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Russian exposure may not chill Japan stocks for long
(07 March 01:35 pm)
Mar. 7 - Tensions over Ukraine have put investors off some Japanese companies with big business in Russia, but Yonggi Kang explains why the nervousness may not last.
Reuters on the Road: Silicon Valley exports Blue Jeans
(07 March 12:30 pm)
Mar. 7 - US video conferencing provider Blue Jeans is making strides overseas. EMEA VP James Campanini takes Reuters taxi to talk clouds, compatibility and conferencing.
Asia Week Ahead: Central banks prepare to pull policy levers
(07 March 09:42 am)
Mar. 7 - Central banks around the region will meet to decide on interest rates, and consumer inflation data from India may impact upcoming elections. Sareena Dayaram reports.
Breakingviews: Can Japan pension fund bend it like Buffett?
(07 March 09:21 am)
Mar. 7 - The gap between promises to Japan’s future pensioners and actual assets is so wide that the government will need to perform like Warren Buffett to make it up, says Breakingviews\' Peter Thal
Everyday low prices no lure for China’s shoppers
(07 March 07:55 am)
Mar. 7 - As more Chinese consumers shop online and prioritize quality and safety over price, Wal-Mart’s fortunes in China have waned. Jane Lanhee Lee reports on how it\'s is shifting strategies in
Queen: We're a new situation and it will be big
(07 March 03:46 am)
Mar 06 - The veteran rockers team up with Adam Lambert for a summer tour. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Environment and industry "two sides of the same coin": EPA chief
(07 March 03:17 am)
Gina McCarthy is the first head of the Environmental Protection Agency invited to speak at the CERAWeek energy conference in Houston, and she told Reuters correspondent Ernest Scheyder her message is,
Obama says Crimea referendum would violate international law
(06 March 11:57 pm)
Mar. 6 - President Barack Obama said that a proposed referendum in Crimea to join Russia would violate international law and said U.S. sanctions were aimed at punishing Moscow for its intervention in
"They have no mercy": Syrian resident in Hirak
(06 March 11:44 pm)
March 6 - Residents of the southern Syrian town of Hirak say they are being constantly shelled and with little access to food and medicine, they are struggling to survive. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
New startup offers a little peace and quiet in the heart of NYC, for 25 dollars an hour
(06 March 11:30 pm)
Mar. 6 - Dubbed the Zipcar of personal spaces, Breather is offering commercially decorated rooms for rent on an hourly basis via its mobile app. Jeanne Yurman reports.
Christie at CPAC: We need to win elections again
(06 March 11:17 pm)
Mar. 6 - Returning to the stage a year after Conservative Political Action Conference failed to invite him, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie called on fellow Republicans to come out of the annual
Breakingviews: Elon Musk's battery ram
(06 March 11:05 pm)
March 6 - Antony Currie and Robert Cyran explain how the Tesla boss\'s plans to slash car battery costs are also likely to help solar energy and hurt electric utilities.
EPA rules mean no new coal plants: Duke Energy CEO
(06 March 10:53 pm)
Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good tells Reuters correspondent Ernest Scheyder she does not see a new coal plant in the firm\'s future, due to new rules being developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection
Observers cut Crimea visit short, amid security concerns
(06 March 10:46 pm)
March 6 - As Russian troops remain in control of Crimea, a security delegation cuts its trip short, citing safety concerns. Nathan Frandino reports.
Prince Harry launches injured service personnel Games
(06 March 10:46 pm)
Mar. 06 - Britain\'s Prince Harry announces the UK will host the Invictus Games in September, a Paralympic-type sports competition for former servicemen and women inspired by the Warrior Games in the
A rebel display of firepower in Aleppo province
(06 March 10:39 pm)
March 6 - Clashes rage in the town of Khanaser in Syria\'s Aleppo province. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Models cosy up in warm winter coats on Hermes catwalk
(06 March 10:00 pm)
Simple and elegant lines dominate the catwalk at designer Christophe Lemaire\'s Autumn/Winter showcase, as Hermes closes Paris Fashion Week.
Staples to shut stores, Costco disappoints
(06 March 09:25 pm)
March 6 - Deeper discounting than usual bites into Costco\'s profit, while Staples sees discounters like Wal-Mart grab sales away. Fred Katayama reports.
No smoking gun - ECB’s Draghi wrongfoots the markets
(06 March 08:30 pm)
Mar. 6 - The ECB kept interest rates unchanged and failed to deliver an expected boost to liquidity. Mario Draghi gave no hint whatsoever of any easing in the near future, says Rabobank’s Richard
Crimean parliament votes to join Russia
(06 March 07:45 pm)
March 6 - The Crimean parliament votes to join Russia, accelerating a push to bring the region formally under Russia\'s rule. Nathan Frandino reports.
'Eco' coal pellets to help Poland cut emissions
(06 March 06:32 pm)
Mar. 6 - A company in Poland is manufacturing coal-based pellets which it says could significantly reduce carbon emissions from the country\'s power-generating plants. The pellets combine coal with
Geneva Motor Show: Volvo's U.S. headache
(06 March 05:15 pm)
Mar. 6 - Volvo sales are recovering, but falling market share in the U.S. still has analysts worried. We ask CEO Hakan Samuelsson if there\'s growth to be had in 2014.
Sports Spread: Will lightning strike twice for Man City?
(06 March 05:00 pm)
Mar. 6 - FA Cup holders Wigan will be determined to repeat last year\'s shock final win over Manchester City when they meet in this year\'s quarter finals. Plus, Premier and Champions League odds and
Maintain 'overweight' on Indian equities: Edmond De Rothschild Asset Management
(06 March 04:57 pm)
March 6 - David Gaud, senior portfolio manager of Asia ex-Japan equity at Edmond De Rothschild Asset Management, says India is likely to face pressure due to higher crude prices in the long term.
Breakingviews: Italy's Renzi off to a bad start
(06 March 04:30 pm)
Mar. 6 - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi can\'t seek backing for his reform of parliament. It was the first of his great reforms. Breakingviews says his misstep won\'t make others any easier.
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