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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcyTime could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer mi
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcy
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 2 minutes ago
Time could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer missed a $20 million debt payment a month ago, and could be days away from a bankruptcy filing. The company said it has been in negotiations with lenders. But if it... Read more
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Vavel
Everton on the brink of £200million takeover after talks with American investors09-02-2016 American investors John Jay Moores and Charles Noell are in advanced
Everton on the brink of £200million takeover after talks with American investors
Vavel / Posted 3 minutes ago
09-02-2016 American investors John Jay Moores and Charles Noell are in advanced stages of talks after undergoing a six-week due diligence period and a deal could be... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
NASCAR charter system will cut Cup field from 43 to 40 carsNASCAR announced significant changes Tuesday in its business model designed to
NASCAR charter system will cut Cup field from 43 to 40 cars
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 4 minutes ago
NASCAR announced significant changes Tuesday in its business model designed to improve financial stability by establishing a "charter system" for teams. The nine-year deal will grant NASCAR Cup Series charters to 36 teams and cut Sprint Cup fields... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Gov. Deal says Obama's $42.7M Savannah harbor request falls shortSAVANNAH, Ga. - Gov. Nathan Deal says the Obama administration's latest funding
Gov. Deal says Obama's $42.7M Savannah harbor request falls short
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 6 minutes ago
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Gov. Nathan Deal says the Obama administration's latest funding request to deepen the Savannah harbor falls far short of the federal dollars needed to keep the project on schedule. President Barack Obama's proposed budget for fiscal... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcyTime could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer mi
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcy
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 6 minutes ago
Time could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer missed a $20 million debt payment a month ago, and could be days away from a bankruptcy filing. The company said it has been in negotiations with lenders. But if it... Read more
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DW
Does the EU need to be democratized? |Yanis Varoufakis set to launch left-wing political movement in Berlin 03.01.201
Does the EU need to be democratized? |
DW / Posted 7 minutes ago
Yanis Varoufakis set to launch left-wing political movement in Berlin 03.01.2016 Yanis Varoufakis, Greece's former finance minister, has been tipped to launch a left-wing, pan-European political faction in Berlin. The ex-parliamentarian says the EU... Read more
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Variety
Regal Declares Dividend as Earnings Beat Projections“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and other holiday hits lifted profits and revenu
Regal Declares Dividend as Earnings Beat Projections
Variety / Posted 7 minutes ago
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and other holiday hits lifted profits and revenues at Regal Entertainment Group during the exhibitor’s fourth quarter. Total revenue climbed 6.1% to $848.2 million compared to $799.1 million for the year-ago period.... Read more
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Variety
'Star Wars,' Theme Parks Power Disney to Record Q1 EarningsOn a dreary day for its competitors in the entertainment sector, Disney on Tues
'Star Wars,' Theme Parks Power Disney to Record Q1 Earnings
Variety / Posted 7 minutes ago
On a dreary day for its competitors in the entertainment sector, Disney on Tuesday reported record quarterly earnings of $2.9 billion for the quarter ending Jan. 2, with earnings of $1.73 per share exceeding both analyst’s estimates and year-prior... Read more
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Weekly Times
Tax and infrastructure change needed: CBA Commonwealth Bank boss Ian Narev says changes to tax and infrastructure polic
Tax and infrastructure change needed: CBA
Weekly Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Commonwealth Bank boss Ian Narev says changes to tax and infrastructure policy are needed to help drive business innovation and create jobs. Unveiling the bank's record first half cash profit of $4.804... Read more
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Toronto Star
Price of oil drags down Toronto Stock Exchange two per cent, U.S. markets stableThe oversupply issue will likely not be resolved until there are closures in th
Price of oil drags down Toronto Stock Exchange two per cent, U.S. markets stable
Toronto Star / Posted 7 minutes ago
