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CNBC
Former Apple CEO Sculley says he'd give Tim Cook an 'A++'"I would give him an A++. Absolutely," Sculley said during an interview on CNBC
Former Apple CEO Sculley says he'd give Tim Cook an 'A++'
CNBC / Posted moments ago
"I would give him an A++. Absolutely," Sculley said during an interview on CNBC's "Fast Money." "Tim Cook has done, I think, a terrific job of taking a company that was as much a cult as a culture and scaling it in a very complex industry." Sculley... Read more
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CNBC
Where to stash cash if rates go up in September"You have to remember … housing punches above its weight. Meaning, when housing
Where to stash cash if rates go up in September
CNBC / Posted moments ago
"You have to remember … housing punches above its weight. Meaning, when housing is strong it leads to all sorts of good things for the economy, including the desire to spend money improving your house in order to augment its worth," Cramer said. It... Read more
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Reuters
Oil driller Silver Hill exploring saleSilver Hill Energy Partners LLC is exploring a sale that could value the U.S. o
Oil driller Silver Hill exploring sale
Reuters / Posted moments ago
Silver Hill Energy Partners LLC is exploring a sale that could value the U.S. oil and gas company at more than $2 billion, including debt, people familiar with the matter said, in what could be one of the biggest deals in the oil patch this... Read more
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Reuters
Japanese seek bargains as economy limps, Abenomics loses shineTOKYO Three years of so-called "Abenomics", Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe'
Japanese seek bargains as economy limps, Abenomics loses shine
Reuters / Posted a minute ago
TOKYO Three years of so-called "Abenomics", Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's bold stimulus program, has failed to dislodge a deflationary mindset among businesses and consumers. As the world's third-largest economy falters again - with a... Read more
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CNBC
To stick it to Trump, firm funds immigrant start-up visasCRV's team (Source: Charles River Ventures) It comes as Republican presidentia
To stick it to Trump, firm funds immigrant start-up visas
CNBC / Posted a minute ago
CRV's team (Source: Charles River Ventures) It comes as Republican presidential hopeful Trump has called for "immigration moderation," including raising wages to limit H-1B visas, which grant U.S. immigration and residency rights to foreign workers... Read more
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Swissinfo
Geneva’s Corporate-Tax Fight Becomes ‘Mother of All Battles’(Bloomberg) -- When the European Union pressured Switzerland to scrap tax break
Geneva’s Corporate-Tax Fight Becomes ‘Mother of All Battles’
Swissinfo / Posted a minute ago
(Bloomberg) -- When the European Union pressured Switzerland to scrap tax breaks for foreign companies, Geneva had most to lose. Now, the canton that’s home to almost 1,000 multinationals is set to use tax to burnish its appeal. Geneva will on Aug.... Read more
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The North West Star
Murray Goulburn board milks it with big pay rise despite disastrous yearAfter a disastrous first year as a listed entity, Murray Goulburn directors rec
Murray Goulburn board milks it with big pay rise despite disastrous year
The North West Star / Posted a minute ago
After a disastrous first year as a listed entity, Murray Goulburn directors received a 50 per cent pay hike last year. Got milk and staying mum: Murray Goulburn chairman Philip Tracy. Photo: Leanne Pickett After a disastrous first year as a listed... Read more
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CNBC
Why housing means good things for the economyIn the past six years there have been two flash crashes, including one that occ
Why housing means good things for the economy
CNBC / Posted a minute ago
In the past six years there have been two flash crashes, including one that occurred exactly a year ago in 2015. Cramer will be ready for the next one, and wants investors to be prepared, too. "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, and I'm an... Read more
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CNBC
Markets watching out for Janet Yellen on Thursday, and now also Hillary Clinton"Hillary took the air out of that sector and that hit other momentum names," sa
Markets watching out for Janet Yellen on Thursday, and now also Hillary Clinton
CNBC / Posted a minute ago
"Hillary took the air out of that sector and that hit other momentum names," said Scott Redler, chief strategist at T3Live.com. It's not the first time. Last year, on Sept. 21, Clinton tweeted about price gouging, after revelations about astronomical... Read more
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Reuters
SEC fines Wilbur Ross firm $2.3 million over feesBillionaire U.S. investor Wilbur Ross poses for a photo after an interview with
SEC fines Wilbur Ross firm $2.3 million over fees
Reuters / Posted a minute ago
Billionaire U.S. investor Wilbur Ross poses for a photo after an interview with Reuters on the sidelines of a conference at a hotel in Singapore September 25, 2012. REUTERS/Tim Chong Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross' investment firm WL Ross & Co... Read more
