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Boston Globe
Panama Papers Source Offers to Aid Investigators if He’s Not PunishedWASHINGTON — The anonymous source behind the huge leak of documents known as th
Panama Papers Source Offers to Aid Investigators if He’s Not Punished
Boston Globe / Posted a minute ago
WASHINGTON — The anonymous source behind the huge leak of documents known as the Panama Papers has offered to aid law enforcement officials in prosecutions related to offshore money laundering and tax evasion, but only if he is assured that he will... Read more
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Boston Globe
Business news in shortHealth care officials try to hammer out deal with union Hospital industry exec
Business news in short
Boston Globe / Posted a minute ago
Health care officials try to hammer out deal with union Hospital industry executives are negotiating a deal with a major union for health care workers to stave off a November ballot question that could cost some of the state’s most prominent medical... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
From cradle to grave: Costco selling cut-price coffinsCOSTCO is famous for selling bulk quantities of everything you need for day-to-
From cradle to grave: Costco selling cut-price coffins
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 minutes ago
COSTCO is famous for selling bulk quantities of everything you need for day-to-day living, and now apparently, dying. Its store in Melbourne's Ringwood expanded its range to cater for those who are not long for this world by selling a range of... Read more
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Weekly Times
Qld fund takes 80% stake in beef businessThe state-owned Queensland Investment Corporation has bought an 80 per cent sta
Qld fund takes 80% stake in beef business
Weekly Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
The state-owned Queensland Investment Corporation has bought an 80 per cent stake in the North Australian Pastoral Company, which runs 178,000 head of cattle across Queensland and the Northern Territory. QIC signed an agreement with NAP, estimated... Read more
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Weekly Times
Wall St ends up after jobs reportUS stocks have closed higher after US jobs data was less disappointing than fir
Wall St ends up after jobs report
Weekly Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
US stocks have closed higher after US jobs data was less disappointing than first thought. US stocks have rebounded from early losses to close higher as investors viewed the day's jobs data as less disappointing than first thought. Materials,... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
London becomes first major western capital city to elect Muslim mayorSadiq Khan (Photo by Rob Stothard/Getty Images) LONDON — The son of a bus driv
London becomes first major western capital city to elect Muslim mayor
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 10 minutes ago
Sadiq Khan (Photo by Rob Stothard/Getty Images) LONDON — The son of a bus driver who grew up in a housing project is now running the world’s financial capital. Sadiq Khan was elected mayor of London on Friday. The 45-year old son of Pakistani... Read more
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Reuters
Berkshire discloses unit's ties to Iran, opens probeWarren Buffett tours the exhibit hall during the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shar
Berkshire discloses unit's ties to Iran, opens probe
Reuters / Posted 11 minutes ago
Warren Buffett tours the exhibit hall during the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S. April 30, 2016. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc said on Friday it recently learned that one of... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
To rent or buy? And where? Local experts discuss housing outlookHousing. It's more than about a roof over one’s head. In terms of the economy,
To rent or buy? And where? Local experts discuss housing outlook
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 13 minutes ago
Housing. It's more than about a roof over one’s head. In terms of the economy, the local real estate market has a lot of eyes on it, and on Friday hundreds gathered at the University of New Orleans an economic outlook and real estate forecast... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Spend less and buy made-in-America onlyTo the editor: Our economy grew by less than 1 percent last quarter (GDP 0.5 p
Spend less and buy made-in-America only
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 14 minutes ago
To the editor: Our economy grew by less than 1 percent last quarter (GDP 0.5 percent growth). Seventy percent of that was consumer spending. The jobs report will follow later. Government is not working. Show your displeasure. Stop spending. If you... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Week in review: Disappointing jobs report caps off week of worriesThe markets ended the first week of May in the red amid renewed worries that th
Week in review: Disappointing jobs report caps off week of worries
TheStreet.com / Posted 16 minutes ago
The markets ended the first week of May in the red amid renewed worries that the U.S. economy is faltering. The S&P 500 fell 0.4% from the last week in April, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.19%, and the Nasdaq fell 0.8%. The latest jobs... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Cheaper fuel for holidays on continent, report says UK holidaymakers can look forward to cheaper motoring on the continent in the
