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Draghi warns on eurozone break-up

ECB president breaks taboo while playing down market expectations about bank’s role in fighting crisis View full post on UK Business Stories

UK strikes back at French criticism

France’s finance minister says the economy is in better shape than Britain’s, despite estimates that it has slipped into recession View full post on UK Business Stories

Fewer EI recipients but more claims

Fewer people were on employment insurance in October over the previous month, continuing a multi-year downward trend, but more people submitted benefit claims, Statistics Canada says. View full post on Canada Business Stories

RIM co-chiefs’ salaries cut to $1 each amid crisis

Heads of troubled smartphone group respond to falling profits and vow to launch an extensive advertising campaign around new products early next year View full post on UK Business Stories

Cern ‘tantalises’ on ‘God particle’ discovery

Scientists say results on Higgs boson experiments are less clear-cut than some of the more enthusiastic speculation suggested View full post on UK Business Stories

Asian shares slide as EU deal glow fades

Markets went into retreat amid fears of recession in Europe, after rating agencies warned last week’s summit did little to resolve the crisis View full post on UK Business Stories

Pacific Sunwear to close 200 stores in next 14 monts

Diane Alter – AHN News Reporter San Francisco, CA, United States (AHN) – Teen focused, surfer-dude retailer Pacific Sunwear of California announced Wednesday that it plans to close as many as 200 under-performing stores in the next 14 months as sales continue to slump. However, things may soon begin to look a bit brighter for […]

Treasury ‘cash-grabs’ hurt energy sector, says Tim Yeo

A “catalogue of cash-grabs” by the Treasury has damaged vital investor confidence across the energy sector, Tim Yeo, chairman of the energy select committee, has argued. View full post on UK Business Stories

Fired RIM execs ‘chewed through restraints’ on flight

New details are emerging about the rowdy behaviour of two Research In Motion executives who were fired for disrupting an intercontinental flight – including that they managed to chew their way out of restraints after being handcuffed by crew members. View full post on Canada Business Stories

Near-term risk to peripheral states remains

Despite an array of measures, EU leaders have probably not done enough to get through to Christmas, says John Authers View full post on UK Business Stories