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Reuters
Colombia peace pact won't boost economy in near term - investorsColombia's lead government negotiator Humberto de la Calle (R) and Colombia's F
Colombia peace pact won't boost economy in near term - investors
Reuters / Posted a minute ago
Colombia's lead government negotiator Humberto de la Calle (R) and Colombia's FARC lead negotiator Ivan Marquez shake hands after signing the protocol and timetable for the disarmament of the FARC in Havana, Cuba, August 5, 2016. REUTERS/Enrique de... Read more
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Reuters
Indonesian stocks dally at record peak as investors fear tipping pointJAKARTA Indonesian stocks are on a roll - with 18 percent gains this year and a
Indonesian stocks dally at record peak as investors fear tipping point
Reuters / Posted a minute ago
JAKARTA Indonesian stocks are on a roll - with 18 percent gains this year and a boost from President Joko Widodo's economic reforms - and yet, investors worry about buying more of a market hitting historic peaks. The Jakarta Composite Index .JKSE is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Woolworths posts loss of $1.2b; food, petrol sales slump Woolworths has posted a full year loss of $1.23 billion — a slump of 157.5 pe
Woolworths posts loss of $1.2b; food, petrol sales slump
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 minutes ago
Woolworths has posted a full year loss of $1.23 billion — a slump of 157.5 per cent from the year prior. Woolworths has announced a new operating model, with 500 roles to be permanently... Read more
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The Morning Call
Feds offering coal towns helpHUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Communities in Pennsylvania and eight other states that hav
Feds offering coal towns help
The Morning Call / Posted 3 minutes ago
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Communities in Pennsylvania and eight other states that have been hard-hit by coal layoffs are being promised more than 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal grant. Officials for the Appalachian... Read more
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BC Local News
Saanich to take a closer look at detached suitesOn a night of hotly debated topics, one thing Saanich council did agree on was
Saanich to take a closer look at detached suites
BC Local News / Posted 3 minutes ago
On a night of hotly debated topics, one thing Saanich council did agree on was to look into detached suites. Coun. Fred Haynes brought the report to council which asked staff to move on a delayed 2014 request to study the reality of detached... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Woolies' dividend smashedWoolworths plunged $1.2 billion into the red in 2016, reporting its first loss
Woolies' dividend smashed
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Woolworths plunged $1.2 billion into the red in 2016, reporting its first loss as a listed company, after slashing the value of assets by $4 billion and reporting weaker earnings from supermarkets, BIG W and hotels. Excluding net impairment charges... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The most complained about businesses in NSW in JulyLJ Hooker, Harvey Norman and AirAsia have been revealed as the most complained
The most complained about businesses in NSW in July
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
LJ Hooker, Harvey Norman and AirAsia have been revealed as the most complained about NSW businesses in July. In this video, the ACCC explains what your consumer rights are. The rankings were the first to be released in the newly launched Complaints... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Flight Centre profit falls amid airlines' price war, falling demand after Brexit vote, Zika travel warningsFlight Centre Travel Group, the nation's biggest listed travel agency, said on
Flight Centre profit falls amid airlines' price war, falling demand after Brexit vote, Zika travel warnings
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Flight Centre Travel Group, the nation's biggest listed travel agency, said on Thursday its annual profit fell 4.7 per cent as the price war between the big airlines ate at its margins and computer upgrades and underperformance in India and Asia... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Woolworths slumps to $1.234 billion lossWoolworths's slumped to a $1.234 billion full year loss as Australia's biggest
Woolworths slumps to $1.234 billion loss
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Woolworths's slumped to a $1.234 billion full year loss as Australia's biggest supermarket chain continued to lose market share in the competitive grocery sector. The loss - Woolworths' first annual decline since listing - compares to a net profit... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Farming stability is key to growthCANDIDATE QUESTION: With trade and exports being predominantly Agricultural in
Farming stability is key to growth
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 minutes ago
CANDIDATE QUESTION: With trade and exports being predominantly Agricultural in the electorate (17.8 per cent in 2011), we can look at ways to strengthen the position of farmers As the July 2 federal election approaches, the Daily Liberal has asked... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Murray Goulburn board milks it with big pay rise despite disastrous yearAfter a disastrous first year as a listed entity, Murray Goulburn directors rec
