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MTR's 'independent' panel to probe cross-border rail delay branded a 'silly' idea

Explosives 'may solve railway's problems' Explosives could blast through complex ... MTR says the terminus site sits atop boulders rather than a single stretch of rock so, according to Hung, a blast w... read more

Hejduk signs on for one more year

Good news for the Avs, their fans and for Milan Hejduk today. The Duke just signed a one-year contract extension with the team, through 2010-11. I’m still waiting to dig out what the contract will be ... read more

Yangtze River Development Limited (YERR)

Yangtze River Development Limited is a Nevada corporation that operates through its wholly-owned subsidiary Energetic Mind Limited, a British Virgin Islands company, which holds 100% capital stock of ... read more

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Turning the tables: Can you help Davos leaders?

Davos is a well-rehearsed event and everyone knows the part they should play. Business and political leaders gather each year to tackle the major challenges of a global economy while the rest of the w... read more


Let’s talk shops

Not according to these developers and place-makers who believe they have the ... How do you save the shopping mall from becoming a boring relic of the past? Is the future of retail more than minimum w... read more

Will the NBN become Malcolm's Mess?

The NBN is a complex Government-owned, ubiquitous monopoly wholesale broadband network. It's not a mess yet but oh boy, it could be. And it would now go down as Malcolm's Mess, writes Alan Kohler. Wat... read more

At least we are not Dubai

Ten days later I returned, gasping for Karachi’s polluted, but far sweeter, air. Dubai may have the world’s tallest building and the world’s largest shopping mall, but it also has the world’s tiniest ... read more

Stories for March 2014

A 1970s office building across the street from a light-rail station in El Segundo has sold for $11.3 million to Los Angeles investors who plan to boost its appeal to tenants in creative fields, the Lo... read more

Stories for March 2013

posted: 03/31/2013 4:14 a.m. A recession that caused convulsions throughout America’s economy in 2008 had little initial impact on the revenue of the University of Arkansas’ Advancement Division. post... read more

USA/UNITED STATES/AMERICAS

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Stories for October 2001

While New York had to cancel its annual Fashion Week in September because of the terrorist attacks, L.A. plans to go ahead with its Market Week Oct. 8 to 11 showcasing the spring collections of local ... read more

Stories for March 2018

HARRISON, Mich. — A Michigan woman is facing four years in prison for a drug-related crash that killed an Army veteran and seriously injured two other people. posted: 03/31/2018 2:30 p.m. VATICAN CITY ... read more



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