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Court OKs AIG's $450 million workers comp settlement

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge has approved American International Group Inc's AIG.N$450 million settlement with rival insurers to end litigation accusing AIG of underreporting premiums on workers' compensation policies.

IMF OKs 3.9 billion euro tranche for Ireland

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday approved a 3.9 billion euro ($5 billion) disbursement to Ireland under the country's IMF-EU rescue loan agreed in December last year to address the country's financial crisis.

U.S. Ok's therapy using human cord blood cells

REUTERS - U.S. drug regulators have for the first time approved a therapy that uses cells of human blood from the placenta and the umbilical cord to treat people with blood-forming disorders or cancer.

U.S. Ok's therapy using human cord blood cells

REUTERS - U.S. drug regulators have for the first time approved a therapy that uses cells of human blood from the placenta and the umbilical cord to treat people with blood-forming disorders or cancer.

US says UN OKs deal to release US$1.5bil Libyan funds

UNITED NATIONS: The U.S. and South Africa reached a deal Thursday that will release US$1.5 billion in frozen Libyan assets in American banks which the U.S. is earmarking for the cash-strapped rebels fighting to oust Moammar Gadhafi

Japan OKs $25 bn for quake relief, PM Kan meets 1st target

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's parliament approved on Monday a 2 trillion yen ($25 billion) extra budget for disaster relief after the March earthquake, paving the way for bigger reconstruction spending likely to involve new borrowing and tax hikes.

French court OKs ex-president Chirac's graft trial

PARIS (Reuters) - France's top court ruled on Friday that a trial of former president Jacques Chirac for the misuse of public funds must go ahead, rejecting an earlier move to drop the case.

French court OKs ex-president Chirac's graft trial

PARIS (Reuters) - France's top court ruled on Friday that a trial of former president Jacques Chirac for the misuse of public funds must go ahead, rejecting an earlier move to drop the case.

Judge OKs Borders closings, gift card programme

NEW YORK (AP) - A judge on Thursday approved Borders Group Inc.'s plan to close 200 stores as part of its attempt to attempt to fix its business in bankruptcy protection.

U.S. OKs Hologic 3-D breast scan, radiation unclear

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. health officials have approved Hologic Inc's three-dimensional (3-D) mammogram system in hopes that it may help doctors better screen and diagnose breast cancer, even though women may be exposed to more radiation.