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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 1257 of 1346 -

Obama Vows Aggressive Agenda

January 22, 2013 |

The president set out a vision for tackling a stream of Democratic priorities, vowing to protect vulnerable Americans and to fight for the rights of women, minorities and gay couples. What’s News Asia

Caterpillar’s China Woes Deepen

January 22, 2013 |

Caterpillar’s $ 580 million write-down for its purchase of a Chinese mining-equipment firm dealt another blow to the U.S. company’s already lackluster performance in China. US Business

Berlusconi Trial’s Closing Hearing Scheduled

January 21, 2013 |

A judge scheduled the last hearing in former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s trial on prostitution charges for March 11, a date that is later than expected and means a verdict won’t be reached until after Italian elections. What’s News Europe

Europe’s Yacht Makers Sail On

January 21, 2013 |

Ultraluxury yacht builders in Europe have seen orders rise from China and other rapidly growing markets even as demand for lower-end vessels tail off amid economic concerns. US Business

Algeria Says 37 Foreigners Died in Attack

January 21, 2013 |

Algeria’s Prime Minister said 37 foreigners, seven of whom remain unidentified, died during the four-day siege of a natural-gas complex deep in the Sahara desert. What’s News Asia

The Return of Kim Dotcom

January 21, 2013 |

Kim Dotcom, who was accused by the U.S. of operating a website used to pirate half a billion dollars, introduced a new version of his controversial file-storage service called Mega. What’s News Asia

Eurogroup Considers Dutch Candidate

January 21, 2013 |

The Dutch finance minister is expected to clinch one of the most influential jobs in Europe—chairman of the Eurogroup of finance ministers—as the bloc’s halting recovery enters a delicate stage. What’s News Europe

China Equities Turned Inside Out

January 21, 2013 |

Foreign buyers are now being seen as the potential salvation for a Chinese stock market bereft of domestic investors who have turned their sights to stocks abroad. What’s News Asia

Caterpillar Unit in Scandal Has Unusual Roots

January 20, 2013 |

As Caterpillar grapples with an accounting scandal at a Chinese company it bought last year to drive growth in its mining business, the Chinese business’s unusual pedigree is coming into focus. What’s News Asia

Beijing Criticizes U.S. Stance on Islands

January 20, 2013 |

The Chinese government responded sharply to comments by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over islands at the center of a dispute between China and Japan, amid growing concern in Washington about the risk of conflict. What’s News Asia