PHILADELPHIA, April 10- A Philadelphia judge on Thursday set aside most of an arbitration ruling that could have cost the state of Pennsylvania some $180 million from a landmark 1998 settlement with the nation's tobacco companies.» Read More
TORONTO, Oct 31- Canadian National Railway Co, the country's largest rail operator, said on Thursday it had agreed to a new labor contract for some 3,300 conductors, trainmen, yardmen and traffic coordinators represented by the Teamsters union.
*Industry seeking to avoid delays to projects worth more than $12 bln. JAKARTA, Oct 31- Work on billions of dollars worth of new roads, bridges, dams and power plants in Indonesia could soon come to a standstill unless the government takes emergency action to help construction firms cover rising production costs, an industry trade group said.
*Comcast beats Street on EPS by four cents. Oct 30- A top Comcast Corp executive said on Wednesday that the company is in talks to license its latest technology, called X1, to other cable operators, which would help the industry better compete with telecom and satellite rivals.
Oct 23- Delaware must open to the public the state's arbitration system, which allows judges on its highly respected Court of Chancery to resolve large business disputes in secret, a federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday.
*Vimpelcom signs direct sales contract with Apple. MOSCOW, Oct 22- Russian mobile phone operators MTS and Vimpelcom said they would start selling Apple Inc's new iPhone models on Oct. 25, with Vimpelcom the country's only carrier to sign a direct sales contract with the U.S. company so far.
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