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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 1220 of 1263 -

Fisker Suffers Hurricane Loss

November 7, 2012 |

Electric car maker Fisker Automotive lost more than 300 of its $ 100,000 Karma plug-in hybrids when an entire shipment of new vehicles was flooded last week at a New Jersey port during hurricane Sandy. US Business

France Readies Tax Shake-Up

November 7, 2012 |

France hopes tax breaks can restore the competitiveness of industry in the wake of the Gallois report. What’s News Europe

Florida Race Is Deadlocked

November 7, 2012 |

Obama and Romney were locked in a tight race in Florida, early election results showed. In Virginia, another hard-fought state, Romney was leading with three-quarters of precincts reporting. What’s News Asia

ECB, Governments Spar Over Greece

November 6, 2012 |

Europe’s governments and the European Central Bank are at odds about who should shoulder the financial burden of giving Greece more time to repay its loans and remain part of the euro zone. What’s News Europe

China’s Sinopec Moves Into Small U.S. Town

November 6, 2012 |

An arm of state-controlled Sinopec is planning to build an advanced facility in Medicine Bow, Wyo. The unlikely location is the next phase of China’s advance into the U.S. energy market. US Business

BMW Shrugs Off High Costs

November 6, 2012 |

BMW shrugged off high costs and intensifying price pressure as it posted a higher-than-expected third-quarter profit and, in contrast with rival Daimler, said it remains on track to reach its full-year targets despite growing economic headwinds. US Business

Greeks Plan Strikes On Eve of Votes

November 6, 2012 |

Greece’s three-party coalition government faces its biggest challenge since being elected this summer as it prepares for two key votes in parliament and a series of crippling strikes. What’s News Europe

Formula 1 Hits a Scary Turn

November 6, 2012 |

German prosecutors are considering whether to charge Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone for bribery, a move that would threaten to upend the racing circuit’s ties to major sponsors and fans. US Business

In China, Machinery Shakeout Looms

November 6, 2012 |

China’s largest construction-equipment makers still face massive overcapacity and pressure to consolidate despite signs of improvement from this year’s industrywide sales slump. What’s News Asia