Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German airline Lufthansa said on Monday that April passenger traffic in terms of revenue seat kilometers was flat from a year earlier.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013BEIJING (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Corp is recalling 121,835 sport utility vehicles in China to fix a faulty brake light switch, China's top quality watchdog said on Monday.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013LONDON (Reuters) - A strong dollar hit oil and gold prices on Monday, left German government bonds near their lowest level in a month and kept European and Asian shares at five-year highs.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013BEIJING (Reuters) - China's factory output growth was surprisingly feeble in April and fixed-asset investment slowed, rekindling concerns that a nascent recovery is stalling and adding to pressure on policymakers to take action to stimulate the economy.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013SEATTLE (Reuters) - The lovely dinner meeting with my colleague turned out to be a bad dream. Sure, we had wine with the meal. I loved every moment, morsel, and drop of it.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013NEW YORK (Reuters) - Baby boomers, the generation that vowed to stay forever young, are getting older, designing senior-friendly gyms and becoming their own personal trainers.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's popular standing restaurants, where patrons eat food by former Michelin restaurant chefs for a fraction of the cost at a seated-restaurant, are about to hit New York.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013HONG KONG (Reuters) - A transsexual woman won an appeal in a Hong Kong court on Monday to marry her boyfriend, forcing the government to rewrite marriage laws in the city.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Cyprus and Malta have a lot in common: Mediterranean islands enjoying 10 months of sunshine a year, they joined the European Union in 2004, use the euro and have banking sectors that dwarf their economies.
Posted By tsauthor on May 13, 2013NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When David Pendery, a corporate public relations specialist, decided to move his family from Colorado to Illinois this year for work, his biggest worry was whether he would be able to sell his home quickly.