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Witness Videos on Everest After Quake by Unknown Author

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By Unknown Author

A compilation of witness videos shows the frantic moment Saturday’s earthquake touched off an avalanche at Mount Everest and the days after as rescue crews tried to reach survivors. 13 more words

Charles Hoyle Van Nuys

Attorney General Holder’s Mixed Scorecard by PETER J. HENNING

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By PETER J. HENNING

Eric Holder secured large bank settlements, but he shares in criticism that no top executives were prosecuted in connection with the financial crisis. 18 more words

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Attorney General Holder’s Mixed Scorecard by PETER J. HENNING

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By PETER J. HENNING

Eric Holder secured large bank settlements, but he shares in criticism that no top executives were prosecuted in connection with the financial crisis. 13 more words

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Fearing for Families After Nepal Quake, Thousands Return to Isolated Villages by THOMAS FULLER

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By THOMAS FULLER

Across the countryside outside Katmandu, people are making desperate journeys, anxious to find out what happened to their relatives and homes in the quake. 13 more words

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DuPont Shareholders Can Afford to Give Nelson Peltz a Board Seat by KEVIN ALLISON

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By KEVIN ALLISON

DuPont may welcome Mr. Peltz’s presence because he has built a reputation for being a constructive presence in boardrooms. 12 more words

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DuPont Shareholders Can Afford to Give Nelson Peltz a Board Seat by KEVIN ALLISON

Robert Maynard Presents New York Times Business Section
By KEVIN ALLISON

DuPont may welcome Mr. Peltz’s presence because he has built a reputation for being a constructive presence in boardrooms. 17 more words

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1965: Caviar, Yes, Kilowatts, No by INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE

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By INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE

From the International Herald Tribune archives: Caviar wins over a Communist power station in 1965.

Published: April 28, 2015 at 12:00AM… 9 more words

Charles Hoyle Van Nuys