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KVUE-TV Austin
Apple, 11 others blow past $100 barrierWant to buy Apple (AAPL) stock? You'd better bring a "Benjamin." Shares of the
Apple, 11 others blow past $100 barrier
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted moments ago
Want to buy Apple (AAPL) stock? You'd better bring a "Benjamin." Shares of the gadget maker Thursday pulled back above the $100-a-share barrier joining 11 other stocks in the Standard & Poor's 500 to do the same. Video streamer Netflix (NFLX),... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Sweet spots for redeeming Delta SkyMilesAfter its recent restructuring of SkyMiles, Delta also overhauled the program’s
Sweet spots for redeeming Delta SkyMiles
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted moments ago
After its recent restructuring of SkyMiles, Delta also overhauled the program’s website. Removing the award chart spurred a slew of complaints, but Delta improved the search capabilities, added a calendar view to easily compare prices over the course... Read more
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Pacific Coast Business Times
Deckers Brands CEO retiring; earnings per share nose diveGoleta-based Deckers Brands beat quarterly revenue estimates but still posted a
Deckers Brands CEO retiring; earnings per share nose dive
Pacific Coast Business Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Goleta-based Deckers Brands beat quarterly revenue estimates but still posted a loss of 73 cents per share when the company reported fourth quarter and fiscal year 2016 earnings results May 26 as unseasonably warm weather ate into profit... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Gilbert suggests Detroit to benefit in Yahoo bidComments drew applause from audience of Detroit entrepreneur-types. Businessma
Gilbert suggests Detroit to benefit in Yahoo bid
Detroit Free Press / Posted 3 minutes ago
Comments drew applause from audience of Detroit entrepreneur-types. Businessman Dan Gilbert excited an audience today by suggesting that the city of Detroit could benefit from his bid to buy Internet company Yahoo. While he moderated a panel... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Abano Goes Unconditional on Sale of Audiology ShareholdingFriday, 27 May 2016, 10:14 amPress Release: Abano Healthcare Group Limited Aban
Abano Goes Unconditional on Sale of Audiology Shareholding
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 minutes ago
Friday, 27 May 2016, 10:14 amPress Release: Abano Healthcare Group Limited Abano Healthcare Group (NZX: ABA) has advised that the $32... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Trilogy more than doubles annual profit on soaring sales, CS purchaseTrilogy International [NZX:TIL], which yesterday said it bought a stake in a Ch
Trilogy more than doubles annual profit on soaring sales, CS purchase
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 minutes ago
Trilogy International [NZX:TIL], which yesterday said it bought a stake in a Chilean rosehip producer, more than doubled annual profit as sales of its skincare and home fragrance products soared and it benefited from the acquisition of cosmetics and... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Wall St falls as two-day rally endsMajor US stock indexes pulled back slightly in light trading after two days of
Wall St falls as two-day rally ends
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 minutes ago
Major US stock indexes pulled back slightly in light trading after two days of gains. Crude oil prices failed to stay above $US50 a barrel, spurring declines in the materials and energy sectors. Utilities, telecommunications and consumer... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Abano gains NZX waiver over sale of half stake in Bay International; deal unconditionalAbano Healthcare Group's [NZX: ABA] sale of its 50% stake in Bay International
Abano gains NZX waiver over sale of half stake in Bay International; deal unconditional
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 minutes ago
Abano Healthcare Group's [NZX: ABA] sale of its 50% stake in Bay International has been declared unconditional after the NZX granted a waiver that meant the deal doesn't need to go to a shareholder vote. The healthcare investor has agreed to sell... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
F&P Healthcare annual profit jumps 27%Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, the medical device maker, beat its forecast for ann
F&P Healthcare annual profit jumps 27%
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 minutes ago
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, the medical device maker, beat its forecast for annual profit, boosting revenue and margins, and said it expected to post new records in the coming year. Net profit jumped 27% to a record $143.4 million in the year ended... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Finance news you need to know todayDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Picture: John Locher/AP HER
Finance news you need to know today
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 minutes ago
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Picture: John Locher/AP HERE are seven things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY — The Australian dollar is strengthening on pessimism about a US rate hike in June. At 0700 AEST... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Budget – positive steps for NZ’s planning futureFriday, 27 May 2016, 10:21 amPress Release: Make Lemonade May 27, 2016The New Z
Budget – positive steps for NZ’s planning future
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 minutes ago
Friday, 27 May 2016, 10:21 amPress Release: Make Lemonade May 27, 2016The New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) has hailed the Budget’s $2.1 billion... Read more
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CNBC
Bought Netflix or Time Warner on Apple rumors? Get your head checkedThat is what Cramer classified as the textbook definition of sloppiness. Anoth
Bought Netflix or Time Warner on Apple rumors? Get your head checked
CNBC / Posted 6 minutes ago
That is what Cramer classified as the textbook definition of sloppiness. Another example of sloppiness was with trading oil. Cramer has repeatedly warned investors since crude was in the $30s that when oil gets to $50 a barrel, it could run out of... Read more
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CNBC
S&P could hit 2,250 this summer, technician predictsSteve Grasso, director of institutional sales at Stuart Frankel and a "Fast Mon
S&P could hit 2,250 this summer, technician predicts
CNBC / Posted 6 minutes ago
Steve Grasso, director of institutional sales at Stuart Frankel and a "Fast Money" trader, isn't biting yet. While "this thing can always actually pop higher," he's watching the old S&P high of 2,134, he told "Closing Bell." "Until you take out that... Read more
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CNBC
Oracle, Ulta, Western Digital & more"The merger transaction faces both industry and legal headwinds, with weaker co
Oracle, Ulta, Western Digital & more
CNBC / Posted 6 minutes ago
"The merger transaction faces both industry and legal headwinds, with weaker commodity prices and lower expected commercial synergies that have decreased from about $2 billion to $126 million as key drivers of the revised credit measures," S&P... Read more
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CNBC
This is what makes OPEC even less relevantBlanch said all the world producers have been feeling the pinch of low prices,
This is what makes OPEC even less relevant
CNBC / Posted 6 minutes ago
Blanch said all the world producers have been feeling the pinch of low prices, some more than others. "The cracks are happening … whether it's Venezuela or other countries. The pressures are going to build. We're seeing a lot of countries that are... Read more
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CNBC
Here's what traders will be watching before they head to the beachStocks closed mixed Thursday, with the S&P 500 less than a point lower at 2,090
Here's what traders will be watching before they head to the beach
CNBC / Posted 6 minutes ago
Stocks closed mixed Thursday, with the S&P 500 less than a point lower at 2,090, a key resistance level. The Dow was off 23 at 17,828, while the Nasdaq ended higher up 6 at 4,901. Oil crossed above $50 for the first time in seven months, but slipped,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Waste water treatment, desalination boost on cards in WAWater Corp plans waste water treatment expansion, increased desalination The W
Waste water treatment, desalination boost on cards in WA
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 minutes ago
Water Corp plans waste water treatment expansion, increased desalination The Water Corporation is considering investing in Western Australia's desalination plants to increase their capacity, but an expansion of the use of recycled wastewater for... Read more
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Northwest Herald
$50 oil shouldn't pose major threat to consumers, economyYet the arrival of higher energy prices isn't necessarily bad news for consumer
$50 oil shouldn't pose major threat to consumers, economy
Northwest Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Yet the arrival of higher energy prices isn't necessarily bad news for consumers — at least not yet. Analysts expect gasoline and airline fares to stay relatively low at least through the summer travel season. And most think the economy can withstand... Read more
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NBC News
Hispanic Caucus Wrestles With Puerto Rico Bill's ShortcomingsThe Obama administration worked Thursday to solidify Democratic backing of the
Hispanic Caucus Wrestles With Puerto Rico Bill's Shortcomings
NBC News / Posted 8 minutes ago
The Obama administration worked Thursday to solidify Democratic backing of the Puerto Rico debt bill, but met some resistance in the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. Antonio Weiss, counselor the Treasury secretary, met with the caucus in its weekly... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Wood Buffalo Housing sets re-entry role straightWood Buffalo Housing and Development Corporation acting CEO Greg Elsasser spent
Wood Buffalo Housing sets re-entry role straight
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 8 minutes ago
Wood Buffalo Housing and Development Corporation acting CEO Greg Elsasser spent Wednesday’s council meeting trying to tamp down “unrealistic expectations” of what the housing non-profit can provide to evacuees in the first weeks of return. Wood... Read more
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Brisbane Times
RBA chief Glenn Stevens calls out Canberra's real estate spruikersBut it shouldn't be overlooked that he still delivered two sharp slaps: one at