Murray Goulburn board milks it with big pay rise despite disastrous year
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 minutes ago
After a disastrous first year as a listed entity, Murray Goulburn directors received a 50 per cent pay hike last year. Got milk and staying mum: Murray Goulburn chairman Philip Tracy. Photo: Leanne Pickett After a disastrous first year as a listed... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
City centre jobs boosted thanks to growth in services sector, says think-tankJobs in city centres have increased in recent years, driven by Britain's growin
City centre jobs boosted thanks to growth in services sector, says think-tank
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 minutes ago
Jobs in city centres have increased in recent years, driven by Britain's growing services sector, a new study reveals. Firms are being attracted to cities by infrastructure, availability of workers and being close to other companies, research... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
UK car industry 'booming' as 2016 production tops one millionCar production has increased for the 12th month in a row, with over a million v
UK car industry 'booming' as 2016 production tops one million
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 minutes ago
Car production has increased for the 12th month in a row, with over a million vehicles built in the UK so far this year, new figures show. Output rose by 7.6% in July compared to the same month last year, to 126,566, amid double digit growth for... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Law firm Morecrofts expands in South LiverpoolLiverpool It has moved into a 1,093 sq ft space on the popular high street bet
Law firm Morecrofts expands in South Liverpool
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 minutes ago
Liverpool It has moved into a 1,093 sq ft space on the popular high street between Penny Lane and Queens Drive, which was previously occupied by Venmores estate agents. The new office replaces Morecrofts’ previous Allerton Road office and will now... Read more
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The Age
Woolworths slumps to $1.234 billion lossWoolworths's slumped to a $1.234 billion full year loss as Australia's biggest
Woolworths slumps to $1.234 billion loss
The Age / Posted 7 minutes ago
Woolworths's slumped to a $1.234 billion full year loss as Australia's biggest supermarket chain continued to lose market share in the competitive grocery sector. The loss - Woolworths' first annual decline since listing - compares to a net profit... Read more
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The Age
Woolies' dividend smashedWoolworths plunged $1.2 billion into the red in 2016, reporting its first loss
Woolies' dividend smashed
The Age / Posted 8 minutes ago
Woolworths plunged $1.2 billion into the red in 2016, reporting its first loss as a listed company, after slashing the value of assets by $4 billion and reporting weaker earnings from supermarkets, BIG W and hotels. Excluding net impairment charges... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville energy program racking up success numbers as anniversary approachesKnoxville Extreme Energy Makeover program client Bruce McCloud, left, discusses
Knoxville energy program racking up success numbers as anniversary approaches
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 8 minutes ago
Knoxville Extreme Energy Makeover program client Bruce McCloud, left, discusses improvements to his home with Jason Estes of CAC Housing and Energy Services on Wednesday in North Knoxville. It's the one-year anniversary of the program to provide... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Sales heat up for Greater Manchester travel firmCustomers taking advantage of the latest technology to book and manage holidays
Sales heat up for Greater Manchester travel firm
Manchester Evening News / Posted 8 minutes ago
Customers taking advantage of the latest technology to book and manage holidays has led to a surge in sales for Travel Counsellors. The Manchester-based company, backed by private equity house Equistone Partners Europe, has reported revenues of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Murray Goulburn board milks it with big pay rise despite disastrous yearAfter a disastrous first year as a listed entity, Murray Goulburn directors rec
Murray Goulburn board milks it with big pay rise despite disastrous year
The Border Mail / Posted 9 minutes ago
After a disastrous first year as a listed entity, Murray Goulburn directors received a 50 per cent pay hike last year. Got milk and staying mum: Murray Goulburn chairman Philip Tracy. Photo: Leanne Pickett After a disastrous first year as a listed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woolies' dividend smashedWoolworths plunged $1.2 billion into the red in 2016, reporting its first loss
Woolies' dividend smashed
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
Woolworths plunged $1.2 billion into the red in 2016, reporting its first loss as a listed company, after slashing the value of assets by $4 billion and reporting weaker earnings from supermarkets, BIG W and hotels. Excluding net impairment charges... Read more
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