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News 24 South Africa
High Data Fees - I’ve never heard such BoloneyCellphone network operators were trying explain (or justify) to parliament the
High Data Fees - I’ve never heard such Boloney
News 24 South Africa / Posted a minute ago
Cellphone network operators were trying explain (or justify) to parliament the high data tariffs South African consumers are being charged. In all my years in the telecoms industry, I’ve never heard such blatant boloney. And they expect us to believe... Read more
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University of Sydney News
Historic partnership to be sealed at WestmeadThe University spaces will also be available for use by other precinct partners
Historic partnership to be sealed at Westmead
University of Sydney News / Posted 3 minutes ago
The University spaces will also be available for use by other precinct partners, giving them access to contemporary education facilities that are not currently available at Westmead. The University is also working with the Westmead precinct partners... Read more
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Sun Star
Duterte to visit Vietnam on WednesdayPRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte is set to fly to Vietnam on September 28 to 29 to sol
Duterte to visit Vietnam on Wednesday
Sun Star / Posted 3 minutes ago
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte is set to fly to Vietnam on September 28 to 29 to solidify the strategic partnership between the Philippines and its counterpart, the spokesperson of Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said on Monday. “As part of his... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Duterte may discuss South China Sea dispute in Vietnam visitMANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte is prepared to discuss the mari
Duterte may discuss South China Sea dispute in Vietnam visit
Pilipino Star / Posted 3 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte is prepared to discuss the maritime dispute in the South China Sea if it comes up during his visit to Vietnam, a Department of Foreign Affairs spokesperson said in a press briefing at Malacañang on... Read more
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Fortune
The BOJ Will Whip Out Every Possible Tool to Hit Its Inflation TargetBank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, in his first speech since the BOJ’s dec
The BOJ Will Whip Out Every Possible Tool to Hit Its Inflation Target
Fortune / Posted 11 minutes ago
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, in his first speech since the BOJ’s decision last week to overhaul its radical stimulus program, said the central bank stood ready to use every available tool to achieve its 2% inflation target. While the BOJ... Read more
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SKY News
Aldi to invest £300m in UK storesThe supermarket, named 2016 Grocer of the Year has announced record results for
Aldi to invest £300m in UK stores
SKY News / Posted 12 minutes ago
The supermarket, named 2016 Grocer of the Year has announced record results for its last financial year alongside a major investment in its UK stores. The grocer, which currently operated 785 stores in the UK and Ireland, plans to open 70 new stores... Read more
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SKY News
Monarch Airlines denies it is 'going bust'The budget airline, which employs around 2,800 people, issued a statement after
Monarch Airlines denies it is 'going bust'
SKY News / Posted 12 minutes ago
The budget airline, which employs around 2,800 people, issued a statement after customers tweeted over the weekend to ask if the airline was "going bust" amid speculation. The carrier said that despite tougher market conditions, it expected to make... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Rise in special needs leads to Cumbria schools budget 'rethink'A huge rise in the amount of requests from schools to help children with “high
Rise in special needs leads to Cumbria schools budget 'rethink'
Whitehaven News / Posted 14 minutes ago
A huge rise in the amount of requests from schools to help children with “high needs” has prompted a rethink into Cumbria’s education budget. Cumbria County Council, which controls local authority schools’ purse strings, says that there’s been an 80... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Peso opens week at 48-level, analyst sees further weakening The Philippine peso opened the week at 48-level and an analyst expect this to
Peso opens week at 48-level, analyst sees further weakening
Manila Bulletin / Posted 15 minutes ago
The Philippine peso opened the week at 48-level and an analyst expect this to be the norm, which in turn is seen to increase the central bank’s presence in the market. In a market... Read more
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The Age
ASX ends flat despite drag from Woolworths, WesfarmersThe Australian sharemarket shook off its negative start but failed to post a ga
ASX ends flat despite drag from Woolworths, Wesfarmers
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
The Australian sharemarket shook off its negative start but failed to post a gain, ending flat as the two big consumer staple stocks, Woolworths and Wesfarmers fell on the threat of new competition. The S&P/ASX 200 Index started the week lower as it... Read more
