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  • France's oldest and second-largest city, founded by Phoenician sailors in 600 B.C., has absorbed waves of immigrants throughout its history and today is a melting pot of cultures.

    Across The Atlantic, Another Mosque Splits A City

  • China has sought to rein in inflation through repeated monetary tightening measures, but oil traders worry that the moves could inhibit growth in the world's second-largest oil consumer.

    Nymex Oil Prices Firm

  • The 6.3-magnitude quake struck the country's second-largest city on a busy weekday afternoon.

    Christchurch hit by major earthquake

  • Sollers, meanwhile, is the second-largest producer of passenger and light commercial vehicles in Russia, with sales of 98,000 vehicles in 2010.

    Ford Allies With Russian Auto Maker as Fiat Steps Aside

  • The merged entity will be the world's second-largest steelmaker, after ArcelorMittal.

    Japanese Steelmakers' Road To India

  • CKI's net profit from the U.K.—the company's second-largest market after Hong Kong—nearly doubled to HK$1.18 billion from HK$616 million, driven by the electricity assets it acquired last year.

    Cheung Kong Infrastructure Profit Falls 9.7%

  • Power Assets said in February it was considering a bid for German utility E.ON AG's U.K. electricity distribution business, the U.K.'s second-largest electricity generator and its second-largest distribution network.

    Cheung Kong Infrastructure Profit Falls 9.7%

  • The move takes him from the world's largest recorded-music company to the second-largest, which he is likely to try to beef up into a serious rival.

    Sony Music Recruits CEO

  • More Heard: PPL's Pricey British Power Trip E.ON described the sale price of Central Networks, the U.K.'s second-largest electricity distributor, as an "excellent value" for the company, resulting in a book gain of around €200 million.

    E.ON Confirms Sale of U.K. Power Business to PPL

  • Adidas, the world's second-largest sports good maker by revenue after Nike Inc., now expects 2011 sales to rise by a "mid to high-single-digit percentage range," after previously guiding for a "mid-single-digit" rise.

    Adidas Raises Sales Forecast

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