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On July 10 in World Cup history: Iordan Letchkov's header enough for Bulgaria to beat Germany in East Rutherford, New Jersey, in 1994.
More "headline-grabbing" acquisitions are likely over the coming year as businesses take advantage of a period of improving economic growth and cheap financing.
On July 9 in World Cup history: Zinedine Zidane loses his cool as Italy beats France to win 2006 final in Berlin.
On July 8 in World Cup history: In classic semifinal that sees first penalty shootout, West Germany beats France in Seville, Spain, in 1982. Late penalty helps West Germany grind out victory against Argentina to win 1990 World Cup in Rome.
On July 7 in World Cup history: Franz Beckenbauerlifts new trophy as West Germany beats the Netherlands in Munich in 1974.
Stock markets in Europe steadied Wednesday as Wall Street opened solidly following positive earnings news from aluminum company Alcoa.
On July 6 in World Cup history: Grzegorz Lato claims "Golden Boot" as Poland beats Brazil to claim third in Munich in 1974.
On July 5 in World Cup history: Paolo Rossi's hat trick helps Italy beat Brazil in Barcelona, Spain, in 1982.
On July 4 in history: West Germany surprises Hungary to win 1954 World Cup in Bern, Switzerland; Romario and Bebeto link up for Brazil to beat U.S. on Independence Day at Stanford in 1994.
The European Central Bank is overhauling the way it sets monetary policy, saying it will hold fewer meetings and publish minutes on its deliberations — a bid to be more transparent as it vows to keep supporting the economy by any means ava...