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NEW YORK: Stocks jumped Friday after the government's employment report showed fewer jobs were cut in February than expected.
SEOUL: Sales of condoms jumped five-fold in South Korea as fans celebrated after the nation's football players rose to the occasion in their opening World Cup game against Greece.
SAN FRANCISCO: Google Inc. plans to buy travel technology company ITA Software Inc. in a US$700 million deal that would enable the Internet search leader to steer more of the airline reservations booked on the Web.
SAN FRANCISCO: The world's two biggest personal computer makers are locked in a pricey struggle over which can move away from the PC business the fastest.
WITH the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) gaining traction, economists are seeing some spillover effects in the country's real private investments.
JAKARTA: Indonesia, the world's top palm oil producer, has kept its export tax for crude palm oil at 15 percent for January, unchanged from the previous month, an industry ministry official said on Thursday. Top vegetable oil buyer India and refiners in the world's number two producer, Malaysia, have both asked for Indonesia to review its new tax policy.
THE second-quarter results have just come to a close, and word on the street is that the results just werent up to the mark. This was especially seen in the mid cap stocks. While some government-linked companies also disappointed, the shortfalls werent significant.
RIO DE JANEIRO: For the first time in nearly five years, Brazil's flagging oil industry has received serious interest from private investors.