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Tokyo election win a victory for nuclear power?

The victory of Yoichi Masuzoe in Tokyo's gubernatorial election on Sunday could be a boost for Japan's return to nuclear power.

U.S. Air Force reveals modified gunship makes first flight

The U.S. Air Force reports a newly modified AC-130J Ghostrider gunship has performed a maiden flight in Florida.

DCNS starts test center for Brazilian subs' combat center gear

French shipbuilder DCNS has commissioned a shore-based integration facility for testing the combat systems of submarines it's building for the Brazilian navy.

Icahn to stop pressuring Apple on stock repurchasing

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said Monday he would quit pushing U.S. technology giant Apple Inc. to repurchase $50 billion more of its own shares.

Thales UK to support Navy sonar

Anti-submarine sensors used on Type 23 frigates of Britain's Royal Navy are to receive support from Thales of France's British subsidiary.

Job trend look promising, despite slow U.S. job growth

Private and public analysis of the labor market suggest the U.S. Employment Situation report released Friday was not as ominous as it might look.

Despite U.S.-Iran detente moves, Emirates seeks more F-16s S

Even as the United States strives to achieve d├ętente with Iran, a key U.S. ally in the Persian Gulf, is seeking to buy 30 Lockheed Martin F-16 Block 61 combat jets and upgrade the 79 Block 60 aircraft it already possessed.

Raytheon banners precision-guided Excalibur projectile

American defense contractor Raytheon is touting the accuracy of its Excalibur Ib precision-guided artillery shells during an extensive test event in Arizona.

Pratt& Whitney opens new Singapore operation

Engine-maker Pratt & Whitney has opened a new repair, maintenance and overhaul facility in the Republic of Singapore.

Watchdog group sues over $13 billion JP Morgan Chase settlement

Financial policy watchdog group Better Markets said Monday it was suing the U.S. Justice Department over a $13 billion settlement with JP Morgan Chase.

The big givers increased giving in 2013

Heavyweight U.S. philanthropists, especially those who are living, beefed up their charitable giving in 2013, the Chronicle of Philanthropy said Monday.

PMI for emerging markets dropped in January

The purchasing managers index for emerging markets slipped in January for the second consecutive month, British bank HSBC said Monday.

Canadian housing starts dropped back in January

Housing starts in Canada eased back from December to January, the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Monday.

Relief at the pump far away, AAA says

AAA spokesman Michael Green said Monday gasoline prices may reach a seasonal peak in March or early April because of regular refinery maintenance.

ECB highlights sparse week for economic reports

The European Central Bank's monthly report due Thursday is among the highlights in a relatively light week of economic reports.

Canada is becoming 'natural resource superpower,' gov't official says

Canada is becoming a "natural resource superpower" and ties to India can help secure the position, Canadian Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver said.

Iran cracking door open for oil investors

Sanctions on Iran will be lifted "eventually" and lawmakers have therefore started opening the door to investors, an Oil Ministry official said.

CNPC announces major gas find in Sichuan

China National Petroleum Corp. said Monday it has made one of the largest discoveries of natural gas in recent years at a reservoir in the Sichuan basin.

Oman Oil Co. opens Tanzanian office

Nasser bin Khamis al-Jashmi, chairman of Oman Oil Co., said Monday opening an office in Tanzania would help funnel investments into the country's energy sector.

Dutch oil on stream for GDF Suez

French energy company GDF Suez said Monday it started oil production from the Amstel field using its new production platform situated off the Dutch coast.

Hydrocarbons found at Langlitinden prospect in the Barents Sea

Norwegian energy company Det norske said Monday it discovered hydrocarbons while drilling into its Langlitinden prospect in the Barents Sea.

Analyst questions wisdom of taking on Keystone XL to change policy

Making energy infrastructure like the Keystone XL the target of environmental criticism might not be the best way to change U.S. policy, an analyst said.

Thermal power plant blamed for 'black snow' at Siberian city of Omsk

Russia's environmental watchdog, Rosprirodnadzor, said dust from a thermal power plant was to blame for so-called black snow in the Siberian city of Omsk.

FOE campaigner says Britain should burn less gas, coal, oil

It's time to move away from fossil fuels now that climatologists say extreme British weather may be tied to climate change, an environmental campaigner said.

AOL chief apologizes for 'distressed babies' remark

AOL Inc. Chief Executive Tim Armstrong apologized for linking two female employees with "distressed babies" to the U.S. media company's rising healthcare costs.
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