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The Seattle Times
How the incredible shrinking stock market affects your fundNEW YORK — More companies don’t want you, or any other investor, to buy their s
How the incredible shrinking stock market affects your fund
The Seattle Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
NEW YORK — More companies don’t want you, or any other investor, to buy their stock. Instead of listing their shares on a stock exchange, businesses are going private or never going public in the first place. Security company ADT, for example,... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Saving the big box: Inside the plan to revive Toys R UsDave Brandon has been inside a Toys R Us in Secaucus, N.J., for all of five min
Saving the big box: Inside the plan to revive Toys R Us
The Seattle Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
Dave Brandon has been inside a Toys R Us in Secaucus, N.J., for all of five minutes before he spots a problem. At the entrance, there’s a display of small cardboard bins filled with $1 playthings that look messy, and even worse — cheap. “It kind of... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Hanjin bankruptcy is the tip of the iceberg for flailing shippersLOS ANGELES — For the last five years, top shipping companies pushed forward wi
Hanjin bankruptcy is the tip of the iceberg for flailing shippers
The Seattle Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
LOS ANGELES — For the last five years, top shipping companies pushed forward with fat investments in more and bigger vessels, even as signs of trouble piled up. The goal was to shore up profits by doing business on a larger scale as global trade... Read more
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The Seattle Times
ETF investors who turn into stock jockeysPatrick O’Shaughnessy says that fund investors may feel better about themselves
ETF investors who turn into stock jockeys
The Seattle Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Patrick O’Shaughnessy says that fund investors may feel better about themselves buying exchange-traded funds built to be “smarter,” but they’re making the same dumb mistakes that shareholders have been making for decades. While not alone in his... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Zim must now stand on its own: Chinamasa Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Friday hinted that Zimbabwe had been a
Zim must now stand on its own: Chinamasa
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 10 minutes ago
Finance minister, Patrick Chinamasa on Friday hinted that Zimbabwe had been abandoned by the international financial institutions on whom it had pinned its hopes for economic revival and was now literally on... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Good supply chain practices improve performance Supply chain management theory underscores that, the success of the firm is n
Good supply chain practices improve performance
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 10 minutes ago
Supply chain management theory underscores that, the success of the firm is not entirely dependent on its own activities. Objectives of the network partners should be aligned and in sync to meet and... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Cash shortages cripple mobile money The prevailing cash shortages have suffocated mobile money subscribers, who a
Cash shortages cripple mobile money
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 10 minutes ago
The prevailing cash shortages have suffocated mobile money subscribers, who are failing to get their money or do cash-out transactions. BY VICTORIA MTOMBA The crisis, which now makes it almost impossible for... Read more
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The Zimbabwe Standard
Bond notes unnerve potential investors The impending bond notes appear to have scared away prospective investors who
Bond notes unnerve potential investors
The Zimbabwe Standard / Posted 10 minutes ago
The impending bond notes appear to have scared away prospective investors who have now adopted a wait-and-see attitude — waiting to see how the market will react to the pseudo currency. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA In... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US electionsLocal shares are set to take a breather on Monday following last week's strong
ASX recovery rally set to fizzle as focus shifts to US elections
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 minutes ago
Local shares are set to take a breather on Monday following last week's strong recovery rally and as investors start focusing on the United States elections in a week low on market-moving economic data. Sharemarket futures are indicating a fall of... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Budget cuts doom state parks to disrepairThe sweat dripped onto the collar of Frank Dyer’s half-open jeans shirt in the
Budget cuts doom state parks to disrepair
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 22 minutes ago
The sweat dripped onto the collar of Frank Dyer’s half-open jeans shirt in the fields around Skylands Manor in Ringwood State Park as he and three other volunteers cleared brush and spread mulch in a sprawling lilac garden. It was punishing work on... Read more
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Daily Mail
Yahoo knew back in July that company was investigating possible hack'Marissa was aware absolutely': Yahoo chief 'knew back in July that company was
Yahoo knew back in July that company was investigating possible hack
Daily Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
'Marissa was aware absolutely': Yahoo chief 'knew back in July that company was investigating a security breach' - but only disclosed it to regulators and potential buyer Verizon this week CEO Marissa Mayer was aware of initial probe into... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
End in sight for dairy slump after Fonterra upgradeFonterra reported a record annual profit of $834m last week and expects earning
End in sight for dairy slump after Fonterra upgrade
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 27 minutes ago
Fonterra reported a record annual profit of $834m last week and expects earnings to increase further still in the current year. A bumper profit and a milk price upgrade from Fonterra has raised hopes that the dairy slump may finally be coming to an... Read more
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Daily Press
Unconventional yard sale moves into Hilton VillageEveryone must start somewhere, and an unfortunate work accident caused the Mayb
Unconventional yard sale moves into Hilton Village
Daily Press / Posted 27 minutes ago
Everyone must start somewhere, and an unfortunate work accident caused the Mayberry family to start over, beginning what is now the Yard Sale store in Hilton Village. Starting in a small storage locker, the family owned and operated antique store... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Free online registration service now open for PH seafarers New seafarers will now be required to register for free online as the Philipp
Free online registration service now open for PH seafarers
Manila Bulletin / Posted 54 minutes ago
New seafarers will now be required to register for free online as the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) launches its website. Last Monday, POEA finally issued its... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Sterling hails Guardiola's impactGS: "In 1978 and 1979, lawyer and First Lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham engaged
Sterling hails Guardiola's impact
Yahoo Sports / Posted an hour ago
