Stimulus fears haunt share markets, dollar recovers
By Herbert Lash. NEW YORK | Fri May 24, 2013 4:35pm EDT. NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equity markets slipped on Friday over worries the U.S. Federal Reserve may curb a stimulus program that has lifted stocks, while the dollar recovered against the ...
U.S. Stock Futures Are Little Changed as Saks Surges
US Stocks Fall on China Manufacturing, Fed Speculation
S&P 500 Closes Lower for a Third Session; Dow Ekes Out Gain
Mexico eyeing retaliatory measures in US meat labeling dispute
MEXICO CITY | Fri May 24, 2013 6:57pm EDT. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico is considering imposing retaliatory trade measures on the United States in a dispute over the fairness of U.S. rules requiring meat to carry labels that specify its origin, the ...
New rules for labeling meat going into effect in US
U.S. Tightens Country-of-Origin Meat Labeling After WTO Ruling
New Rules for Labeling Meat Go Into Effect in US
San Francisco Chronicle
Protesters around the world march against Monsanto
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Protesters rallied in dozens of cities Saturday as part of a global protest against seed giant Monsanto and the genetically modified food it produces, organizers said. Organizers said "March Against Monsanto" protests were held in 52 ...
Protesters target genetically modified crops
Protest decries Monsanto and genetically modified foods
Winston-Salem marchers join worldwide protest against Monsanto and ...
Ex-Chief Convicted of Trying to Defraud Bank
New York Times
The former chief executive of the Bank of the Commonwealth, of Virginia, Edward Woodard Jr., and three others were convicted on Friday of conspiring to defraud the bank of $71 million before its collapse in 2011. One other man, Simon Hounslow, a former ...
Barrick's Pascua-Lama Fined $16.4 Million by Chile Government
Barrick Gold Corp. (ABX), the world's largest producer of the metal, is studying details of a Chilean resolution that imposed a fine and ordered work to safeguard water supplies at its $8.5 billion Pascua-Lama mining project. Construction work at the site on the ...
Chile's Indians Take on World's Largest Gold Miner
Chile Environmental Overseer Halts All Operations at Barrick's Pascua Project
Chile fines Barrick Gold $16m for Pascua-Lama mine
Japanese Lab Workers Exposed to Low Levels of Radiation
New York Times
TOKYO — As many as 55 workers at a national laboratory may have been exposed to low levels of radiation after an experiment overheated, releasing radioactive particles into the air, the agency operating the lab said Saturday. World Twitter Logo.
4 researchers 'exposed to radiation' at Japanese lab
Radiation leak reported day after incident at Ibaraki laboratory
Japan's Abe to Offer Myanmar 40 Billion Yen New Aid, Jiji Says
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will offer Myanmar 40 billion yen ($395 million) of new funds and exempt about 200 billion yen of delinquent debt when he meets President Thein Sein today, Jiji Press reported without citing anyone. As Myanmar's largest ...
Is Japan The New Apple?
Singing the Abe Electric
Japan's massive stock rally isn't over: Morgan Stanley
New York Times
Billionaire Backlash as Hedge Fund Investor Slams Working Moms
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Paul Tudor Jones: In macro trading, babies are a 'killer' to a woman's focus
Billionaire philanthropist's comments offend working moms
Sorry Paul Tudor Jones: It's Male — Not Female — Traders We Should Be ...