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Silicon Valley
Business startups rise in nearly two-thirds of statesNearly two-thirds of U.S. states had an increase in new businesses last year, a
Business startups rise in nearly two-thirds of states
Silicon Valley / Posted a minute ago
Nearly two-thirds of U.S. states had an increase in new businesses last year, as did a majority of the metropolitan areas studied by the Kauffman Foundation. Thirty states saw gains in business startups, with larger states showing the biggest... Read more
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Baller Status
Livestock x Adidas Consortium 2016 CollaborationAdidas teams up with Canadian boutique Livestock for a two-piece collaborative
Livestock x Adidas Consortium 2016 Collaboration
Baller Status / Posted a minute ago
Adidas teams up with Canadian boutique Livestock for a two-piece collaborative collection. The drop boasts a completely new construction for adidas' Samba and Pure BOOST ZG silhouettes, each getting unique detailing and materials and both in a... Read more
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Orange County Register
Biz briefly: Sfeir steps into Adibi role at Chapman; router maker moves HQ to O.C.Chapman University has appointed Raymond Sfeir, Ph.D, as the new director of th
Biz briefly: Sfeir steps into Adibi role at Chapman; router maker moves HQ to O.C.
Orange County Register / Posted a minute ago
Chapman University has appointed Raymond Sfeir, Ph.D, as the new director of the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research. Sfeir steps into the position left by the late Esmael “Essie” Adibi, who had served as the center’s director since it was... Read more
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Orange County Register
California shoppers upbeat as confidence index at 4-month highCalifornia consumer optimism is at a four-month high, according to the Conferen
California shoppers upbeat as confidence index at 4-month high
Orange County Register / Posted 2 minutes ago
California consumer optimism is at a four-month high, according to the Conference Board’s measure of shopper psyche. The state’s Consumer Confidence Index for August was 108.4 this month vs. 99.9 last month and 110.3 a year ago. This metric has... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million paydayMartin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now facing federal criminal
Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million payday
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 6 minutes ago
Martin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now facing federal criminal charges, nearly doubled his investment in KaloBios, the drug company he briefly controlled and ran last fall. Shkreli started buying shares of KaloBios last November... Read more
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Hamilton News
Vikings cut 9, including Shepherd, CockranIf you’re a business owner who is looking to attract more customers, consider h
Vikings cut 9, including Shepherd, Cockran
Hamilton News / Posted 7 minutes ago
If you’re a business owner who is looking to attract more customers, consider having a custom... With the arrival of spring comes an opportunity to fling open a window or two in your home and tidy... Whether your child is staying local and living... Read more
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Hamilton News
Vancouver and Toronto housing diverging: TDQuestion: Can an employee in Canada be fired without being provided reasonable
Vancouver and Toronto housing diverging: TD
Hamilton News / Posted 7 minutes ago
Question: Can an employee in Canada be fired without being provided reasonable notice of the... It’s conceivable that you have never had to call upon the expertise of Hamilton’s number 1 towing... Question: I just got fired from a good job. Can I... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million paydayNEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Martin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now f
Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million payday
Local 10 Miami / Posted 7 minutes ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Martin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now facing federal criminal charges, nearly doubled his investment in KaloBios, the drug company he briefly controlled and ran last fall. Shkreli started buying shares of... Read more
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Zero Hedge
How The Chinese Government Muzzles Freedom Of Expression In CanadaSubmitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, At least part of the me
How The Chinese Government Muzzles Freedom Of Expression In Canada
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 minutes ago
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, At least part of the message is beyond dispute: the cash flowing out of China into assets around the world has hit tsunami proportions, driven by fears of a slowing economy and a declining... Read more
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Zero Hedge
After Its "Predatory Tax Grab", Europe Prepares Crackdown On Amazon, McDonald'sIn the aftermath of the EU's latest escalation in its tax war with US multinati
After Its "Predatory Tax Grab", Europe Prepares Crackdown On Amazon, McDonald's
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 minutes ago
In the aftermath of the EU's latest escalation in its tax war with US multinational corporations, the rebuke from the US was swift, stretching from the US Treasury all the way to Congress: according to Kevin Brady, the House Ways and Means Chairman,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Apple shares lose a little shine after EU tax billLONDON: Apple shares lost some of their shine on Tuesday after the European Uni
Apple shares lose a little shine after EU tax bill
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 minutes ago
