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  • Deadly Coronavirus Travels From Middle East to Southeast Asia

    A deadly respiratory virus from the Middle East has traveled to Southeast Asia, killing a Malaysian man who visited Saudi Arabia and infecting a Filipino health- care worker returning from Abu Dhabi.

  • Saudi Arabia Seeks to Ease Concerns After New MERS Cases

    The government of Saudi Arabia is trying to reassure its citizens that the most recent outbreak of a respiratory virus isn’t a cause for alarm following 16 new cases, including two deaths, reported in the last nine days.

  • Air-Crash Sleuths Tease Clues From Black Boxes’ Silence

    Investigators had no data to work with or survivors to interview after professional golfer Payne Stewart’s private jet slammed into a South Dakota field in 1999. The cockpit recorder yielded 30 minutes of no voices.

  • Cartel Battle Targets Limes in Inflation Face-Off: Mexico Credit

    Weeks after capturing the head of the Sinaloa drug gang, Mexican officials are focusing on another cartel: lime growers that raised prices 41 percent last month.

  • T-Mobile Introduces Mobile Plan With No Overage Fees

    T-Mobile US Inc. introduced a mobile-phone plan that will prevent users from exceeding their data limits and incurring extra charges.

  • Telecom Italia’s Patuano Enlists AT&T CEO for Revival Advice

    Telecom Italia SpA Chief Executive Officer Marco Patuano, accelerating his efforts to revive the indebted former phone monopoly, is turning to advice from a one- time suitor across the Atlantic: AT&T Inc.’s Randall Stephenson.

  • Manipulate Me: The Booming Business in Behavioral Finance

    It's hard to find a place today where concepts of behavioral finance aren’t being applied to real-world situations. From London to Washington to Sydney, governments are experimenting with the psychology of decision-making and trying to “nudge” citizens toward better behaviors, whether that means saving more for retirement or signing an organ donation card. Meanwhile, businesses see opportunities for higher profits. To grab more attention and dollars from consumers, companies as far afield as banks and fitness-app makers carefully design their offerings with consumers’ decision-making quirks in mind.

  • Twitter Adds Messaging to Vine to Compete With Facebook

    Twitter Inc. said users of its Vine video application can now send their contacts private videos and other messages, stepping up competition with Facebook Inc. in the mobile-messaging market.

  • Kenya Seen Facing Escalated Threat of Attacks by Islamists

    Kenya may face intensified attacks by Islamist militants and protests from Muslim groups after the murder of a prominent Kenyan cleric, according to analysts including the security company, AKE Group.

  • Tesla Manager Leaves as Musk Prepares for China Expansion

    Tesla Motors Inc.’s general manager in China has left the company as the electric-car maker gears up to gain a foothold in the world’s largest auto market.

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