Indonesia kept its key interest rate unchanged for a third straight meeting as a narrowing current- account deficit and slowing inflation reduced the need for tighter monetary policy. The rupiah rose the most in a month.
Daniel Wilson, a former chemistry manager at Indian Point, the nuclear power plant closest to New York City, was ordered to serve 18 months of probation for faking test results to hide regulatory violations.
Indonesia may face more pressure than other Asian nations to raise borrowing costs this year after keeping its benchmark interest rate unchanged tomorrow, as plans to cut fuel subsidies threaten to spur inflation.
Not far from where Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke grew up, a revolution inside a Campbell Soup Co. plant explains why U.S. corporations are piling up profits -- with little need to hire more people.
Singapore will widen foreign-worker curbs to professional jobs as the government clamps down on companies that hire overseas talent at the expense of citizens, stepping up efforts to counter a backlash against immigration.