Apr 17, 2010
Air Travel Chaos Deepens Into Weekend
By ALAN COWELL, LIZ ROBBINS and NICOLA CLARK
Some airports that had reopened Friday closed again on Saturday as an ash cloud continued to affect Europe.
Europe’s Cloud of Ash Casts Pall Over World of Music
By DANIEL J. WAKIN
Performances must be adjusted as artists’ travel plans are disrupted from Europe’s volcanic ash problem.
Chinese Premier Visits Tibetan Quake Survivors
By ANDREW JACOBS
The death toll exceeded 1,100 as the country’s Han leadership made a prominent display of concern for one of China’s most troubled ethnic minorities, Tibetans.
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STOCKS AND BONDS
Wall Street’s Win Streak Ends at 6
By JAVIER C. HERNANDEZ
Shares on Wall Street fell sharply after Google’s profit failed to impress traders and after the government accused Goldman Sachs of defrauding investors.
Web Coupons Know a Lot About You, and They Tell
By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
Printed or sent to cellphones, the coupons look standard, but they can contain a startling amount of data.
Bank of America, With Merrill’s Help, Returns to Profit
By ANDREW MARTIN
The bank, which is often considered an economic bellwether, said its net credit losses dropped 5 percent in the first quarter.
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