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Thanks to Warren Buffett, BYD, a Chinese battery maker aspiring to be a global electric carmaker, aims for 700,000 vehicle sales next year, four times its 2008 level.
China's first clinical trials of a vaccine against the H1N1 flu strain are underway on 1, 600 volunteers.
Software giant Microsoft reports lower than expected earnings. Amazon.com follows suit. What's next for tech?
A British man will try almost anything to sell his Devon home, he's promising a brand-new Range Rover and speed boat to anyone who can seal the deal within 4 weeks.
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Samsung, the world's top maker of memory chips and LCD screens, reports a stronger-than-expected profit but warns of tough times ahead.
Retailers are hoping tech products will boost back to school sales.
Pfizer is researching new ways to reduce its carbon footprint and opting for the use of the least environmentally damaging chemicals in its laboratories.