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Automakers bet on pickup surge

Analysis: Weak jobs report delivers blow to Obama

Central Asian migrants change the face of Moscow

Will smart machines create a world without work?

As layoffs keep dropping, hopes rise for job gains

South African gold miners ease some pay demands as strike bites

Rudd again warns on growth, jobs

Report paves way for agrifood skills development

BlackBerry abandons sale process, CEO out

BlackBerry abandons bid to sell itself, CEO out

Cerberus investment fund eyes BlackBerry bid: source

AP IMPACT: Post-recession, higher ed paths diverge

Economist warns wages may need to be cut to help fix jobless rate

Pentagon chief can't offer hope in budget cuts

Founder faces tough battle on return to Taiwan's Acer

Women behind in the workplace: report

Chastened banks cuts tens of thousands of jobs

OECD urges Italy to keep austerity as Rome balks

Employment market to stabilise - survey

HSBC to make up to $3 billion in new cuts

Education woes seen as Achilles' heel of Brazil

Rise of Latino population blurs US racial lines

Earnings Preview: FedEx Corp.

Boeing wins major 737 jet order from Ryanair

Clashes at Goodyear protest of factory closure

Jobs data a sign of resilience: Swan

Earnings Preview: Time Warner reports Weds.

Japan posts record $17.4B trade deficit in Jan

Japan industrial production up 2.5 percent in Dec.

FedEx profit falls on weak airfreight business

US to unveil $300 mn in Afghan aid

Siemens and Mitsubishi challenge GE with Alstom offer

Siemens, Mitsubishi hatch alliance plan for Alstom - sources

Microsoft sees end to Nokia losses, shares rise after hours

World Bank hails Philippines as next Asian 'miracle'

Two million under-fives die each year in central, west Africa

Intel closes Costa Rica operation, cuts 1,500 jobs

Pfizer sales way off mark as company pursues AstraZeneca

Europe's top banks cut 80,000 more staff in post-crisis overhaul

New orders threaten fragile shipping sector recovery - survey

Once world's largest bank, RBS beats a retreat

Secret Service in disarray, fueling questions over Obama's safety

Wal-Mart raises healthcare costs, cuts benefits for some part-timers

Cost cuts pay off for Volvo with surprise profit rise

UN health agency sounds alarm over needs for elderly