Apple delays larger iPad production till September: reports

Apple Inc (AAPL.O) will delay the start of production on a larger, 12.9-inch iPad until around September because of delays involving the supply of display panels, according to two media reports.

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Deutsche Bank says no major changes needed to universal model

Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) does not need to change its universal banking model dramatically, but faces pressure to cut costs like the rest of the banking sector, Co-CEO Juergen Fitschen said on Thursday.

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Citigroup sells stake in Turkey's Akbank for $1.2 billion

Citigroup (C.N) has sold its nearly 10 percent stake in Turkey's Akbank (AKBNK.IS) for $1.2 billion, the U.S. lender said on Thursday, its latest disposal of overseas assets to cut costs and boost profits.

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Saudi king keeps close hand on oil in remodelling strategic team

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Travels To Middle East

Saudi Arabia's subtle change of energy policymaker line-up since the accession of new King Salman in late January appears to give the monarch's inner circle a firmer hand on the kingdom's oil strategy than previous rulers have enjoyed.

Volkswagen on track with efficiency program: CEO

60th Anniversary Of The Volkswagen Transporter In The UK

Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) is optimistic it will reach its cost saving targets, which should help the company to narrow the profit gap with international rivals.

China February HSBC PMI at seven-month high

Beijing 2008 Olympic Mascots Made

Activity in China's factory sector edged up to a seven-month high in February but export orders shrank and deflationary pressures persisted, a private business survey showed, adding to the view that yet more interest rate cuts will be needed.

Euro zone prices fall by less than expected in February

New Greek Anti-Austerity Government Seeks Renegotiation of 240 Billion Euro Bailout

Euro zone consumer prices fell by less than expected in February and core inflation held steady and unemployment eased in January for the third month in a row, data from the European statistics office showed on Monday.

Oil falls more than 1 percent on dollar, supply concerns

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Oil dropped more than 1 percent on Monday, with Brent slipping to around $62 a barrel, depressed by a stronger dollar and a rise in Libyan crude output.

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Huawei, Intel expand tie-up amid China's rising scrutiny of U.S. tech firms

China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL] and Intel Corp are expanding an existing alliance to provide cloud computing to global telecoms carriers, as U.S. tech firms vie for Chinese tie-ups to retain access to a tough mainland market.

London's Cable Car Opens To The Public

Emirates Airline president plans talks in Washington over subsidy row

Emirates Airline [EMIRA.UL] President Tim Clark plans talks with officials in Washington in two weeks' time to help formulate its response to allegations by U.S. airlines of unfair subsidies awarded to Gulf airlines, he said on Thursday.

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Global stocks pull back further from record highs

Global equities pulled back from recent record highs on Wednesday, with investors turning cautious after underwhelming euro zone PMI data and ahead of central bank meetings.

Westfield Shopping Centre Opens Its Doors

M&S breaks with tradition to get more agile on style

Shoppers usually blame dowdy clothes and tired stores for the painful decline of Britain's former retail powerhouse Marks & Spencer (MKS.L). But the parts of the business that customers never see could hold the key to its revival.

High Oil Prices Continue To Drive Gas Prices Steadily Upwards

Brent dips, holds above $60 after Saudi price increases

Brent dipped on Wednesday but held above $60 a barrel, supported by a rise in Saudi crude prices and air strikes and militant raids on oil facilities in Libya.

Targets Profits Rise 12 Percent In First Quarter

Target to cut thousands of jobs as seeks to cut costs by $2 billion

U.S. retailer Target Corp (TGT.N), which has been battling back after a massive data breach and sluggish performance, on Tuesday said it will eliminate several thousand jobs, mainly from headquarters locations in the United States andIndia, as it aims to cut $2 billion in costs over two years.

Toyota To Stop Production At GM Joint Venture Plant In California

Toyota diversifies top executive ranks

Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) on Wednesday promoted more foreigners to senior posts, including the first woman and first African-American to hold executive titles, diversifying a management team long dominated by Japanese men.

Kuwait Promises To Increase Oil Production In Case Of War

Oil rebounds above $60 as rival Libyan force bombs ports

Oil rebounded by more than $1 to above $60 a barrel on Tuesday as fighting in Libya, stronger equity markets and firm demand helped Brent futures recover from the biggest one-day loss in a month.

Eager Retailers Greet Crowds Of Shoppers On 'Black Friday'

Weak U.S. consumer spending points to slower first-quarter growth

U.S. consumer spending fell for a second straight month in January as households continued to cut back on purchases, opting to save much of the massive windfall from cheaper gasoline.

Barclays Bank Fined Over Libor Investigations

Barclays takes $1.2 billion charge as FX settlement looms

Barclays (BARC.L) took a 750 million pound ($1.2 billion) charge in the fourth quarter as it prepares to settle allegations its traders manipulated foreign exchange markets, overshadowing the bank's efforts to slash costs and boost profits.

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