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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Fresh carrot to stir interest in ailing SEZsAn aerial view of Mukdahan, one of the 10 provinces chosen by the government to
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted moments ago
An aerial view of Mukdahan, one of the 10 provinces chosen by the government to host special economic zones. PATTARAPONG CHATPATTARASILL The Treasury Department will offer private investors a waiver on rental fees for state land in special economic... Read more
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New York Post
Sprint back in merger talks with T-MobileThe telecom carriers reportedly agree that T-Mobile’s controlling shareholder D
New York Post / Posted moments ago
The telecom carriers reportedly agree that T-Mobile’s controlling shareholder Deutsche Telekom would emerge the majority owner. Sprint has also accepted that T-Mobile CEO John Legere — who has made a habit of taking digs at Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure... Read more
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New York Post
Guggenheim Partners CEO might step downGuggenheim Partners’ billionaire co-founder Mark Walter is considering stepping
New York Post / Posted a minute ago
Guggenheim Partners’ billionaire co-founder Mark Walter is considering stepping down from his post as CEO, according to reports. Walter is considering forming a holding company that would house one of Guggenheim’s insurance units as well as his... Read more
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Marketing Interactive
DigitasLBi hires data strategy directorGlobal marketing transformation agency DigitasLBi has strengthened its data off
Marketing Interactive / Posted a minute ago
Global marketing transformation agency DigitasLBi has strengthened its data offering with the addition of Sridhar Gadhiraju as data strategy director for Singapore. Gadhiraju moves to the newly created role of data strategy director from London... Read more
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WBIR-TV Knoxville
Nearly half of Tennessee residents affected by Equifax breach, AG saysMore than 3 million Tennessee residents had personal information stolen through
WBIR-TV Knoxville / Posted 2 minutes ago
More than 3 million Tennessee residents had personal information stolen through the hacking of credit reporting firm Equifax, leaving them exposed to identity theft and financial loss, according to Attorney General Herbert Slatery's office. In a... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Gun maker shares spike on news Trump may make it easier to sell overseasShares of gun manufacturers spiked Tuesday in after-hours trading following a n
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 2 minutes ago
Shares of gun manufacturers spiked Tuesday in after-hours trading following a news report citing unnamed U.S. officials that President Donald Trump plans to ease gun export regulations. Shares of Sturm Ruger rose by 13.7% on Tuesday. American... Read more
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The St. Helena Star
NVV is tone deaf when it comes to land use politicsAs a marketing organization, the Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) does an excellent j
The St. Helena Star / Posted 2 minutes ago
As a marketing organization, the Napa Valley Vintners (NVV) does an excellent job, and is of great value to our industry and our valley. But they’re tone deaf when it comes to land use politics, generally taking the wrong side and causing... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why the TPG Telecom Ltd share price has plunged lower todayUnfortunately for its shareholders the TPG Telecom Ltd (ASX: TPM) share price h
Motley Fool / Posted 5 minutes ago
Unfortunately for its shareholders the TPG Telecom Ltd (ASX: TPM) share price has given back yesterday?s post-results gains and more in morning trade. At the time of writing the telco company?s shares are down over 6% to $5.14. Why are its shares... Read more
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Motley Fool
Is the CSL Limited share price about to storm higher? Despite putting on a gain of 32% so far this year, one leading broker believe
Motley Fool / Posted 5 minutes ago
Despite putting on a gain of 32% so far this year, one leading broker believes that the CSL Limited(ASX: CSL) share price still has a lot more upside left in it. Is now the time to... Read more
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Motley Fool
This could mark the end of the 2017 iron ore boom The iron ore price fell a little over 4% overnight which could weigh on share
Motley Fool / Posted 5 minutes ago
The iron ore price fell a little over 4% overnight which could weigh on shares of the miners that produce it. And if the Reserve Bank of Australia’s latest call proves correct, there could be more... Read more
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Motley Fool
Is this the craziest ‘investment’ you have seen?You're missing out on what is arguably the biggest factor in generating huge st
Motley Fool / Posted 5 minutes ago
You're missing out on what is arguably the biggest factor in generating huge stock market returns. But don't worry, I'm going to tell you how to get in on what might be the simplest way to a carefree retirement. We all know that dividend-paying... Read more
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TheBull
Employment on upward track as job ads growThere are further signs the strong pick up in employment growth will be sustain
TheBull / Posted 6 minutes ago
There are further signs the strong pick up in employment growth will be sustained as job advertisements on the internet continue to grow. The Department of Employment said on Wednesday new figures show job ads rose 0.3 per cent in August to be 6.4... Read more
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TheBull
Local shares dragged down by broad lossesThe Australian share market has started the day lower, dragged down by falls ac
TheBull / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Australian share market has started the day lower, dragged down by falls across most sectors and ignoring Wall Street's solid lead. At 1030 AEST on Wednesday, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 22.3 points, or 0.39 per cent, at 5,691.3,... Read more
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WA Today
New renewables energy rules package launched to halt blackoutsThe Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has released what it calls a "la
WA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has released what it calls a "last line of defence" against blackouts - a package of new rules that incorporate renewable energy sources. The energy market regulator's chairman, John Pierce, said the... Read more
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Perth Now
Record number of tourists flock to TasMore international tourists than even before visited Tasmania last financial ye
Perth Now / Posted 11 minutes ago
More international tourists than even before visited Tasmania last financial year, with the state's overall visitor numbers jumping by nine per cent. In the year to June, 1.27 million people travelled to the Apple Isle from mainland Australia and... Read more
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Perth Now
Employment on upward track as job ads growThere are further signs the strong pick up in employment growth will be sustain
Perth Now / Posted 11 minutes ago
There are further signs the strong pick up in employment growth will be sustained as job advertisements on the internet continue to grow. The Department of Employment said on Wednesday new figures show job ads rose 0.3 per cent in August to be 6.4... Read more
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WA Today
ANZ Bank tips two RBA interest rate hikes in 2018ANZ Bank predicts the Reserve Bank will raise official interest rates by 0.5 pe
WA Today / Posted 11 minutes ago
ANZ Bank predicts the Reserve Bank will raise official interest rates by 0.5 percentage points next year as the economy gradually improves, with the first hike tipped for May. Australia's cash rate has been at a record low of 1.5 per cent since last... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Record number of tourists flock to TasMore international tourists than even before visited Tasmania last financial ye
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 minutes ago
More international tourists than even before visited Tasmania last financial year, with the state's overall visitor numbers jumping by nine per cent. In the year to June, 1.27 million people travelled to the Apple Isle from mainland Australia and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Employment on upward track as job ads growThere are further signs the strong pick up in employment growth will be sustain
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 minutes ago
There are further signs the strong pick up in employment growth will be sustained as job advertisements on the internet continue to grow. The Department of Employment said on Wednesday new figures show job ads rose 0.3 per cent in August to be 6.4... Read more
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The Hindu
1 paisa loan waiver a cruel joke: farmerChiddi Sharma, a farmer in Ading village of Mathura, has received 1 paisa or ₹0
The Hindu / Posted 17 minutes ago
Chiddi Sharma, a farmer in Ading village of Mathura, has received 1 paisa or ₹00.01 as part of the U.P. government’s flagship crop loan waiver scheme, which promises a relief of up to ₹1 lakh to the 86 lakh farmers in the State. Mr. Sharma, one of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Employment on upward track as job ads growThere are further signs the strong pick up in employment growth will be sustain
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 minutes ago
There are further signs the strong pick up in employment growth will be sustained as job advertisements on the internet continue to grow. The Department of Employment said on Wednesday new figures show job ads rose 0.3 per cent in August to be 6.4... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Record number of tourists flock to TasMore international tourists than even before visited Tasmania last financial ye
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 minutes ago
More international tourists than even before visited Tasmania last financial year, with the state's overall visitor numbers jumping by nine per cent. In the year to June, 1.27 million people travelled to the Apple Isle from mainland Australia and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Illinois Unpaid Vendor Backlog Hits A New Record At Over $16 BillionBack in July, the state of Illinois narrowly avoided a junk bond rating with a
Zero Hedge / Posted 20 minutes ago
Back in July, the state of Illinois narrowly avoided a junk bond rating with a last minute budget deal that included a 32% in hike in income taxes. Republican Governor Bruce Rauner vetoed the budget and called it a "disaster," but both houses of the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Asia steady after Wall St. notches record highs, dollar holds firmTOKYO: Asian stocks were mostly steady on Wednesday after Wall Street again ros
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 20 minutes ago
TOKYO: Asian stocks were mostly steady on Wednesday after Wall Street again rose to record highs, although movements were limited as a wait-and-see mood prevailed before the Federal Reserve reveals its monetary policy stance later in the day. The... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Michael Wright out as CEO of Steven Spielberg's Amblin PartnersAcclaimed filmmaker Steven Spielberg has replaced Michael Wright as chief execu
Los Angeles Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
Acclaimed filmmaker Steven Spielberg has replaced Michael Wright as chief executive of Amblin Partners as his production company struggles to find its footing in an increasingly challenging movie market. Wright is leaving the company after three... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
SCC board approves 21 percent levy increaseThe bulk of the increase to the overall tax rate will go to SCC's capital impro
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 24 minutes ago
The bulk of the increase to the overall tax rate will go to SCC's capital improvement fund -- used to maintain and build new facilities -- which will jump next year from 1.05 cents per $100 of valuation to 2 cents per $100 of valuation, the highest... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Apartment complex builds housing, hope, Mayor saysA 48 duplex complex set to be built in Osceola can provide people with a place
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 26 minutes ago
A 48 duplex complex set to be built in Osceola can provide people with a place to live as well as benefit the area, Osceola Mayor Dickie Kennemore said Tuesday. The multi-family living facility is scheduled to be built behind Walmart. Kennemore said... Read more
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The Star
Dad and son sue Singapore art gallery for fraudSINGAPORE: Believing they were investing in valuable art pieces, a Malaysian in
The Star / Posted 27 minutes ago
SINGAPORE: Believing they were investing in valuable art pieces, a Malaysian in the construction business and his father bought 13 paintings, supposedly the works of renowned Indo­nesian artists, for more than S$2.8mil (RM8.54mil). But they later... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Buying a home? Loftium gives thousands for a downpayment -- with a catchIn this hot housing market, homebuyers are looking for anything to give them a
KING5 Seattle / Posted 29 minutes ago
In this hot housing market, homebuyers are looking for anything to give them a competitive edge to close a sale. A Seattle startup is offering to give up to $50,000 in a down payment. And as you probably guessed, there's a catch. Buzzing since... Read more
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The Age
Market pricing in two RBA rate hikes over the next yearThe Australian market is pricing in two rate hikes by the Reserve Bank of Austr
The Age / Posted 31 minutes ago
The Australian market is pricing in two rate hikes by the Reserve Bank of Australia over the next 12 months, despite the bank calling the top of the iron ore cycle, in a surprise to some market watchers. The team at ANZ agree with the market's... Read more
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