Chinese, Indian students top EU’s scholarship list

BRUSSELS - Chinese and Indian university graduates have won the most scholarships to study for a master’s degree in the European Union (EU) in the next academic year, EU officials said Wednesday.

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Portuguese bank urges jury to hold accounting network BDO International liable for bad audits

Bank wants BDO International liable in audit case

MIAMI — Global accounting network BDO International B.V. exerted tight control over its 110 member firms, including U.S.-based BDO Seidman when it performed defective audits that cost a Portuguese bank millions of dollars, the bank’s attorney told jurors Thursday.

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EU signs visa waiver pacts with six countries

BRUSSELS - The European Union (EU) Thursday signed visa waiver agreements with Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Mauritius, Saint Kitts and Nevis and the Seychelles.

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EU approves special residence, work permit scheme for foreigners

BRUSSELS - The European Union (EU) has approved a special residence and work permit scheme for qualified third-country citizens for the purpose of employment in Europe.

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EU fines Intel record $1.45 billion over sales tactics, company says it will appeal

EU fines Intel record $1.45B for sales tactics

BRUSSELS — The European Union fined Intel Corp. a record euro1.06 billion ($1.45 billion) on Wednesday and ordered the world’s biggest maker of computer chips to stop illegal sales tactics that shut out Silicon Valley rival AMD.

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EU fines Intel $1.45 billion over sales tactics, company says it will appeal

EU fines Intel $1.45 billion for sales tactics

BRUSSELS — The European Union fined Intel Corp. a record euro1.06 billion ($1.45 billion) on Wednesday, saying the world’s biggest chip maker used illegal sales tactics to shut out smaller rival AMD.

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EU fines Intel euro1.06 billion ($1.45 billion) over sales tactics, company says it will appeal

EU fines Intel euro1.06 billion ($1.45 billion)

BRUSSELS — The European Union fined Intel Corp. a record euro1.06 billion ($1.45 billion) on Wednesday, saying the world’s biggest computer chip maker used illegal sales tactics to shut out smaller rival AMD.

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EU fines Intel €1.06 billion ($1.45 billion) over sales tactics, company says it will appeal

EU fines Intel €1.06 billion ($1.45 billion)

BRUSSELS — The European Union fined Intel Corp. a record €1.06 billion ($1.45 billion) on Wednesday, saying the world’s biggest computer chip maker used illegal sales tactics to shut out smaller rival AMD.

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Record €1.06 billion EU fine for Intel, EU orders it to stop sales tactics that hurt AMD

Record €1.06 billion EU fine for Intel

BRUSSELS — The European Union fined Intel Corp. a record €1.06 billion ($1.44 billion) on Wednesday, saying the world’s biggest computer chip maker used illegal sales tactics to shut out smaller rival AMD.

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Record euro1.06 billion EU fine for Intel, EU orders it to stop sales tactics that hurt AMD

Record euro1.06 billion EU fine for Intel

BRUSSELS — The European Union fined Intel Corp. a record euro1.06 billion ($1.44 billion) on Wednesday, saying the world’s biggest computer chip maker used illegal sales tactics to shut out smaller rival AMD.

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