LONDON: Apple shares lost some of their shine on Tuesday after the European Union ordered the US tech giant to pay a record €13 billion (US$14.5 billion) in back taxes in Ireland. Shares in the iPhone and iPad maker were down 0.7 per cent in late... Read more
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Fortune
Here's Why the Stock Market Could Be Headed for a 1987-like CrashDon’t tell stock market investors, but we’re in the middle of the longest earni
Here's Why the Stock Market Could Be Headed for a 1987-like Crash
Fortune / Posted 10 minutes ago
Don’t tell stock market investors, but we’re in the middle of the longest earnings recession since 2008. That’s according to data from FactSet, which shows that the second quarter of 2016 was the fifth straight in which overall earnings fell. What’s... Read more
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Fortune
Digital Maps Company HERE Is Looking For a New InvestorDigital maps company HERE, controlled by German carmakers BMW, Daimler, and Vol
Digital Maps Company HERE Is Looking For a New Investor
Fortune / Posted 10 minutes ago
Digital maps company HERE, controlled by German carmakers BMW, Daimler, and Volkswagen, aims to find a new investor by the end of the year, HERE chief Edzard Overbeek told a German newspaper. “The carmakers want to open the circle of shareholders.... Read more
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USA Today
Sears brings paint back to stores as it aims for home improvement marketThe strong housing market is currently at a level not seen since October 2007.
Sears brings paint back to stores as it aims for home improvement market
USA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
The strong housing market is currently at a level not seen since October 2007. And as any new homeowner knows a little paint and a few flowers goes a long way in fixing up a place. Sears (SHLD) seems to think so too. On Tuesday, the company... Read more
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USA Today
Apple will barely feel $14.5B hit. Here's whyApple's (AAPL) tax policy caught up with it Tuesday after the European Union de
Apple will barely feel $14.5B hit. Here's why
USA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
Apple's (AAPL) tax policy caught up with it Tuesday after the European Union demanded $14.5 billion to be repaid after a decade of lucrative tax breaks in Ireland. A blow that big could sink many companies, but it's a drop in the bucket for Apple. A... Read more
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News 8000
Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million paydayMartin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now facing federal criminal
Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million payday
News 8000 / Posted 10 minutes ago
Martin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now facing federal criminal charges, nearly doubled his investment in KaloBios, the drug company he briefly controlled and ran last fall. Shkreli started buying shares of KaloBios last November... Read more
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Northern Echo
Doorstep fish sales warningThis has resulted in some being sold more fish than they would normally wish to
Doorstep fish sales warning
Northern Echo / Posted 10 minutes ago
This has resulted in some being sold more fish than they would normally wish to buy. Following these reports, the council’s consumer protection service has advised people to politely ask the sellers to leave if they are unhappy with their approach... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Most small banks to see cut in deposit-insurance premiumsMost small banks will be getting a break on the deposit-insurance premiums that
Most small banks to see cut in deposit-insurance premiums
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 11 minutes ago
Most small banks will be getting a break on the deposit-insurance premiums that they pay to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. that are meant to protect depositors in the event of a bank failure. The FDIC says the ratio of the amount of money in... Read more
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express
Apple could invest in Brexit Britain after row with EU over tax, Downing Street hintsThe European Commission this morning ordered the US firm to pay billions in bac
Apple could invest in Brexit Britain after row with EU over tax, Downing Street hints
express / Posted 12 minutes ago
The European Commission this morning ordered the US firm to pay billions in back taxes after a probe into state aid it received in Ireland. The landmark decision has sparked speculation Apple could relocate to the UK after Brexit. Responding to the... Read more
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Inquirier.net
BPI apologizes for panic over update requestTHE BANK of the Philippine Islands’ recent warning that clients could lose acce
BPI apologizes for panic over update request
Inquirier.net / Posted 13 minutes ago
THE BANK of the Philippine Islands’ recent warning that clients could lose access to ATM and other electronic banking channels if they did not update their information had drawn flak, prompting BPI to apologize and clarify that the directive did not... Read more
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Inquirier.net
China will be the loser–YasayForeign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr. AP FILE PHOTO UNLESS it acknowled
China will be the loser–Yasay
Inquirier.net / Posted 13 minutes ago
Foreign Affairs Secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr. AP FILE PHOTO UNLESS it acknowledges the ruling of the arbitral tribunal against its territorial claims in the West Philippine Sea, China will emerge as the “loser” in its sea dispute with the... Read more
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EuroNews
Price gouging row: how much should those drugs cost?The debate over high prices for medical treatments is heating up in the United
Price gouging row: how much should those drugs cost?
