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British tabs ban paparazzi photos

Stephen Beard | Jan 10, 2007
Murdoch newspaper group has banned its papers from using any intrusive photos of Prince William's girlfriend, Kate Middleton — a surprising move, Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Canada

More troops headed for Iraq?

John Dimsdale | Jan 10, 2007
President Bush wants to send an additional 20,000 troops to Iraq, but Democrats in Congress hope to block the White House plan by tying up the purse strings. John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Washington

Aviation dispute with Europe escalates

Stephen Beard and Scott Jagow | Jan 10, 2007
The U.S. is taking a hardline stance with Europe on questions of open skies and carbon reduction agreements, and comments today by a U.S. transportation official added fuel to the fight.
Posted In: Canada, Travel

US Air sweetens bid for Delta

Dan Grech | Jan 10, 2007
So far Delta has fended off hostile takeover attempts by US Airways, but this morning the offer went up 20 percent. Is that enough to sway Delta bondholders? Dan Grech reports.
Posted In: Travel

Minimum wage hike may have strings attached

Hilary Wicai | Jan 10, 2007
Congress is expected to raise the federal minimum wage to $7.25 an hour over the next two years — but proponents may have to cut small businesses a break to make it happen. Hillary Wicai reports.
Posted In: Washington

Chavez: Socialism or death

Scott Jagow | Jan 10, 2007
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez rattled investors yesterday with his plan to nationalize the country's biggest phone company and utilities — but that didn't meter his tone as he was sworn in for his third term today.
Posted In: Canada

Corporate raider pushing London deal?

| Jan 10, 2007
The London Stock Exchange has been rebuffing takeover advances by NASDAQ, but the playing field might be shifting. Corporate raider Samuel Heyman has increased his stake in the LSE above 10 percent.
Posted In: Canada

Screen all cargo?

Nancy Marshall-Genzer | Jan 9, 2007
At the top of today's Democratic agenda: a bill to implement most of the 9/11 Commission recommendations, including screening all cargo that enters the U.S. by sea or air. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
Posted In: Crime, Washington

I'll take those 2 companies over there

Dan Grech | Jan 9, 2007
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez plans to nationalize his country's biggest telecom and power companies. And it's no accident both are controlled by U.S. firms. Dan Grech reports.
Posted In: Canada

Actors' strike lacks drama, but it's closely watched

Steve McNally | Jan 9, 2007
Television actors in Canada are on strike. It's a remarkably tame affair and no one has wallked off the job. But Hollywood is keeping an eye on it. Steve McNally reports.
Posted In: Canada, Entertainment