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  • One million Ukrainian civil servants to be screened for loyalty: PM

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's prime minister said on Wednesday that one million civil servants, including from government ranks, will be screened for loyalty under new legislation to root out corrupt practices hanging over from the previous ousted...
  • Luxembourg opens art freeport to lure super-rich

    LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Private banking hub Luxembourg sought to lure more wealthy investors on Wednesday by opening a high-security center designed to look like a jewel box, where collectors can store and trade valuables without paying customs or sales...
  • Exchange axed China listings before Ultrasonic scandal

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Boerse stopped wooing German listings of Chinese companies a year ago, the stock exchange operator said on Wednesday, a day after a German-listed Chinese shoemaker Ultrasonic said top managers and cash had vanished. A...
  • Deutsche Boerse stopped seeking Chinese listings a year ago

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Boerse stopped promoting German listings in China a year ago, the stock exchange operator said on Wednesday, a day after a German-listed Chinese shoemaker said top managers and cash had vanished. A spokesman for Deutsche...
  • Switzerland takes on its top drugmakers in price row

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland, home to the world's two biggest drugmakers, might be expected to give them an easy ride. But Roche and Novartis are finding no immunity in their home market from a European-wide price squeeze. Governments and healthcare...
  • LAX kicks off $508-million renovation of Southwest Airlines terminal

    LAX kicks off $508-million renovation of Southwest Airlines terminal
    The modernization of outdated terminals at Los Angeles International Airport forged ahead Tuesday as work began on a $508-million renovation of one of the busiest passenger facilities. City leaders and airport officials broke ground at Terminal 1,...
  • If you think Big Tobacco was bad, wait till you get a whiff of Big Marijuana

    Proponents of legalization and other drug policy reforms make some important points. It is true that most people who try drugs do not get addicted they stop after using a few times. It is also true and regrettable that America's incarceration rate is...
  • Tupperware to add senior-living facility at proposed SunRail stop

    Tupperware to add senior-living facility at proposed SunRail stop
    Development around SunRail's proposed Tupperware Station in northern Osceola County is expected to include independent living for seniors in a mix of retail and apartments. The Osceola County Commission this week gave the Orlando-based company greater...
  • Germany's Schaeuble: could consider tax breaks for R&D firms

    BERLIN (Reuters) - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble would consider granting tax breaks to companies for income generated from patented or licensed research as long as uniform rules are put in place to prevent unfair competition for foreign...
  • Stage Left Theatre prepares for season debut

    Peter Pagliaro, artistic director of Stage Left Theatre, Boynton Beach's only live stage theater, is busy preparing for its upcoming season. With a major makeover, a new proscenium stage, new curtains and bathrooms, all new stage lighting and a wall-size...
  • Asset grab? Turf war? Tycoon's arrest strikes business climate in Russia

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - It's a tune straight from Vladimir Putin's old songbook: a Russian billionaire under house arrest over vague accusations about a murky past deal, causing a meltdown in the shares of his empire of privatized assets. Vladimir...