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Business Insider
There's a clear playbook for how Amazon could upend the healthcare business — along with an obvious victimAmazon's ambitions in healthcare have become more apparent over the last year,
Business Insider / Posted 2 minutes ago
Amazon's ambitions in healthcare have become more apparent over the last year, leading to speculation about what the company might do if it got into the prescription drug business. Analysts at Bernstein carved out a clear path Amazon could take,... Read more
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Business Insider
Evan Spiegel wasn't the only one at Snap who got a huge bonus last year — fellow exec Imran Khan got $100 millionSnap on Thursday published its annual report, which detailed the compensation i
Business Insider / Posted 2 minutes ago
Snap on Thursday published its annual report, which detailed the compensation it paid executives last year. The report revealed that the company gave Imran Khan, its chief strategy officer, a $100 million stock award in January, days before its... Read more
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citybizlist Dallas
Lincoln International Represents LaSalle Capital in its Sale of Avtex Solutions to Norwest Equity PartnersLincoln International, a leading global mid-market investment bank, is pleased
citybizlist Dallas / Posted 3 minutes ago
Lincoln International, a leading global mid-market investment bank, is pleased to announce that it has represented LaSalle Capital in its sale of Avtex Solutions, LLC to Norwest Equity Partners, a leading middle market investment firm. Terms of the... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Large housebuilding firm set to accept BitcoinOne of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currenc
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 4 minutes ago
One of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currency Bitcoin. Ballyclare-based Hagan Homes is believed to be the first firm of its kind in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland to take the step. The worldwide... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Large housebuilding firm set to accept BitcoinOne of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currenc
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 minutes ago
One of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currency Bitcoin. Ballyclare-based Hagan Homes is believed to be the first firm of its kind in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland to take the step. The worldwide... Read more
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FOX Business
MGM Resorts Struggles on the Las Vegas StripMGM Resorts (NYSE: MGM) reported earnings on Tuesday, and it wasn't all good ne
FOX Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
MGM Resorts (NYSE: MGM) reported earnings on Tuesday, and it wasn't all good news for the gaming giant. The Las Vegas Strip appears to have had a pretty weak fourth quarter and that more than offset gains in Macau. But the results were largely... Read more
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FOX Business
Ford promotes Lincoln chief to lead North American businessFord (NYSE:F) said Thursday the head of its Lincoln division, Kumar Galhotra, w
FOX Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
Ford (NYSE:F) said Thursday the head of its Lincoln division, Kumar Galhotra, will lead the automaker’s North American operations, replacing Raj Nair, who stepped down amid allegations of inappropriate behavior. Nair’s abrupt departure Wednesday... Read more
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FOX Business
Why Tempur Sealy International Inc. Stock Fell ThursdayShares of bedding manufacturer Tempur Sealy International (NYSE: TPX) fell as m
FOX Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
Shares of bedding manufacturer Tempur Sealy International (NYSE: TPX) fell as much as 11.2% on Thursday and finished the trading day down 8.8%. The stock's decline follows Tempur Sealy's fourth-quarter financial results, which featured declining... Read more
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FOX Business
Should You Buy Arista Networks After its Post-Earnings Plunge?Arista Networks' (NYSE: ANET) 200% rally over the past 12 months came to an abr
FOX Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
Arista Networks' (NYSE: ANET) 200% rally over the past 12 months came to an abrupt halt on Feb. 15, when the stock plunged almost 20% after the company released its fourth-quarter earnings. That big drop was surprising, since Arista soundly beat... Read more
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Finance Asia
Sri Lanka aims for MSCI Emerging Markets status (again)It may rank as the smallest constituent of MSCI’s Frontier Markets Asia Index b
Finance Asia / Posted 6 minutes ago
It may rank as the smallest constituent of MSCI’s Frontier Markets Asia Index behind Vietnam and Bangladesh, but Sri Lanka is a country with ambitions to stand alongside bigger rivals. It wants to join the index provider’s benchmark Emerging Markets... Read more
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Finance Asia
The Maldives: Why investors face trouble in paradiseFor sun-loving tourists, the Maldives is a top destination for an amazing holid
Finance Asia / Posted 6 minutes ago
For sun-loving tourists, the Maldives is a top destination for an amazing holiday experience. But for bond investors, the country’s growing political unrest is a reminder of the added investment risks that exist off the more-beaten track. In June... Read more
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The Hill
Trump's tentacles have reached the mergers space, as wellThe number of mergers and acquisitions in the U.S. was up 11 percent last year,
The Hill / Posted 6 minutes ago
The number of mergers and acquisitions in the U.S. was up 11 percent last year, and dealmakers have kicked off 2018 with a series of megadeals north of $5 billion. ADVERTISEMENT Consider the landmark U.S. tax reform law, which could stimulate deals... Read more
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The Hill
Ovenight Finance: Mueller files new charges against Manafort, Gates | Fed vice chair says bank should hike rates despite lagging inflation | FBI warns of tax filing phishing schemesHappy Thursday and welcome back to Overnight Finance, where we swear not to hav
The Hill / Posted 6 minutes ago
Happy Thursday and welcome back to Overnight Finance, where we swear not to have any shell companies in Cyprus. I’m Sylvan Lane, and here’s your nightly guide to everything affecting your bills, bank account and bottom line. Here’s a rundown of what... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Betsy DeVos may make it easier for student loan borrowers in bankruptcyThe Department of Education may make it easier for people filing for bankruptcy
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Department of Education may make it easier for people filing for bankruptcy to get out of their student loans. Currently, borrowers must still repay their student loans even if their other debts have been wiped away after filing for bankruptcy —... Read more
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B&T
“Pasta A’La Troy”: Woolies Hilariously Roasts MAFS Contestant’s Horrible Pasta AttemptHealth, wellbeing and lifestyle PR agency Straight Up PR has welcomed Changing
B&T / Posted 6 minutes ago
