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  • Actavis’s Dealmaking New CEO Has ‘Zero Plans’ for Sale

  • Norway’s $890 Billion Wealth Fund to Target Frontier Markets

    Norway’s $890 billion wealth fund, the world’s largest, will expand the scope of its investments to target more “frontier markets” and add more currencies to generate higher returns.

  • The Next Revolution in Beer Lies in a Return to the Middle Ages

    It was shaping up to be a rough night at Amnesia, a perennially packed bar in San Francisco’s Mission District. Amnesia is a favorite among the city’s craft-beer cognoscenti; the bar’s best-seller is Bear Republic Brewing Co.’s Racer 5 -- a classic American India pale ale, all orange zest and rich pine resin.

  • Baker & McKenzie Opens ‘New Frontier’ Office in Myanmar

    Baker & McKenzie LLP, the world’s second-largest law firm by revenue, opened an office in Myanmar to serve foreign investors entering an economy emerging from five decades of isolation.

  • Batista’s Losers Shout and Sue as OGX Meltdown Casts Pall

    The 23-story Serrador building rises gracefully in downtown Rio de Janeiro, a rounded granite-and- glass art deco masterpiece that conjures the opulence of another era. Completed in 1944 and named for Spanish cinema-house promoter Francisco Serrador, it once held a luxury hotel with a nightclub that attracted a mix of Rio elites and visiting American movie stars.

  • Richards Says ‘Rescheduling Motherhood’ Is New Option (Audio)

    Sarah Elizabeth Richards, author of "Motherhood, Rescheduled: The New Frontier of Egg Freezing and the Women Who Tried It," says about 10,000 women have frozen their eggs since the procedure become viable. Richards says the technology allows women to make choices without compromising other life goals. Richards says women she interviewed for her book told her the psychological benefits were huge. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine took egg freezing off the experimental list last year. Bloomberg’s Kathleen Hays and Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio’s "The Hays Advantage."

  • Hrvatski Telekom, New Frontier Eye IN2, Poslovni Reports

    T-Hrvatski Telekom d.d., a unit of Deutsche Telekom AG, and Austria’s New Frontier Group are competing to acquire a majority stake in IN2, Croatia’s largest software company, Poslovni Dnevnik reported, citing Ante Mandic, the head of the Zagreb-based software manufacturer.

  • South Korea Prime Minister to Resign Over Ferry Sinking

    South Korean President Park Geun Hye accepted her prime minister’s offer to resign over the government’s failure to properly handle the nation’s worst maritime disaster in four decades.

  • South Korean President Park Apologizes Over Ferry Sinking

    South Korean President Park Geun Hye apologized over a ferry sinking that left more than three hundred people dead or missing, the nation’s worst maritime disaster in four decades.

  • Ferry Captain Faces Life in Prison as Public Anger Grows

    Prosecutors investigating South Korea’s worst maritime disaster in four decades said the captain of the ‘Sewol’ ferry and two crew members are facing a life sentence for abandoning passengers as the vessel sank.

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