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Housing starts slid sharply in January

Housing starts slid sharply in January

Housing construction starts dropped sharply in January, the U.S. Commerce Department said Wednesday.
Google to Glass users: Don't be a 'Glasshole'

Google to Glass users: Don't be a 'Glasshole'

Google has asked Glass users to not be rude and "creepy" when using the device, issuing a list of "do's" and "dont's" when using Glass in public.
Ananth Baliga

Canadian wholesale sales dropped in December

Wholesale trade sales dropped 1.4 percent in December, slipping to $49.6 billion, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday.

Construction output turns higher in European Union

Construction in the European Union ended a three-month slide in December, the region's data agency Eurostat said Wednesday.

Keystone XL tops Stephen Harper's agenda in Mexico

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he'd discuss the prospects for the Keystone XL pipeline during his meetings in Mexico with the U.S. president.

Aussie Woodside boost production by 2.5 percent

Australian energy company Woodside Petroleum said annual production of 87 million barrels of oil equivalent in 2013 was up 2.5 percent from the previous year.

Cuadrilla gearing up for new fracking campaign in England

British energy company Cuadrilla Resources said it was reaching out to the public to discuss new hydraulic operations planned near Lancashire, England.

Scotland's Wood Group lauds U.S. shale

Wood Group of Scotland singled out the U.S. shale energy sector as among the energy company's strengths, crediting it with 30 percent of its recent revenue.

New crude oil terminal planned for Baton Rouge

Genesis Energy, which has headquarters in Houston, said it would invest $150 million on a new crude oil import and export terminal in Baton Rouge, La.

TransCanada Alberta gas line ruptures; no immediate threat to public

A Canadian energy regulator said it would hold TransCanada responsible for "cleanup and site remediation" following an Alberta natural gas leak.

New Zealand official will take energy message to other countries

New Zealand Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges said Wednesday he'd tour Norway, the United States and Canada to discuss possible energy ties.

State Oil of Azerbaijan, Russia's Transneft sign new oil transit deal

The State Oil Co. of Azerbaijan said it agreed to resume sending oil through the Baku-Novorossiysk oil pipeline after lengthy talks with Russia's Transneft.

Dana Gas confirms Nile Delta waters deal with Egypt

Dana Gas has signed agreements with the Egyptian government to explore for natural resources in eastern Nile Delta waters, the Emirati energy company said.

Irish Water issues first tender for Dublin water supply project

The utility Irish Water has issued a tender for its first infrastructure project -- $685 million effort to supply Dublin with water from the River Shannon.

Colombia military in turmoil after corruption firings

Colombia's military establishment is in turmoil after President Juan Manuel Santos fired armed forces commanders, including several senior officers suspected of multimillion dollar corruption and extreme abuse of authority.
Crude oil clips up toward $103

Crude oil clips up toward $103

Crude oil traded close to $103 per barrel Tuesday, gaining 2.6 percent in New York with demand high and the U.S. dollar low.

U.S. markets closed mixed Tuesday

U.S. stock markets closed mixed Tuesday with the Standard & Poor's 500 index within striking distance of an all-time closing high.
Govt. sought access to 35,000 AT&T user accounts

Govt. sought access to 35,000 AT&T user accounts

AT&T joined other large companies by disclosing that they received government requests to access 35,000 user accounts in the first half of 2013.
Ananth Baliga

Poland tests Alenia jet trainers

Poland's military has completed compliance verification tests of Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master trainer aircraft.

Indonesia orders more German air defense systems

German defense company Rheinmetall A/G has announced receipt of orders worth about $68.5 million from Indonesia for air defense products and accompanying services.
Capital One's new contract raises privacy concerns

Capital One's new contract raises privacy concerns

A Capital One's representative said as "a last resort" in select cases the U.S. financial company would send an agent to a consumer's home.

Dutch order Thales radar

Thales Nederlands' Scout Mk3 naval surveillance radar is to be installed on a new Dutch Navy joint support ship now under construction.

GenDyn Bath Iron Works tapped for cutter design

Phase I design work for a new U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Program is to be conducted by General Dynamics Bath Iron Works in a $21.4 million contract.

King Digital Entertainment files for initial public opening

Electronic game maker King Digital Entertainment, based in Ireland, has filed for a public launch in the United States.
Steve Jobs' time capsule unearthed by 'Diggers'

Steve Jobs' time capsule unearthed by 'Diggers'

National Geographic's "Diggers" has uncovered a time capsule that contained among other things a Lisa mouse put in by Steve Jobs in 1983.
Ananth Baliga
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