Oil giant BP will set up a new safety division that will oversee and audit the company's operations around the world in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster, the company said Wednesday.
Demonstrations and strikes are taking across Europe in protest at deep public-spending cuts being introduced by debt-laden national governments.
Where in the world does an investor go to make money when 70 percent of the U.S. economy is based on American consumers, and many of them, along with Europeans, will be licking their financial wounds instead of spending through much of this decade?
The Small Business Jobs Act, signed into law Monday by President Barack Obama, is based on a simple formula: More guaranteed capital plus lower fees equals new job creation via a rise in lending from community banks.
Google's Android operating system will muscle past rivals Apple and Microsoft, dominating future devices to power everything from tablet computers and smartphones to touchscreen refrigerators, according to a poll of developers published Monday.
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