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What's hurting Apple? Obama, iPhone 5

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Autumn is traditionally the time of year when people start snapping up Apple products. It's also when investors, in anticipation of another blockbuster holiday season from the company, do the same wit

Gaddafi may leave power vacuum

Feb. 27: Col. Muammar al-Gaddafi sounded a resonant warning, exhorting his dwindling supporters tow-ard civil war. “At the appropriate time, we will open the arms depots so all Libyans and tribes will

Young Hathaway, Franco fail to create magic on show

Feb. 28: It was an Oscar night tricked out as a meeting of Old Hollywood and New, a melding of old-school network tradition and Internet age connectivity. Inevitably, with a movie like The Social Net

Gaddafi grip weakens as forces take on protesters

Feb. 22: Libya appeared to slip further from the grip of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi on Tuesday, as Opposition forces in eastern Libya moved to consolidate control of the region, arming themselves with we

Iran warships to transit Suez Canal: Israel

Feb. 15: Israel warned on Wednesday that two Iranian warships were poised to pass through the Suez Canal en route to Syria, something it called a provocation that had not happened in years.

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Google’s philanthropy skids

Jan. 30: Just before Google first sold its shares to the public in 2004, Mr Larry Page, one of its founders, excited the nonprofit world with a bold commitment to philanthropy.

He vowed to dedicate

Profit booms, jobs stagnate

Jan. 9: To gaze upon the world of American corporations is to see a sunny place of terrific profits and princely bonuses. American businesses reported that third-quarter profits in 2010 rose at an ann

Gov killing deepens divide in Pakistan

Jan. 6: The emotional funeral of the assassinated governor of Punjab and the cheering of his killer in court on Wednesday highli-ghted the intensifying struggle between secular and religious forces in

Iran snubs US, invites other nations for N-tour

Jan. 4: Iran has invited Russia, China and several European Union members to visit its nuclear facilities in January, but pointedly snubbed the United States, European diplomats said on Monday.


Goldman values FB at $50b

Jan. 4: Facebook, the popular social networking site, has raised $500 million from Goldman Sachs and a Russian investor in a deal that values the company at $50 billion, according to people involved i

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.