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Bangalore, Sep 11: India’s biotech major Biocon Friday entered into a strategic tie-up with the US-based Amylin Pharmaceuticals to jointly produce a peptide hybrid molecule for treating diabetes.
The United States has lost its place as the world’s most competitive economy, mainly because of the financial crisis and accumulated fiscal deficits, according to a survey released Tuesday.
US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke arrives for the G20 finance ministers meeting at the Treasury in central London on Saturday.
A customer says he checked “no” when offered ticket insurance online. The insurer says he must have clicked “yes,” because it charged him,.
Toys R Us Inc. on Friday said that its net income more than doubled in its second quarter on improved margins and cost controls.
THE US is seeking tough new global capital rules for banks by the end of 2010 to help prevent another financial crisis.
US & CANADIAN JOBS PREVIEW.
CREDIT Suisse, looking to push further into hedge fund investing, is in talks to acquire a US business with $US11 billion in assets.
Oil prices bobbed above $68 a barrel Thursday in Asia as mixed U.S. crude inventory data shed little light on demand.
The Procter & Gamble Co., the world’s largest advertiser, has signed on to be a major sponsor of the U.S. Olympic Team for the upcoming Winter and Summer Games.
THE US government has hauled in about US$4 billion in profits from large banks that have repaid their obligations from last year’s federal bailout, The New York Times reported on Sunday.
Administrators for the UK arm of Lehman Brothers are set to claim $100bn from its US parent, which has been criticised for hanging the London operations out to dry when the bank collapsed.
“Cash for clunkers” is over, but Toys R Us Inc. is offering parents cash for cribs.
Sales of new homes surged 9.6 percent in July, another sign the housing market is climbing back from the historic bottom it reached early this year.