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KECI Missoula
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman SachsRelated Content LONDON (CNNMoney) - Baltimore is getting a hand from Goldman S
KECI Missoula / Posted a minute ago
Related Content LONDON (CNNMoney) - Baltimore is getting a hand from Goldman Sachs as it tries to become Amazon's second home. Goldman invested $233 million last month in a huge real estate project that could serve as a potential East Coast base... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Direct Relief returns from Puerto Rico to prepare another airlift of suppliesDirect Relief is preparing another airlift containing 100 pallets of medical su
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted a minute ago
Direct Relief is preparing another airlift containing 100 pallets of medical supplies for Puerto Rico. (Photo: Tracy Lehr) Direct Relief is preparing another airlift containing 100 pallets of medical supplies for Puerto Rico. (Photo: Tracy... Read more
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Gulf News
Let’s start making entrepreneurs out of employeesSome of the best ideas could be coming from tomorrow’s micro-businesses By Joh
Gulf News / Posted 2 minutes ago
Some of the best ideas could be coming from tomorrow’s micro-businesses By Johan Persson, Special to Gulf News It is often said that people are a company’s most important asset. They are the fuel it runs on and without them, it would most likely... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
China's economic growth stays stable as ruling party meetsBEIJING (AP) — China's economic growth stayed relatively stable in the latest q
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 2 minutes ago
BEIJING (AP) — China's economic growth stayed relatively stable in the latest quarter, buoyed by strength in retail spending and exports, giving the ruling Communist Party a boost as it prepares to appoint President Xi Jinping to a new term as... Read more
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The Middletown Press
China's economic growth stays stable as ruling party meetsBEIJING (AP) — China's economic growth stayed relatively stable in the latest q
The Middletown Press / Posted 5 minutes ago
BEIJING (AP) — China's economic growth stayed relatively stable in the latest quarter, buoyed by strength in retail spending and exports, giving the ruling Communist Party a boost as it prepares to appoint President Xi Jinping to a new term as... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Westpac to refund $65m to customersWestpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 minutes ago
Westpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive discounts on insurance and other products to which they were entitled. The customers with Westpac premier advantage packages - or advantage packages with St George,... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Japan trade surplus leaps on strong exports to rest of AsiaTOKYO (AP) - Japan reports its trade surplus leaped nearly 38 percent in Septem
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 6 minutes ago
TOKYO (AP) - Japan reports its trade surplus leaped nearly 38 percent in September from a year earlier, on strong shipments of cars, car parts and machinery to China and the U.S. Customs data released Thursday showed exports rose 14 percent... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman SachsRelated Content LONDON (CNNMoney) - Baltimore is getting a hand from Goldman S
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 6 minutes ago
Related Content LONDON (CNNMoney) - Baltimore is getting a hand from Goldman Sachs as it tries to become Amazon's second home. Goldman invested $233 million last month in a huge real estate project that could serve as a potential East Coast base... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Westpac to refund $65m to customersWestpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 minutes ago
Westpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive discounts on insurance and other products to which they were entitled. The customers with Westpac premier advantage packages - or advantage packages with St George,... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Baltimore is trying to land Amazon's new HQ with help from Goldman SachsRelated Content LONDON (CNNMoney) - Baltimore is getting a hand from Goldman S
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 8 minutes ago
Related Content LONDON (CNNMoney) - Baltimore is getting a hand from Goldman Sachs as it tries to become Amazon's second home. Goldman invested $233 million last month in a huge real estate project that could serve as a potential East Coast base... Read more
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Herald Sun
Woman’s gamble pays with $28m winKATE Morris’s first job was working at the Clarins counter in her local Melbour
Herald Sun / Posted 12 minutes ago
KATE Morris’s first job was working at the Clarins counter in her local Melbourne department store. It was here that the founder of popular Australian cosmetics website Adore Beauty realised that the multi billion dollar beauty industry had a major... Read more
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Herald Sun
Westpac in $65 million blunderWESTPAC will pay back $65 million after confessing it has short-changed 200,000
Herald Sun / Posted 12 minutes ago
WESTPAC will pay back $65 million after confessing it has short-changed 200,000 customers who missed out on discounts they should have received. The bank has this afternoon revealed some customers who have held Premier Advantage Packages with... Read more
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Weekly Times
Westpac to refund $65m to customersWestpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive
Weekly Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
Westpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive discounts on insurance and other products to which they were entitled. The customers with Westpac premier advantage packages - or advantage packages with St George,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Westpac to refund $65m to customersWestpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 minutes ago
Westpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive discounts on insurance and other products to which they were entitled. The customers with Westpac premier advantage packages - or advantage packages with St George,... Read more
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News.com.au
Westpac to refund $65m to customersWestpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive
News.com.au / Posted 14 minutes ago
Westpac is refunding about $65 million to 200,000 customers who did not receive discounts on insurance and other products to which they were entitled. The customers with Westpac premier advantage packages - or advantage packages with St George,... Read more
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Reuters
Toshiba investigated by Japan's securities watchdogTOKYO (Reuters) - Japan’s securities watchdog is investigating Toshiba Corp’s (
Reuters / Posted 14 minutes ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan’s securities watchdog is investigating Toshiba Corp’s (6502.T) accounting practices for the last business year to see if it properly handled the losses incurred by its U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse, a source familiar with the... Read more
