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MADRID (AP) — Spain paid sharply lower interest rates to raise €4.51 billion ($5.54 billion) in a short-term debt auction Tuesday as speculation grows that the country will agree to take a bailout to help it manage is finances.
After their holidays spent soaking up the August sun, Europe's political leaders are bracing themselves for storm clouds this fall.
LONDON (AP) — The British government's attempts to cut its deficit were thrown off track Tuesday when it revealed it borrowed more money than expected in July due to a fall in money raised from taxes.
NEW YORK (AP) — Billionaire financier George Soros is getting in on the game, taking a minority stake in soccer club Manchester United.
BAGHDAD (AP) — A Canadian oil company says French oil giant Total has bought its minority share in an exploration block in Iraq's northern self-ruled Kurdish region, ignoring Baghdad's objections about direct deals with the Kurds.
Young workers face high unemployment, but a few companies are oases of high job satisfaction (and pay)
LOS ANGELES (AP) — More Americans are making their car payments on time, a trend that has sent the rate of overdue auto loans to the lowest level on records dating back more than a decade.
NEW YORK (AP) — Peter Thiel, one of Facebook's earliest investors and a member of its board, was among the insiders selling stock in the social network after a lockup expired last week.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — One of the worst growing seasons most U.S. farmers can remember is coming to an end with a corn harvest that's at least three weeks early thanks to an unusually warm spring and suffocating summer.
NEW YORK (AP) — Apple is Wall Street's all-time MVP —that's Most Valuable Property.