GS: "In 1978 and 1979, lawyer and First Lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham engaged in a series of trades of cattle futures contracts. Her initial $1,000 investment had generated nearly $100,000 when she stopped trading after ten months. In 1994, after... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Team Europe relishes unexpected spot in World Cup semifinalsGS: "In 1978 and 1979, lawyer and First Lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham engaged
Team Europe relishes unexpected spot in World Cup semifinals
Yahoo Sports / Posted an hour ago
GS: "In 1978 and 1979, lawyer and First Lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham engaged in a series of trades of cattle futures contracts. Her initial $1,000 investment had generated nearly $100,000 when she stopped trading after ten months. In 1994, after... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Rooney dropped for Leicester City clashGS: "In 1978 and 1979, lawyer and First Lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham engaged
Rooney dropped for Leicester City clash
Yahoo Sports / Posted an hour ago
GS: "In 1978 and 1979, lawyer and First Lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham engaged in a series of trades of cattle futures contracts. Her initial $1,000 investment had generated nearly $100,000 when she stopped trading after ten months. In 1994, after... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Briefly in businessGeorgia company buys United Copper Industries While financial figures were not
Briefly in business
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
Georgia company buys United Copper Industries While financial figures were not disclosed, Southwire Co. of Carrollton, Georgia, recently bought Denton’s United Copper Industries. Southwire produces wire and cable, and with the buy the company will... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Indian printer named in fraud mail racket in USWASHINGTON: US authorities have named an Indian printer in a multi-country mail
Indian printer named in fraud mail racket in US
Hindustantimes.com / Posted an hour ago
WASHINGTON: US authorities have named an Indian printer in a multi-country mailing scam that targeted the elderly and vulnerable by offering them millions of dollars in cash prize or reward in return for a small processing fee. According to the... Read more
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dna
Old fair, new outlookIt was a big announcement but the Indian art world has mixed feelings about how
Old fair, new outlook
dna / Posted an hour ago
It was a big announcement but the Indian art world has mixed feelings about how Swiss exhibition organisers MCH's acquisition of a 60 per cent controlling stake in India Art Fair (IAF) will pan out in the days to come. "Much will depend on the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tech firms eyeing $16 billion sale of TwitterTwitter Inc is in talks with several technology companies to explore selling it
Tech firms eyeing $16 billion sale of Twitter
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
Twitter Inc is in talks with several technology companies to explore selling itself, a person familiar with the matter says, signalling the start of what is likely to be a slow-rolling auction of the high-profile but money-losing social media... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
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Peoria Fine Art Fair returns with small changes that signal big intentions
Peoria Journal Star / Posted an hour ago
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Jackson County Pilot
Jackson County PilotThe second is it’s the last of exactly what the local ambulance service wants.
Jackson County Pilot
Jackson County Pilot / Posted an hour ago
The second is it’s the last of exactly what the local ambulance service wants. “Our provider called and informed us that they are down to the last one,” Dunlavey informed the council. “The issue is that they are not making this anymore and the new... Read more
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asianage
NDA govt pumps funds to woo UP ahead of electionsUnion Home Minister Rajnath Singh (Photo: PTI) With elections approaching, it’
NDA govt pumps funds to woo UP ahead of elections
asianage / Posted 2 hours ago
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh (Photo: PTI) With elections approaching, it’s pouring funds in Uttar Pradesh. In the wake of high-stake Assembly elections scheduled for next year, the BJP-led government in Delhi is pushing major development and... Read more
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The Morning Call
Can sin taxes prop up Pa.'s budget?Pennsylvania lawmakers return to the Capitol on Monday to begin putting the fin
Can sin taxes prop up Pa.'s budget?
The Morning Call / Posted 2 hours ago
Pennsylvania lawmakers return to the Capitol on Monday to begin putting the finishing touches on a $31.6 billion budget that isn't balanced just yet. Here's how you can help: Start drinking, smoking and gambling. This year's budget is propped up by... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Fall production sales start upA number of heritage fall bull and production sales across West Texas kick off
Fall production sales start up
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 2 hours ago
A number of heritage fall bull and production sales across West Texas kick off in upcoming weeks and similar to recent years, the offering features outstanding performance-tested cattle suited for rough terrain country. ISA CATTLE COMPANY The 55th... Read more
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The Age
Tech firms eyeing $16 billion sale of TwitterTwitter Inc is in talks with several technology companies to explore selling it
Tech firms eyeing $16 billion sale of Twitter
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
Twitter Inc is in talks with several technology companies to explore selling itself, a person familiar with the matter says, signalling the start of what is likely to be a slow-rolling auction of the high-profile but money-losing social media... Read more
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News.com.au
Homeless housed from NSW property sell-offHundreds of homeless and disadvantaged people now have a roof over their heads
Homeless housed from NSW property sell-off
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
Hundreds of homeless and disadvantaged people now have a roof over their heads as dwellings built from the sales of valuable NSW properties are completed. Nearly 650 dwellings have been completed or are being constructed around Sydney after the NSW... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
BOP bumped to 2nd in economic surveyTauranga Chamber of Commerce CEO Stan Gregec. Photo/File After five quarters a
BOP bumped to 2nd in economic survey
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
Tauranga Chamber of Commerce CEO Stan Gregec. Photo/File After five quarters at the top of the regional economic confidence rankings, the Bay of Plenty has been bumped to second place in the Westpac McDermott Miller September quarterly survey.... Read more
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New York Post
Building owner refused to rent office space to Hillary ClintonNo Clintons allowed! That’s what Hillary Clinton found out when she planned to
Building owner refused to rent office space to Hillary Clinton
New York Post / Posted 2 hours ago
No Clintons allowed! That’s what Hillary Clinton found out when she planned to rent office space in a tony midtown tower after she stepped down as Secretary of State. Clinton had reached an agreement in 2014 to sublease the entire 32nd floor at 444... Read more
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