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AirAsia jet tail found underwater, black box may be close by

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JAKARTA/PANGKALAN BUN, Indonesia - The tail of a crashed AirAsia jet has been found upturned on the sea bed about 30 km (20 miles) from the plane's last known location, Indonesia's search and rescue agency said on Wednesday, indicating the crucial black box recorders may be nearby. | Video

UPDATE 4-AirAsia jet tail found underwater, black box may be close by

* Airline chief Fernandes says aim is to find all passengers (Adds Allianz to make initial payments to next of kin of passengers)

AirAsia's insurers see 'no problems' with claims-Indonesia regulator

JAKARTA/SINGAPORE - Insurers have begun processing claims in the crash of an Indonesia AirAsia aircraft last month and hope to identify the beneficiaries by the end of January, an official from Indonesia's financial regulator said on Tuesday.

JPMorgan settles currency manipulation lawsuit in U.S.

NEW YORK - JPMorgan Chase & Co has become the first bank to settle a U.S. antitrust lawsuit in which investors accused 12 major banks of rigging prices in the $5 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.

UPDATE 3-JPMorgan settles currency manipulation lawsuit in U.S.

NEW YORK, Jan 5 - JPMorgan Chase & Co has become the first bank to settle a U.S. antitrust lawsuit in which investors accused 12 major banks of rigging prices in the $5 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.

Safety overhaul puts strain on Bangladesh garment industry

DHAKA - Undaunted by a run of horrific factory accidents that have hit Bangladesh's garments industry, two entrepreneurs bought Adorn Knitwear Ltd earlier this year.

04 Jan 2015

Safety overhaul puts strain on Bangladesh garment industry

DHAKA - Undaunted by a run of horrific factory accidents that have hit Bangladesh's garments industry, two entrepreneurs bought Adorn Knitwear Ltd earlier this year.

04 Jan 2015

General Motors issues three new recalls, cites ignition systems

NEW YORK - General Motors Co began the new year by announcing three new vehicle recalls on Thursday, as the ignition switch crisis continued to dog the automaker after millions of vehicles were recalled in 2014. | Video

02 Jan 2015

UPDATE 2-General Motors issues 3 new recalls, cites ignition systems

NEW YORK, Jan 1 - General Motors Co began the new year by announcing three new vehicle recalls on Thursday, as the ignition switch crisis continued to dog the automaker after millions of vehicles were recalled in 2014.

General Motors issues three new recalls, cites ignition systems

NEW YORK - General Motors Co on Thursday announced three new recalls affecting nearly 84,000 sport-utility vehicles and pickup trucks, saying their ignition systems may have problems that could affect engine power and air bag deployment.

01 Jan 2015

Director's cut: Best-paid corporate boards

A seat on a corporate board is nice work if you can get it, especially at three companies that pay their directors more than $100,000 per meeting. A Reuters Special Report.  Full Article