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  • Scion’s Dual Vehicle Launch Opens Striking Options for Younger Drivers

    In one thrilling act, two new Scion vehicles owned the stage on the eve of the New York International Auto Show. The all-new Scion iM made its debut for hundreds gathered at ArtBeam gallery.

  • A man walks past the Bank of Japan building in Tokyo

    Japanese business confidence among manufacturers stalled in the first quarter, a central bank survey showed, underscoring the fragile economic recovery and clouding the outlook for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's drive to reflate the country out of deflation. Big companies also expect to cut capital expenditure in the fiscal …

  • Littlebrook power station, which towers grimly over the lower Thames near Dartford in Kent, ceases operations today after almost 35 years, the last of Britain's big oil-fired power plants to close. Littlebrook is an unlikely symbol of modern Britain. Now (NYSE: DNOW - news) its closure marks the impact of higher oil …

  • New aerospace road could revitalize southern Arizona economy

    The state's leaders met Tuesday to celebrate the beginning of a road project they say will lead to a revitalized economy and stronger private defense field for southern Arizona. The groundbreaking celebration ...

  • Bill passed limiting state entity in alternate gas plan

    The Alaska Senate passed legislation Tuesday to temporarily restrict participation by a state-sponsored corporation in an alternate gas pipeline project proposed by Gov. Bill Walker. The 13-7 vote followed ...

  • ACE Group today announced the launch of its high net worth personal insurance capabilities in Canada through ACE Private Risk Services. By leveraging the strength and expertise of

  • A Brown University graduate student from South Korea has died after jumping from the 12th floor of a campus building. Police officials tell the Providence Journal that the 25-year-old student's death Tuesday ...

  • A man looks at an electronic board showing the stock market indices of various countries outside a brokerage in Tokyo

    Asian stocks sagged on Wednesday, taking their lead from weaker U.S. shares, while the dollar held to sizeable gains against a euro dogged by nerves over Greek debt negotiations.Crude oil prices continued declining as negotiations between Iran and world powers over nuclear technology with potential supply implications …

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