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News 8000
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music companyRolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Me
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music company
News 8000 / Posted moments ago
Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Media, which owns the nearly 50-year-old music magazine, will sell a 49% stake in the publication to Singapore-based social music company BandLab Technologies. BandLab was... Read more
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NZCity
Kiwi hits four-week low as OCR cut tippedThe New Zealand dollar has fallen to a four-week low as traders increased bets
Kiwi hits four-week low as OCR cut tipped
NZCity / Posted a minute ago
The New Zealand dollar has fallen to a four-week low as traders increased bets the Reserve Bank will cut the official cash rate in November after the bank last week cited "sustained" weakness in inflation. The kiwi dropped to US72.28 cents at 8am on... Read more
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NJ.com
N.J. entrepreneurs win big on 'Shark Tank' with $2 million investmentPhil Petraccca and David McDonald had a simple mission in mind: Make beer from
N.J. entrepreneurs win big on 'Shark Tank' with $2 million investment
NJ.com / Posted a minute ago
Phil Petraccca and David McDonald had a simple mission in mind: Make beer from bottles and cans taste like it's been poured out of a bar tap. The result of their tinkering, a home beer tap called Fizzics, now sells at Brookstone, Amazon and Target,... Read more
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The Charlotte Post
Bill would open HBCUs and their investors to better bond optionsAre historically black colleges being redlined in the bond market? Rep. Keith
Bill would open HBCUs and their investors to better bond options
The Charlotte Post / Posted 3 minutes ago
Are historically black colleges being redlined in the bond market? Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) last week introduced the HBCU Investment Expansion Act, which would allow municipal bonds issued by HBCUs to have triple tax-exempt status (local, state,... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Bangladeshi envoy gives thanks for return of $15MBANGLADESH Ambassador John Gomes has thanked the Philippine government— and the
Bangladeshi envoy gives thanks for return of $15M
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 minutes ago
BANGLADESH Ambassador John Gomes has thanked the Philippine government— and the Philippine Daily Inquirer—for the return of $15 million of the $81 million that hackers stole from the Bangladesh central bank and diverted to a Philippine bank. Unknown... Read more
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New Bern Sun Journal
City to consider options for Water Resources Operations facility New Bern aldermen will consider options Tuesday for upgrading or replacing the
City to consider options for Water Resources Operations facility
New Bern Sun Journal / Posted 4 minutes ago
New Bern aldermen will consider options Tuesday for upgrading or replacing the city’s Water Resources Operations facility on Neuse Boulevard. New Bern aldermen will consider options... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music companyNEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian busi
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music company
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 8 minutes ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Media, which owns the nearly 50-year-old music magazine, will sell a 49% stake in the publication to Singapore-based social music company BandLab... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music companyNEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian busi
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music company
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 9 minutes ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Media, which owns the nearly 50-year-old music magazine, will sell a 49% stake in the publication to Singapore-based social music company BandLab... Read more
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Business Standard India
Masala loans will have more takers than masala bonds: Amit BordiaInterview with head of Corporate Finance India The initial success of masala b
Masala loans will have more takers than masala bonds: Amit Bordia
Business Standard India / Posted 11 minutes ago
Interview with head of Corporate Finance India The initial success of masala bonds, or rupee-denominated bonds issued in the foreign market, has prompted Indian companies to explore if... Read more
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Business Standard India
Gadkari rejects priority berthing request for IOCThe Union shipping ministry is believed to have turned down a request from the
Gadkari rejects priority berthing request for IOC
Business Standard India / Posted 11 minutes ago
The Union shipping ministry is believed to have turned down a request from the ministry of petroleum and natural gas to give priority berthing to liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports by the state-run Indian Oil Corporation, at the upcoming Kamarajar... Read more
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Business Standard India
Shift DIPP from commerce ministry to FinMin, says IRS officers' body The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) needs to be detached
Shift DIPP from commerce ministry to FinMin, says IRS officers' body
Business Standard India / Posted 11 minutes ago
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) needs to be detached from the Commerce Ministry and brought under the Finance Ministry to ensure smooth functioning of... Read more
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Business Standard India
Fertiliser sales drop despite record rise in acreageUrea sales down by 8.79% , DAP/MAP by 23.47 per cent against the year-ago perio
Fertiliser sales drop despite record rise in acreage
Business Standard India / Posted 11 minutes ago
Urea sales down by 8.79% , DAP/MAP by 23.47 per cent against the year-ago period However, data show that till August 2016, urea sales were down 8.79 per cent against the year-ago period, while... Read more
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Business Standard India
NITI for 10-year tax holiday for coastal economic zonesThey are being planned on coastal lines of India to set up labour-intensive ind
NITI for 10-year tax holiday for coastal economic zones
Business Standard India / Posted 11 minutes ago
They are being planned on coastal lines of India to set up labour-intensive industries including clothing, electronics to tap export markets NITI Aayog, a policy think-tank of the government, is... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music companyMore news headlines NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music company
KTXS Abilene / Posted 12 minutes ago
More news headlines NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Media, which owns the nearly 50-year-old music magazine, will sell a 49% stake in the publication to Singapore-based social music... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music companyMore news headlines NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music company
KECI Missoula / Posted 15 minutes ago
More news headlines NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Media, which owns the nearly 50-year-old music magazine, will sell a 49% stake in the publication to Singapore-based social music... Read more
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Gulf News
Expats prefer UAE for its economic and political stabilitySix out of ten expats remain confident in the economy Dubai: The economic and
Expats prefer UAE for its economic and political stability
Gulf News / Posted 15 minutes ago
Six out of ten expats remain confident in the economy Dubai: The economic and political stability in the UAE continues to attract career-orientated expats to the country in comparison to other markets globally, according to HSBC’s Expat Explorer... Read more
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KERA North Texas
'Rolling Stone' Sells Minority Share Of Magazine To Singapore EntrepreneurThe founder of Rolling Stone is selling a minority share of the fabled magazine
'Rolling Stone' Sells Minority Share Of Magazine To Singapore Entrepreneur
KERA North Texas / Posted 16 minutes ago
The founder of Rolling Stone is selling a minority share of the fabled magazine to a Singapore-based social media entrepreneur, the first time an outside investor has been allowed to buy into the property. Several media reports say Jann Wenner has... Read more
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Newsmax
Presidential Debate Takes Center Stage for InvestorsWho becomes the next U.S. president will be a primary focus for Wall Street thi
Presidential Debate Takes Center Stage for Investors
Newsmax / Posted 20 minutes ago
Who becomes the next U.S. president will be a primary focus for Wall Street this week and beyond, starting on Monday with the first debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. While the White House race has so far had little... Read more
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Bennington Banner
National auto dealership network acquires Vermont-N.Y. businessBENNINGTON, VT. >> Acquisition of the Carbone Automotive Group by one of
National auto dealership network acquires Vermont-N.Y. business
Bennington Banner / Posted 20 minutes ago
BENNINGTON, VT. >> Acquisition of the Carbone Automotive Group by one of the nation's largest dealership networks, Oregon-based Lithia Motors, means that changes are on the way — but they'll be positive ones, a company spokesman said. Tom... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music companyNEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian busi
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music company
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 23 minutes ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Media, which owns the nearly 50-year-old music magazine, will sell a 49% stake in the publication to Singapore-based social music company BandLab... Read more
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asianage
EDMC project to boost revenue and educationCash-strapped East Delhi Municipal Corporation is planning to lease out its sch
EDMC project to boost revenue and education
asianage / Posted 24 minutes ago
Cash-strapped East Delhi Municipal Corporation is planning to lease out its schools to a few private coaching institutes, with a dual aim of boosting access to education for poor children and augmenting its revenues. “This project would be based on... Read more
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asianage
FPI fund inflow dips in IndiaForeign portfolio investments into domestic equity markets showed signs of slow
FPI fund inflow dips in India
asianage / Posted 24 minutes ago
Foreign portfolio investments into domestic equity markets showed signs of slow down over the last one-month as emerging market equity funds witnessed net redemptions on account of growth concerns in China and India. Although the US Federal Reserve... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Soludo Hits Back, Says Falana's Allegation He Diverted U.S.$7 Billion 'Blatant Lies'A former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Chukwuma Soludo, hit back Sat
Soludo Hits Back, Says Falana's Allegation He Diverted U.S.$7 Billion 'Blatant Lies'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 minutes ago
A former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Chukwuma Soludo, hit back Saturday after a senior Nigerian lawyer, Femi Falana, accused him of unlawfully "doling" $7 billion of Nigeria's reserves to banks as loan. The former CBN chief dismissed... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music companyRolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Me
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music company
KTVZ Bend / Posted 25 minutes ago
Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Media, which owns the nearly 50-year-old music magazine, will sell a 49% stake in the publication to Singapore-based social music company BandLab Technologies. BandLab was... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music companyRolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Me
Half of Rolling Stone sold to Singapore music company
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 25 minutes ago
Rolling Stone is teaming up with the son of an Asian business giant. Wenner Media, which owns the nearly 50-year-old music magazine, will sell a 49% stake in the publication to Singapore-based social music company BandLab Technologies. BandLab was... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Amid questions, Greenwich real estate market holds steadyWith its abundant amenities, proximity to New York and high quality of life, mo
Amid questions, Greenwich real estate market holds steady
Darien News-Review / Posted 25 minutes ago
With its abundant amenities, proximity to New York and high quality of life, most people would agree Greenwich is a desirable place to live. When it comes to the prospects of its real estate market, opinions start to diverge. A raft of recent... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ dollar falls against greenback, AussieThe New Zealand dollar fell against the greenback and the Australian dollar on
NZ dollar falls against greenback, Aussie
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 26 minutes ago
The New Zealand dollar fell against the greenback and the Australian dollar on Friday after the Reserve Bank's interest rate review left traders with more of a sense that governor Graeme Wheeler is likely to cut the official cash rate at the next... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
World Week Ahead: Eyes on Opec, US debateThe Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries will meet in Algiers today, w
World Week Ahead: Eyes on Opec, US debate
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 26 minutes ago
The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries will meet in Algiers today, with investors watching to see if an agreement on limiting oil output can be reached in an effort to ease the global glut and bolster prices. On Friday US West Texas... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ dollar falls to four-week lowThe New Zealand dollar fell to a four-week low as traders increased bets the Re
NZ dollar falls to four-week low
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 26 minutes ago
The New Zealand dollar fell to a four-week low as traders increased bets the Reserve Bank will cut the official cash rate in November after the bank last week cited "sustained" weakness in inflation while flagging the need for further easing. The... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
OECD blames stalled world growth on central bank 'distortions'Credit card details are required to authenticate your account. You won't be cha
OECD blames stalled world growth on central bank 'distortions'
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 26 minutes ago
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