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  LAGOS, Nigeria — France is lending $100 million dollars to Nigeria to grow a fledgling bus network in sub-Saharan Africa's largest city.

France to lend Nigeria $100M to grow bus network

Updated: 11/25/2011 11:34 AM

  European Union regulators may seek to spur mobile-phone payments as other regions take the lead in services attracting investments from companies including Google Inc., Apple Inc. and Visa Inc.

EU weighs mobile payments pules as Google, Apple, Visa invest

Updated: 11/25/2011 09:21 AM

  TEMPE, Ariz. — The president of the pilot's union at US Airways offered to try mediation to settle a feud among the airline's pilots, a major shift in tactics from a union that has been militant about the dispute.

US Airways pilot union's mediation offer rejected

Updated: 11/25/2011 09:21 AM

  Thousands of Indonesians jammed into a glitzy shopping mall Friday to get hold of the first BlackBerry Bold 9790s being sold worldwide. With a 50 percent discount on the $540 phone for the first 1,000 buyers, lines started forming in front of...

Thousands queue in Indonesia to buy new Blackberry

Updated: 11/25/2011 06:37 AM

  The owner of London's Heathrow Airport says a nationwide public-sector strike next week threatens to paralyze operations at Europe's busiest airport.

Gridlock fears at Heathrow over UK strike

Updated: 11/25/2011 06:14 AM

  Hungary has slammed Moody's decision to downgrade its credit rating to junk status, describing it Friday as another unjustified financial attack against the country.

Hungary says Moody's downgrade 'financial attack'

Updated: 11/25/2011 06:14 AM

  Egypt's central bank has raised interest rates for the first time in three years. It follows months of political unrest that have led to an economic slowdown, putting the country's currency under pressure.

Egypt raises interest rates, 1st hike in 3 years

Updated: 11/25/2011 06:14 AM

  With winter fast approaching, the bailiffs of Budapest are in a race against the clock. They have only days before temperatures plummet and evictions are frozen by law. Demand for their services is soaring, and in the last seven weeks at least three...

Hungarians face evictions ahead of winter chill

Updated: 11/25/2011 06:11 AM

  It looks like any other road-improvement project: orange barrels, repaving equipment and men in fluorescent vests. But a closer look reveals something curious. Instead of making the street wider to accommodate more cars, the crew reduces it from...

Towns turn to 'road diets' to slow busy traffic

Updated: 11/25/2011 06:11 AM

  Big crowds on Black Friday can be both a blessing and a curse. Early signs point to bigger crowds at the nation's malls and stores as retailers like Target and Macy's opened their doors at midnight on the most anticipated shopping day of the year...

Black Friday crowds a blessing, curse

Updated: 11/25/2011 12:19 PM

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