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News Channel 12 New Bern
New Hwy. 17 Bypass construction underway, expectations are high Work has begun on the Highway 17 Bypass in places like Maysville. It's suppos
New Hwy. 17 Bypass construction underway, expectations are high
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted moments ago
Work has begun on the Highway 17 Bypass in places like Maysville. It's supposed to help with traffic and give drivers increased speeds to get from the capital to the coast and vice... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ASX bursts through 5400The RBA chief's property advice is a stark contrast to the PM and Treasurer's e
ASX bursts through 5400
Brisbane Times / Posted moments ago
The RBA chief's property advice is a stark contrast to the PM and Treasurer's enthusiasm for housing, Michael Pascoe writes: But it shouldn't be overlooked that he still delivered two sharp slaps: one at the lack of a plan for getting the budget... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Hottest commodity of 2016 is chicken feed amid supply disruptionThis year's best-performing commodity isn't what you think. Forget all those r
Hottest commodity of 2016 is chicken feed amid supply disruption
Brisbane Times / Posted moments ago
This year's best-performing commodity isn't what you think. Forget all those resources dug up from the ground - and go for chicken feed. Or cow food. Soybean meal, made from crushed soybeans and used to feed poultry and livestock, has jumped 54 per... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Pact pulls out of state house dealMinisters today confirmed that Dunedin's PACT group had withdrawn from the proc
Pact pulls out of state house deal
Otago Daily Times / Posted a minute ago
Ministers today confirmed that Dunedin's PACT group had withdrawn from the process to buy and manage 348 state houses in Invercargill. Finance Minister Bill English said the organisation had "decided the transaction wasn't the best opportunity for... Read more
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Bolton News
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report saysConsumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about t
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report says
Bolton News / Posted 2 minutes ago
Consumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about the economy, according to a report. Confidence in the economy remains "way below" last year, almost certainly as a result of "Brexit gremlins", the GfK Consumer Confidence... Read more
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Money Management
Life/risk adviser group demands answersA group established by life/risk advisers, the Life Insurance Customer Group (L
Life/risk adviser group demands answers
Money Management / Posted 3 minutes ago
A group established by life/risk advisers, the Life Insurance Customer Group (LICG), claims it is still waiting for a response from the Financial Services Council (FSC) to claims that FSC members have been failing to adhere to the FSC's Code of... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Province invests $1.1 million in upgrades to Summerland Secondary SchoolOver the next year, Summerland Secondary School will be getting a facelift, tha
Province invests $1.1 million in upgrades to Summerland Secondary School
Penticton Western News / Posted 5 minutes ago
Over the next year, Summerland Secondary School will be getting a facelift, thanks to funding from the province’s School Enhancement program. The $1.2-million project consists of an exterior upgrade and roof replacement, with the Okanagan Skaha... Read more
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TribLIVE
Char Valley School Board approves preliminary 2016-17 budget that holds line on taxes | TribLIVE Despite breaking ground for a new middle school and high school,
Char Valley School Board approves preliminary 2016-17 budget that holds line on taxes
TribLIVE / Posted 5 minutes ago
| TribLIVE Despite breaking ground for a new middle school and high school,... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Woman creating a city at our regional airportIt’s been two years since Lynda Shillaw was appointed to head up Manchester Air
Woman creating a city at our regional airport
Manchester Evening News / Posted 6 minutes ago
It’s been two years since Lynda Shillaw was appointed to head up Manchester Airports Group’s property division. As its divisional chief executive, Shillaw oversees the group’s £640m property assets across four airports – Manchester, London Stansted,... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
HOMEFINDER: Renters face a competitive marketAn ad from a classified site reads: “I am looking for a rental with (sic) immed
HOMEFINDER: Renters face a competitive market
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 6 minutes ago
An ad from a classified site reads: “I am looking for a rental with (sic) immediate possession as my daughter and I have been staying in a tent for three days now.” It goes on to state the person posting the ad has excellent references and a stable... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Whitehouse honoured for expanded Aldergrove border crossingLynn Whitehouse recently retired from her 30 year stint as executive director o
