|Tokyo Stocks Up Moderately, Dollar Higher
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Tokyo stocks rose moderately Tuesday morning, taking a cue from a rally on Wall Street that saw tech-stocks hit a two-year high. The dollar was higher against the yen.
Westfield to Sell WTC Shopping Mall Stake
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Westfield America Trust said Tuesday it has agreed to sell its interest in the World Trade Center shopping mall, destroyed by the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for $140 million.
Tokyo stocks up, dollar up against yen
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Tokyo stocks rose moderately Tuesday morning, taking a cue from an overnight rally on Wall Street that saw tech-stocks hit a two-year high. The U.S. dollar was higher against the Japanese yen.
Wall St. Stocks Soar to 18-Month Highs
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Investors sent stocks surging Monday, propelling the Dow Jones industrials up more than 115 points and into the shadow of 10,000 after a pair of reports showed better-than-expected growth in the nation's manufacturing sector and construction spending.
2nd Disney Exec, Eisner Critic, Quits
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Stanley Gold, a key ally of former Walt Disney Co. vice chairman Roy E. Disney, resigned from the media conglomerate's board Monday, becoming the second vocal opponent of chairman and chief executive Michael Eisner to quit the board in two days.
Condit Falls Victim to Business He Built
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Phil Condit, an engineering whiz who spent much of his 38-year career at Boeing Co. trying to build better airplanes, won plaudits as CEO for diversifying the company well beyond commercial jets.
Google stops accepting ads from unlicensed pharmacies
1 hour, 29 minutes ago
Online search engine Google Inc. has stopped accepting advertisements from unlicensed pharmacies, joining other popular Web sites that have bowed to pressure to curb the illegal distribution of prescription drugs.
Two Samsung Execs Indicted in S. Korea
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Two executives at Samsung were indicted Monday on misappropriations charges, while prosecutors investigated deals the country's largest conglomerate allegedly used to ensure the transfer of wealth and corporate control from father to son.