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Fiat Lowers Chrysler Target as Spending Cuts Narrow Europe Loss – Businessweek



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Fiat Lowers Chrysler Target as Spending Cuts Narrow Europe Loss
Businessweek
Fiat SpA (F) lowered its profit forecast for Chrysler Group LLC, putting the Italian carmaker's focus on spending cuts in Europe to meet full-year targets. Chrysler's 2013 operating profit may miss an earlier forecast by as much as 13 percent as Fiat's U.S. unit 
Fiat surprises with profit leap but shares fallAFP
Chrysler's 2Q Net Income up 16 Percent on US SalesABC News
Marchionne message to Chrysler workersThe Detroit News
Detroit Free Press -Wall Street Journal
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What Does Human Brain Mapping Actually Tell Us? – Forbes



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What Does Human Brain Mapping Actually Tell Us?
Forbes
Google “brain” right now and you'll find a mountain of news stories on a development known as the BigBrain project, which just came out just yesterday: Researchers in Europe and Canada have just mapped the human brain with a precision that's so 
3-D Map of Human Brain Gives Unprecedented DetailNew York Times
Scientists create high-resolution 3-D atlas of human brainWashington Post
Mapping the brain: 3D atlas aims to unlock the secrets of the mindThe Guardian
Los Angeles Times -BBC News -Discovery News
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GLOBAL ECONOMY-Chinese, US factories struggle, Europe still in slump – Reuters



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GLOBAL ECONOMY-Chinese, US factories struggle, Europe still in slump
Reuters
Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:00pm EDT. * Euro zone business activity contracted again in June. * Chinese factory output weakest in nine months. * U.S. manufacturing slips, pace of hiring slows. By Jonathan Cable and Steven C. Johnson. LONDON/NEW YORK 
Euro-Area Services, Factory Output Rises More Than ForecastBloomberg
Markit Flash June PMI Slows to 52.2 from Final-May 52.3Wall Street Journal
Eurozone output falls at slowest rate for 15 monthsBBC News
CNBC.com -MarketWatch -Hot Air
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Google pressured to increase privacy in Europe – Christian Science Monitor



Christian Science Monitor
Google pressured to increase privacy in Europe
Christian Science Monitor
French and Spanish watchdog groups are putting more pressure on Google to increase users' privacy protection in response to the company's perceived failure to comply with European data privacy standards. Skip to next paragraph. Related stories 
France, Spain take action against Google on privacyReuters
Google and privacy: European data regulators round on search giantThe Guardian
Concern about how Google Glass works goes internationalArs Technica
ZDNet -BBC News -PC Magazine
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France, Spain take action against Google on privacy – Reuters



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France, Spain take action against Google on privacy
Reuters
By Natalie Huet and Clare Kane. PARIS/MADRID | Thu Jun 20, 2013 11:38am EDT. PARIS/MADRID (Reuters) – France and Spain led a Europe-wide push on Thursday to get U.S. Internet giant Google to change its policies on collecting user data. News that 
Google has three months to do soDailyTech
Google has 3 months to change privacy policy in France or face potential fineWashington Post
France threatens Google with privacy finesSioux City Journal

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Europe Probe’s Sole Mission : Find Mars Life – Discovery News



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Europe Probe's Sole Mission : Find Mars Life
Discovery News
ESA's ExoMars rover's sole mission will be to learn if life exists or ever existed on Mars.. ESA artist's concept. Related Links. What's Next for Curiosity? Mars Mountaineering · Curiosity Drills Hole Into Mars Rock: Pictures · Europe's Herschel Space Telescope 
Europe's ExoMars missions 'on track'BBC News
With Russian help, Europe prepares to search for life on MarsReuters
Europe's 2016 Mars Mission Enters Final Construction PhaseSpace.com
GigaOM -Space News -SatNews Publishers
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Analysis: Japan PM Abe’s true test; rising government bond yields – Reuters



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Analysis: Japan PM Abe's true test; rising government bond yields
Reuters
By Lisa Twaronite. TOKYO | Sun Jun 16, 2013 5:10pm EDT. TOKYO (Reuters) – Abenomics' massive monetary stimulus was supposed to depress long-term interest rates to spur economic activity, but the Japanese government bond market has other ideas.
Top Russian diplomat to visit Japan in fallThe Japan Times
Abe, E. Europe leaders agree to deepen nuclear cooperationGlobalPost
Abe's vow to elevate women in Japanese society being undermined by male The Japan Daily Press
DAWN.com -RIA Novosti -Deutsche Welle
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Europe, America to collide, say geologists – Christian Science Monitor



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Europe, America to collide, say geologists
Christian Science Monitor
If Christopher Columbus had been willing to wait just a few hundred million years, he could have simply walked to the New World. Skip to next paragraph. Gallery Pardon the eruption: Volcanoes around the world. Related stories. Are you scientifically literate?
Researchers find 'embryonic' subduction zone off the coast of PortugalScience Recorder
Boffins find evidence Atlantic Ocean has started closingRegister
Geologists Find Tectonic Fault that Could Move North America Toward EuropeUniversity Herald
New Scientist -Science World Report -Nature World News
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EU, US Advance Free-Trade Deal – Wall Street Journal



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EU, US Advance Free-Trade Deal
Wall Street Journal
ENNISKILLEN, Northern Ireland—The U.S. and the European Union on Monday said they would start talks to build a free-trade agreement to boost growth and create jobs across the Atlantic—a deal that officials hope will strengthen the world's biggest 
UPDATE 2-EU, US leaders launch free-trade talksReuters
US, EU Leaders Announce Free Trade TalksUSA TODAY
US and Europe to Begin Ambitious but Delicate Trade TalksNew York Times (blog)
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Li Ka-shing Pays $1.3 Billion for Dutch Waste Processor – Bloomberg



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Li Ka-shing Pays $1.3 Billion for Dutch Waste Processor
Bloomberg
Billionaire Li Ka-shing's Cheung Kong Holdings Ltd. and partners agreed to buy AVR Afvalverwerking BV from Van Gansewinkel Groep BV for 943.7 million euros ($1.3 billion) to add waste processing in Europe. The bidding group will consist of Hong 
UPDATE 1-Asia's richest man to buy Dutch waste firm for $1.26 blnReuters
CVC- and KKR-backed Van Gansewinkel sells AVR subsidiaryunquote news (subscription)
HK's Li buys Dutch waste company for 944M eurosWilkes Barre Times-Leader

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