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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 935 of 1136 -

Spain Crash Death Toll Hits 80

July 26, 2013 |

Investigators are looking at excess speed on a tight curve as a possible cause of a train derailment that killed at least 80 and injured 140 in Spain’s worst train accident since the 1940s. What’s News Europe

Glaxo Gives Two Accusers Differing Response

July 26, 2013 |

GlaxoSmithKline’s chief executive called China’s bribery allegations “shameful” for the company if true, while denying any inconsistencies in the company’s conclusions. What’s News Asia

Project Shows Why China’s Economy Is Wobbling

July 25, 2013 |

A $ 91 billion industrial project, mired in debt and unfulfilled promise, suggests part of the reason why China’s economy is wobbling – and why it will be hard to turn around. What’s News Asia

Hopeful Signs for Euro Zone

July 25, 2013 |

Businesses in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands and consumers in Italy became more optimistic about their prospects in July, another indication that the euro zone is emerging from contraction. What’s News Europe

U.K. Economy Grows, Worries Remain

July 25, 2013 |

The U.K.’s economic growth accelerated in the second quarter as all sectors expanded for the first time in almost three years, raising hopes that a sustained recovery may take hold. What’s News Europe

Train Derailment Kills Dozens in Spain

July 25, 2013 |

A passenger train derailed on a curvy stretch of track in northwestern Spain, killing at least 40 people caught inside toppled cars and injuring dozens. What’s News Europe

China to Put Bo Xilai on Trial

July 25, 2013 |

Chinese authorities formally charged former Communist Party highflier Bo Xilai with corruption on Thursday, setting the stage for a trial in a scandal that exposed alleged corruption and political infighting. What’s News Asia

Wells Fargo Wins a Banking Crown

July 25, 2013 |

Industrial & Commercial Bank of China has ceded its crown as the world’s top bank by market capitalization to Wells Fargo, six years after ICBC gained the top spot on the eve of the financial crisis. What’s News Asia

China Manufacturing Hits 11-Month Low

July 24, 2013 |

China’s economy showed fresh signs of weakness in July as an initial gauge of manufacturing activity slumped to an 11-month low, leading economists to make comparisons to conditions seen shortly after the global financial crisis of 2008 and 2009. What’s News Asia

Dell Buyout Group Calls for Change in Voting Rules

July 24, 2013 |

The group trying to take Dell private is pressing the company to change how it counts shareholder votes to improve the odds of their buyout winning approval, and has offered to increase its bid by less than 1% as an incentive. US Business