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Sydney Morning Herald
China's blue skies target may make for winter gas crunch Chinese President Xi Jinping's government has beaten expectations in its drive
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
Chinese President Xi Jinping's government has beaten expectations in its drive to help clear the nation's notoriously smoggy skies by burning less coal and oil in favour of cleaner natural gas. Now that success may be too much, too soon. A... Read more
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The Age
China's blue skies target may make for winter gas crunch Chinese President Xi Jinping's government has beaten expectations in its drive
The Age / Posted 7 minutes ago
Chinese President Xi Jinping's government has beaten expectations in its drive to help clear the nation's notoriously smoggy skies by burning less coal and oil in favour of cleaner natural gas. Now that success may be too much, too soon. A... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
California’s housing crisis was decades in the making. It needs more than quick fixesWe know the problem well. We live it. Other than Hawaii, California has the ign
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 9 minutes ago
We know the problem well. We live it. Other than Hawaii, California has the ignominious distinction of leading the nation in housing costs, and not by a little. A San Francisco apartment costs more than one in New York City. A Silicon Valley home is... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Bankruptcy fight over Oncor to test Warren Buffett's disciplineREUTERS: Warren Buffett takes pride in naming his price to buy a company, and n
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 minutes ago
REUTERS: Warren Buffett takes pride in naming his price to buy a company, and not paying a nickel more. But the largest U.S. natural gas distribution utility, an unyielding hedge fund, and a Delaware bankruptcy judge now present one of the biggest... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Region in pole position for more fundingTHIS year’s budget came with caveat weeks in advance. NSW Nationals’ leader an
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 minutes ago
THIS year’s budget came with caveat weeks in advance. NSW Nationals’ leader and deputy premier John Barilaro boasted about his billion dollar plan to “turbo-charge” the regions. Perhaps he meant literally turbo-charge. Bathurst was a major... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Industrial site: up to 9000 jobs forecast for new plotTAMWORTH Regional Council has finalised the purchase of a 250-hectare parcel of
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 minutes ago
TAMWORTH Regional Council has finalised the purchase of a 250-hectare parcel of land adjacent to the airport to be developed as an industrial area, and it is hoped the investment will attract business to bolster the city’s chance of securing funding... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Council eyes off industry rezoneSteps taken towards creating new industrial area in Tamworth. FUNDING PUSH: Ta
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 minutes ago
Steps taken towards creating new industrial area in Tamworth. FUNDING PUSH: Tamworth mayor Col Murray wants to secure funding for an intermodal freight hub in Tamworth. Photo: Gareth Gardner TAMWORTH Regional Council could be paving the way for an... Read more
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Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Nourishing NavarreLess-fortunate students in Navarre no longer have to go without food on the wee
Santa Rosa Press Gazette / Posted 14 minutes ago
Less-fortunate students in Navarre no longer have to go without food on the weekends. By Heather Osbourne | 315-4440 | @heatheronwfdn | hosbourne@nwfdailynews.com NAVARRE — Less-fortunate students in Navarre no longer have to go without food on the... Read more
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Business Standard India
DGCA 1-yr notice period norm for pilots may hit expansion plansNew DGCA notice period norms for airline commanders may hit the expansion plans
Business Standard India / Posted 23 minutes ago
New DGCA notice period norms for airline commanders may hit the expansion plans of the domestic carriers besides significantly impacting the entry of potential strategic investors, according to experts. The new rules, put in place by the aviation... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Groetken, Davidson, Watchorn file papers to run for councilGroetken said some of his specific areas of focus include downtown economic dev
Sioux City Journal / Posted 23 minutes ago
Groetken said some of his specific areas of focus include downtown economic development, continued expansion of parks and recreation offerings and a responsiveness to repairing the city's infrastructure. He said he also wants to continue to support... Read more
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asianage
DGCA notice period norms for pilots many hit expansion plansMumbai: New DGCA notice period norms for airline commanders may hit the expansi
asianage / Posted 37 minutes ago
Mumbai: New DGCA notice period norms for airline commanders may hit the expansion plans of the domestic carriers besides significantly impacting the entry of potential strategic investors, according to experts. The new rules, put in place by the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Governments Put Pressure on Mining GroupsStrict laws, high taxes: Africa's governments are looking more closely at forei
AllAfrica.com / Posted 38 minutes ago
Strict laws, high taxes: Africa's governments are looking more closely at foreign mining companies. In future, more locals will benefit from the extraction of raw materials. But the strategies are controversial. Tanzania's President John Magufuli... Read more
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FOX News
Trump adviser Icahn resigned ahead of negative magazine storyWASHINGTON – Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who resigned Friday from an unpai
FOX News / Posted 40 minutes ago
WASHINGTON – Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who resigned Friday from an unpaid post as President Donald Trump's adviser on deregulation efforts, stepped down as The New Yorker was preparing to publish a lengthy article detailing Icahn's potential... Read more
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Reuters
Bankruptcy fight over Oncor to test Warren Buffett's discipline(Reuters) - Warren Buffett takes pride in naming his price to buy a company, an
Reuters / Posted 40 minutes ago
(Reuters) - Warren Buffett takes pride in naming his price to buy a company, and not paying a nickel more. But the largest U.S. natural gas distribution utility, an unyielding hedge fund, and a Delaware bankruptcy judge now present one of the biggest... Read more
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dna
Will continue to support the team, says TendulkarBatting great Sachin Tendulkar said his best wishes are always with the Indian
dna / Posted 42 minutes ago
Batting great Sachin Tendulkar said his best wishes are always with the Indian cricket team and he will continue to support the side even if its performance doesn't meet expectations all the time. "Our good wishes are always with the (Indian) team.... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Richard Freudenstein buys first Realestate.com.au shares despite 1500% rise since he joined boardAny real estate agent worth their salt would tell you there has never been a be
