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IBM to shift $4 bln in spending to its cloud, analytics, mobile, social and security businesses in 2015.
Less than half of Ghana's installed capacity has been available, causing chronic power outages.
Expanding exports to the E.U., new markets in Asia, and potentially a larger presence elsewhere in Africa.
Malawi's agricultural sector has been devastated, and a long-term crisis looms.
Islanders relieved as controversial oil exploration ends following economically unviable results.
The decision comes amid escalating security threats from the protest movement in Guerrero.
Criminal groups take over local mines, causing rural inhabitants to flee violence and environmental damage.
Members' protectionism and expanded ties with China undercuts Mercosur's trade goals.
As Ecuador's protectionist measures come under fire, it considers leaving the Community of Andean Nations.
Fall in profits prompts smartphone maker to freeze wages for the first time in six years.
Indonesia is reconsidering a pending deal to buy fighter jets and missiles from Brazil.
Hitachi's $2.2 billion expansion abroad will cut Finmeccanica's debt by 600 million euros.
Sony will refocus on its profitable industries: camera sensors, videogames, and entertainment.
Sam Walsh says it would have no value for shareholders and regulators would never allow it.
Trade unions say McDonald's avoided $1.1 billion in taxes by routing revenues through Luxembourg.
Athens waters down election promises and will broaden reforms based on "the current arrangement."
Germany said that Greece's proposal fell short of the conditions expected by the rest of the Eurozone.
The Sarir field, which pumps about two-thirds of the country's remaining output, had a power failure.
Italian companies operating in Libya like Eni could face an immediate aggregate loss of 1 billion euros.
With free trade, nuclear power, and industrial zone deals, Russia draws Egypt away from U.S. dependency.
Erdogan's govermment sides with employers, invoking national security to delay a strike 60 days.
The Fed's chief said that while the U.S. economy was improving, the employment situation was still fragile.
The CEO of the Port of Long Beach calls it a congestion problem of "epic proportions."
The deal will take Valeant into a growing, $5 billion annual market for drugs treating stomach disorders.
The Japanese airbag maker will be fined $14,000 per day while it does not comply with U.S. requests.