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Future Focus: Global economy
Cambodia launches first stock exchange - sort of
Why the Greek crisis has global reach
iPad 3 could get OLED screen
Wave of anger blankets Athens as Greece weighs new austerity measures
West Africa Rising: Liberia aims to tap riches, wean itself off aid by 2021
China pushes rail links into southeast Asia: Is Laos aboard?
West Africa Rising: Why Indian firms are bidding to buy up Nigeria's decrepit electrical grid
Ghana takes steps to avoid oil curse
West Africa Rising: Can big infrastructure projects help Sierra Leone lure investors?
Can France's Christine Lagarde get Brazil's support for her IMF bid?
Mexico's stable economic outlook a rare piece of good news
Growing Germany has less inflation than shrinking Greece
Peru, Colombia, and Chile merge stock markets
Greek default may be likely, but not inevitable
Kung Fu Panda 2: Hollywood works harder to win Chinese audiences
How 'cookiejacking' could steal people's Facebook passwords
Peter Thiel gives $100,000 each for 24 youths to skip college
Mac Guard: Apple users hit by second Mac malware scam
Google Wallet turns phones into credit cards
Two years after end of Great Recession, how are we doing?
Follow the money: Should the US cut aid to Pakistan?
Violence costs world economy $8.1 trillion
Who gets Qaddafi's cash? African nations crushed by wars he funded want some.
Kim Jong-il wraps up economic 'study tour' in China
Will smart-phone friendly mileage stickers help car buyers make smarter choices?
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Bush babies inspire world's most agile jumping rescue robot
What can we learn from Google's satellite timelapse photography?
Florida voters sue for recount: A call to address election issues? (+video)
'Rock star' scientists awarded $25 million in Breakthrough Prizes
NASA's Cassini space probe takes first-ever plunge into Saturn's rings
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