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April 23 - U.S. troops arrive in Poland as the interim government in Ukraine resumes an offensive against pro-Russia separatists in the east of the country. Ivor Bennett reports on the breakdown of an Easter truce agreement, and how the threat of more sanctions from the U.S. could hit markets.
April 23 - Sequential images of a ten day old quail embryo have won Portuguese biologist, Gabriel G. Martins first prize in this year's Nikon Small World in Motion Photomicrography Competition. The entry was one of hundreds submitted for the contest, which aims to highlight the latest techniques of scientific imaging. Second place went to Michael Weber of The Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden, Germany for his video showing the beating heart of a two-day old zebrafish embryo and third to Dr. Lin Shao of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Janelia Farm Research Campus in Ashburn, Virginia. His video entry features a live HeLa (cancer) cell, which shows for the first time the inner details of the mitochondria in a living cell within a 3D image.
April 23 - From Apple and Google squabbling in court to Airbnb’s attempts to circumvent regulations, Breakingviews editors discuss the tech industry’s less than different corporate behavior.
April 23 - An Israeli company has developed a technology that allows wheelchairs and bicycles to travel more comfortably over bumps and down stairs. Softwheel says its 'symmetrical selective in-wheel suspension' system is designed to absorb the impact of obstacles in the road, and could be adapted to suit any vehicle with wheels. Jim Drury reports.
April 23 - European consumers are at their most confident in over six years, and the private sector is making a vigorous comeback. Is the pick-up in growth as solid as hoped - and could a strong euro spoil the mood? Joanna Partridge reports.
April 23 - Ericsson off target as Q1 sales and earnings come in below forecasts. CEO Hans Vestberg tells Reuters that recent contract wins should help the Swedish telco return to form later this year. David Pollard reports.
April 23 - A sharp rise in revenue for commercial jets offset a decline in Boeing's defense business. And a big increase in deliveries lifted profitability. Fred Katayama reports.
April 23 - South Africa's 'Freedom Day' will mark the twentieth anniversary of the end of apartheid. For the first generation to grow up with no segregation, it's reason to celebrate - but also to take stock of a 40% youth unemployment rate, a struggling economy and a government accused of incompetence. Hayley Platt reports.
April 23 - President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dine at Tokyo's 10-seat Sukiyabashi Jiro restaurant where the chef famously discourages chatting during the meal. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
April 23 - The CEO of Ericsson outlines recent contract wins that should boost sales later this year, after missing Q1 forecasts due to weak demand in North America and Japan.
April 23 - Shares in UK-based Associated British Foods bounce, as Primark's bold U.S. expansion plans help to offset a poor performance at its sugar business.
April 23 - With an expansion in both its China production capacity and its product lines, Ford CEO Alan Mulally argues why he sees the American automaker pulling ahead in the world's largest car market.
April 23 - If you are wondering how a slowing China is affecting corporate performance, Thursday will be key, with earnings due from Bank of China, spirit-maker Kweichow Moutai and BYD. Jon Gordon reports.
April 23 - U.S. President Barack Obama heads to Japan kicking off an Asian tour amid simmering tension in the region. Experts say it's time for the U.S. to reaffirm its pivot to Asia. Yonggi Kang reports.
April 23 - A leading indicator measuring activity in China’s vast manufacturing sector registers a weak reading for April, suggesting a slow start to the second quarter for the world’s 2nd largest economy.
April 23 - The world’s largest pork producer scales back its much-trumpeted IPO following a lukewarm response from investors who balked at the valuation of the company, says Breakingviews Peter Thal Larsen.
April 22 - Summary: Market friendly earnings from momentum players like Netflix and Gilead, along with a Facebook upgrade before its results, propel stocks back toward record levels. Conway G. Gittens reports.
April 22 - The future of both television and cloud computing was at stake when the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments from broadcasters and web TV start up Aereo, about payments to transmit content. Bobbi Rebell reports.
April 22 - Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association defends Aereo's business model, but Hogan Lovells' Neal Katyal, broadcaster's advisor, argues Aereo is using a legal loophole to skirt the law.