Business briefs: Wen Jiabao makes a pledge

China’s premier pledged that his nation would further reform its currency controls and take steps to resolve problems ranging from the nation’s growing trade surplus to its soaring foreign exchange reserves. He also promised that Beijing would make interest rates more flexible while using all available options to control growth of its money supply and ensure economic stability.

DAVID GRISMAN

The mandolin player, who recorded with the Grateful Dead, is suing YouTube for posting his videos illegally. Grisman and business partner Craig Miller, who run the San Rafael-based studio Acoustic Disc, said the case is about helping independent musicians whose music is distributed without authorization by YouTube’s owner,

Google Inc. (GOOG).

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