http://www.FT.com/ Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, examines the cultural impact on the web of rapidly increasing broadband access in Nigeria.
Google is giving its tried-and-true Web-search formula a makeover as it tries to fix the shortcomings of today's technology and maintain its dominant market share.
China cuts 2012 growth target to 7.5 percent, stability key ( Reuters ) Freom the Fed scribe himsef - Fed Takes a Break to Weigh Outlook ( WSJ ) Greek bond swap deal rests on knife-edge ( FT ) Lenders Stress Over Test Results ( WSJ ) China to Curb Auto Production Capacity, Promote New-Energy Car Development ( Bloomberg ) China military spending to top $100 billion in 2012, alarming neighbours ( WaPo ) Warning: A New Who's Who of Awful Times to Invest ( Hussman ) EU to push quota for women directors ( FT ) Romney Advances As Obama Gains ( WSJ ) Saudi Aramco Raises Oil Premium for April Sales to Asia, U.S.; Cuts Europe ( Bloomberg ) Tearful Putin claims election victory ( FT ) Overnight Press Digest WSJ * Mitt Romney has regained the lead in the Republican presidential contest thanks to new support from conservatives, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds. * The $7.8 billion settlement between BP and residents and businesses along the Gulf of Mexico clears the way for what may become a far more expensive battle between the oil giant and the government. * Some very large banks are clashing with the Federal Reserve over how much detail the central bank will reveal about them when it releases the results of its latest stress test.
By msnbc.com news services U.S. stocks were struggling Wednesday as traders cashed in after indexes hit multi-year highs on stronger-than-expected economic data. The Nasdaq topped 3000 for the first time since ..