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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 935 of 1172 -

Applied Materials to Acquire Tokyo Electron

September 24, 2013 |

In a deal that would be one of the biggest-ever foreign takeovers of a Japanese firm, Applied Materials agreed to acquire Tokyo Electron to create the world’s largest provider of chip manufacturing equipment. US Business

Chrysler Feud Triggers IPO Filing

September 24, 2013 |

Chrysler Group filed for an initial public offering, a move forced by the failure of the auto maker’s Italian majority owner and its main union to agree on the company’s value. US Business

Kenyan Officials Say They Believe Hostages Have Been Freed

September 24, 2013 |

Kenyan officials early Tuesday said they believe the remaining hostages had been freed from an upscale Nairobi mall, and the interior ministry said that troops were in control. What’s News Asia

Microsoft Upgrades Surface Tablets

September 24, 2013 |

Microsoft unveiled the second generation of its homemade Surface tablets, tweaking the devices with faster speeds and better battery life. US Business

City of Light Tells Sephora: ‘Lights Out by 9’

September 24, 2013 |

A Champs Élysées cosmetics store that attracts six million people a year has become the new front line in France’s battle over working hours. US Business

Assault on Mall Stuns Kenya

September 23, 2013 |

Kenyan police late Sunday struck to end a two-day terrorist attack at an upscale mall after the death toll rose to 68, with some 40 people believed trapped inside the complex while armed militants remained at large. What’s News Asia

BlackBerry Strikes $4.7 Billion Deal to Go Private

September 23, 2013 |

Smartphone maker BlackBerry struck a deal to sell itself to a group led by investor Fairfax Financial for about $ 4.7 billion in cash. US Business

Merkel Starts Search for Coalition Partner

September 23, 2013 |

After recording one of the best election results in her conservative party’s history, Angela Merkel faced a new challenge—finding a coalition partner. What’s News Europe

German Election Overturns Political Order

September 23, 2013 |

Sunday’s election rattled Germany’s political landscape, kicking a bastion of the conservative establishment out of parliament for the first time since 1949 and catapulting an upstart anti-euro party to national prominence. What’s News Europe

China’s Data Suggests Rebound

September 23, 2013 |

China’s economy showed new signs of strength in September as an initial gauge of manufacturing activity rose to a-six month high. What’s News Asia