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The Age
Apple is now boring enough to buy, but Tesla is doomedApple losing steam only makes it a bargain. The iPhone maker is cheap and the
Apple is now boring enough to buy, but Tesla is doomed
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
Apple losing steam only makes it a bargain. The iPhone maker is cheap and the risk is lower, according to Robert Naess, who oversees 33 billion euros ($US37 billion) in stocks at Nordea Bank, Scandinavia's largest bank. Lines, cheering and loud... Read more
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The Irish Times
Stocktake: Shameless Donald Trump takes on the FedThe Federal Reserve is fuelling the “Obama paper bull” market, according to Tru
Stocktake: Shameless Donald Trump takes on the Fed
The Irish Times / Posted 16 minutes ago
The Federal Reserve is fuelling the “Obama paper bull” market, according to Trump’s senior economic adviser, Peter Navarro, keeping rates low to support a government which “doesn’t know how to get the economy going again”. An “honest” Fed chair would... Read more
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The Irish Times
Your morning latte is about to get even more expensive thanks to weather in BrazilThe buzz of the morning alarm might start to sound even more painful thanks to
Your morning latte is about to get even more expensive thanks to weather in Brazil
The Irish Times / Posted 16 minutes ago
The buzz of the morning alarm might start to sound even more painful thanks to topsy-turvy weather in Brazil that’s pushing up the cost of commodities that find their way into your breakfast drink. Across the country’s coffee belt, dry weather is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Full-year profits down by nearly 9% at food group AryztaPre-tax profits at Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta fell by more than 8 per cent i
Full-year profits down by nearly 9% at food group Aryzta
The Irish Times / Posted 16 minutes ago
Pre-tax profits at Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta fell by more than 8 per cent in the 12 months ending July, while revenues climbed 1.5 per cent. The frozen baked goods supplier said profits for the full-year totalled €398 million versus €365 million... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Apple is now boring enough to buy, but Tesla is doomedApple losing steam only makes it a bargain. The iPhone maker is cheap and the
Apple is now boring enough to buy, but Tesla is doomed
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 minutes ago
Apple losing steam only makes it a bargain. The iPhone maker is cheap and the risk is lower, according to Robert Naess, who oversees 33 billion euros ($US37 billion) in stocks at Nordea Bank, Scandinavia's largest bank. Lines, cheering and loud... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX ends flat despite drag from Woolworths, WesfarmersThe Australian sharemarket shook off its negative start but failed to post a ga
ASX ends flat despite drag from Woolworths, Wesfarmers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 minutes ago
The Australian sharemarket shook off its negative start but failed to post a gain, ending flat as the two big consumer staple stocks, Woolworths and Wesfarmers fell on the threat of new competition. The S&P/ASX 200 Index started the week lower as it... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASX ends flat despite drag from Woolworths, WesfarmersThe Australian sharemarket shook off its negative start but failed to post a ga
ASX ends flat despite drag from Woolworths, Wesfarmers
Canberra Times / Posted 19 minutes ago
The Australian sharemarket shook off its negative start but failed to post a gain, ending flat as the two big consumer staple stocks, Woolworths and Wesfarmers fell on the threat of new competition. The S&P/ASX 200 Index started the week lower as it... Read more
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Business Standard India
Marksans Pharma surges on USFDA nod for LoratadineThe stock rallied 12% to Rs 53.55 after the USFDA approval for loratadine liqui
Marksans Pharma surges on USFDA nod for Loratadine
Business Standard India / Posted 22 minutes ago
The stock rallied 12% to Rs 53.55 after the USFDA approval for loratadine liquid filed capsules 10 mg “The US Food & Drug Administration (USFDA) has granted approval for an Abbreviated New Drug... Read more
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Business Standard India
Raghubar Das in US to attract investmentsThe Jharkhand CM is scheduled to meet officials from IT giants including Micros
Raghubar Das in US to attract investments
Business Standard India / Posted 22 minutes ago
The Jharkhand CM is scheduled to meet officials from IT giants including Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle and Hewlett Packard During his nearly a week-long trip, the Chief Minister will kick off his official schedule... Read more
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Business Standard India
Flipkart ups third party logistics play in festive seasonOpened to third-party merchants earlier this year, it already supports rivals s
Flipkart ups third party logistics play in festive season
Business Standard India / Posted 22 minutes ago
