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  • The earthquake's effects will be felt for many years years to come.

    New Zealand PM Announces Aid Package for Areas Devastated by Quake

  • His family is on the island of Okinawa, far from the earthquake's epicenter.

    Japanese Students in US Look Home with Sorrow, Hope

  • Despite the company's disastrous handling of the March earthquake's aftermath at Tepco's nuclear reactors and lack of planning, the company renominated 16 of the 17 board members whose tenures were ending this month.

    Staying Power at Tepco's Board

  • A chorus of economists and market strategists continued to advise clients that, barring a nuclear catastrophe, the earthquake's impact on world growth was likely to be limited, and that appeared to help fuel the late-day buying in New York.

    Buyers Creep In Amid Broad Market Tumult

  • And Detroit and European makers could yet feel the earthquake's effects, with their use of certain Japanese-made parts reducing their potential to take market share.

    Earthquake Leaves Japan's Car Makers Pallid

  • But most notoriously, Sulkin's tweet comparing the Tōhoku earthquake's death toll to Pearl Harbor's caused furor and resulted in apology and removal.

    Aaron Belz: Literary Twitter: @thesulk

  • But most notoriously, Sulkin's tweet comparing the Tōhoku earthquake's death toll to Pearl Harbor's caused furor and resulted in apology and removal.

    Aaron Belz: Literary Twitter: @thesulk

  • As for the fiscal year that started in April, Sony said it expects the March earthquake's effects to reduce operating profit by $1.8 billion, to an expected $2.4 billion.

    Taxing Times for Sony

  • Some of the bonds affected by the Japanese quake provided coverage for multiple perils in several regions, but all may be triggered by the earthquake's magnitude, rather than estimates of monetary losses.

    Quake Unnerves 'Cat Bond' Holders

  • Located about 190 miles south of the earthquake's epicenter, Urayasu was spared the tsunami but much of the wreckage was caused by soil liquefaction, which occurs when soil loses its strength because of an applied stress such as a temblor.

    Quake Bogs Down a Tokyo Suburb

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