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Borders Begins a New Chapter...11
Borders Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and said it plans to close about 30% of its stores in coming weeks.
Major Book Imprints Owed Millions
Retail Landlords Hit By Borders's Closings
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Publishers Reconsider Business Models
Sanofi Buys Genzyme
Sanofi-Aventis acquired Genzyme for $74 a share, or a total of $20.1 billion plus a contingent value right, in a giant step toward reshaping the company.
Sanofi CEO Bets on Genzyme
Avoiding Pitfalls of Pharma-Biotech Deals
Sanofi to Help Genzyme on Manufacturing
Heard: Short-Lived Celebration
Expiring Patents Fuel Concerns
SEC Urged to Revise 'Whistleblower' Plan
Big companies are urging the SEC to revise rules for awarding bounties to workers under the agency's proposed "whistleblower" program.
Feds Target Illegal Hires
The federal government is requiring as many as 1,000 companies to turn over their employment records for inspection, part of an expanding crackdown on businesses suspected of hiring illegal immigrants.
Big Banks Face Fines On Role of Servicers
More than a dozen major financial institutions are facing sanctions over problems with internal controls and staffing levels at mortgage servicers.
Google Elbows Apple, Woos Publishers
Google fired another salvo in its broadening competition with Apple, opening a payment system for digital content that will let publishers keep a bigger share of revenues than a service launched by Apple this week.
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Ratan Tata Lashes Out Over Leaks
Indian industrialist Ratan Tata lashed out at the government for allowing media outlets to get hold of wiretap recordings of his lobbyist's phone calls, and said stronger privacy protection is needed to prevent similar episodes in the future.
Galleon Prosecutors May Play Wiretaps at Trial
Federal prosecutors could seek to play more than 170 secretly recorded conversations as part of their insider-trading case against Galleon Group founder Raj Rajaratnam.
Topics: Galleon Group
Merkel Taps Adviser to Head Bundesbank
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her government wants Jens Weidmann, her closest economic adviser, to take over from Axel Weber as president of the Bundesbank.
Hawaiian Drafts More Asia Flight Plans
Hawaiian Airlines, facing growing competition ferrying passengers to and from the U.S. mainland, is seeking new growth by spreading its wings to Asia.
Dean Foods Posts Loss on Charges, Dairy Woes
Stanley Ho Files New Lawsuit
Comcast, Cablevision Profits Rise
Huawei, ZTE Set Sights on Smartphones
Robust Sales Drive Daimler to Profit
CBS Posts Sharply Higher Profit
Airbus Maker Cuts Tanker Bid
Total, Rosneft Discuss Offshore Projects
Justice Department Urges Stiffer Penalties for Insider Trading
Medtronic Advises
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Drug Firms Attack Patent Plans
NTSB Wants Boeing 737 Changes
Finance
Manager Took Down Friend in Insider Probe
Donald Longueuil and Noah Freeman were tight. They worked together as money managers at hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors. They skated together and vacationed together. And, prosecutors say, they traded on inside information together.
What J.P. Morgan Knew About Madoff
What CEO Dimon knew about Madoff's fraud is at the heart of a lawsuit alleging that J.P. Morgan ignored or dismissed warning signs about the fraud even as it earned hundreds of millions from its relationship with the firm.
World
South Africa Gold Miners Dig Deeper
With few new gold strikes around the world that can be turned into profitable mines, South Africa's gold miners are planning to dig deeper than ever before to get access to rich veins.
Miners Fight Gold's Decline in South Africa
Fashion
Designers Trim Hemlines, Costs
Runway fashions get revamped as cotton, wool, leather and silk prices rise.
Autos
Electronic Fixes for Driver Error
The flap over sudden acceleration in Toyota cars gave automotive electronic systems a black eye. So what's in store now that officials have concluded that people are to blame for most accidents caused by runaway cars? It may mean even more electronics in cars.
Asia
China Blocks U.S. Push on Web Freedom
Single Asian President Seeks Soul Mate
Japanese Ruling Party Faces Revolt
Europe
G-20 Frets Over Inflation, Debt
Berlusconi: 'Not Worried' About Charges
France Seeks Input on Euro Pact
Earnings
Lenovo Group Net Profit Up 25%
Chinese computer maker Lenovo said its third-quarter net profit rose 25% from a year earlier, boosted by growth in personal-computer shipments, despite a slowdown in the expansion of the global PC market.
ASX Posts 2.3% Profit Rise
Deere's Earnings More Than Double
Economy
Senate Deficit Plan Details Emerge
A bipartisan group of senators is considering legislation that would order Congress to meet a set of spending targets and other fiscal goals or face automatic tax increases and budget cuts.
Fed Upgraded Economic Outlook
Wholesale Prices Hit 2-Year High
Health
A small population of Ecuadoreans afflicted with a dwarfism disorder almost never get cancer or diabetes, a finding that may point the way to new treatments for both diseases, according to a new study.
Law
Gun manufacturer Sabre Defence Industries LLC, whose top officials face criminal charges alleging they illegally imported and exported firearms, sought bankruptcy protection Tuesday.
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