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Home prices up, again, but with a catch  (24 October 12:46 am) 
U.S. home prices rose half a percent in August. But number three U.S. homebuilder Pulte says its average selling price rose only 8 percent last quarter- its slowest growth in home prices in 2 years.
REUTERS - Apple Inc said on Thursday it is studying options for sapphire supply and might work again with GT Advanced Technologies Inc if the distressed supplier can reduce production costs for the
After new data showed home prices continue to rise, and mortgage rates fall, housing will be a key focus at the Fed\'s next meeting next week says Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi\'s Chris Rupkey.
Giant rubber duck on show in Shanghai  (24 October 12:47 am) 
More than a thousand people flock to see a giant yellow duck, created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman in Shanghai. Roselle Chen reports.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc is expanding its artificial intelligence initiative, hiring more than half a dozen leading academics and experts in the field and announcing a partnership with
REUTERS - GT Advanced Technologies Inc said it reached an agreement with Apple Inc under which it will stop making sapphire materials and focus on supplying equipment to make sapphire crystals.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledges to bolster laws and police powers in the wake of yesterday\'s fatal shooting in Ottawa. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Markets brace for bank stress tests  (24 October 12:46 am) 
The ECB moves to cool speculation that at least 11 banks may fail its stress tests when results are published on Sunday, October 26. As Sara Hemrajani reports, 130 banks are under the microscope - and
Breakingviews: Lazard shoots on target  (23 October 10:47 pm) 
Rob Cox and Antony Currie discuss how the booming M&A market is helping the Wall Street firm hit CEO Ken Jacobs\' earnings goal – and how both shareholders and bankers should benefit.
Black bear cub goes Sunday shopping  (23 October 11:48 pm) 
Price check on honey? Bear cub startles Oregon drugstore shoppers. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Recalls don't slow GM sales  (23 October 09:46 pm) 
General Motor\'s strong performance in North America and China offset losses in Europe and South America. Fred Katayama reports.
As Canadian parliament resumes, Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers receives a standing ovation for reportedly shooting a gunman who opened fire in Ottawa\'s main parliament building. Rough Cut (no reporter
Rock band Kasabian win two awards, while Wilko Johnson announces he has got over what he thought was terminal cancer to pick up the Q Icon award. Helena Williams reports.
Tesco's stares into black hole  (23 October 08:24 pm) 
Tesco loses even more of its market value as it reveals a bigger black hole in its books than expected and scraps its outlook. What next for the ailing supermarket giant? Hayley Platt reports.
May 7 - unlucky for some?  (23 October 08:24 pm) 
There are still seven months to go before the UK\'s general election, but already the political scene is boiling over with febrile conjecture about the possible winners and losers. And investors are
Unilever disappoints on weakening sales  (23 October 07:46 pm) 
Unilever posts its weakest quarterly sales growth in nearly five years, as Europe\'s woes and a slowdown in emerging markets including China crimp its performance. Axel Threlfall reports.
Students from Lund University\'s Malmo Academy of Music are believed to be the world\'s first band to all use 3D printed instruments. The guitar, bass guitar, keyboard and drums were built by Olaf
Our attention is firmly on the Premier League for this week’s Sports Spread, especially the battle between Manchester United and Chelsea.Plus there’s Saturday’s small matter of ‘el clasico’
Breakingviews: Tesco - answers please  (23 October 06:46 pm) 
Tesco\'s new CEO misses a big chance to articulate a turnaround plan – despite some obvious remedies.
French police at the port city of Calais struggle to stop illegal migrants from going to Britain, who sneak into trucks bound for the ferries. Yiming Woo reports.
Soccer fans clash with Indonesian police  (23 October 02:49 pm) 
Soccer fans from opposing teams, unhappy after a match ended in a draw, clash with Indonesia\'s riot police. Yiming Woo reports.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook said the company is planning to open 25 retail stores in China within the next two years, according to a Chinese transcript of an interview
Protesters set fire to Iguala\'s town hall, after Mexican investigators name the mayor and his wife as suspects in the disappearance of 43 students. Yiming Woo reports.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Fast-growing Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc said on Thursday it is migrating some data on non-Chinese customers away from its servers in Beijing due to performance and privacy
Hundreds attend the funeral of a baby killed after a Palestinian man slams his car into pedestrians in Jerusalem. Yiming Woo reports.