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Apr. 10 - Surgeons may soon have a new tool for treating patients with dangerous blood clots in the brain - a robotic needle that will suck the clot free without harming healthy tissue around it. As Ben Gruber reports, the robot's developers are taking a novel approach to replicating the human brain for their experiments.
Apr. 10- The heartbleed internet bug is so troubling because it is so hard to track where its been and what its done, says Julia Horwitz of the Electronic Privacy Information Center. Bobbi Rebell report
Apr. 10 - Swiss researchers have developed a portable device that can detect common allergens in a drop of blood within half an hour. Called the Abioscope, the machine is designed to provide a fast, accurate and non-invasive alternative to conventional allergy testing. Jim Drury reports.
April 10 - Researchers who have fought for years to get full data on Roche's flu medicine Tamiflu say governments who stockpile it are wasting billions of dollars on a drug whose effectiveness is in doubt. Sonia Legg reports on the impact the row could have.
April 10 - Jeffrey Goldfarb and Rob Cyran discuss billionaire Carl Icahn's decision to end his vitriolic attack against online auction site eBay.
April 10 - British retailer Marks & Spencer has posted its best quarterly performance in clothing for three years, indicating its turnaround plan may finally be gaining traction. As David Pollard reports its fortunes mirror those of the wider UK economy, putting pressure on the central bank to raise interest rates.
April 10 - BlackBerry CEO John Chen says he would consider exiting the handset business but hopes to make it profitable by next year. Fred Katayama reports.
April 10 - Two years after being at the epicenter of the European sovereign debt crisis, Greece has returned to the bond markets with a heavily subscribed 3 billion euro deal. Ciara Sutton ask if it is the beginning of the end of its international bailout and the euro zone crisis.
April 10 - Top tips and analysis on the weekend's big sporting action, including a potential Premier League decider between Liverpool and Man City. Plus, the FA Cup semi-finals and the Masters golf in Augusta.
April 10 - Greece's first bond in four years has met roaring demand but excessive investor enthusiasm could reduce the pressure to reform the serious underlying problems.
April 10 - The first live stream of the Bank of Japan governor's post-policy meeting news conference was unsettling for investors, who piled out of financial and exporter stocks this week. Yonggi Kang reports.
April 10 - China trade rebounded to a surplus in March, but as imports and exports slid, suggesting the world's second-largest economy is struggling on two fronts. Still, don't expect the government to step in.
April 10 - Asia’s top three economies - China, Japan and India - will take the spotlight Friday with releases ranging from central bank minutes to inflation and industrial production. Sareena Dayaram reports.
April 10 - China bulls who have faith the authorities can always avert crisis - beware. Banking regulators in particular lack the tools to deal with systemic threats, says Breakingviews' Peter Thal Larsen.