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  • *FDA lists 10 violations at Taiwan plant. July 29- Impax Laboratories Inc said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration raised concerns about the company's factory in Taiwan, casting in doubt the future of its Parkinson's drug, rytary.

  • LONDON, July 29- Somewhere in an office at the Bureau of Industry and Security in Washington, D.C., a mid-ranking government official is sitting down with a stack of dictionaries.

  • WASHINGTON, July 29- A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday rejected a food industry challenge to a federal rule concerning labeling requirements for meat, a ruling that could have a major impact on businesses fighting federal regulation on free-speech grounds.

  • Telecom shares rise after Windstream gets REIT approval Tuesday, 29 Jul 2014 | 10:51 AM ET

    July 29- Shares of U.S. telecom companies rose after network operator Windstream Holdings Inc said it got regulatory approval to convert some of its assets into a REIT- a tax-efficient structure that could be followed by others.

  • WASHINGTON, July 29- A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday rejected for a second time a food industry challenge to a federal regulation that specifies labeling requirements for certain meat products.

  • Suzuki recalls 25,900 Verona sedans in U.S. Tuesday, 29 Jul 2014 | 10:14 AM ET

    DETROIT, July 29- Suzuki Motor Corp is recalling 25,900 Verona sedans from the 2004 to 2006 model years in the United States on the increased risk of a fire linked to daytime running lights, U.S. safety regulators said on Tuesday.

  • July 29- Impax Laboratories Inc said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued certain observations regarding violations in the company's manufacturing plant in Taiwan. Shares of Impax, which makes generics and specialty drugs to treat central nervous system disorders, fell about 17 percent to $23.15 premarket on Tuesday.

  • U.S. FDA raises concerns about Impax's Taiwanese plant Tuesday, 29 Jul 2014 | 8:18 AM ET

    July 29- Impax Laboratories Inc said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued "certain observations" after an inspection of the company's manufacturing plant in Taiwan. "The FDA did not provide any status or classification to these observations," the company said. It closed at $28.03 on Monday.

  • China investigating Microsoft in monopoly case Tuesday, 29 Jul 2014 | 7:57 AM ET

    BEIJING— China's anti-monopoly agency announced an investigation Tuesday of Microsoft Corp., stepping up regulatory pressure on foreign technology companies.

  • BEIJING, July 29- A Chinese regulator said on Tuesday it is conducting an anti-monopoly investigation into Microsoft Corp over its Windows operating system, in the latest in a growing number of competition probes that have unnerved Western firms in China.

  • Living in a bank settlement world     Tuesday, 29 Jul 2014 | 7:31 AM ET

    There's been a tremendous increase in the states getting involved in areas of regulations they did not usually get involved in before, says Eric Dinallo, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP partner, discussing banking regulations.

  • FRANKFURT/ ZURICH, July 29- Germany's Deutsche Bank and Switzerland's UBS said they were caught up in an inquiry by U.S. regulators, who are looking into whether broker-run stock exchanges gave an unfair advantage to high-frequency traders.

  • China's State Administration for Industry& Commerce was investigating a Microsoft vice president and senior managers, and has made copies of the firm's financial statements and contracts, the SAIC said on its website.

  • EU clears state aid for ailing Polish carrier LOT Tuesday, 29 Jul 2014 | 5:47 AM ET

    BRUSSELS— The European Union's antitrust authority on Tuesday approved the Polish government's 200 million-euro bailout for its ailing national carrier, LOT airlines. Star Alliance member LOT has been in financial difficulty for several years.

  • BEIJING, July 28- Microsoft Corp appears to be the latest U.S. company targeted by China for anti-trust investigation after government officials paid sudden visits to the software firm's Chinese offices on Monday.

  • WASHINGTON, July 28- The U.S. Commerce Department has put on hold at least two companies' requests for permission to sell lightly processed crude abroad, effectively stalling an industry push to export an expanding glut of oil amid the U.S. shale revolution, sources said.

  • AP Top Extended Financial Headlines At 4:05 p.m. EDT Monday, 28 Jul 2014 | 4:05 PM ET

    Lands of opportunity: Foreign markets fueling growth of US tech trendsetters, other companies Dollar Tree buying peer Family Dollar Stores for approximately $8.5 billion Zillow buying Trulia in $3.5 billion deal to create online real estate titan US stocks drift sidelines in late afternoon as traders wait for batches of earnings Court orders Russia to pay investors over $50 B for expropriation of Yukos oil company Pending sales of US homes fell 1.1 percent in June; pace remains slower than in 2013 Red Lobster's latest gambit: No more' 2 for $25,' goes vertical on plate to push quality Amazon to sell customizable 3- D printed products Virgin America files for initial public offering, size and timing still to be determined Lloyds bank to pay $369 million to settle with US, British regulators over market rigging

  • BEIJING, July 28- Microsoft Corp appears to be the latest U.S. company targeted by China for antitrust investigation as government officials paid sudden visits to the software firm's Chinese offices on Monday.

  • City: Emails show 'cozy' ties of PG&E, regulator Monday, 28 Jul 2014 | 2:10 PM ET

    SAN FRANCISCO— Top California regulators communicated often and enthusiastically with executives at Pacific Gas& Electric Co., even offering unsolicited advice on handling the media while they presided over a case to decide how much the utility should pay for a deadly explosion in a San Francisco Bay Area suburb, according to a trove of emails released Monday.

  • *Russia to appeal "politically biased decision". MOSCOW/ LONDON/ AMSTERDAM, July 28- An international arbitration court ruled on Monday that Russia must pay $50 billion for expropriating the assets of Yukos, the former oil giant whose ex-owner Mikhail Khodorkovsky fell foul of the Kremlin.