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Finance & Economics

Intel Wins Court Ruling in Antitrust Case

A special master appointed by a judge ruled that Intel's business practices, including giving OEMs discounts to limit their use of AMD products, did not harm consumers, and in some cases those discounts were passed onto consumers. He denied the...

Cadillac Escalade named as most stolen car in US

The Cadillac Escalade SUV, has been noted by insurance experts in the US as the car most likely to be stolen.

PAKISTAN: Floods send food prices higher

Women outside a store in the town of Mianwali, in the northwestern part of Punjab Province, stand in mud up to their shins - mud left behind by floodwater which has now begun to recede - waiting to buy wheat flour, but are annoyed by the small...

Chinese owners say Volvo will remain Swedish

Chinese car maker Geely Holdings has formally completed the deal to buy Sweden's Volvo Cars.

Housing Recovery? Not Yet

A bunch of other housing indicators have been pointing to a weakening housing market lately, so rise in the Case Shiller index — up 1 percent compared with the previous month, and up 5 percent compared with May of '09 — was a bit of a surprise.

Are Today's Tax Cuts Tomorrow's Tax Increases?

Next up on Washington's list of Economic Things to Fight Over: the Bush tax cuts. The cuts were passed as temporary measures in 2001 and 2003, and they're set to expire at the end of this year. Congress is trying to figure out what to do.

New low recorded for US rates

Average interest rates for 30-year and 15-year mortgages are at record lows in the US.

One in 10 computers vulnerable to cyber attack

A new report says that cyber criminals attack millions of computers every month and infect approximately 10 percent of them.

Unemployment the most pressing challenge says Bernanke

Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has vowed to advance the jobs market if US unemployment worsens.

North Korean bank accounts under scrutiny

The United States government has made plans to freeze bank accounts which it believes are linked to North Korean transactions.