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The New Zealand Herald
18 state houses sold on West CoastHousing New Zealand has sold 18 state houses on the West Coast over the past fo
18 state houses sold on West Coast
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a minute ago
Housing New Zealand has sold 18 state houses on the West Coast over the past four years netting $2,852,600. A Housing NZ spokesman said four were in Westport, two each in Reefton and Hokitika with the other 10 in Greymouth. He said there was low... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Government to raise underfire Overseas Investment Office feesJohn Key said the OIO needed more resources so it could check that investors we
Government to raise underfire Overseas Investment Office fees
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a minute ago
John Key said the OIO needed more resources so it could check that investors were following through with their promises. Photo / Doug Sherring The Government says it is hiking the fees for foreign investment applications to help the Overseas... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
TDD board meets at 4 p.m. todayThe Neosho Transportation Development District (TDD) board of directors will co
TDD board meets at 4 p.m. today
The Neosho Daily News / Posted a minute ago
The Neosho Transportation Development District (TDD) board of directors will consider approval of the payoff of a Southwest Missouri Bank loan of $100,000 at today’s 4 p.m. meeting in the Hale McGinty Business Development Center, 216 W. Spring... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Australia's Murray Goulburn loses 3rd director after downgradeAustralian dairy giant Murray Goulburn has lost its third director in the after
Australia's Murray Goulburn loses 3rd director after downgrade
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a minute ago
Australian dairy giant Murray Goulburn has lost its third director in the aftermath of last week's profit downgrade while its ASX-traded units have almost halved in value. The co-operative, which competes head-to-head with New Zealand's Fonterra... Read more
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New York Post
New York Times’ ad sales continue to dropThe New York Times tumbled on Tuesday after an increase in paid digital subscri
New York Times’ ad sales continue to drop
New York Post / Posted 2 minutes ago
The New York Times tumbled on Tuesday after an increase in paid digital subscriptions in the first quarter failed to offset slippage on both the print and digital advertising fronts. The company said it added 67,000 digital subscribers in the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Asian stocks fall 2nd day on global growth concernFILE - This July 9, 2015, file photo, shows a Wall Street sign near the New Yor
Asian stocks fall 2nd day on global growth concern
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 minutes ago
FILE - This July 9, 2015, file photo, shows a Wall Street sign near the New York Stock Exchange. A weak Chinese manufacturing survey weighed on European markets Tuesday, May 3, 2016. Australia's stock index was the standout performer after the... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
I-475/U.S. 23 exit ramp to close in PerrysburgBORDERLAND BLADE STAFF An exit ramp on northbound I-475/​U.S. 23 in Perrysbur
I-475/U.S. 23 exit ramp to close in Perrysburg
The Toledo Blade / Posted 5 minutes ago
BORDERLAND BLADE STAFF An exit ramp on northbound I-475/​U.S. 23 in Perrysburg will be closed Thursday night for construction. The exit to State Rt. 25 will be closed from 10 p.m. Thursday until 6 a.m.... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Trucks, SUVs drive solid April sales Major automakers set records for month BLADE STAFF AND NEWS SERVICES DETROIT
Trucks, SUVs drive solid April sales
The Toledo Blade / Posted 5 minutes ago
Major automakers set records for month BLADE STAFF AND NEWS SERVICES DETROIT — America’s love of trucks and SUVs helped push most automakers to healthy sales gains last month as Honda Motor Co. and Nissan Motor... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
St. Luke’s Hospital set to be divestedLOCAL HEALTH CARE ProMedica files plan with Federal Trade Commission St. Luke’
St. Luke’s Hospital set to be divested
The Toledo Blade / Posted 5 minutes ago
LOCAL HEALTH CARE ProMedica files plan with Federal Trade Commission St. Luke’s Hospital may soon turn back the clock and return to operating as an independent hospital. ProMedica submitted a formal application... Read more
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Boston Herald
The TickerCo. plans 64 units in East Boston A Brighton company has proposed building a 6
The Ticker
Boston Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Co. plans 64 units in East Boston A Brighton company has proposed building a 64-unit residential building in East Boston. City Realty Management’s plans call for demolishing the commercial buildings at 301-323 Border St. to make way for a six-story... Read more
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Times of Malta
HSBC faces dividend questions as first-quarter profit decreasesProspects for higher dividends at HSBC dimmed yesterday after Europe’s biggest
HSBC faces dividend questions as first-quarter profit decreases
Times of Malta / Posted 9 minutes ago
