WSJE

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WSJEWall Street Journal Europe
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The Wall Street Journal Europe is a daily English-language newspaper that covers global and regional business news for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
On February 6, 2002 the Wall Street Journal Europe (WSJE), a daily newspaper, published on its front page an important article.
According to The Wall Street Journal Europe, TF1 pays NBC Universal about $130,000 an episode in return for scripts, concept and structure and consultations from NBC Uni executives.
The rebirth of Pringle into a hip label has seen Helensburgh-born Kim ranked ninth in the Wall Street Journal Europe's top 25 European businesswomen.
Reports in the Wall Street Journal Europe stated that the Deeside group's chief executive Bill Grimsey held talks with private equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and CVC Capital Partners in recent months.
When Michas was stymied in Greece, he smartly found an outlet in The Wall Street Journal Europe, and now in this book.
Carney is the editor of the Business Europe column on the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal Europe.
The January 18 edition of The Wall Street Journal Europe reported that Pearson, PLC, parent company to FT, intended to lay off 65 employees and scale back the database as a result of the distribution contract expiration.
(over a Wall Street Journal Europe story on gardeners difficulty in finding new names for plants)
"International Injustice: The Tragedy of Sierra Leone." The Wall Street Journal Europe, August 2, A6.
A 51.2% stake in Italy's Aeroporti di Roma SpA held by state holding company Istituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale SpA has been awarded to a consortium headed by Gemina SpA, which will pay EUR10.80 per share according to the Wall Street Journal Europe.
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