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  • Russia Facing Escalating Sanctions as EU Foreign Ministers Meet

    European and U.S. officials will probably hold their most punitive sanctions on Russia in reserve as they wait for President Vladimir Putin to show his hand on whether he plans to push his forces deeper into Ukraine.

  • U.S. WTO Case Against China ‘Major Reason’ for Citibank Nod

    A World Trade Organization probe into the legality of Chinese rules on foreign companies issuing credit cards is a “major reason” Citigroup Inc. was given permission to do so, said Stuart Eizenstat, former deputy Treasury secretary under President Bill Clinton.

  • Microsoft’s Frankly Speaking Thompson Guides Quest for CEO: Tech

    Weeks before Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer announced plans to retire, lead independent director John Thompson spelled out the board’s responsibility in an on-campus interview.

  • Stocks, Euro Rise on Debt Plan

    Stocks climbed, sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index up for the week, Treasuries fell and the euro rose as Europe set plans to boost its rescue fund and U.S. consumer confidence beat forecasts.

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