Prospects for higher dividends at HSBC dimmed yesterday after Europe’s biggest bank reported a 14 per cent drop in quarterly profit and flat capital reserves. While the drop in first quarter profit was less than expected, HSBC’s key capital ratio... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Whole Foods' co-CEO says business is 'inherently socially responsible' — here's why that's wrongBEVERLY HILLS — Yesterday, I moderated a panel at the Milken Global Conference
Whole Foods' co-CEO says business is 'inherently socially responsible' — here's why that's wrong
Stamford Advocate / Posted 9 minutes ago
BEVERLY HILLS — Yesterday, I moderated a panel at the Milken Global Conference featuring founders of companies with social missions. One panelist was John Mackey, the co-founder and co-CEO of Whole Foods Market. Mackey made a bold claim: "Business... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Point of interest: Construction begins on new Harbor Point apartmentsCorner of Washington Boulevard and Atlantic Street: Developer Building and Land
Point of interest: Construction begins on new Harbor Point apartments
Stamford Advocate / Posted 9 minutes ago
Corner of Washington Boulevard and Atlantic Street: Developer Building and Land Technology has started construction on two interconnected 16-story towers with a total of 391 apartments down in Harbor Point. According to Ted Ferrarone, chief operating... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
China tech down rounds: Down and out?AVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provi
China tech down rounds: Down and out?
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 9 minutes ago
AVCJ Database is the ultimate link between Asian dealmakers and those who provide advisory, financial, legal and technological services to the private equity, venture capital and M&A industries. It is packed with facts and figures on more than... Read more
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Asian Venture Capital Journal
LPs and emerging markets: Expectations gameFor the first time since the question started being asked five years ago, two A
LPs and emerging markets: Expectations game
Asian Venture Capital Journal / Posted 9 minutes ago
For the first time since the question started being asked five years ago, two Asian markets were identified as the most attractive destinations for GP investment over the next 12 months by respondents in EMPEA's annual LP survey. For Southeast Asia,... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Abercrombie & Fitch’s former competition is on the brink of bankruptcyIn the early aughts, Aeropostale was a staple for teens. It was less expensive
Abercrombie & Fitch’s former competition is on the brink of bankruptcy
Stamford Advocate / Posted 9 minutes ago
In the early aughts, Aeropostale was a staple for teens. It was less expensive than its racy mall competitor Abercrombie & Fitch, and it wasn't as bohemian as American Eagle. But Aeropostale is — and has been — a sinking ship. It had been... Read more
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The Economic Times
Sistema Asia Fund invests in Seclore founded by ex-IITiansKOLKATA: Sistema Asia Fund has invested in Seclore, a Mumbai-based technology f
Sistema Asia Fund invests in Seclore founded by ex-IITians
The Economic Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
KOLKATA: Sistema Asia Fund has invested in Seclore, a Mumbai-based technology firm co-founded by ex-IITians Vishal Gupta and Abhijit Tannu. The proprietary venture capital fund of Russian conglomerate Sistema JSFC has provided $12 million of Series... Read more
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The Economic Times
TRACK SENSEX, NIFTY LIVE: Who moved my market today - The Economic TimesThe losses on the index were led by ICICI Bank, Tata Motors, Adani Ports, TCS a
TRACK SENSEX, NIFTY LIVE: Who moved my market today - The Economic Times
The Economic Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
The losses on the index were led by ICICI Bank, Tata Motors, Adani Ports, TCS and L&T. The 50-share NSE barometer Nifty also traded below its crucial support level of 7,750 weighed down by losses in banking, auto, FMCG and metal stocks. The Federal... Read more
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The Economic Times
Bull market far from over: Ajay Bagga, market expertIn a chat with ET Now, Ajay Bagga, market expert, says that it is time to look
Bull market far from over: Ajay Bagga, market expert
The Economic Times / Posted 9 minutes ago
In a chat with ET Now, Ajay Bagga, market expert, says that it is time to look really at fundamental investments again in the Indian market. Edited excerptsET Now: Do you think that with all that is happening in the currency markets, the dollar is... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
TVA faces new era of stagnant power demandFor the first time in its 83-year history, the Tennessee Valley Authority is de
TVA faces new era of stagnant power demand
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 11 minutes ago
For the first time in its 83-year history, the Tennessee Valley Authority is delivering less electricity to the average household than in years past. Electric power usage is falling as most households and businesses switch to more energy efficient... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Head of largest independent Coke bottler urges honesty, integrity, servant leadershipThe head of one of America's biggest Coca-Cola bottlers said Tuesday that the c