EuroNews / Posted 14 minutes ago
The debate over high prices for medical treatments is heating up in the United States with Canadian firm Valeant Pharmaceuticals being sued in a New York court. Buyers of its drugs, and health insurance companies, are accusing Valeant of using... Read more
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The Irish Times
Financials help European shares hit a two-week highEuropean equities climbed to a two-year high on Tuesday, with financial stocks
Financials help European shares hit a two-week high
The Irish Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
European equities climbed to a two-year high on Tuesday, with financial stocks gaining ground on mounting expectations of a possible US rate hike this year. US stocks fell in early trading after stronger-than-expected consumer confidence data stoked... Read more
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Market Watch
Not all dividend ETFs are created equalAs a dividend-focused investor, I have watched with both satisfaction and amaze
Not all dividend ETFs are created equal
Market Watch / Posted 15 minutes ago
As a dividend-focused investor, I have watched with both satisfaction and amazement as the prices of stocks in traditional dividend sectors have zoomed higher. One beneficiary of this recent trend has been exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that seek to... Read more
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The Irish Times
Apple’s ‘cash pile’ cushions shares following EU rulingOn Tuesday, Apple shares were down 0.7 per cent at $106.09 on the Nasdaq exchan
Apple’s ‘cash pile’ cushions shares following EU ruling
The Irish Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
On Tuesday, Apple shares were down 0.7 per cent at $106.09 on the Nasdaq exchange by the time trading closed for the day in Europe, giving the group a market value of $571.4 billion (€510.7 billion). Investors in the California-based group are... Read more
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Market Watch
SpaceX finds first customer for its used rocketsSpaceX’s recycled rockets have found their first client — just don’t call them
SpaceX finds first customer for its used rockets
Market Watch / Posted 15 minutes ago
SpaceX’s recycled rockets have found their first client — just don’t call them used. Satellite operator SES, based in Luxembourg, said Tuesday it will be the first company to launch its SES-10 satellite on a “flight-proven” Falcon 9 rocket booster... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million paydayNEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Martin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now f
Martin Shkreli scores $2.7 million payday
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 17 minutes ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Martin Shkreli, the controversial ex-drug executive now facing federal criminal charges, nearly doubled his investment in KaloBios, the drug company he briefly controlled and ran last fall. Shkreli started buying shares of... Read more
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The Sault Star
Chamber asks PM to think steel in ChinaThe Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudea
Chamber asks PM to think steel in China
The Sault Star / Posted 17 minutes ago
The Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to address the issue of steel dumping on his trip to China. The local chamber has partnered with chambers in Windsor-Essex and Hamilton and has sent a letter to the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Steel price rally bolsters Chinese manufacturersChina's top steelmakers posted gains in first-half profit as a surprise rebound
Steel price rally bolsters Chinese manufacturers
Canberra Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
China's top steelmakers posted gains in first-half profit as a surprise rebound in prices lifted earnings, with the biggest producer Hesteel Co recording its best six months since 2011. Hesteel, the listed unit of China's biggest steel mill by... Read more
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Deseret News
Less than half of Utahns support spending $10M on Fairpark arenaSALT LAKE CITY — As Utahns flock to the Utah State Fair next week, they will se
Less than half of Utahns support spending $10M on Fairpark arena
Deseret News / Posted 18 minutes ago
SALT LAKE CITY — As Utahns flock to the Utah State Fair next week, they will see a new arena under construction. But they apparently aren't big on the state spending $10 million to build what will be the new home to the Days of '47 Rodeo. Only 47... Read more
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