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  • EIB says will not provide planned loans to Russia due to EU sanctions

    BERLIN (Reuters) - The head of the European Investment Bank said on Thursday his institute would not provide projects in Russia with funding that had been planned for this year and the coming years now that European leaders have expanded their sanctions...
  • Latest U.S. sanctions hit Russian assets, rouble at six-week low

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian shares fell 2.3 percent on Thursday after Washington imposed its toughest economic sanctions yet on Russian energy, financial and defense firms, also hitting the rouble and the country's sovereign dollar bonds. The U.S....
  • Morgan Stanley profit more than doubles, beating estimates

    Morgan Stanley profit more than doubles, beating estimates
    (Reuters) - Morgan Stanley's second-quarter income more than doubled, helped by rising revenue in its retail brokerage business as it won more assets to manage from clients, the investment bank said on Thursday. A onetime tax break and the ending of a...
  • U.S., EU impose new sanctions on Russia, Putin calls them a 'dead end'

    President Barack Obama imposed the biggest package of U.S. economic sanctions yet on Russia on Wednesday, hitting Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft and other energy, financial and defense firms, with what he called significant but targeted penalties....
  • Manchester Developing Database Of Youth Service Providers

    Manchester town departments are collaborating to build an online network to help connect families with out-of-school service providers. The so-called OOST Network, which is still in development, is a partnership between the board of education and the...
  • New U.S. sanctions hit top Russian firms; Kiev says Russia shoots down its jet

    WASHINGTON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Barack Obama imposed sanctions on some of Russia's biggest firms for the first time, striking at the heart of Vladimir Putin's powerbase by targeting companies closest to him over Moscow's failure to curb violence...
  • Mexico's mix of oil and drugs

    The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Tuesday, July 15: Mexico has witnessed a dramatic economic expansion since the North American Free Trade Agreement went into effect in 1994 and opened the country to foreign competition....
  • Women in construction [Letter]

    Regarding Barbara A. Res' recent commentary on women in the construction industry: Just so you know, we're out here ("Construction: a boys club," July 13). I own and operate a 1.5-woman electrical contracting firm. I'm not sure if I'll make it, but I've...
  • Exclusive: Vatican dispute sheds light on HP case in troubled Autonomy deal

    (Reuters) - The Vatican has become enmeshed in a struggle between Hewlett-Packard Co and Michael Lynch, the former CEO of the UK software company Autonomy Corp bought by HP in 2011 in a deal that led to a big loss for the U.S. technology giant. An...
  • Exclusive: Morgan Stanley rebuilds in commodities trading

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - After more than a year of scaling back in commodities, Morgan Stanley is ready to expand. The Wall Street bank plans to hire about a dozen traders, sales staff and other professionals in the United States. It's building up...
  • Bad deals remind us to take the long view

    Bad deals remind us to take the long view
    Consider these six deals: 1. In 2003, the Chicago Park District entered into a 20-year contract that exempted the new Park Grill restaurant in Millennium Park from property taxes and from paying for garbage pickup, water and gas. 2. In 2004, the...