2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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- Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks
A look at Nasdaq 10 most-active stocks at the close of trading: Apple Inc. fell 2.6 percent to $95.60 with 55,014,100 shares traded. BlackBerry Ltd. fell 3.9 percent to $9.33 with 24,706,500 shares traded. ...
- Coke Under Pressure as Sales Abroad Weaken
The pressure is on for Coke. For more than a century, Coca-Cola Co. believed it could keep growing as long as it could place a Coke within "an arm's reach of desire." But in the U.S., Americans have been drinking less of it for more than a decade. Now, desire for Coke in its foreign markets is slackening too. Coke missed overall growth targets in 2013 as a result.
- Crop circle in Germany attracts many visitors
- Researchers: World Trade Center ship dates to 1773
- John Kerry's passage to India. Why is he going now?
After a bruising week of shuttle diplomacy that failed to broker a cease-fire to the Gaza conflict, Mr. Kerry landed yesterday in India for two days of talks with the new Narendra Modi government. It’s the first visit of a high ranking US official to India since Prime Minister Modi and his right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) swept to a landslide victory in May, and is designed to pave the way for the Indian leader's visit to the United States in September. He will need to assuage hurt feelings over revelations that the NSA spied on the BJP, and also press India over its holdup of new global trade regulations. “The catechism of an 'indispensable partnership' with India that US Secretary of State John Kerry repeated during [a speech before he arrived in New Delhi] cannot cover up the loss of faith that has crept into the relationship between the two countries,” wrote Siddharth Varadarajan, a senior fellow at the Centre for Public Affairs in New Delhi in a column in India’s NDTV.
- U.S., U.N. announce deal on 72-hour Gaza cease-fire
- Homeowner who fought off Trump is moving on