Whitehouse honoured for expanded Aldergrove border crossing
Aldergrove Star / Posted 6 minutes ago
Lynn Whitehouse recently retired from her 30 year stint as executive director of the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce but her legacy lives on in a new and modern Aldergrove-Lynden corner crossing. Nine years ago she spearheaded a major push to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Failed developer $2m short after IRD auditTribeca Homes collapsed last May, leaving dozens of Auckland home-builders in t
Failed developer $2m short after IRD audit
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Tribeca Homes collapsed last May, leaving dozens of Auckland home-builders in the lurch and unsecured creditors, like Nigel Armstrong of ROK Group, owed $2.14m. Photo / Jason Oxenham. Liquidators of a failed housing developer says the scale of its... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report saysConsumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about t
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report says
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 7 minutes ago
Consumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about the economy, according to a report. Confidence in the economy remains "way below" last year, almost certainly as a result of "Brexit gremlins", the GfK Consumer Confidence... Read more
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Business Wire
El Paso Electric Announces an Increase in the Quarterly DividendEL PASO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Board of Directors of El Paso Electric Com
El Paso Electric Announces an Increase in the Quarterly Dividend
Business Wire / Posted 8 minutes ago
EL PASO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Board of Directors of El Paso Electric Company (NYSE:EE) has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend on its common stock of $0.31 per share. The dividend was declared on May 26, 2016, and is payable on June 30,... Read more
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Langley Times
Whitehouse honoured for expanded Aldergrove border crossingLynn Whitehouse recently retired from her 30 year stint as executive director o
Whitehouse honoured for expanded Aldergrove border crossing
Langley Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Lynn Whitehouse recently retired from her 30 year stint as executive director of the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce but her legacy lives on in a new and modern Aldergrove-Lynden corner crossing. Nine years ago she spearheaded a major push to... Read more
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Converge! Network Digest
Video: A Fundamental Shift in Corporate Security Thinking - BT Americas ~ Converge! Network DigestThere has been a fundamental shift in the way that companies think about securi
Video: A Fundamental Shift in Corporate Security Thinking - BT Americas ~ Converge! Network Digest
Converge! Network Digest / Posted 8 minutes ago
There has been a fundamental shift in the way that companies think about security, says Kate Kuehn, Head of Sales - Security for BT Americas. Security used to be an afterthought for technology deployments. Now, security is the first thing that... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Lion agrees to buy cult brewer PanheadThe acquisition underlines the growing popularity of craft beers in a market wh
Lion agrees to buy cult brewer Panhead
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
The acquisition underlines the growing popularity of craft beers in a market where overall consumption is declining. Photo / File Lion - Beer, Spirits and Wine (NZ), New Zealand's biggest beer maker, has agreed to buy Panhead Custom Ales from the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Brian Fallow: Spending caught in a squeezeThe population is up, the Govt wants debt to go down. Net result: not a lot lef
Brian Fallow: Spending caught in a squeeze
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
The population is up, the Govt wants debt to go down. Net result: not a lot left to play with. Budget 2016 represents a collision between the irresistible force of rapid population growth and the immovable object of the Government's determination to... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report saysConsumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about t
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report says
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 8 minutes ago
Consumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about the economy, according to a report. Confidence in the economy remains "way below" last year, almost certainly as a result of "Brexit gremlins", the GfK Consumer Confidence... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tax cuts dependent on surplusFinance Minister Bill English says the Government will consider paying off debt
Tax cuts dependent on surplus
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
Finance Minister Bill English says the Government will consider paying off debt more slowly in order to afford tax cuts - despite identifying debt repayment as the top priority in the Budget. Speaking to reporters after a post-Budget speech this... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Private provider pulls out of buying state houses in InvercargillIn major reforms of the social housing sector, the National-led Government is t