The oversupply issue will likely not be resolved until there are closures in the West, where crude is more expensive to produce than Saudi Arabia, said Pashootan, adding that even when the price stabilizes, investors should be wary of parking their... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcy | Money - Home Expert says company may have to close hundreds of stores Tim
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcy
KTVZ Bend / Posted 7 minutes ago
| Money - Home Expert says company may have to close hundreds of stores Tim Boyle/Getty Images Time could be running out for Sports Authority. More From... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Sanofi says diabetes drug sales falteredSanofi, the French pharmaceutical giant that scrapped a deal with MannKind to m
Sanofi says diabetes drug sales faltered
Darien News-Review / Posted 8 minutes ago
Sanofi, the French pharmaceutical giant that scrapped a deal with MannKind to market the Danbury manufacturer’s insulin, reported a sharp drop in earnings on Tuesday due in part to declining sales of diabetes drugs. Sanofi said net income for the... Read more
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Yahoo News
Companies lose billions buying back their own stock Big companies have lost billions buying their own shares This combination of
Companies lose billions buying back their own stock
Yahoo News / Posted 8 minutes ago
Big companies have lost billions buying their own shares This combination of file photos shows logos for IBM, Macy's, Chevron and Starwood Hotels and Resorts group's W Hotel Hollywood. Big... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Tax and infrastructure change needed: CBA Commonwealth Bank boss Ian Narev says changes to tax and infrastructure polic
Tax and infrastructure change needed: CBA
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 minutes ago
Commonwealth Bank boss Ian Narev says changes to tax and infrastructure policy are needed to help drive business innovation and create jobs. Unveiling the bank's record first half cash profit of $4.804... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcyTime could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer mi
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcy
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 8 minutes ago
Time could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer missed a $20 million debt payment a month ago, and could be days away from a bankruptcy filing. The company said it has been in negotiations with lenders. But if it... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New PGP programme sets sights on strong woolWednesday, 10 February 2016, 11:22 amPress Release: Ministry For Primary Indust
New PGP programme sets sights on strong wool
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 minutes ago
Wednesday, 10 February 2016, 11:22 amPress Release: Ministry For Primary Industries New Primary Growth Partnership programme sets sights on strong woolDate: 10 Feb 2016A new collaboration between The New... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Balance sheet growth drives ASB’s first half resultMaking managing money easier, so you can succeed on. In 1847, ASB opened as th
Balance sheet growth drives ASB’s first half result
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 minutes ago
Making managing money easier, so you can succeed on. In 1847, ASB opened as the Auckland Savings Bank with the pledge: 'to serve the community; to grow and to help Kiwis grow'. And that is very much what ASB is about today. ASB is a leading... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
First Lightning Lab Christchurch team closes investmentwas the inaugural Lightning Lab to run in Christchurch and culminated with a De
First Lightning Lab Christchurch team closes investment
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 minutes ago
was the inaugural Lightning Lab to run in Christchurch and culminated with a Demo Day in November, where the companies pitched to investors from around the country.Since then, all 10 companies have been following up investor interest shown, with... Read more
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KTUU Anchorage
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcyTime could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer mi
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcy
KTUU Anchorage / Posted 8 minutes ago
Time could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer missed a $20 million debt payment a month ago, and could be days away from a bankruptcy filing. The company said it has been in negotiations with lenders. But if it... Read more
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Finance and Commerce
Wyndham misses 4Q profit forecastsPARSIPPANY, N.J. — Wyndham Worldwide Corp. on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter p
Wyndham misses 4Q profit forecasts
Finance and Commerce / Posted 8 minutes ago
PARSIPPANY, N.J. — Wyndham Worldwide Corp. on Tuesday reported fourth-quarter profit of $140 million. The Parsippany, New Jersey-based company said it had profit of $1.21 per share. Earnings, adjusted for pretax gains and restructuring gains, were... Read more
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Finance and Commerce
