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Germany's RWE to Supply Gas to Crisis-Hit Ukraine
Germany's RWE to Supply Gas to Crisis-Hit Ukraine
RWE, Germany's second-biggest power supplier, says it will start gas deliveries to Ukraine as Russia threatens to cut off supplies to Kiev.
Owner of Collapsed Bangladesh Factory Faces Murder Charges
Owner of Collapsed Bangladesh Factory Faces Murder Charges
"We are planning to press murder charges against Sohel Rana and some other accused," the police's Criminal Investigation Department said, adding that if convicted Rana could be sentenced to death.
SKF Back to Profit in Q1
SKF Back to Profit in Q1
SKF is the world leader in the industrial bearing business serving the industrial processes and automotive markets so its financial results are a good indicator of the global industrial activity of the economy.
Imperial Tobacco Announces Closure of Factories in Britain, France
Imperial Tobacco Announces Closure of Factories in Britain, France
Due to declining sales the two factories are running at less than half of capacity.
Google Buys Drone Manufacturer Titan Aerospace
The solar-powered drones could be used to boost Internet access to remote locations.
SpaceX Mission Delayed Due to Helium Leak
The launch of a SpaceX rocket and its Dragon cargo capsule to the International Space Station is delayed until at least April 18.
China Consortium Buys Peru Copper Mine Stake for $5.85 Billion
China Consortium Buys Peru Copper Mine Stake for $5.85 Billion
The project is the world's biggest copper mine under construction, with its annual output expected to be 450,000 tons when it comes online, or 13% of China's total copper imports last year.
Poll: Swiss Voters Set To Sink Swedish Jet Fighter Deal
Poll: Swiss Voters Set To Sink Swedish Jet Fighter Deal
Swiss voters are set to sink a massive defense deal with Swedish firm Saab to buy 22 fighter planes, an opinion poll showed Friday ahead of a referendum next month.
BMW Recalls Half Million Cars Worldwide
BMW Recalls Half Million Cars Worldwide
German automaker BMW is recalling almost half a million vehicles worldwide due to an engine part defect.
Australia 'Very Confident' Signals are From Missing Jet
Australia 'Very Confident' Signals are From Missing Jet
Four signals linked to aircraft beacons have been detected by the Australian vessel Ocean Shield using U.S. equipment, with the first two analyzed as being consistent with those from aircraft flight recorders.
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Chevron, YPF Ramp Up Argentina Shale Investment
The second phase of exploration calls for drilling 1,500 wells across 150 square miles in the hopes of producing 50,000 barrels of oil per day and three million cubic meters of gas per day.
Sony Issues Battery-fire Warning over Vaio Laptops
Sony Issues Battery-fire Warning over Vaio Laptops
"We're asking customers to stop using their PC immediately, unplug the cable and stop using it."
IBM Buys Internet Marketing Firm Silverpop
IBM Buys Internet Marketing Firm Silverpop
IBM announces it is buying Internet marketing firm Silverpop to enhance its portfolio of services for businesses out to target potential customers.
GM Puts Two Engineers on Paid Leave Due To Recall
GM Puts Two Engineers on Paid Leave Due To Recall 4
GM chief executive Mary Barra announced the first disciplinary personnel action stemming from the company's internal probe of the circumstances leading to the delayed recall of 2.6 million older model cars.
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