Cheaper fuel for holidays on continent, report says
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 minutes ago
UK holidaymakers can look forward to cheaper motoring on the continent in the summer, thanks to lower fuel prices, according to a new survey UK tourists will pay less for fuel in every popular... Read more
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TribLIVE
Weak jobs report boosts stocks as investors lower expectations for Fed rate hike | TribLIVE NEW YORK — Stocks closed modestly higher Friday, ending three da
Weak jobs report boosts stocks as investors lower expectations for Fed rate hike
TribLIVE / Posted 19 minutes ago
| TribLIVE NEW YORK — Stocks closed modestly higher Friday, ending three days of... Read more
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Queensland Times
From cradle to grave: Costco selling cut-price coffinsCOSTCO is famous for selling bulk quantities of everything you need for day-to-
From cradle to grave: Costco selling cut-price coffins
Queensland Times / Posted 21 minutes ago
COSTCO is famous for selling bulk quantities of everything you need for day-to-day living, and now apparently, dying. Its store in Melbourne's Ringwood expanded its range to cater for those who are not long for this world by selling a range of... Read more
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Business Wire
SHAREHOLDER UPDATE: Brodsky & Smith, LLC Announces Investigation of The Board of Directors of Lexmark International, Inc.BALA CYNWYD, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Law office of Brodsky & Smith, LLC announces
SHAREHOLDER UPDATE: Brodsky & Smith, LLC Announces Investigation of The Board of Directors of Lexmark International, Inc.
Business Wire / Posted 21 minutes ago
BALA CYNWYD, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Law office of Brodsky & Smith, LLC announces that it is investigating potential claims against the Board of Directors of Lexmark International, Inc. ("Lexmark” or "the Company") (NYSE: LXK) for possible breaches of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dual-earners priced out of homesOwning an average home is becoming out of reach for many Tauranga families, eve
Dual-earners priced out of homes
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 minutes ago
Owning an average home is becoming out of reach for many Tauranga families, even when both adults work, a new report shows. It now takes 42.8 per cent of the median take-home pay to service the mortgage. Tauranga Mayor Stuart Crosby has also voiced... Read more
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FOX Business
SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. Banks Another Earnings BeatImage source: SS&C Technologies. SS&C Technologiesannounced first-quarter 2016
SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. Banks Another Earnings Beat
FOX Business / Posted 22 minutes ago
Image source: SS&C Technologies. SS&C Technologiesannounced first-quarter 2016 results Thursday after market close. And similar to its post-earnings drop in February after light guidance overshadowed an otherwise solid fourth quarter, SS&C stock... Read more
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FOX Business
SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. Banks Another Earnings BeatImage source: SS&C Technologies. Continue Reading Below SS&C Technologiesanno
SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. Banks Another Earnings Beat
FOX Business / Posted 23 minutes ago
Image source: SS&C Technologies. Continue Reading Below SS&C Technologiesannounced first-quarter 2016 results Thursday after market close. And similar to its post-earnings drop in February after light guidance overshadowed an otherwise solid fourth... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
From cradle to grave: Costco selling cut-price coffinsCOSTCO is famous for selling bulk quantities of everything you need for day-to-
From cradle to grave: Costco selling cut-price coffins
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 25 minutes ago
COSTCO is famous for selling bulk quantities of everything you need for day-to-day living, and now apparently, dying. Its store in Melbourne's Ringwood expanded its range to cater for those who are not long for this world by selling a range of... Read more
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Evening Standard
Lower European petrol prices can fuel your summer road tripOne in eight Londoners will go on a motoring holiday this year, outstripping an
Lower European petrol prices can fuel your summer road trip
Evening Standard / Posted 25 minutes ago
One in eight Londoners will go on a motoring holiday this year, outstripping any other UK region, according to new research. And the good news for them is that pump prices are even cheaper in most European countries than in the UK. Even allowing for... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Cheaper fuel for holidays on continent, report saysUK tourists will pay less for fuel in every popular motoring destination in Eur
Cheaper fuel for holidays on continent, report says
Croydon Guardian / Posted 27 minutes ago
UK tourists will pay less for fuel in every popular motoring destination in Europe this summer compared to last year, according to a new study. Despite sterling slipping in value, the cost of both unleaded and diesel has fallen for a second... Read more