Head of largest independent Coke bottler urges honesty, integrity, servant leadership
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 11 minutes ago
The head of one of America's biggest Coca-Cola bottlers said Tuesday that the company's purpose and way of doing business are heavily influenced by his convictions: to honor God, serve others, pursue excellence and grow profitably. J. Frank Harrison... Read more
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Perth Now
Small business vulnerable to hacksCyber crime costs Australians more than $1 billion a year. THE government has
Small business vulnerable to hacks
Perth Now / Posted 12 minutes ago
Cyber crime costs Australians more than $1 billion a year. THE government has shown a great commitment to investing in the nation’s cyber security infrastructure but has not done enough to protect Australia’s small businesses, an industry expert... Read more
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Perth Now
How gardening is helping people growGrowing Change Operations Manager Jess Stenhouse, CEO Renee Gardiner and Farm M
How gardening is helping people grow
Perth Now / Posted 12 minutes ago
Growing Change Operations Manager Jess Stenhouse, CEO Renee Gardiner and Farm Manager Harry Wykman. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper. WHEN Renée Gardiner lost her mum to suicide, she vowed to make a difference. The North Fremantle resident said her... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Budget gives young people a chance: MorrisonTreasurer Scott Morrison has used the story of a struggling young Sydney man to
Budget gives young people a chance: Morrison
Sky News Australia / Posted 12 minutes ago
Treasurer Scott Morrison has used the story of a struggling young Sydney man to pitch the merits of his first budget. Mr Morrison told the National Press Club in Canberra on Wednesday the unnamed man had been homeless, in trouble with the police and... Read more
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WA Today
Greed is good? Not so, says this $1 trillion money manager"The fact that people are unrealistic is actually creating risky behaviour in t
Greed is good? Not so, says this $1 trillion money manager
WA Today / Posted 12 minutes ago
"The fact that people are unrealistic is actually creating risky behaviour in the way that they are putting money to work," said Hunt Seeking such a yield "is wishing for a world that we don't see enough evidence out there to bet on yet. We do think... Read more
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WA Today
A rocket scientist's guide to stock-pickingPicking growth stocks across sectors shaken out by fast-moving technology might
A rocket scientist's guide to stock-picking
WA Today / Posted 12 minutes ago
Picking growth stocks across sectors shaken out by fast-moving technology might not be rocket science - but it can come pretty close. Just ask Mikhail Zverev, Standard Life Investment's head of global equities. He studied physics and electronics... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Small business vulnerable to hacksCyber crime costs Australians more than $1 billion a year. THE government has
Small business vulnerable to hacks
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 minutes ago
Cyber crime costs Australians more than $1 billion a year. THE government has shown a great commitment to investing in the nation’s cyber security infrastructure but has not done enough to protect Australia’s small businesses, an industry expert... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Asian stocks fall 2nd day on global growth concernBEIJING (AP) - Asian stocks fell again Tuesday after weaker Chinese manufacturi
Asian stocks fall 2nd day on global growth concern
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 13 minutes ago
BEIJING (AP) - Asian stocks fell again Tuesday after weaker Chinese manufacturing and a cut in Europe's growth outlook fueled fears about the global economy. KEEPING SCORE: Sydney's S&P-ASX 200 retreated 1.1 percent to 5,293.70 points and Hong... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Whole Foods' co-CEO says business is 'inherently socially responsible' — here's why that's wrongBEVERLY HILLS — Yesterday, I moderated a panel at the Milken Global Conference
Whole Foods' co-CEO says business is 'inherently socially responsible' — here's why that's wrong
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 minutes ago
BEVERLY HILLS — Yesterday, I moderated a panel at the Milken Global Conference featuring founders of companies with social missions. One panelist was John Mackey, the co-founder and co-CEO of Whole Foods Market. Mackey made a bold claim: "Business... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Abercrombie & Fitch’s former competition is on the brink of bankruptcyIn the early aughts, Aeropostale was a staple for teens. It was less expensive
Abercrombie & Fitch’s former competition is on the brink of bankruptcy
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 minutes ago
In the early aughts, Aeropostale was a staple for teens. It was less expensive than its racy mall competitor Abercrombie & Fitch, and it wasn't as bohemian as American Eagle. But Aeropostale is — and has been — a sinking ship. It had been... Read more
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