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Feb. 19 - The betting intelligence company Sportradar, which works with UEFA, has detected that up to one percent of soccer matches in Europe could be fixed. It also says illegal gambling could spread into other sports - as technology encourages live betting - with potentially costly consequences. Hayley Platt reports.
Feb. 19 - Mandiant's Grady Summers says a unit of China's Peoples Liberation Army is responsible for hacking into intellectual property of hundreds of U.S. companies.
Feb 19 - Jeffrey Goldfarb talks to Breakingviews columnists about why merging OfficeMax and Office Depot makes good sense in an era of ever-growing threats to specialized retailers.
Feb. 19 - Bank of England minutes are expected to show no change of heart among policymakers, while tomorrow’s economic data may give cautious grounds for optimism in Europe.
Feb. 19 - Nestle, the world's biggest food company, has removed beef pasta meals from sale in Italy and Spain after finding traces of horse DNA. Sonia Legg reports.
Feb 19 - A secretive Chinese military unit is believed to be behind a series of hacking attacks, a U.S. computer security company said.
Feb. 19 - Italy goes to the polls on February 24th/ 25th in what promises to be a knife-edge election. The result is likely to have major implications for the entire euro zone.
Feb. 19 - The EU’s push to cap bankers’ bonuses won’t resolve excess pay – salaries will rise instead, says Reuters Breakingviews.
Feb. 19 - U.S. security firm Mandiant has pinpointed a nondescript building in Shanghai as the site of a rash of hacking attacks against U.S. targets - a claim China has dismissed. Jane Lee reports.
Feb. 19 - You’ve got to give it to HTC CEO Peter Chou - he knows how to make a great smartphone. But it’ll take more than top-end design to make it a sales sensation, as Reuters’ Jon Gordon explains.
Feb. 19 - Seven years after it opened, China's first Disneyland resort is at last marching out of the red -- but it's also about to brave more competition. Tara Joseph reports.
Feb. 19 - Japan’s government has delayed nominating a Bank of Japan governor, prompting talk of friction at the top over who should be tasked with carrying out policies to kickstart Japan’s economy
Feb. 19 - Japan’s government has delayed nominating a Bank of Japan governor, prompting talk of friction at the top over who should be tasked with carrying out policies to kickstart Japan’s economy.
Feb 19 - Office Depot is in advanced talks to merge with smaller rival OfficeMax and a deal could come as early as this week.
Feb. 19 - Over 200 Iberia flights have been cancelled on the second day of a five-day strike against restructuring plans that could result in the loss of over 3000 jobs for the Spanish flag-carrier. ROUGH-CUT (No reporter narration).
Feb. 19 - France will barely grow this year and Paris will miss its deficit targets. Yet there’s no shortage of demand for French bonds, thus supporting the euro. Plus, Danone shares surge.
Feb.18 - David Cameron’s trade delegation to India is the largest ever taken abroad by a British Prime Minister. But he faces stiff competition in the battle for business as Europe’s debt-stricken states compete with one another to tap into one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. Ivor Bennett reports
Feb. 19 - A construction company in Japan has developed a method of tearing down a building without the noise, smell or dust caused by conventional demolition. It's a novel but effective approach to deconstruction in densely built cities. Rob Muir reports.