Opened to third-party merchants earlier this year, it already supports rivals such as Paytm and Shopclues Flipkart co founder and CEO Binny Bansal is looking at the festive season demand from... Read more
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BBC News
Airlines accused of charging too much for credit card paymentsA consumer group is accusing airlines of charging passengers too much for payin
Airlines accused of charging too much for credit card payments
BBC News / Posted 29 minutes ago
A consumer group is accusing airlines of charging passengers too much for paying with a credit card. Fairer Finance (FF) says airlines like Flybe, Monarch and Ryanair may be in breach of rules which say the charges should only reflect genuine... Read more
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BBC News
Monarch airlines says flights operating as normalBudget airline Monarch says its flights are operating as normal following "nega
Monarch airlines says flights operating as normal
BBC News / Posted 29 minutes ago
Budget airline Monarch says its flights are operating as normal following "negative speculation" about the firm's financial health over the weekend. Monarch said it was "trading well" despite a difficult period for the industry because of terrorist... Read more
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iol.co.za
Eskom boss brushes off Futuregrowth’s concernsFuturegrowth, Africa’s biggest private fixed income money manager with about R1
Eskom boss brushes off Futuregrowth’s concerns
iol.co.za / Posted 31 minutes ago
Futuregrowth, Africa’s biggest private fixed income money manager with about R170 billion of assets, last month announced its decision to suspend new loans and roll-overs of existing debt, citing concerns about governance and oversight. It... Read more
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iol.co.za
SA households better off, but debt levels highThe GWR assessed the asset and debt situation of households in more than 50 cou
SA households better off, but debt levels high
iol.co.za / Posted 31 minutes ago
The GWR assessed the asset and debt situation of households in more than 50 countries. Switzerland was ranked number one, followed by the US and UK. Michael Heise, the chief economist at Allianz, said the development of financial assets had reached... Read more
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iol.co.za
50 000 jobs: Acsa unveils new growth planMaseko said the company also wanted to improve efficiencies and customer experi
50 000 jobs: Acsa unveils new growth plan
iol.co.za / Posted 31 minutes ago
Maseko said the company also wanted to improve efficiencies and customer experience, as well as developing airports using the aerotropolis concept, to stimulate economic activities in the areas in which airports are based as part of the... Read more
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iol.co.za
Verimark predicts surge in profit“As a result of the ongoing depreciation of the rand against the US dollar, it
Verimark predicts surge in profit
iol.co.za / Posted 31 minutes ago
“As a result of the ongoing depreciation of the rand against the US dollar, it became necessary for Verimark to increase selling prices in mid-February 2016 to maintain its profit margins,” the company said in a statement. It said price increases... Read more
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RTE News
IT firm plans 100 Limerick jobs over three years Updated / Sept. 26, 2016 07:10The company serves multinationals, start-ups an
IT firm plans 100 Limerick jobs over three years
RTE News / Posted 32 minutes ago
Updated / Sept. 26, 2016 07:10The company serves multinationals, start-ups and individuals running their own blogs An IT company is to establish a customer support hub in Limerick with the promise of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
U.S.$7 Billion - I Won't Apologise to Soludo - FalanaA senior lawyer, Femi Falana, on Sunday said he would not apologise to former C
U.S.$7 Billion - I Won't Apologise to Soludo - Falana
AllAfrica.com / Posted 35 minutes ago
A senior lawyer, Femi Falana, on Sunday said he would not apologise to former Central Bank Governor Chukwuma Soludo over his allegationthat the ex-bank chief "dolled" out $7 billion government funds to bankers while he was in office. Mr. Soludo has... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
60 Per Cent of Foreigners in Jinja Have National IDs, PassportsJinja — Sixty per cent of foreigners in Jinja District are in possession of doc
60 Per Cent of Foreigners in Jinja Have National IDs, Passports
AllAfrica.com / Posted 35 minutes ago
Jinja — Sixty per cent of foreigners in Jinja District are in possession of documents that identifies them as citizens of Uganda, rendering them eligible to run retail and other petty businesses they would ideally not have been entitled to, Daily... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Researchers Criticise Tanzania's Local Content Policy for Gas, OilDar es Salaam — Experts doubt whether the natural gas Local Content Policy (LCP
Researchers Criticise Tanzania's Local Content Policy for Gas, Oil
AllAfrica.com / Posted 35 minutes ago
Dar es Salaam — Experts doubt whether the natural gas Local Content Policy (LCP) will be beneficial to common Tanzanians. They told The Citizen that the policy will not safeguard interests of local people and guarantee their participating in oil and... Read more
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