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cinema

  • Taking Woodstock to Cannes

    Ang Lee’s new film “Taking Woodstock” has premiered at Cannes Film Festival. The film is his… 18/05/09 18:19 CET

corporate

  • AIG raising money on AIA

    US Insurer American International Group is to sell shares in its Asian life insurance division … 18/05/09 20:50 CET

  • VW-Porsche merger on hold

    The tie-up talks between Volkswagen and Porsche have stalled. A meeting on developing those… 18/05/09 20:50 CET

  • Fiat looks East

    Looking to developing markets to make up for slumping sales in Europe Fiat has confirmed plans to… 18/05/09 20:50 CET

economy

europa

hi-tech

  • PAYING BY MOBILE PHONE

    It’s easy to pay by mobile phone thanks to a new technology called “NFC – Near Field… 18/05/09 18:19 CET

le mag

  • Spotlight on Bostjan Gombac

    Slovenian musician Bostjan Gombac is a true all-rounder. Although the clarinet is his first… 18/05/09 18:19 CET

markets

  • Monday 18th May

    European shares finished up 2.5 percent. Banks were strong performers on hopes that the… 18/05/09 20:50 CET

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