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Adieu, earnings season
Yup. I've been waiting of WPL to drop below $42.05. ROE also 0. What can I say I like dog stocks :P According to the daily high-low charts, you should've been able to pick CBA up below $81 on at...
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North Atlantic Treaty Organization
PGA Tour Golf: Deutsche Bank Championship 7.30pm, Sky Sports 4 Day one of the second FedEx Cup tournament of the year, at the TPC Boston in Norton, Massachusetts. Rory McIlroy won this event in 2012...
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Charley Ellis: Active managers take 100% of your ...
Fund managers let the good times roll — with your money. When was the last time you paid more for something than it objectively was worth? Jason Zweig, The Wall Street Journal columnist, recently...
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ACC Power Poll
Counting two ACC title game victories, ’Noles enter the season on a 15-game conference winning streak. In a rarity, the defense might be ahead of the offense in the early going. Texas Tech transfer...
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Utah's 2014-15 Theater Season
While Labor Day weekend might not mark the technical end of summer, it's certainly the time that fall begins to creep its way into our consciousness. September also marks the launch of many arts...
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Those Who Can’t Do …
Former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm is lined up, as Derek Draplin of the College Fix reports, to teach: … a graduate course focused on “creating jobs through better government policies,”...
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Carnival clearing, not backing Boris, and Korean ...
I came, I saw, I carnivalled August Bank Holiday can only mean one thing in this neck of the woods: C-A-R-N-I-V-A-L! That my ward is home to one of the biggest and best parties in the world (as well...
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August Bank Holiday
Letters to the editor
Social breakdownobvious in appearance It appears society has forgotten certain social morals, including decent and tasteful clothing. I see inappropriately dressed folks wherever I go. In the bank,...
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Liverpool agree £16m deal for Balotelli
Liverpool agree £16m deal for Balotelli Reports have surfaced over the course of the day that Liverpool have agreed a £16m fee with AC Milan for their 24 year-old striker Mario Balotelli. The Daily...
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Brent Sheather: When tech stocks attack
One of the first rules you learn when you enter the sell side of the investment industry like stockbroking/private banking/financial planning is that "all news is good news". So for instance when...
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Guy Ritchie enjoys the view as he watches a blond...
Nice Work If You Can Get It
! Guy Ritchie enjoys the view as he watches a blonde model pose for a shoot outside his home As a Hollywood film director, you can imagine Guy Ritchie would enjoy some...
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Griff Rhys Jones
'Book of Mormon' a mocking hug
... atheist's love letter to religion." That's how Matt Stone, one of the show's creators, described The Book of Mormon, now at the Forrest Theatre for the next six weeks. This prize-winning musical...
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The Lion King
Tony Abbott’s carpe diem is in welfare reforms
WHEN a welfare safety net grows too large, it simply becomes a net — trapping people for generations and preventing them from reaching even the smallest amount of their true potential. Over the past...
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