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  • In an open letter posted on its website, Muddy Waters had called near-simultaneous turnover in the company's audit committee and the change of its auditor in 2009 "troubling."

    Spreadtrum Announces Dividend, Counters Critics

  • In an open letter posted on its website, Muddy Waters had called near-simultaneous turnover in the company's audit committee and the change of its auditor in 2009 "troubling."

    Spreadtrum Announces Dividend, Counters Critics

  • In sum, while religion did not create or encourage the feminist revolution of the last half century, neither did religion do much to forestall it, even among the most fervent opponents of the near-simultaneous revolution in sexual morality.

    American Grace

  • Sunday's coordinated attack in Ramadi started late morning with several near-simultaneous bombs going off on the road leading to the government security complex housing police headquarters, a counterterrorism unit, an underground prison and other facilities in an attempt to draw guards out, Anbar Gov.

    Iraqi Forces Battle Insurgents

  • Reed Brody , counsel for Human Rights Watch, called Mr. Garzón's prosecution on the civil war case a "bitter irony," and said the near-simultaneous trials raise questions "as to whether the judge is facing retaliation for his actions in controversial cases."

    Spanish Judge Garzón Stands Trial

  • A near-simultaneous attack on the U.S. embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania killed another 11 people.

    Kenyan Leaders Hail bin Laden's Death

  • A near-simultaneous attack on the U.S. embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania killed another 11 people.

    Kenyan Leaders Hail bin Laden's Death

  • That conspiracy meant to detonate near-simultaneous bombs at landmarks around New York, including the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels, the George Washington Bridge and the United Nations.

    How a Bagram Detainee Foiled the Euro Terror Plot

  • The 1998 near-simultaneous bombing of American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania and the 2000 attack on the U.S. destroyer Cole in Aden, Yemen, were designed — in Mr. Scheuer's telling — to entice us to attack bin Laden in Afghanistan, where he had cultivated, and bought, the friendship and protection of the Taliban and of Pashtun tribes.

    America's Most Wanted

  • In a House hearing on the matter Tuesday, lawmakers batted around other ideas, such as requiring lawmakers to hold their finances in blind trusts, and mandating near-simultaneous disclosure of stock trades.

    Congress Pushing Curb On Trading

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