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China delays cyber security rules for banks

PayPal to pay $7.7 million in US Treasury sanctions case

U.S. targets overseas cyber attackers with new sanctions programme

Uber files complaints against German and Spanish bans

U.S. targets overseas cyber attackers with new sanctions program

Cyprus draws Norway parallel after latest gas quest failure

Schlumberger pleads guilty to violating U.S. sanctions on Iran, Sudan

US stock indexes extend slide in midday trading

US treasury secretary presses Beijing on technology curbs

Paris court delays decision on Uber's unlicensed taxi service

Wall Street sees lower stock market gains due to rate worries

Berkshire Hathaway Automotive looks to expand in U.S.: chairman

American Apparel under scrutiny by U.S. regulator for possible violations

Microsoft wants US suppliers to give employees paid time off

U.S. investor lawsuit over Harbinger's LightSquared is dismissed

U.S. corporations accuse Indiana and Arkansas of curbing gay rights

Obama signs order creating new cyber sanctions program

US biotech stocks may fall further as short interest rises

Bull trots on: Stocks grind higher for 9th straight quarter

Bull runs along: Stocks end 1Q up for 9th straight quarter

U.S. jury says Motorola infringed one Intellectual Ventures patent

U.S. FTC says regrets release of documents on Google probe

Employer incentives for U.S. worker wellness programs set record

Shell will resume drilling off Alaska coast - U.S. Arctic envoy

Indian companies scramble to find women directors

China's Huawei Technologies 2014 profit grows 33 percent

HP and Autonomy co-founder Lynch sue each other in London

Wells Fargo to cut 1,000 jobs, shut Milwaukee home-lending office

Zynga must face U.S. lawsuit alleging fraud tied to IPO

Fed's Fischer: Nonbank financial sector less vulnerable than before crisis

Fiat Chrysler U.S. auto sales in March meet expectations

China to delay bank tech restrictions, U.S. Treasury official says

Falling corn prices stalk Monsanto, sending 2Q profits lower

Accenture raises revenue growth forecast for second time

Barrick Chairman Thornton gets nearly $13 million in 2014 compensation

U.S. House committee advances 'threat-sharing' cybersecurity bill

J&ampJ, Glaxo settle U.S. lawsuit over allergy ads

Sprint settles U.S. class-action lawsuit for $131 million

US Steel to idle part of Minntac 680 layoffs expected

Ally Financial lease deal keeps headquarters in Detroit

Etsy expects IPO to raise as much as $267 million

U.S. stocks sell off, dollar slips on growth worries

U.S. questions China at WTO on banking technology restrictions

US university, foundation invested in frozen Chinese stocks

Sears to set up REIT to raise $2.5 billion from shareholders

Analysis - As 3G digests Kraft deal, rivals will focus on organic firms

As 3G digests Kraft deal, rivals will focus on organic firms

Ford CEO Fields received $18.6 million in 2014 compensation

Former American Apparel CEO Charney seeking $40 million in damages

Prudential's departing CEO Thiam earned $17.5 million in 2014

Prudential's departing CEO Thiam earned 11.8 million pounds in 2014

UAW union head says no to new level of low wages for workers

Yahoo, Microsoft extend search partnership talks for 30 days

Stocks close with slight gains, but still end the week lower

Wall Street earnings estimates may not foretell currency impact

Teva to buy U.S. drug developer Auspex Pharma for $3.5 billion