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Japan carrier NTT DoCoMo says probing reported SIM hack

Cook says Apple Watch will replace car keys - Telegraph

Cook says Apple Watch will replace car keys: Telegraph

ASML says computer systems briefly compromised, no key data accessed

Below the radar, growth in Europe starts swelling company profits

Lowe's offers to buy Orchard Supply for $205M

Falling yen to make Japan's goods more affordable

China's top butcher tries to sell US on takeover

Mexico hopes Xi's trip sparks visits by Chinese

A look back at some major CEO flameouts

Ford expects some Europe market recovery in 2013

BlueScope begins $1.31b Nippon JV

Key dates in the history of Toyota Motor Corp.

Yum's China sales drop less than expected in 1Q

Low prices spoil perfect season for Australian farmers

Syria army retakes northern town of Raqa

Share market gains 0.3 per cent despite weak lead from Wall Street

Flurry of Chinese plans to build aviation hubs raises concern

Nigeria's stolen oil is sold and laundered abroad: report

Wal-Mart pushes 'made in America' at summit

Detroit businesses fret over city's unpaid bills

Analysis: China has much at risk but no reach in Middle East

Analysis - GM may develop future Opel vehicles on its own in Europe

Toyota says H1 net profit surges 82.5%, boosts outlook

Around world, threat of US default induces shrugs

UN pulling staff from Syria, violence near capital

Greece to announce bond buyback results Wednesday

Russia, India sign weapons deals worth billions

RV industry's recovery gains speed in 2012

112 killed in fire at Bangladesh garment factory

Fire kills 112 workers at Bangladesh garment-maker

Refinery blast kills 39 in Venezuela, dozens hurt

No surprises at Angola's 2nd election in 20 years

Refinery blast kills 26 in Venezuela, dozens hurt

Holden pullout puts pressure on Toyota

Syria regime closes in on strategic rebel-held town

Suicide bombers hit Syria troops near Lebanon

Spain auto industry to drive growth

Canadian foreign minister demands Keystone decision

Opinion: Australia open for overseas business, but voters hold the keys