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Employees of the Davis H. Elliot Company, based in Roanoke, Va., working on April 30 to restore power to Caldwell, Ala.
In April 2010, Fabrice Tourre waited to testify before a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee.
A rash of attacks have forced media companies to rethink relatively porous online security measures.
Cornerstone Mortgage will settle a federal complaint that accused it of discriminating based on maternity leave.
Workers sewing parts of down jackets at the HongMei garment factory in Tangshan, China. Wages in China are rising quickly.
The deal being discussed would offer billions of euros in fresh loans in return for accelerated privatization and tougher tax collection measures.
The influence of Iowa and New Hampshire in the presidential election season hurts economic policy.
New York State filed a lawsuit against the federal government to force an assessment of the environmental risks posed by drilling for natural gas in the Delaware River Basin.
Because there is no independent study on which implants work best or last longest, doctors may be swayed by sales tactics.
An index of prices in 20 cities is down 33.1 percent from the peak in July 2006 after falling for the eighth straight month in March.
The retailer Hhgregg is focusing on the knowledge of its sales staff in the companys first national advertising campaign.
Jean-Claude Trichet has led the European Central Bank since 2003.
Next week, Apples chief executive, Steven P. Jobs, will announce iCloud, a service expected to allow access to music, photos and videos over the Internet on multiple devices.
The cellphone giant is battling to maintain its position in the face of competition from the iPhone and Android.
The French government is convening a meeting in June to agree on a plan to stem volatility in the price and supply of staple foods, a source of political unrest.