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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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: 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.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia