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Northern Daily Leader
Train from Bendigo to Geelong? Not likely, report findsTrain plans and recycled waste water among ideas discussed for Bendigo in repor
Train from Bendigo to Geelong? Not likely, report finds
Northern Daily Leader / Posted a minute ago
Train plans and recycled waste water among ideas discussed for Bendigo in report. Electrification of the Bendigo line is more likely than a route to Geelong, a report has found. Picture: DARREN HOWE A CONNECTED train line from Bendigo to Geelong is... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bauxite miner’s second sale, third comingTasmania's new bauxite miner making progress in tough market. New Tasmanian mi
Bauxite miner’s second sale, third coming
Northern Daily Leader / Posted a minute ago
Tasmania's new bauxite miner making progress in tough market. New Tasmanian miner Australian Bauxite Limited is making progress after hitting market problems. The company, which mines at Bald Hill, near Campbell Town, recently finalised its second... Read more
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Boston Globe
Staples CEO to step downRon Sargent, the CEO of Framingham-based office supplier Staples, will resign n
Staples CEO to step down
Boston Globe / Posted a minute ago
Ron Sargent, the CEO of Framingham-based office supplier Staples, will resign next month, the company announced Tuesday afternoon. Sargent has been the company’s CEO since 2002. He will step down after an annual shareholders meeting on June 14. But... Read more
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The Young Witness
Bauxite miner’s second sale, third comingTasmania's new bauxite miner making progress in tough market. New Tasmanian mi
Bauxite miner’s second sale, third coming
The Young Witness / Posted 4 minutes ago
Tasmania's new bauxite miner making progress in tough market. New Tasmanian miner Australian Bauxite Limited is making progress after hitting market problems. The company, which mines at Bald Hill, near Campbell Town, recently finalised its second... Read more
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The Young Witness
Train from Bendigo to Geelong? Not likely, report findsTrain plans and recycled waste water among ideas discussed for Bendigo in repor
Train from Bendigo to Geelong? Not likely, report finds
The Young Witness / Posted 4 minutes ago
Train plans and recycled waste water among ideas discussed for Bendigo in report. Electrification of the Bendigo line is more likely than a route to Geelong, a report has found. Picture: DARREN HOWE A CONNECTED train line from Bendigo to Geelong is... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Assisted death bill up for final voteDivine Time Wellness Centre & Spa in Dundas, Ontario, provides natural treatmen
Assisted death bill up for final vote
Dundas Star News / Posted 4 minutes ago
Divine Time Wellness Centre & Spa in Dundas, Ontario, provides natural treatments that help... Question: My loved one died suddenly and tragically as a result of the negligence of another... Stoney Creek Dental Group is a family oriented dental... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Staples' CEO to step downStaples' longtime CEO Ron Sargent will be stepping down after the company's ann
Staples' CEO to step down
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 6 minutes ago
Staples' longtime CEO Ron Sargent will be stepping down after the company's annual meeting on June 4, the Framingham, Mass.-based office-supply retailer said Tuesday. Sargent, who has been with Staples for 27 years and CEO since 2002, was to head a... Read more
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Market Watch
Workday's loss widens as expenses climbWorkday Inc. reported Tuesday that its loss widened in the latest quarter as ex
Workday's loss widens as expenses climb
Market Watch / Posted 7 minutes ago
Workday Inc. reported Tuesday that its loss widened in the latest quarter as expenses climbed 37%, though revenue and adjusted earnings came in better than expected. The provider of human-resource and finance software has been posting losses in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Central Bank threatens to delay credit union debit cardsThe Central Bank has threatened to delay the launch of an alternative to bank c
Central Bank threatens to delay credit union debit cards
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
The Central Bank has threatened to delay the launch of an alternative to bank current accounts by 11 credit unions, despite the initiative being announced yesterday. The eleven credit unions revealed plans for a new Mastercard debit account to be... Read more
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The Irish Times
Clones Credit Union wins High Court order over solicitor’s debtA credit union has obtained a High Court order preventing the extension of a so
Clones Credit Union wins High Court order over solicitor’s debt
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
A credit union has obtained a High Court order preventing the extension of a solicitor’s insolvency protection period applying to it in its effort to recover a €203,000 debt from him. Clones Credit Union had objected to a 40-day extension of a... Read more
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The Irish Times
Prices continue to fall in euro zone as core inflation creeps upEuro zone prices continued to fall last month, in defiance of a reinforced Euro
Prices continue to fall in euro zone as core inflation creeps up
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Euro zone prices continued to fall last month, in defiance of a reinforced European Central Bank campaign to spur inflation in the single currency area. Two days before ECB governors gather to set interest rates at a meeting in Vienna, new data... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish consumers spend €850,000 an hour online, report findsIrish consumers are now spending €850,000 an hour online, up 20 per cent on fou
Irish consumers spend €850,000 an hour online, report finds
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Irish consumers are now spending €850,000 an hour online, up 20 per cent on four years ago, making Ireland one of the fastest growing digital economies in the world. The figure was contained in one of two reports, published on Tuesday by Minister... Read more
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Salon.com
Boeing and Medtronic skid, Allergan and Biogen gain groundNEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday: All
Boeing and Medtronic skid, Allergan and Biogen gain ground
Salon.com / Posted 9 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday: Allergan PLC, down 19 cents to $235.75 Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said he recently bought a “large” stake in the Botox maker. Westar Energy Inc., up $3.41 to... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Boyd Gaming sells its 50 percent stake in Borgata to MGMATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) ��� Boyd Gaming said Tuesday it is selling its 50 perc
Boyd Gaming sells its 50 percent stake in Borgata to MGM
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 9 minutes ago
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) ��� Boyd Gaming said Tuesday it is selling its 50 percent stake in Atlantic City's top casino to MGM Resorts International, the company that owns the other half. It will get $900 million, plus half of any future tax... Read more
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Investopedia
Why High Net Worth Women Need a Wealth ManagerWomen are the primary breadwinners in 40% of American households and many of th
Why High Net Worth Women Need a Wealth Manager
Investopedia / Posted 9 minutes ago
Women are the primary breadwinners in 40% of American households and many of them are accumulating substantial assets as a result. In the United States alone, women control $14 trillion in personal wealth and that number is expected to grow to $22... Read more
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Investopedia
Societe Generale Predicts Three Economic Black Swans for This YearA double drag from the uncertainty caused by Britain’s exit from the European U
Societe Generale Predicts Three Economic Black Swans for This Year
Investopedia / Posted 9 minutes ago
A double drag from the uncertainty caused by Britain’s exit from the European Union and the rise of political far right parties will be the biggest economic risk this year, according to French Bank Societe Generale. The bank detailed its Swan chart... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
6 big stocks make lots of hay in MaySome investors think they need to bail out in May. But those who stuck around m
6 big stocks make lots of hay in May
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 9 minutes ago
Some investors think they need to bail out in May. But those who stuck around made hay on surprisingly big winners. Six stocks in the Standard & Poor's 500, including computer graphics company Nvidia (NVDA), energy company Oneok (OKE) and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Dollar slides lower with oil prices | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Search
Dollar slides lower with oil prices
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 minutes ago
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Daily Telegraph
Finance news you need to know today | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Search
Finance news you need to know today
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 minutes ago
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Daily Telegraph
Australian market set to open lower | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Search
Australian market set to open lower
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 minutes ago
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Deseret News
Deseret News issues statement on sale of Salt Lake TribuneThe Deseret News issued the following statement on the sale of the Salt Lake Tr
Deseret News issues statement on sale of Salt Lake Tribune
