NYT: Afternoon Business News: A Test to Solar Energy Projects, on Environmental Grounds



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A Test to Solar Energy Projects, on Environmental Grounds

  By TODD WOODY
Five solar thermal projects in California are being challenged in court by labor, environmental and American Indian groups.

Oil Prices Rise on Reports of Disruptions in Libya

By CHRISTINE HAUSER
Oil prices in New York briefly touched $100 a barrel as investors worried about how the Libyan crisis would end and what the impact on oil production would be.

4 Bankers Accused of Helping Americans Evade Taxes

By LYNNLEY BROWNING and JULIA WERDIGIER
The latest charges signal that the authorities are rapidly broadening their investigation of offshore banks selling services that allow people to evade taxes.

Supreme Court Allows Suit Over Rear Seat Belts

By ADAM LIPTAK
Although federal regulations did not require lap-and-shoulder seat belts in the rear seats, a suit over the issue can now proceed.
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Signs of a 'Turnaround' for the Banking Industry

By ERIC DASH
But the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation says that its list of "problem banks" has grown to 884, or just over one in nine lenders.

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