Health, wellbeing and lifestyle PR agency Straight Up PR has welcomed Changing Habits, Unichi Wellness, enerGi, SleepX, and Healthie Hampers to its client portfolio. Straight Up PR’s projects will include bespoke PR services and influencer marketing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Let them eat butter: Fat is back and premium butter brands are taking the creamConsumers aren't just eating more butter, they are willing to pay more for it,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Consumers aren't just eating more butter, they are willing to pay more for it, a boon that's giving outsize gains to makers of premium brands. Global retail butter sales will expand 2.9 per cent to $US19.4 billion ($24.4 billion) in 2018, outpacing... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Large housebuilding firm set to accept BitcoinOne of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currenc
EveningTimes Online / Posted 8 minutes ago
One of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currency Bitcoin. Ballyclare-based Hagan Homes is believed to be the first firm of its kind in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland to take the step. The worldwide... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Large housebuilding firm set to accept BitcoinOne of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currenc
Croydon Guardian / Posted 9 minutes ago
One of Northern Ireland’s largest homebuilders is to accept the digital currency Bitcoin. Ballyclare-based Hagan Homes is believed to be the first firm of its kind in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland to take the step. The worldwide... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why Nanosonics Ltd shares were crushed today The Nanosonics Ltd. (ASX: NAN) share price was one of the worst performers on
Motley Fool / Posted 9 minutes ago
The Nanosonics Ltd. (ASX: NAN) share price was one of the worst performers on the market during morning trade. In early trade the infection control specialists’ shares were down as much as 19% to $2.41... Read more
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Motley Fool
National Storage REIT just increased profit by 152% National Storage REIT(ASX: NSR) has reported its half-year result for the six
Motley Fool / Posted 9 minutes ago
National Storage REIT(ASX: NSR) has reported its half-year result for the six month period to 31 December 2017. National Storage is the largest self-storage provider in Australia and New Zealand... Read more
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TheBull
Aust shares buoyed by miners, energyThe Australian share market has opened higher, buoyed by overnight gains on Wal
TheBull / Posted 10 minutes ago
The Australian share market has opened higher, buoyed by overnight gains on Wall Street and a steady flow of positive local earnings. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 0.4 per cent after the first half-hour of trade on Friday, with most sectors... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Shoppers Value Foods buys out Picayune Winn-Dixie storesShoppers Value Foods is set to acquire two Winn-Dixie stores in Picayune. The
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 11 minutes ago
Shoppers Value Foods is set to acquire two Winn-Dixie stores in Picayune. The stores are included in the acquisition of seven total Winn-Dixie stores in New Orleans and Mississippi from Southeastern Grocers. “We are pleased to have reached an... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Digital radio 'coming of age' as Southern Cross Austereo profits fallSouthern Cross Austereo chief executive Grant Blackley is bullish on digital ra
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 minutes ago
Southern Cross Austereo chief executive Grant Blackley is bullish on digital radio, saying it is "coming of age" and part of its future strategy as it works to turn around its underperforming 2DayFM breakfast show. Net profit for the radio and... Read more
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The Age
Digital radio 'coming of age' as Southern Cross Austereo profits fall"While we don’t expect radio to show the rate of decline being seen in TV anyti
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
"While we don’t expect radio to show the rate of decline being seen in TV anytime soon, it's worth recognising that this is a risk in the medium term," he said. Mr Blackley also said the group's investment in rebranding its regional radio stations,... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Betsy DeVos may make it easier for student loan borrowers in bankruptcySecretary of Education Betsy DeVos Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Related
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 15 minutes ago
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos Related Content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - The Department of Education may make it easier for people filing for bankruptcy to get out of their student loans. Currently, borrowers... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
BlackRock has questions for gun companies after Florida massacreRelated Content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - BlackRock has some questions for gun com
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 15 minutes ago
Related Content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - BlackRock has some questions for gun companies about their response to the school shooting in Florida. The giant investment management company "will be engaging with weapons manufacturers and distributors to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Woolies smashes Coles in salesWOOLWORTHS has reported a 37.6 per cent jump in first-half profit to $969 milli
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 minutes ago
WOOLWORTHS has reported a 37.6 per cent jump in first-half profit to $969 million off the back of continued strong sales growth at its core supermarket business. Comparable food sales in the first six months of the financial year rose 4.9 per cent... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Mercy Health to merge with Bon Secours Health SystemMercy Health will be merging with a Catholic health system based on the east co
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 16 minutes ago
Mercy Health will be merging with a Catholic health system based on the east coast, and that merger is not expected to mean any changes for Mercy Health St. Rita's here in Lima. Mercy Health is merging with Bon Secours Health System. According to... Read more
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WJFW Rhinelander
More homes sold in the Northwoods last year and at higher pricesSubmitted: 02/22/2018 Home sales and home prices in the Northwoods went up in
WJFW Rhinelander / Posted 16 minutes ago
Submitted: 02/22/2018 Home sales and home prices in the Northwoods went up in 2017. The Wisconsin Realtors Association reports about 1,300 more homes sold last year than in 2016 in... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
First National Bank of Omaha to halt production of NRA credit cardThe nation's largest privately owned bank holding company will stop producing c
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 17 minutes ago
The nation's largest privately owned bank holding company will stop producing credit cards for the National Rifle Association in response to customer feedback, a spokesman said Thursday. The Nebraska-based First National Bank of Omaha will not renew... Read more
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