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  • Finland's Biotie Therapies Corp. acquired the rights to the drug in 1998 and started testing it for alcohol disorders.

    Danish Alcoholism Drug Does Well in Three Clinical Trials

  • Critics say time is running out for RIM, as for Finland's Nokia Corp., another company that fell from its perch as a cellphone leader at blinding speed.

    Investors Sour on BlackBerry

  • A strong showing in Sunday elections by Finland's euroskeptic True Finns party, which has steadfastly opposed bailouts by the European Union, threatened to complicate negotiations over a rescue package for Portugal, which recently became the third euro-zone country to request a bailout, joining Greece and Ireland.

    Debt Worries Weigh On Europe Bond Sales

  • Agence France-Presse/Getty Images The True Finns' success will not change European politics overnight, and the party may not even succeed in blocking Finland's participation in future bailouts.

    The Price of the Euro in Finland

  • A strong showing in Sunday elections by Finland's True Finns party, which has opposed bailouts by the European Union, threatened to complicate negotiations over a rescue package for Portugal, which recently became the third euro-zone country to request a bailout, joining Greece and Ireland.

    Dow Sinks 140 Points, Worst Fall in Month

  • In the currency markets, the euro remained under pressure against the dollar as Finland's weekend election delivered more potentially bad news for the common currency.

    S&P Move Jolts Europe's Markets

  • Finland's pro-European conservative party won Sunday's election but its allies lost support so the Cabinet has to resign.

    Finland election could derail bailouts in Europe

  • The Bank of Finland said Finland's gross domestic product will grow close to 4% this year, due to a substantial carry-over effect from accelerated growth in output in 2010.

    World Watch

  • AT&T previously chose the company as one of its dominant infrastructure suppliers, whereas T-Mobile went with Nokia Siemens Networks, a joint venture of Finland's Nokia and Germany's Siemens .

    Risk of Supply Shock From AT&T

  • The euro remained under pressure against the U.S. dollar as Finland's weekend election delivered more potentially bad news for the single currency.

    Asia Mixed; Tokyo Weighed by Corporate Outlook

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