U.S. wholesale businesses trim stockpiles in DecemberWASHINGTON — U.S. wholesale businesses cut their stockpiles and registered lowe
U.S. wholesale businesses trim stockpiles in December
Finance and Commerce / Posted 8 minutes ago
WASHINGTON — U.S. wholesale businesses cut their stockpiles and registered lower sales for the third straight month in December. The Commerce Department said Tuesday wholesale inventories fell 0.1 percent in December after dropping 0.4 percent in... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Coats Group board changeCoats Group plc (‘Coats’ or the ‘Company’), the world's leading industrial thre
Coats Group board change
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 8 minutes ago
Coats Group plc (‘Coats’ or the ‘Company’), the world's leading industrial thread and consumer textile crafts business, announces that Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer, Richard Howes, has informed the Board of his decision to leave the... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcyTime could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer mi
Sports Authority faces possible bankruptcy
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 9 minutes ago
Time could be running out for Sports Authority. The sporting goods retailer missed a $20 million debt payment a month ago, and could be days away from a bankruptcy filing. The company said it has been in negotiations with lenders. But if it... Read more
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CNBC
There's a bigger worry than energy stocksThere's no doubt that one of the biggest drivers of current market action is oi
There's a bigger worry than energy stocks
CNBC / Posted 9 minutes ago
There's no doubt that one of the biggest drivers of current market action is oil. The continued volatility in "black gold" has led to steep price declines in many of the stocks that rely on it, or products made from it. However, as bad as it's been... Read more
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CNBC
The Mideast countries hardest hit by oil pricesGeopolitical tensions in the region are also a factor. Although we view the con
The Mideast countries hardest hit by oil prices
CNBC / Posted 9 minutes ago
Geopolitical tensions in the region are also a factor. Although we view the confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia as a battle for regional supremacy rather than a religious dispute, the conflicts between Shias and Sunnis in Yemen, Syria, and... Read more
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CNBC
Deutsche Bank considers multibillion bond buybackThe news came as Germany's finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble and Deutsche's ch
Deutsche Bank considers multibillion bond buyback
CNBC / Posted 9 minutes ago
The news came as Germany's finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble and Deutsche's chief executive John Cryan both sought to assuage market fears. Mr Schäuble said he had "no concerns" about the bank, while Mr Cryan insisted Deutsche's position was... Read more
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CNBC
SolarCity shares plunge as installations miss estimatesSolarCity said it expected a loss of $2.55-$2.65 per share for the current quar
SolarCity shares plunge as installations miss estimates
CNBC / Posted 9 minutes ago
SolarCity said it expected a loss of $2.55-$2.65 per share for the current quarter. Analysts on average were expecting a loss of $2.36 per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Net income attributable to shareholders was $4.6 million, or 4... Read more
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Swissinfo
Gucci-Buying Chinese Boost Japanese Premium-Mall Sales to Record(Bloomberg) -- Chinese tourists buying million-yen watches and luxury brands he
Gucci-Buying Chinese Boost Japanese Premium-Mall Sales to Record
Swissinfo / Posted 10 minutes ago
(Bloomberg) -- Chinese tourists buying million-yen watches and luxury brands helped boost sales at Japanese premium outlet malls owned by Mitsubishi Estate Co. to a record last year, as a weaker currency led to a surge in bargain-hunting... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Commonwealth Bank half-year profit rises 2pc to $4.62bCommonwealth Bank profit rises 2pc to $4.62 billion for first half The Commonw
Commonwealth Bank half-year profit rises 2pc to $4.62b
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 minutes ago
Commonwealth Bank profit rises 2pc to $4.62 billion for first half The Commonwealth Bank has posted a modest 2 per cent rise in its half-year net profit to $4.62 billion. The bank's preferred measure of cash profit, which excludes a range of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wall St eases again after choppy trade; Europe slidesWall St stocks ease again after choppy trade; Europe slides Wall Street has cl
Wall St eases again after choppy trade; Europe slides
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 minutes ago
Wall St stocks ease again after choppy trade; Europe slides Wall Street has closed modestly lower after a choppy session of trade, with a late rally in health care and materials stocks offsetting another slump in oil prices. Investors are concerned... Read more
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