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15:12 Nokia Improves Profitability, Remains Solid Cash Position
Nokia's both net sales and operating profit improved significantly in the third quarter of this year, the Finnish mobile technology company announced Thursday. According to an interim report released by Nokia, in the third quarter, its net sales grew to 3.32 billion euros (4.18 billion U.S. dollars...
23.10.2014
15:11 Nikkei Loses 0.37 Pct On Falling U.S. Stocks
The Nikkei stock index closed negative, losing 0.37 percent Thursday, following a roller coaster series of runs recently, with the market being dragged down eventually today by falling U.S. shares overnight. The Nikkei 225 index lost 56.81 points to finish at 15,138.96, while the broader Topix inde...
23.10.2014
14:21 Canada Produces First Party Of Experimental Candidate Vaccine Against Ebola
The World Health Organization (WHO) welcomed the donation by the government of Canada of 800 vials of an experimental candidate vaccine, rVSV-ZEBOV, against Ebola virus disease. The first shipment of 250 vaccines arrived last night in Geneva and were stored at the Geneva University hospital today. T...
23.10.2014
13:55
CE Secretary General Welcomes Working Group On Human Rights Resumption In Azerbaijan CE Secretary General Welcomes Working Group On Human Rights Resumption In Azerbaijan
CE Secretary-General Thorbjorn Jagland described the first meeting of the Working Group on Human Rights as an important action to improve the human rights situation, the CE website reported Oct. 23.
23.10.2014
13:48 China And Iran Eager To Improve Naval Cooperation
In open sign of Chinese and Iranian military cooperation, Chinese defense minister meets Iranian naval head.
23.10.2014
13:07
Bakcell Demonstrates Successful Testing Results Bakcell Demonstrates Successful Testing Results
Bakcell, being the First Mobile Operator and Leading Mobile Internet Provider in Azerbaijan, is pleased to share the results of monitoring, held by request of the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies, with the aim of checking the quality of services, provided by the country’s mobile comm...
23.10.2014
13:06
Boeing Books First Sales To Iran Since 1979 Boeing Books First Sales To Iran Since 1979
Boeing said on Wednesday it had sold aircraft-related goods to Iran Air in the third quarter, marking the first acknowledged dealings between U.S. aerospace companies and Iran since the 1979 U.S. hostage crisis, Reuters reported.
23.10.2014
13:03 Borsa Istanbul Up At Close Of First Session
BIST 100 index is up at close of first session on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014.
23.10.2014
13:03 Finnish Companies Look Forward To Turkish Energy Market
By Murat Temizer.
23.10.2014
12:39
Turkey Takes First Step To Offer Work Permit To Syrians Turkey Takes First Step To Offer Work Permit To Syrians
Turkey takes first step to offer work permit to Syrians.
23.10.2014
12:33 Boeing Sells First Plane Parts To Iran After 35 Years
U.S. aerospace giant Boeing has sold airplane parts to Iran Air for the first time since the 1979 hostage crisis between Iran and the US.
23.10.2014
12:03 Update - Hong Kong Protesters Say May Not Join Further Talks
Student leader says can’t see any ‘practical need’ for second round of talks on political reform after first meeting Tuesday.
23.10.2014
11:21 Roundup: S.Korean Shares Fall On Earnings Concern
South Korean shares ended in negative territory Thursday as Hyundai Motor's earnings announcement boosted concerns over the third-quarter earnings season. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) fell 5. 32 points, or 0.27 percent, to close at 1,931.65. Trading volume stood at 365.65...
23.10.2014
11:21 Tokyo Shares End Lower On Falls In U.S. Market
Tokyo shares end slightly lower Thursday following a drop in the overnight U.S. stocks market. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average lost 56.81 points, or 0.37 percent, from Wednesday at 15,138.96. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange was down 4.07 points, o...
23.10.2014
11:17
Daimler Profits Soar On Record Sales Daimler Profits Soar On Record Sales
German automaker Daimler's net earnings have risen by nearly half, lifted by a record number of vehicles sold and gains from divestments. Daimler said Thursday its net profits were up 49 percent in the third quarter as revenues rose 10 percent and the company raked in $1 billion by selling its stake...
23.10.2014
10:16
Tesco Drops Profit Outlook On Accounting Gaffe Tesco Drops Profit Outlook On Accounting Gaffe
Britain's largest grocer, Tesco, has slashed its full-year profit outlook in the wake of an investigation into erroneous accounting practices that has weighed on company shares. Tesco, the embattled UK supermarket chain, scrapped its entire full-year profit outlook Thursday after posting an even lar...
23.10.2014
10:04
Kazakh Parliament Ratifies Treaty On Good-Neighborliness, Alliance With Russia Kazakh Parliament Ratifies Treaty On Good-Neighborliness, Alliance With Russia
Kazakh Senate (Parliament’s Upper Chamber) passed the law on ratification of the Agreement with Russia "On good-neighborliness and alliance in the twenty-first century" on Oct. 23.
23.10.2014
09:51 Boeing Sells First Airplane Parts To Iran Since Diplomatic Crisis In 1979
Boeing has delivered airplane parts to the Iranian Air Force for the first time since diplomatic relations between Iran and the US were cut in 1979, France24 reports."During the third quarter of 2014, we sold aircraft manuals, drawings, and navigation charts and data to Iran Air," Boeing’s quarterly...
23.10.2014
09:46
The Decline Of The Department Store The Decline Of The Department Store
Long the crown jewel of retail in Germany and elsewhere, department stores have been losing market share for decades. On Thursday, ailing chain Karstadt is expected to present its long awaited restructuring program. Once a symbol for Germany's prosperous middle-class consumers, the Karstadt departme...
23.10.2014
09:33
U.S. Slams 'Terrorist' Attack In Jerusalem U.S. Slams 'Terrorist' Attack In Jerusalem
The United States on Wednesday condemned what it called a "terrorist" attack by a Palestinian who rammed his car into pedestrians in Jerusalem, killing a baby.
23.10.2014

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