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heraldscotland
Bank of Mum and Dad has its own risk warningsOver three-quarters of BoMaD purchases will be supported by parents, with the r
Bank of Mum and Dad has its own risk warnings
heraldscotland / Posted 29 minutes ago
Over three-quarters of BoMaD purchases will be supported by parents, with the remainder involving grandparents and other family members or friends. Half of contributions are gifts, one in eight are interest-free loans, one in 25 are loans with... Read more
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heraldscotland
Alliance admits bonuses reduced after shareholder spotted errorBut he faced a series of probing questions from shareholders about the qualific
Alliance admits bonuses reduced after shareholder spotted error
heraldscotland / Posted 29 minutes ago
But he faced a series of probing questions from shareholders about the qualifications and commitment of the board, two of whom were nominated last year by activist shareholder Elliott Advisers as part of the trust’s overhaul, and about the company’s... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Square had its worst day everSquare is sinking like a stone. The payment-tech firm's stock dropped over 21%
Square had its worst day ever
Stamford Advocate / Posted 30 minutes ago
Square is sinking like a stone. The payment-tech firm's stock dropped over 21% Friday, settling at $10.23 a share. The drop is the worst for the company since it went public on November 19, 2015, according to CNBC. Friday's slide comes the day... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Silicon Valley's $20 billion secretive giant, Palantir, is reportedly in troublePalantir, the extremely secretive Silicon Valley data-mining startup said to be
Silicon Valley's $20 billion secretive giant, Palantir, is reportedly in trouble
Stamford Advocate / Posted 30 minutes ago
Palantir, the extremely secretive Silicon Valley data-mining startup said to be valued at over $20 billion, has had a rough year with lots of turnover and big-name customers canceling their deals, BuzzFeed reports. That article, based on... Read more
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The Economic Times
IT bigwigs, startups spar over software patentsNEW DELHI: Battle lines are drawn in the technology industry over software pate
IT bigwigs, startups spar over software patents
The Economic Times / Posted 30 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Battle lines are drawn in the technology industry over software patents as the bigwigs and startups spar over allowing patenting of software. At a government-organised meeting this week, a war of words erupted between India's... Read more
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The Economic Times
Cognizant sees muted quarter, cutsBENGALURU: US-based Cognizant Technology Solutions came out with a muted first-
Cognizant sees muted quarter, cuts
The Economic Times / Posted 30 minutes ago
BENGALURU: US-based Cognizant Technology Solutions came out with a muted first-quarter report card and trimmed the upper end of its full-year guidance, but said that it expected a strong return to growth in its key financial services business for the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Why world’s biggest automobile players have failed to win the attention of Indian buyersIndia is the only country among top automobile markets where one company contro
Why world’s biggest automobile players have failed to win the attention of Indian buyers
The Economic Times / Posted 30 minutes ago
India is the only country among top automobile markets where one company controls more than a quarter of the sales. In fact, that company, Maruti Suzuki, has a market share of about 50% in the local car market — that means it makes one in every two... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Apple just closed at its lowest price since 2014Apple's stock continued to slump on Friday. It closed at $92.72, down 0.56% on
Apple just closed at its lowest price since 2014
Stamford Advocate / Posted 30 minutes ago
Apple's stock continued to slump on Friday. It closed at $92.72, down 0.56% on the day, marking the lowest closing price for the stock since June 2014. Apple stock has lost over 11% of its value since it reported disappointing earnings on April 26,... Read more
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Perth Now
Qld fund takes 80% stake in beef businessThe state-owned Queensland Investment Corporation has bought an 80 per cent sta
Qld fund takes 80% stake in beef business
Perth Now / Posted 32 minutes ago
The state-owned Queensland Investment Corporation has bought an 80 per cent stake in the North Australian Pastoral Company, which runs 178,000 head of cattle across Queensland and the Northern Territory. QIC signed an agreement with NAP, estimated... Read more
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WA Today
US stocks edge higher as gold jumpsUS stocks staged a comeback on Friday afternoon to close higher as resource pro
US stocks edge higher as gold jumps
WA Today / Posted 33 minutes ago
US stocks staged a comeback on Friday afternoon to close higher as resource producers rallied with prices for metals from gold to copper. Treasuries fell as a slowdown in jobs growth coupled with accelerating wage gains did little to alter views on... Read more
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