KUALA LUMPUR - By choosing a time and place to vanish, the person who switched off the transponder on Flight MH370 may have acted only after meticulous planning. Full Article
DETROIT - General Motors Co announced three more recalls on Monday, related to airbag deployment and other issues, and said it would take a $300 million charge primarily to cover the costs related to these actions as well as the previous recall for faulty ignition switches.
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TRIPOLI - U.S. special forces seized a commercial tanker that fled with a cargo of oil from a Libyan port controlled by anti-government rebels, halting their attempt to sell petroleum on the global market. Full Article | Video
NEW YORK - El-Erian officially left Pimco on Sunday. But interviews with institutional investors, consultants, and current and former Pimco employees show that the U.S. money manager will likely be dealing with the fallout of his departure long after he is gone. Full Article
March 17 - Germany's Foreign Minister warns that the Crimea vote could lead to new conflicts in Europe, adding that a military confrontation must be avoided. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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George Soros says Europe’s great project, the European Union, is at risk. Even if it survives it is doomed to a period of stagnation and fragility, rendering it powerless on a world scene dominated by powerful blocs. Commentary
The battle royale for media supremacy will soon be engaged. But rather than pit old media against new, it will pit the sharpies of the advertising industry -- who know more about attention and profit than us all -- against everybody else. Commentary
The Malaysian government is a closed, controlled regime, but modern society demands transparency during a crisis. Commentary