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Garanti Bank, one of Turkey’s biggest private lenders, announced on Sept. 19 that its board chairman Ferit Şahenk had resigned.
TEXAS - Reuters
American Airlines' parent company is seeking bankruptcy protection as it seeks to unload massive debt built up by years of accelerating jet fuel prices and labor struggles.
LONDON - Anatolia News Agency
Turkish Airlines, the national flag carrier, received three awards in a ceremony held at the British House of Lords on Nov. 9.
LOS ANGELES - Agence France-Presse
A woman pepper-sprayed other shoppers at a Los Angeles area store in a bid to beat out fierce competition for bargains during a Black Friday "doorbuster" sale, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Migros, Turkey’s second-biggest grocer, said third-quarter profit was 91.3 million liras ($51 million), exceeding estimates, as the company aims to add 100 stores a year in the medium-term.
ISTANBUL- Hürriyet Daily News
Launching its new tablet, General Molibe says it is willing to become a part of a giant government project to distribute equiqments to all students
AS-SUWAYRA, Iraq - Agence France-Presse
The grass is yellowing, the cows are emaciated and milk production is a fraction of what it once was -- Iraq’s last major commercial farm is dying a slow death due to a dispute over water.
DENİZLİ - Anatolia News Agency
Denizli, a province in Turkey’s Aegean region, produces towels and bathrobes for Italy’s top football clubs Milan, Juventus and Inter.
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Drug companies in Turkey might resort to serious layoffs by the end of 2011, following a recent government decision to decrease drug prices.
NEW YORK - Reuters
Scenes of Americans desperately fighting for mobile phones, game consoles and towels during Black Friday shopping have turned viral online, as viewers comment on the ‘piranha feeding frenzy’ after seeing men, women and children climb over each other
Turkish exporters are getting big returns from the recovering Egyptian and Tunisian economies but things are not the same in the other ‘Arab Spring’ nations. Official exports figures say there is still much to do
ANKARA - Anatolia News Agency
A report by a Turkish real estate association says foreign direct investments in the sector has reached a two-year high in the second quarter of 2011 with $200 million. Warehouses, offices and shopping malls top the demand.
DUBAI - Agence France-Presse
Emirates Airlines has ordered 50 long-range Boeing 777 passenger jets worth a combined $18 billion, the Dubai-based carrier’s chairman and chief executive said yesterday.