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Reuters
Asia stocks approach 10-year peak, unfazed by China GDP, dollar risesTOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose to near decade highs on Thursday, continuin
Reuters / Posted 14 minutes ago
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose to near decade highs on Thursday, continuing to ride on a global equities rally, while the dollar resumed its rise on the back of a spike in U.S. yields. There was little market reaction to China data showing its... Read more
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Reuters
Colombia's Congress approves $80 billion budget for 2018BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia’s congress approved an $80 billion budget for 2018
Reuters / Posted 14 minutes ago
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia’s congress approved an $80 billion budget for 2018 on Wednesday, in a bid to retain the country’s ‘BBB’ credit rating, and the finance minister said the government would not issue more international bonds. Policymakers... Read more
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Reuters
China September property sales drop for first time in over 2-1/2 yearsBEIJING (Reuters) - Property sales in China dropped for the first time in more
Reuters / Posted 14 minutes ago
BEIJING (Reuters) - Property sales in China dropped for the first time in more than two-and-half years in September and housing starts slowed sharply, reinforcing expectations that robust growth in the world’s second-largest economy is starting to... Read more
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Reuters
China third-quarter GDP growth slows as expected, property measures biteBEIJING (Reuters) - China’s economic growth slowed slightly as expected in the
Reuters / Posted 14 minutes ago
BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s economic growth slowed slightly as expected in the third quarter as the government’s efforts to rein in the property market and debt risks tempered activity in the world’s second-largest economy. The economy grew 6.8... Read more
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The Morning Call
'Shrinking, shrinking, shrinking': Puerto Rico faces demographic disaster as it struggles to rebuildDuring the decade before Maria, economic decline and depopulation, a slower-mov
The Morning Call / Posted 16 minutes ago
During the decade before Maria, economic decline and depopulation, a slower-moving catastrophe, had been taking a staggering toll: The number of residents had plunged by 11 percent, the economy had shrunk by 15 percent, and the government had become... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Retail going strong as major chains look to set up shop |GraphDubbo Regional Council general manager Mark Riley and mayor Ben Shields. The r
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 minutes ago
Dubbo Regional Council general manager Mark Riley and mayor Ben Shields. The retail industry is booming in Dubbo, laminating the city as the capital of regional NSW, says mayor Ben Shields. In the past two months 13 development applications have... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Cost of Living: Starting a business appealing for more HoosiersIn our Cost of Living series all this week, Call 6 Investigates Kara Kenney is
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 20 minutes ago
In our Cost of Living series all this week, Call 6 Investigates Kara Kenney is digging into expenses you stress about on a regular basis. INDIANAPOLIS -- Hundreds of Hoosiers are starting their own businesses, and if you’ve ever day dreamed about... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
AFL trade period: Gary Ablett returns to GeelongGary Ablett will make a fairytale return to Geelong after Gold Coast agreed to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 minutes ago
Gary Ablett will make a fairytale return to Geelong after Gold Coast agreed to a last-minute trade. The dual Brownlow medallist was dealt to the Cats within the final 30 minutes before Thursday's trade deadline. Gold Coast received Geelong's No.19... Read more
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FOX Business
Japan trade surplus leaps on strong exports to rest of AsiaJapan reports its trade surplus leaped nearly 38 percent in September from a ye
FOX Business / Posted 26 minutes ago
Japan reports its trade surplus leaped nearly 38 percent in September from a year earlier, on strong shipments to China and the U.S. Customs data released Thursday showed exports rose 14 percent year-on-year to 6.8 trillion yen ($60.3 billion) while... Read more
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FOX Business
Two Keys to Sales Growth for This High-Flying Beverage GiantIn Industry Focus: Consumer Goods segment on beer, wine, and spirits producer C
FOX Business / Posted 26 minutes ago
In Industry Focus: Consumer Goods segment on beer, wine, and spirits producer Constellation Brands(NYSE: STZ), we dive into the company's operations and product lineup to understand how management continues to aggressively drive growth, including the... Read more
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FOX Business
Honda Sharpens Its All-New 2018 Accord to Steal SUV SalesHonda(NYSE: HMC) said that its all-new 2018 Accord sedan officially went on sal
FOX Business / Posted 26 minutes ago
Honda(NYSE: HMC) said that its all-new 2018 Accord sedan officially went on sale in the U.S. on Wednesday. The all-new Accord is a major evolution of Honda's mainstay sedan: In some ways, it's more like a German luxury car than like the... Read more
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New York Post
Hearst’s deal for Rodale may have cost $225MHearst Corp. finally acknowledged on Wednesday it is the winning bidder for Rod
New York Post / Posted 26 minutes ago
Hearst Corp. finally acknowledged on Wednesday it is the winning bidder for Rodale, owner of Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Runner’s World, Prevention and Bicycling. The purchase price was not disclosed, but one source said it was roughly $225... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
New Haven Junta’s welcomes Puerto Rican residents relocating after hurricaneNEW HAVEN — Before arriving in Connecticut last month, Idalmis Crespo found her
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 26 minutes ago
NEW HAVEN — Before arriving in Connecticut last month, Idalmis Crespo found herself spending hours finding basic necessities: Three hours to find water, two hours for food and eight hours for gas. “Eventually, it was going to be very difficult to... Read more
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FOX Business
China third-quarter GDP growth slows as expectedChina's economic growth slowed slightly as expected in the third quarter as the
FOX Business / Posted 26 minutes ago
China's economic growth slowed slightly as expected in the third quarter as the government's efforts to rein in the property market and debt risks tempered activity in the world's second-largest economy. The economy grew 6.8 percent in the third... Read more
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