Negotiators from the world's leading economies haggled all night over seemingly technical details regarding how to measure global economic imbalances. They eventually produced a 53-word sentence intended to appease all sides—and open to interpretation by all sides.
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Bahrain's political crisis continued to cool down as seven opposition groups working to present protesters demands said they would meet to coordinate a response to the government's call for dialogue.
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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke fired his most pointed rebuttal yet at foreign critics who say the U.S. central bank's easy money policies are breeding inflation and asset bubbles abroad.
Indian shares closed lower Friday as investors used gains in the past five sessions to take profit, as analysts warned the stock market could fall further next week.
State-run Steel Authority of India is looking to set up a 3-million metric ton steel plant in Mongolia, as part of plans by India's largest steelmaker by local capacity to expand overseas.
The head of Sony Corp.'s India operations said the company expects growth of more than 70% in flat-panel television sales in India, as it keeps up with expanding demand.
U.S. antitrust enforcers have begun looking at the terms Apple set this week for media companies who want to sell their content on the iPad and other devices.
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India unleashed the full power of its famed batting lineup on Saturday as Virender Sehwag hammered a stunning 175 to lead his side to victory over Bangladesh in the opening game of the World Cup.
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Economic opening, starting in 1991, may have created wealth in India. But it hasn't created a political constituency for reform.
Sales of $1 million apartments in India have slowed just as Donald Trump wants to enter the market. Buyers can negotiate better deals, says Shefali Anand, India personal finance writer.
Walt Mossberg reviews the Atrix 4G, an Android smartphone that acts as the brains of a small laptop device.
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The Shanghai Composite fell for the first time in seven sessions as investors fretted about more efforts to cool the economy. Korea;s Kospi snapped a three-day losing streak.
Research spending and technology exports were some of the menu items Thursday evening when President Obama sat down for dinner with Apple's Steve Jobs, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and other corporate chieftains.
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