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AP Business WriterPARIS (AP) — The man charged with reviving France's shrinking economy and attracting businesses to invest here is gaining a reputation for doing the opposite. As the country's first-ever minister for industrial renewal, Arnaud Montebourg has told...
AP Auto WriterDETROIT (AP) — Shares of General Motors reached an important milestone on Friday, closing above their initial public offering price of $33 for the first time in more than two years. GM shares reached $33.77 Friday before slipping back to close at...
Midsize companies in the U.S remain cautious about economic growth this year, but they are making modest investments to expand their business and add to their payrolls, according to an analysis Monday from Deloitte & Touche LLP. The accounting and...
WASHINGTON -- For most Americans, Europe is out of sight and out of mind. We figure that the worst of its debt crisis has passed. Italy has a new government. To mute social unrest, some countries are slightly relaxing austerity policies. The European...
Tags: Labor Markets, Finance, Politics, Government Debt, Bonds
BERLIN -- Europe's most important relationship is under increasing strain after French officials accused Germany's leader of "egotistical intransigence" and leaders in Berlin shot back by describing France as the continent's "biggest problem child."...
ATHENS -- Despite sweeping public discord, Cyprus lawmakers on Tuesday approved a controversial $13-billion bailout imposed by international lenders to keep the island financially afloat, and its economy anchored to Europe’s single currency....
Tags: Finance, Politics, Loans, National Government, Pervez Musharraf
WASHINGTON -- An insistent question of our time is how much government debt is too much. Is there some debt level that becomes crushing as opposed to merely costly? The controversy over research by economists Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff shows how...
Jianwei Li and two other wealthy Chinese businessmen thought they had a sure thing when they wired $1 million each to a California firm that had promised to build a fine Chinese restaurant in the Bay Area city of San Bruno. The project had an alluring...
Tags: Finance, Politics, Banking, Personal Data Collection, Migration
What might have been a grueling, 25-hour flight from Sydney to London two years ago instead brought filmmaker and viticulturist Warwick Ross to a project that blended his passions for storytelling and wine as perfectly as the grapes for a nice Chardonnay-...
The stock market endured its second broad decline in three days, as investors fretted about weak earnings in the U.S. and deepening economic stagnation in Europe. Companies ranging from Apple Inc. to Bank of America Corp. were battered as investors fled...
LONDON -- Joblessness in the 17-nation Eurozone hit a record high in January and February, according to statistics released Tuesday that gave a grim snapshot of the region’s continued economic malaise. The unemployment rate rose to 12% in the...
NEW YORK -- The broad Standard & Poor's 500 index broke a half-decade-old record, another sign of stocks' continuing rally this year. The S&P 500 added 6.34 points, or 0.41%, to 1,569.19 Thursday, the last trading day of the first quarter. The S&P 500...
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