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Dewey Jobs Endangered

The turmoil gripping New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf threatens to send hundreds of lawyers into one of the worst job markets for attorneys in decades.  More »

Dewey Jobs Endangered

The turmoil gripping New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf threatens to send hundreds of lawyers into one of the worst job markets for attorneys in decades.  More »

Dewey Jobs Endangered

The turmoil gripping New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf threatens to send hundreds of lawyers into one of the worst job markets for attorneys in decades.  More »

Language Barriers Blamed for Miscues

Nearly half the executives at global companies believe language barriers have spoiled cross-border deals and caused financial losses for companies, a report says.  More »

Language Barriers Blamed for Miscues

Nearly half the executives at global companies believe language barriers have spoiled cross-border deals and caused financial losses for companies, a report says.  More »

Ovechkin Gets Jolt as Gaborik Toils

Things are looking up for the Capitals sniper, even if his ice time is down. But the Rangers scorer appears to be mired in a playoff slump dating back to last season.  More »

Phillips 66 to Double Fuel Exports

Phillips 66, the refining company spun out from ConocoPhillips on Tuesday, plans to double its fuel exports in the next two years as U.S. oil production surges but gasoline demand declines.  More »

ADM Hurt by Ethanol and Oilseed

Archer Daniels Midland reported a 31% drop in earnings amid an ethanol supply glut and weak European oilseed-processing results.  More »

Genworth’s Fraizer Quits as CEO

Genworth Financial said its chief executive, Michael Fraizer, had resigned on Tuesday, bringing an abrupt end to a rocky tenure that began before the insurer’s 2004 spinoff from General Electric.  More »

Envoy: Sudan Is Violating Cease-Fire

South Sudan’s chief negotiator said Sudan was continuing its aggression and preventing a peaceful resolution to the conflict over oil-transit fees and land as Sudan launched fresh attacks on an oil region bordering the two countries.  More »

BP Profit Falls as Output Slips

BP’s first-quarter profit fell as the energy giant’s asset sales after its U.S. oil spill contributed to a drop in production, preventing it from cashing in on bumper crude oil prices to the same extent as some rivals.  More »

BP Profit Falls as Output Slips

BP’s first-quarter profit fell as the energy giant’s asset sales after its U.S. oil spill contributed to a drop in production, preventing it from cashing in on bumper crude oil prices to the same extent as some rivals.  More »

BP Profit Falls as Output Slips

BP’s first-quarter profit fell as the energy giant’s asset sales after its U.S. oil spill contributed to a drop in production, preventing it from cashing in on bumper crude oil prices to the same extent as some rivals.  More »

Argentina Hurts the Peso

Argentina’s move to nationalize its largest oil and gas company is deepening foreign investors’ fears over the country’s economic policies, further undermining its currency.  More »

Argentina Hurts the Peso

Argentina’s move to nationalize its largest oil and gas company is deepening foreign investors’ fears over the country’s economic policies, further undermining its currency.  More »
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