RBA chief Glenn Stevens calls out Canberra's real estate spruikers
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
But it shouldn't be overlooked that he still delivered two sharp slaps: one at the lack of a plan for getting the budget deficit under control, the other at the real estate spruiker antics of the prime minister and his treasurer. Malcolm Turnbull... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Oil dips after hitting $US50 a barrel as glut worries resurfaceOil prices hit $US50 a barrel on Thursday for the first time in seven months, t
Oil dips after hitting $US50 a barrel as glut worries resurface
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
Oil prices hit $US50 a barrel on Thursday for the first time in seven months, then bounced below that level and settled lower on the day as investors worried robust price gains could encourage more output and add to the global glut. Wildfires in... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Sweet spots for redeeming Delta SkyMilesAfter its recent restructuring of SkyMiles, Delta also overhauled the program’s
Sweet spots for redeeming Delta SkyMiles
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 9 minutes ago
After its recent restructuring of SkyMiles, Delta also overhauled the program’s website. Removing the award chart spurred a slew of complaints, but Delta improved the search capabilities, added a calendar view to easily compare prices over the course... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Apple, 11 others blow past $100 barrierWant to buy Apple (AAPL) stock? You'd better bring a "Benjamin." Shares of the
Apple, 11 others blow past $100 barrier
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 9 minutes ago
Want to buy Apple (AAPL) stock? You'd better bring a "Benjamin." Shares of the gadget maker Thursday pulled back above the $100-a-share barrier joining 11 other stocks in the Standard & Poor's 500 to do the same. Video streamer Netflix (NFLX),... Read more
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The Indian Express
Beyond IT/BPO, new jobs not being created: 2/3 of record FDI only in servicesThe data would have been worse had it not been for the IT/BPO sector, where the
Beyond IT/BPO, new jobs not being created: 2/3 of record FDI only in services
The Indian Express / Posted 9 minutes ago
The data would have been worse had it not been for the IT/BPO sector, where the employment surge during the last four quarters was higher than all the other eight-labour intensive sectors put together. (File/Reuters) A significant share of the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Dairy farmers forum to educate consumers about crisisTHE recent outpouring of community support for struggling dairy farmers was the
Dairy farmers forum to educate consumers about crisis
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 minutes ago
THE recent outpouring of community support for struggling dairy farmers was the catalyst for Toowoomba Farmers Market founder Fiona May to do her part to help. The result is a crisis forum to be held tomorrow on site at the Toowoomba Farmers Market... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
State credit rating rises to highest levelBy Jamie Mcgee, USA TODAY NETWORK The Tennessean Tennessee's credit rating wit
State credit rating rises to highest level
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 13 minutes ago
By Jamie Mcgee, USA TODAY NETWORK The Tennessean Tennessee's credit rating with Standard and Poor's Ratings Services climbed to the highest level, giving the state's debt a top rating from all of the three major agencies. Citing a strengthening... Read more
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The Age
RBA chief Glenn Stevens calls out Canberra's real estate spruikersMalcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison were not shy about talking up the leveraged
RBA chief Glenn Stevens calls out Canberra's real estate spruikers
The Age / Posted 13 minutes ago
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison were not shy about talking up the leveraged version of the Australian dream. Photo: Michele Mossop But it shouldn't be overlooked that he still delivered two sharp slaps: one at the lack of a plan for getting the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
RBA chief Glenn Stevens calls out Canberra's real estate spruikersMalcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison were not shy about talking up the leveraged
RBA chief Glenn Stevens calls out Canberra's real estate spruikers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 minutes ago
Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison were not shy about talking up the leveraged version of the Australian dream. Photo: Michele Mossop But it shouldn't be overlooked that he still delivered two sharp slaps: one at the lack of a plan for getting the... Read more
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Langley Times
McGregor Says: Don't sell the family farmI was putting my garbage out at the side of the road in my Brookswood neighbour
McGregor Says: Don't sell the family farm
Langley Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
I was putting my garbage out at the side of the road in my Brookswood neighbourhood when a Lexus stopped and a tinted window slid down. An Asian gentleman asked, “Are you moving?” “No,” I laughed, “I’m putting my garbage out.” “Do you want to sell... Read more
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