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Date: 2012-10-29
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Indian state's industrial dream mired in delays, protests
US-INDIA-ODISHA:Indian state's industrial dream mired in delays, protests
By Prashant Mehra

ANGUL, India (Reuters) - A few hundred meters from the high walls and barbed wire guarding billionaire Naveen Jindal's upcoming steel plant, a dozen men have gathered at a tea stall. Their plan for this and every day: disrupt any attempt by Jindal's company to lay...


Wall Street plans to open Monday, as Sandy bears down
US-STORM-SANDY-MARKETS:Wall Street plans to open Monday, as Sandy bears down
By John McCrank and Caroline Humer

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock exchanges and Wall Street banks sent crucial employees into Manhattan to stay in hotels and coworkers' homes, preparing to open for business on Monday with at least skeletal staff as Hurricane Sandy threatened to halt m...


Indian state's industrial dream mired in delays, protests
US-INDIA-ODISHA:Indian state's industrial dream mired in delays, protests
By Prashant Mehra

ANGUL, India (Reuters) - A few hundred meters from the high walls and barbed wire guarding billionaire Naveen Jindal's upcoming steel plant, a dozen men have gathered at a tea stall. Their plan for this and every day: disrupt any attempt by Jindal's company to lay...


Gadgets add complexity to brutal bank layoffs
US-INVESTMENT-BANKS-REDUNDANCIES:Gadgets add complexity to brutal bank layoffs
By Sarah White

LONDON (Reuters) - In the high-tech, gadget-addicted world of investment banking, layoffs are becoming more complex and brutal as firms try to stop sensitive data leaving with employees.

Sackings are usually swift, with bankers escorted out, a few belon...


Surface tablet buzz starts, but Windows 8 excitement muted
US-MICROSOFT-WINDOWS8-REACTION:Surface tablet buzz starts, but Windows 8 excitement muted
By Bill Rigby

SEATTLE (Reuters) - U.S. shoppers woke up with mild Surface fever on Friday, lining up in moderate numbers to buy Microsoft's groundbreaking tablet computer designed to challenge Apple's iPad.

The global debut of the Windows 8 operating system wa...


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