Private provider pulls out of buying state houses in Invercargill
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
In major reforms of the social housing sector, the National-led Government is transferring thousands of state houses to NGOs, iwi, and charities. Photo / Mark Mitchell The Government's plan to sell state houses to private providers has hit a hurdle... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
USAA expanding in downtown San Antonio, AustinSan Antonio financial services and insurance company USAA plans to expand its o
USAA expanding in downtown San Antonio, Austin
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 minutes ago
San Antonio financial services and insurance company USAA plans to expand its operations at its One Riverwalk Center office building in downtown San Antonio by adding more than 100 employees in the first quarter of next year. USAA will employ about... Read more
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FOX Business
Splunk, Inc. Takes a Breather After Another Beat and RaiseImage source: Splunk, Inc. Splunk may have technically exceeded revenue expect
Splunk, Inc. Takes a Breather After Another Beat and Raise
FOX Business / Posted 9 minutes ago
Image source: Splunk, Inc. Splunk may have technically exceeded revenue expectations for the sixth-consecutive quarter, but don't expect the market to give the operational intelligence specialist a pat on the back for its efforts. More... Read more
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FOX Business
Splunk, Inc. Takes a Breather After Another Beat and RaiseImage source: Splunk, Inc. Continue Reading Below Splunk may have technically
Splunk, Inc. Takes a Breather After Another Beat and Raise
FOX Business / Posted 9 minutes ago
Image source: Splunk, Inc. Continue Reading Below Splunk may have technically exceeded revenue expectations for the sixth-consecutive quarter, but don't expect the market to give the operational intelligence specialist a pat on the back for its... Read more
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Finance Asia
Huarong and Midea add to dollar bond rushChina Huarong Asset Management, the country's largest bad-loan manager, and ele
Huarong and Midea add to dollar bond rush
Finance Asia / Posted 10 minutes ago
China Huarong Asset Management, the country's largest bad-loan manager, and electronic maker Midea, launched benchmark Reg-S dollar-denominated bond offerings on Thursday, joining a slew of Chinese credits that have tapped the market this... Read more
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Finance Asia
London sees red as China executes offshore bondRed skies at night: London's delight The City of London cemented its status as
London sees red as China executes offshore bond
Finance Asia / Posted 10 minutes ago
Red skies at night: London's delight The City of London cemented its status as Europe's leading renminbi centre on Thursday after China's Ministry of Finance (MOF) raised Rmb3 billion ($458 million) through a three-year bond deal. The deal size may... Read more
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TechCrunch
Will Twilio IPO reopen tech window?If the company ends up going through with its plans, it would likely be just th
Will Twilio IPO reopen tech window?
TechCrunch / Posted 10 minutes ago
If the company ends up going through with its plans, it would likely be just the third tech IPO of the year. This has been the worst year for public offerings since the 2009 recession. Twilio has been rumored to be entering the public markets for a... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
From misfit to maestro: Born-again Atletico Madrid star Fernando Torres looks for Champions League glory against Los BlancosCommenting & Moderation We moderate all comments on Evening Times on either a
From misfit to maestro: Born-again Atletico Madrid star Fernando Torres looks for Champions League glory against Los Blancos
EveningTimes Online / Posted 13 minutes ago
Commenting & Moderation We moderate all comments on Evening Times on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report saysConsumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about t
Consumer confidence in economy 'way below' last year, report says
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 minutes ago
Consumer confidence remains gloomy in a reflection of persistent doubts about the economy, according to a report. Confidence in the economy remains "way below" last year, almost certainly as a result of "Brexit gremlins", the GfK Consumer Confidence... Read more
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TheBull
Big banks face soft profit growth: FitchAustralia's major banks appear well-placed to withstand risk arising from risin
Big banks face soft profit growth: Fitch
TheBull / Posted 14 minutes ago
Australia's major banks appear well-placed to withstand risk arising from rising household debt and strong house price growth but face soft profit growth in 2016, according to Fitch. The credit rating agency believes a stable labour market and... Read more
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