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Magazine articles on conducting business in European countries.
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The Motley Fool
June 10, 2009
Rich Duprey
Time to Say "Ciao!" to Chrysler Just hours after the Supreme Court removed the barricades that a coalition of Indiana pensioners had erected, the Italian auto company Fiat completed the purchase of Chrysler's assets. mark for My Articles 364 similar articles
The Motley Fool
June 10, 2009
Daniel Harrison
Vodafone: Not Sexy, But Safe The British telecom lags its peers, but it's here for the long haul. mark for My Articles 213 similar articles
June 9, 2009
Stuart J. Johnston
EC Queries PC Makers on Bundling Browsers The European Commission has been circulating questionnaires to PC makers that ask two general sets of questions regarding the ongoing anti-trust case against Microsoft. mark for My Articles 300 similar articles
The Motley Fool
June 5, 2009
David Lee Smith
Rio Tinto Spurns Chinalco for BHP After a failed first effort, BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto team up. mark for My Articles 354 similar articles
June 4, 2009
Adam Aston
A U.S./EU Dogfight Over Greener Air Travel American airlines are balking at new EU emission rules, but with British Airways and others on board, they may be fighting a battle they can't win. mark for My Articles 654 similar articles
The Motley Fool
June 4, 2009
Rich Smith
Nokia? So-o-o Uncool! Miserable news for mobile phone mogul Nokia: Kids hate their phones. mark for My Articles 566 similar articles
On Wall Street
June 1, 2009
Yarek Aranowicz
All Disquieting on the Eastern Front The contagion in Central and Eastern Europe has been called the worst economic crisis since the collapse of communism. mark for My Articles 385 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
June 2009
German defense forces look to Rohde & Schwarz for military software-defined radio technology Leaders of the German armed forces needed military software-defined radio technology for future military command and control technology, as well as for interoperable information and military communications networking. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 2, 2009
Nina Notman
UK's first CCS pilot plant switched on The first UK pilot of carbon capture technology on a working coal-fired power plant has started in Scotland. mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 29, 2009
Tim Beyers
Why Nokia Is a Winner Nokia vs. Research In Motion: Scale, a massive R&D machine, and a sustainable dividend capable of bulking up even the skimpiest portfolio -- that's why Nokia is the better stock. mark for My Articles 1068 similar articles
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