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  KAMPERLAND, Netherlands — Adri Bout trawled Dutch waters for 25 years until he recognized the ocean's limits. Now he raises 100 tons of turbot a year in a unique high-rise tank that has overcome some of farmed fishing's most persistent...

High-rise tank is new solution in farming fish

Updated: 9/1/2011 11:42 AM

  Fort Collins, Colo., has the safest drivers in the nation, according to a report from the Allstate Insurance Company.

Allstate lists cities with "America's Best Drivers"

Updated: 9/1/2011 11:41 AM

  While there is projected to be a slight uptick in salary increases in 2012 compared to 2011, companies will continue to place the greatest focus on variable pay, according to a survey from Aon Hewitt.

Survey: Pay raises consistent with recent trends

Updated: 9/1/2011 11:53 AM

  The productivity of U.S. workers fell more than previously estimated in the second quarter, pushing up labor costs after a record drop in 2010.

U.S. second-quarter productivity falls

Updated: 9/1/2011 08:44 AM

  Applications for U.S. unemployment benefits fell last week as the influence of the strike at Verizon Communications Inc. waned.Jobless claims fell by 12,000 to 409,000 in the week ended Aug. 27, Labor Department figures showed today in Washington.

Jobless claims in U.S. fall by 12,000

Updated: 9/1/2011 08:36 AM

  WASHINGTON — Ten companies are recalling 2 million bottles and jugs of the gel fuel used in outdoor decorations known as firepots because of the risk of serious burns.

10 companies recall fuel gel for firepots

Updated: 9/1/2011 07:04 AM

  TOKYO — The still fledgling protection for whistle-blowers in Japan received a boost Wednesday by a high court that reversed an earlier decision and awarded damages to a worker who suffered retaliation through a transfer.

Japanese whistle-blower wins damages in high court

Updated: 9/1/2011 06:10 AM

  Weaker spending by consumers worried about Europe's debt crisis and the shutdown of eight nuclear plants were key factors behind Germany's poor growth performance in the second quarter, the state statistics agency said Thursday.

Timid consumers, nuke shutdown hurt German growth

Updated: 9/1/2011 06:10 AM

  World stocks struggled to hold onto the week’s gains as early declines on European markets on Thursday pared gains in Asian markets earlier in the day. Oil rose fell below $89 a barrel while the dollar strengthened against the euro and the...

Asian stocks rally following gains on Wall Street

Updated: 9/1/2011 11:48 AM

  Sony Corp. said Thursday it wants to become the biggest player in Japan's growing Android tablet market by changing the way the devices are used. The Japanese electronics and entertainment giant unveiled its first tablets to the rest of the world...

With new tablets, Sony takes aim at iPad in Japan

Updated: 9/1/2011 06:06 AM

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