing a top income-tax rate of 75% on high-wealth individuals after France’s top constitutional authority scrapped the plan. What’s News Europe

Unthinkable Cuts Almost a Reality

December 31, 2012 |

Mandatory federal spending cuts designed to be prohibitively drastic will become a reality if negotiators remain unable to reach an agreement to avert the reductions. What’s News Asia

At Europe’s Doorstep, a Fierce War Against TB

December 31, 2012 |

Estonia’s aggressiveness—and only recently, its success—in turning the corner against drug-resistant tuberculosis offers one of the few bright spots globally as the ancient plague mutates into new and more deadly forms. What’s News Europe

Congress Meets Cliff’s Edge

December 31, 2012 |

Senate negotiations to craft a bipartisan budget deal proceeded in chaotic fits and starts Sunday, raising new questions about whether Congress would be able to steer the country away from the fiscal cliff. What’s News Asia