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Airlines, Hotels See More Pain From Storm

October 31, 2012 |

Glimpses of Hurricane Sandy’s impact on business emerged Wednesday, as airlines and hotels reported lost revenue, while builders of infrastructure like power lines said repair work could boost their bottom lines. US Business

Sandy Cuts Wide Swath of Damage

October 31, 2012 |

Megastorm Sandy’s march of destruction claimed at least 43 lives and left more than eight million people without electricity by late Tuesday, in one of the largest storms ever to strike the East Coast. What’s News Asia

Panasonic Retreats, Posts $8.8 Billion Loss

October 31, 2012 |

Panasonic posted a net loss of $ 8.77 billion in its fiscal second quarter on restructuring charges. The president said the once-mighty Japanese electronics giant is now part of the industry’s “loser group” and must shrink. What’s News Asia

Industry Adapts Quickly to Storm

October 31, 2012 |

For all its ferocity, Hurricane Sandy doesn’t appear to have dealt a body blow to U.S. manufacturers, major retailers or their supply chains. US Business

Greek Coalition Faces Crucial Test

October 31, 2012 |

Greece’s fragile government is facing the biggest test of its stability since it took office in June, as divisions in the ruling coalition erupt over the $ 17.4 billion austerity package that the country must enact. What’s News Europe

Apple Shake-Up Signals Cook Era

October 31, 2012 |

This week’s revamp at Apple demonstrates CEO Tim Cook putting his own stamp on the company’s management that still bears the hallmark of its late co-founder. US Business

Mickey, Darth Vader to Join Forces

October 30, 2012 |

Walt Disney agreed to acquire Lucasfilm in a stock and cash deal valued at $ 4.05 billion, a move that adds the “Star Wars” franchise to the media giant’s portfolio and puts Mickey Mouse and Darth Vadar under the same roof. What’s News Asia

Flights Grounded in Northeast

October 30, 2012 |

Flights to and from the Northeast will remain mostly grounded on Tuesday because of Hurricane Sandy, airlines said, with most carriers aiming to resume service on Wednesday. US Business

BP Profit Slips

October 30, 2012 |

BP posted a fall of 5.4% in adjusted profit for the third quarter due to seasonal maintenance in the North Sea and Alaska and the impact of Hurricane Isaac in the Gulf of Mexico, both of which crimped oil and gas output. What’s News Europe

Telecoms: Few Problems So Far From Sandy

October 30, 2012 |

U.S. telecommunications companies are seeing few problems with their networks as Hurricane Sandy approaches the East Coast. US Business