Brisbane Times / Posted 43 minutes ago
Any real estate agent worth their salt would tell you there has never been a better time to buy, or sell. So CBD was pleased to see that News Corp veteran and former Foxtel boss, Richard Freudenstein, became a shareholder of Realestate.com.au (REA)... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney auction clearance rate below 70 per cent for first time in two monthsOne week is a long time in the real estate industry, as the difference in Sydne
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 49 minutes ago
One week is a long time in the real estate industry, as the difference in Sydney’s auction performances apart shows. Low clearance rates in western Sydney had the effect of dragging down the overall auction clearance rate below 70 per cent for the... Read more
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The Age
Sydney auction clearance rate below 70 per cent for first time in two monthsOne week is a long time in the real estate industry, as the difference in Sydne
The Age / Posted 51 minutes ago
One week is a long time in the real estate industry, as the difference in Sydney’s auction performances apart shows. Low clearance rates in western Sydney had the effect of dragging down the overall auction clearance rate below 70 per cent for the... Read more
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The Age
Richard Freudenstein buys first Realestate.com.au shares despite 1500% rise since he joined boardAny real estate agent worth their salt would tell you there has never been a be
The Age / Posted 51 minutes ago
Any real estate agent worth their salt would tell you there has never been a better time to buy, or sell. So CBD was pleased to see that News Corp veteran and former Foxtel boss, Richard Freudenstein, became a shareholder of Realestate.com.au (REA)... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Richard Freudenstein buys first Realestate.com.au shares despite 1500% rise since he joined boardAny real estate agent worth their salt would tell you there has never been a be
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 54 minutes ago
Any real estate agent worth their salt would tell you there has never been a better time to buy, or sell. So CBD was pleased to see that News Corp veteran and former Foxtel boss, Richard Freudenstein, became a shareholder of Realestate.com.au (REA)... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Whitney Restaurant, Garfield medical office building go energy efficient with PACE projectBegun in California, PACE has been approved in 33 states, including Michigan. S
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 57 minutes ago
Begun in California, PACE has been approved in 33 states, including Michigan. Some 32 local governments in Michigan have approved it, including Wayne, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and St. Clair counties, to participate along with 10 cities including... Read more
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Boston Herald
Soaring prices a growing concernThe Bay State’s booming economy is bringing with it a downside for those lookin
Boston Herald / Posted 57 minutes ago
The Bay State’s booming economy is bringing with it a downside for those looking to rent an apartment or buy a home in the state: soaring housing costs, particularly in Greater Boston. The problem isn’t new, but it’s more acute in places where the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Westminster and the big lie about Scotland's oilPro-independence BFS said its report showed that without the UK Government's mi
heraldscotland / Posted 57 minutes ago
Pro-independence BFS said its report showed that without the UK Government's mishandling of the oil and gas industry, "Scotland would run a significant fiscal surplus". Using detailed oil price research since the price crash - which saw tens of... Read more
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Morningstar
There’s More Upside for SalesforceFirst-quarter revenue rose 25% versus the prior-year period to nearly $2.4 bill
Morningstar / Posted 58 minutes ago
First-quarter revenue rose 25% versus the prior-year period to nearly $2.4 billion, well ahead of our lofty expectations. Sales Cloud remains a bright spot, as revenue rose 14.5% in the first quarter despite a tough comparable period. Revenue from... Read more
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Morningstar
Foreign-Stock Fund Regains Its Medalist StatusLead manager Richard Clattenburg has worked on T. Rowe International Stock in v
Morningstar / Posted 58 minutes ago
Lead manager Richard Clattenburg has worked on T. Rowe International Stock in various capacities for 10 years now. He has gotten off to a pretty good start at the helm. And this fund’s other strengths remain intact. Therefore, this fund’s People... Read more
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The Economic Times
Tepid credit growth: RBI data missing non-bank, debt marketsMUMBAI:Though there's no denying that credit growth continues to decline, the R
The Economic Times / Posted 58 minutes ago
MUMBAI:Though there's no denying that credit growth continues to decline, the RBI data on sectoral credit growth shows only one side of the story as credit per se has been expanding through non-banking channels, primarily in the debt market, said a... Read more
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The Economic Times
Defence firms eye billion-dollar chance for 'made in India'NEW DELHI: India has drawn up a shopping list for tens of billions of dollars o
The Economic Times / Posted 58 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: India has drawn up a shopping list for tens of billions of dollars of foreign fighter jets, armoured vehicles, submarines and helicopters but it will only sign the cheques if they are made in India. The world's largest defence importer... Read more
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The Economic Times
5 things founders should know about investorsFirst-time entrepreneurs often find themselves in over their heads while negoti
The Economic Times / Posted 58 minutes ago
First-time entrepreneurs often find themselves in over their heads while negotiating with angels investors or VCs, who have more experience and money MUMBAI: There is always a gap between what an investor thinks is fair — whether the terms of funding... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
Melvin Laird: War and WatergateThe task was daunting. A growing share of the American public sought an end to
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 59 minutes ago
The task was daunting. A growing share of the American public sought an end to an unpopular war in Vietnam, and Nixon ran on a platform of ending the U.S. military draft. Laird set footings for both sweeping changes before his departure from the post... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Start-up iSpani off to the USGerard Govender, an iSpani board member, and iSpani’s Ntandoyenkosi Shezi, Prin
News 24 South Africa / Posted an hour ago
Gerard Govender, an iSpani board member, and iSpani’s Ntandoyenkosi Shezi, Prince Nwadeyi and Patrick Machekera. Picture: Silver Sibiya Judges described the winners of 1Giantleap’s start-up programme finale as a superclever team with complementary... Read more
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