Deseret News / Posted 10 minutes ago
The Deseret News issued the following statement on the sale of the Salt Lake Tribune: SALT LAKE CITY — As the sale of the Salt Lake Tribune from Digital First Media (DFM) to Paul Huntsman closed today, we would like to congratulate both parties. As... Read more
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Canberra Times
Investors await GDP dataLocal shares are set to open slightly down on Wednesday, after worse than expec
Investors await GDP data
Canberra Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
Local shares are set to open slightly down on Wednesday, after worse than expected consumer confidence data in the United States weighed on Wall Street. However, all eyes will be on the Australian Bureau of Statistics, which releases first quarter... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
6 big stocks make lots of hay in MaySome investors think they need to bail out in May. But those who stuck around m
6 big stocks make lots of hay in May
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 11 minutes ago
Some investors think they need to bail out in May. But those who stuck around made hay on surprisingly big winners. Six stocks in the Standard & Poor's 500, including computer graphics company Nvidia (NVDA), energy company Oneok (OKE) and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Train from Bendigo to Geelong? Not likely, report findsTrain plans and recycled waste water among ideas discussed for Bendigo in repor
Train from Bendigo to Geelong? Not likely, report finds
Western Advocate / Posted 12 minutes ago
Train plans and recycled waste water among ideas discussed for Bendigo in report. Electrification of the Bendigo line is more likely than a route to Geelong, a report has found. Picture: DARREN HOWE A CONNECTED train line from Bendigo to Geelong is... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bauxite miner’s second sale, third comingTasmania's new bauxite miner making progress in tough market. New Tasmanian mi
Bauxite miner’s second sale, third coming
Western Advocate / Posted 12 minutes ago
Tasmania's new bauxite miner making progress in tough market. New Tasmanian miner Australian Bauxite Limited is making progress after hitting market problems. The company, which mines at Bald Hill, near Campbell Town, recently finalised its second... Read more
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Accounting Today
How Blockchain Will Change Business TransactionsYou may have heard people talking about blockchain technology, but how does it
How Blockchain Will Change Business Transactions
Accounting Today / Posted 12 minutes ago
You may have heard people talking about blockchain technology, but how does it work and what does it mean for tax compliance? Today, we are witnessing a potentially profound change in the underlying technology for conducting business transactions.... Read more
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My EastText
Venezuela is running out of everything: Bread, sugar, toilet paper...Venezuela is running out of just about everything. Food, medicine, electricity,
Venezuela is running out of everything: Bread, sugar, toilet paper...
My EastText / Posted 13 minutes ago
Venezuela is running out of just about everything. Food, medicine, electricity, toilet paper, condoms -- you name it. And over the weekend at least two large international airlines -- Lufthansa and LATAM -- said they will suspend service to... Read more
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Business Standard India
Chidambarams worth Rs 95 croreCongress leader and former Union minister P Chidambaram, his wife and family ha
Chidambarams worth Rs 95 crore
Business Standard India / Posted 13 minutes ago
Congress leader and former Union minister P Chidambaram, his wife and family have assets worth Rs 95 crore, according to an affidavit filed by him on Tuesday to contest the Rajya Sabha election. Chidambaram has filed nomination papers for the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Buffett awaits $8 billion of 'bad news' with Kraft Heinz payment"That will be good news for Kraft Heinz," he wrote in his most recent annual le
Buffett awaits $8 billion of 'bad news' with Kraft Heinz payment
Business Standard India / Posted 13 minutes ago
"That will be good news for Kraft Heinz," he wrote in his most recent annual letter to shareholders, "and bad news for Berkshire." It's easy to see why. The packaged food giant is paying Buffett's company 9 per cent, or $720 million annually, on the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Audi, Porsche help Volkswagen limit scandal falloutVolkswagen's underlying profit fell less than expected in the first quarter as
Audi, Porsche help Volkswagen limit scandal fallout
Business Standard India / Posted 13 minutes ago
Volkswagen's underlying profit fell less than expected in the first quarter as demand for upmarket Audi and Porsche models helped to offset a hit to VW sales from its emissions test cheating scandal. Europe's biggest carmaker said on Tuesday... Read more
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