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NYT Afternoon Business News: Activision Stems Warcraft Bleeding, Eyes Holiday

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Latest  Business News Activision Stems Warcraft Bleeding, Eyes Holiday News Summary: News Corp 3Q Earnings Top Forecasts Inflation-Wary Bank of England to Halt Money-Printing Press BUSINESS In Spain, a Debt Crisis Rooted in Corporate Borrowing By LANDON THOMAS Jr.   The debt load of Grupo A.C.S., a giant construction company based in Spain, reflects the country's fraught financial struggle. Europe May Need More Power to Deal With Bank Crisis By STEPHEN CASTLE    After failed efforts to restore confidence in their sickly banks, European governments face growing pressure to give officials more powers to shore up shaky lenders. DealBook Third Point Calls for Interim C.E.O. at Yahoo By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED    Yahoo's latest efforts to contain t

NYT Afternoon Business News: Tesco to Unveil Plans to Revive UK Business

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BUSINESS   Latest Business News Tesco to Unveil Plans to Revive UK Business Summary Box: CSX Railroad Raises 1Q Profit Amazon Acquires Rights to James Bond Books

NYT afternoon Business News: Should U.S. Services Companies Get Breaks Abroad?

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Afternoon Update BUSINESS Should U.S. Services Companies Get Breaks Abroad? By CATHERINE RAMPELL If American services companies doing business abroad had the same benefits that manufacturers do, some economists say U.S. exports and employment would be far higher than they are now. Sony Revises Expected Loss to $6.4 Billion By HIROKO TABUCHI The electronics giant, already battered by a number of factors, doubled its projected net loss for the business year that just ended because of an additional tax expense. Surplus in China Trade Comes as Surprise By KEITH BRADSHER Exports surged last month, helping to produce an unexpected trade surplus of $5.35 billion in March, but imports grew lethargically, a warning sign for the nation. Best Buy's Chief Executive Resigns By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD Brian J. Dunn's resignation came less than two weeks after he outlined an ambitious restructuring to revive the struggling electronics retailer. BITS BLOG

NYT Afternoon Business News: 3 Questions for Ford Motor Co.'s Jim Farley

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Latest  Business News 4:57 PM ET AP 3 Questions for Ford Motor Co.'s Jim Farley 4:54 PM ET AP Quick Tips for Better Customer Service 4:48 PM ET AP Gadget Watch: HP Envy 14 PC Has Smart-Tag Sensor

NYT Afernoon Business News: $335 Million Settlement on Countrywide Lending Bias

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BUSINESS $335 Million Settlement on Countrywide Lending Bias By CHARLIE SAVAGE The Justice Department said Bank of America had agreed to a record fair-lending settlement over allegations of discriminatory practices by a mortgage subsidiary. Court Upholds Europe's Plan to Charge Airlines for Carbon Emissions By NICOLA CLARK A decision by the European Union's highest court on Wednesday could spark a trade war with countries that oppose being forced into Europe's carbon-trading system. Authorities Raid Olympus Offices in Tokyo By HIROKO TABUCHI Investigators moved into high gear after a panel of experts said that two senior former executives masterminded the cover-up with the help of investment bankers.