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News Corp., Exxon, Vitro, Lehman, Deutsche Bank in Court News
Russia has issued an international arrest warrant for Borodin on suspicion of abusing his authority in connection with a 12.8 billion-ruble corporate loan granted in 2009. He denies any wrongdoing. Bank of Moscow has conducted an investigation to
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:20A

News Corp., Exxon, Vitro, Lehman, Deutsche Bank in Court News
Russia has issued an international arrest warrant for Borodin on suspicion of abusing his authority in connection with a 12.8 billion-ruble corporate loan granted in 2009. He denies any wrongdoing. Bank of Moscow has conducted an investigation to
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:20A

News Corp., Exxon, Vitro, Lehman, Deutsche Bank in Court News
Russia has issued an international arrest warrant for Borodin on suspicion of abusing his authority in connection with a 12.8 billion-ruble corporate loan granted in 2009. He denies any wrongdoing. Bank of Moscow has conducted an investigation to
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:20A

Grassley-SEC, EU Bank Scrutiny, Aquino, German Steel Probe: Compliance
“As long as aversion to risk taking is causing financial congestion, growth (like traffic) will remain sluggish,” Haldane said in a research paper released yesterday by the central bank in London. “Macro-prudential policy may have a role to play in
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:20A

Law firm strikes out in McCourt flap
way yesterday for former Fan Pier parking lot king Frank McCourt to sue the local law firm he's accused of botching paperwork that gave his estranged wife an opening to claim half ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers in their bitter divorce battle.
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:20A

Law firm strikes out in McCourt flap
way yesterday for former Fan Pier parking lot king Frank McCourt to sue the local law firm he's accused of botching paperwork that gave his estranged wife an opening to claim half ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers in their bitter divorce battle.
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:20A

His fast fortnight begins today as Anna gets Ramlila Maidan
be prosecuted under law. The clauses of the undertaking include: no damage to public property; gathering will not exceed the limit of the ground; the crowd will not spill over to the nearby roads; the protesters will cooperate with traffic police.
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:20A

Cyclists, drivers are wheeling and dealing
Meanwhile, under a biking safety push this summer, police who spotted cyclists committing traffic nos-nos during specific enforcement periods have issued 100 warnings and handed out 200 free bicycle helmets. One city councilor said he sees no problem
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:20A

Calvary Baptist emerges from bankruptcy
By Jan Skutch “The plan is confirmed,” US Bankruptcy Judge John S. Dalis ruled following a hearing in Savannah. Approval of the plan allows the church to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in what its lawyer, attorney C. James McCallar Jr.,
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:19A

Clear sky, mist
The additional penalties that took effect in February 2009 get harsher at 0.10 percent and again at 0.16 percent. But any stiffer penalties first require a conviction. Prosecutors will tell you that the state's DUI laws need to be tougher and close
Updated: 08/19/2011 12:19A

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