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China to delay bank tech restrictions, U.S. Treasury official says

Amazon blasts U.S. agency for slowness on drone regulation

Oil council: Shale won't last, Arctic drilling needed now

Nation's biggest nuclear firm makes a play for green money

Three weeks into ECB quantitative easing, markets begin taper talk

Fed market gurus prep rate hike amid last-minute anxieties

Some unions now angry about health care overhaul

JPMorgan's Dimon survives shareholder referendum

Texas governor woos disgruntled Conn. gun makers

AP Exclusive: Health reforms penalize some Indians

Iowa copes with nitrate surge in drinking water

In Menendez's troubles, echoes of past scandals

Wash. lawmaker pushes amendments to legal pot law

Menendez' bill could have aided donor's investment

Rupee falls in front of slowing Indian economy

JPMorgan admits fault, pays $920M in trading loss

Rattled by investigations, foreign firms in China beef up compliance

Expert networks - thriving in Asia, away from U.S. scrutiny

U.S. economy can handle reduction in bond-buys: Fed's Fisher

Analysis - Iran's supreme leader does not rule supreme

Paralyzed Nasdaq opted for caution over speed in restoring trade

Swift approval sought for Midwest oil pipeline

ECB says rates low 'for extended period'

Senate approves Obama-pick McCarthy to head EPA

Kerry eases Indian worry over talks with Taliban

Post-2003 blackout rules lead to millions in fines

Reid talks of solar project at Vegas conference

Likely Labor regs would aid vets, disabled, unions

$1 million donations wanted for Obama inauguration

HSBC to pay $1.9B to settle money-laundering case

Key developments for Facebook as public company

Schapiro's SEC successor likely to follow her lead

Japan proposes more steps to store Fukushima water

Draghi Sees Heightened Conflict Risks to Euro-Area Recovery

U.S. swaps regulator O'Malia to head bank lobby group

In new warehousing suit, Goldman, JPMorgan sued over zinc

Obama's new emissions rules likely to face a friendly court

Asia banks turn to 'diplomats' as regulatory burden bites

SEC loses insider trading case against New York fund manager

World risks era of slow growth, high unemployment-OECD

High-frequency trading ban unlikely: Nasdaq

Banks to be hit with costs for running outdated ATMs

Uber expands insurance coverage for ridesharing drivers

Herbalife gives Icahn more seats, small NU Skin fine lifts stock

New resources minister takes over as Canada's pipeline warrior