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If there is one thing a person may learn from life, it is that it is left to divine intervention or chance. This is so because almost always, plans that are made do not usually happen as planned.
WHILE France and Germany attempt to iron out their differences over the mode of bank recapitalisation, the rest of the world watches in trepidation as the crisis in Europe threatens banks' stability.
WASHINGTON: Clean. Cook. Chill. Separate. That's the message of a new U.S. government campaign to raise awareness of safe food handling in the wake of a European E. coli outbreak that has killed almost 50 people.
NEW YORK: A California researcher engaged in insider trading by delivering tomorrow's news today to hedge fund contacts, a prosecutor told a jury during opening statements at the first trial to result from the government's probe of those who peddle inside information as if it were legitimate research.
The executive vice-president and chief technology offi cer of Symantec Corp shoulders the challenging responsibilities of guiding investments in advanced research and development.
PONCE, Puerto Rico: Emilio Navarro swivels his hips several times, then bends down to touch his toes. Not bad for someone who's 104 years old. He doesn't need a cane to get about and is known to go out dancing now and then. He doesn't use glasses, either.