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The Courier
National recall: CalciYum Kids and Woolworths yoghurtThe recall relates to the lid potentially failing on resealing. Parmalat Austr
The Courier / Posted 3 minutes ago
The recall relates to the lid potentially failing on resealing. Parmalat Australia has recalled, Calciyum Kids Yoghurt and Woolworths Yoghurt in 70g pouches. Strawberry - Use by 21 Aug - 3 Oct inclusive. Vanilla - Use by 20 Aug - 2 Oct... Read more
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Anil Netto
Startling figures for Johor property sales to foreigners, unsold homesOng Kian Ming of Penang Institute has revealed eyebrow-raising figures of Johor
Anil Netto / Posted 3 minutes ago
Ong Kian Ming of Penang Institute has revealed eyebrow-raising figures of Johor property sales to foreigners as well as unsold units in projects undertaken by developers from China. According to the figures he obtained, more than three quarters of... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why the Bubs Australia Ltd share price just plunged 30% Unfortunately for its shareholders, the strong run of the Bubs Australia Ltd(
Motley Fool / Posted 4 minutes ago
Unfortunately for its shareholders, the strong run of the Bubs Australia Ltd(ASX: BUB) share price came to an abrupt end on Wednesday. At the market close the infant formula and baby food... Read more
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TheBull
Competition cuts into Vocus valuationsVocus Group's giant writedown on its major acquisitions last week has backlit t
TheBull / Posted 5 minutes ago
Vocus Group's giant writedown on its major acquisitions last week has backlit the telco's challenges to expand in an increasingly tough consumer broadband market and forced it to a $1.5 billion loss. Two days after private equity suitors abandoned... Read more
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The Economic Times
Sensex, Nifty extend gains; these stocks surge over 15%Market Now: Infosys jumps 3% on buzz of Nandan Nilekani’s return Top domesti
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Market Now: Infosys jumps 3% on buzz of Nandan Nilekani’s return Top domestic shareholders seek Nandan Nilekani's re-entry to Infosys D-Mart owner Avenue Supermarts m-cap tops Rs 60,000... Read more
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The Economic Times
First quarter is never right to judge rating agencies: Rajesh Mokashi, CARE RatingsTalking to ET Now, Rajesh Mokashi , MD, Care Ratings , says the fiscal of the g
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Talking to ET Now, Rajesh Mokashi , MD, Care Ratings , says the fiscal of the government will start improving and that eventually will lead to a better economic recovery. Edited excerpts: Highlights for Q1 and what has really led to a flattish top... Read more
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The Economic Times
Cabinet approves plans to merge some state-run banks: Report Indian banking: National Credit Registry may deliver some strength to
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
: Report Indian banking: National Credit Registry may deliver some strength to disadvantaged borrowers Ensure bank mergers benefit customers, shareholders: Arundhati Bhattacharya Banking... Read more
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The Economic Times
Top domestic shareholders seek Nandan Nilekani's re-entry to InfosysThe letter, signed by top officials of 12 mutual funds and insurance companies
The Economic Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
The letter, signed by top officials of 12 mutual funds and insurance companies including ICICI Prudential Asset Management, HDFC Asset Management, Birla Sun Life AMC among others, has asked the Infosys to invite Nilekani to join the board in a... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Whole Foods shareholders to get their say on Amazon dealNEW YORK (AP) — Whole Foods shareholders will vote on whether to bless a union
Stamford Advocate / Posted 7 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — Whole Foods shareholders will vote on whether to bless a union with Amazon that the organic grocery chain's CEO called "love at first sight." Before agreeing to the $13.7 billion offer, Whole Foods had been under intense shareholder... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Whole Foods shareholders to get their say on Amazon dealNEW YORK (AP) - Whole Foods shareholders will vote on whether to bless a union
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 7 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) - Whole Foods shareholders will vote on whether to bless a union with Amazon that the organic grocery chain's CEO called "love at first sight." Before agreeing to the $13.7 billion offer, Whole Foods had been under intense shareholder... Read more
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Perth Now
Competition cuts into Vocus valuationsVocus Group's giant writedown on its major acquisitions last week has backlit t
Perth Now / Posted 10 minutes ago
Vocus Group's giant writedown on its major acquisitions last week has backlit the telco's challenges to expand in an increasingly tough consumer broadband market and forced it to a $1.5 billion loss. Two days after private equity suitors abandoned... Read more
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Perth Now
Sirtex shares drop on $26 million lossShares in liver cancer treatment developer Sirtex Medical have plunged after it
Perth Now / Posted 10 minutes ago
Shares in liver cancer treatment developer Sirtex Medical have plunged after it ended a challenging year with a $26.3 million loss. Sirtex said a previously announced $90.5 million writedown in the value of its clinical and research and development... Read more
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Perth Now
CBA facing nation’s largest shareholder class actionTHE Commonwealth Bank could face what legal firm Maurice Blackburn says may be
Perth Now / Posted 10 minutes ago
THE Commonwealth Bank could face what legal firm Maurice Blackburn says may be Australia’s largest ever shareholder class action over its alleged failure to inform its 800,000 investors about Austrac’s accusations it breached money laundering and... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
We are getting the clearest signals yet that China is clamping down on overseas property investmentPhoto by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images Global property markets, including Australi
Business Insider Australia / Posted 10 minutes ago
Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images Global property markets, including Australia, are likely to feel the impact of increased restrictions by Chinese authorities on foreign investment in the second half of this year. The United States, Hong Kong and... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Whole Foods shareholders to get their say on Amazon dealNEW YORK (AP) - Whole Foods shareholders will vote on whether to bless a union
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted 10 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) - Whole Foods shareholders will vote on whether to bless a union with Amazon that the organic grocery chain's CEO called "love at first sight." Before agreeing to the $13.7 billion offer, Whole Foods had been under intense shareholder... Read more
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WA Today
A ban on coal has slowed China's July trade with North KoreaChina's trade with North Korea fell in July from a month earlier, data showed o
WA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
China's trade with North Korea fell in July from a month earlier, data showed on Wednesday, as a ban on coal purchases from its isolated neighbour slowed imports amid growing pressure from the United States to rein in Pyongyang's missile... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Don't rely on government' - Visy's Anthony Pratt calls for investmentTo businesses complaining about energy prices, industrial relations and climate
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 minutes ago
To businesses complaining about energy prices, industrial relations and climate policy as stumbling blocks to making investments, Anthony Pratt has a blunt message – get on with it. The executive chairman of paper, packaging and recycling giant... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A ban on coal has slowed China's July trade with North KoreaChina's trade with North Korea fell in July from a month earlier, data showed o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 minutes ago
China's trade with North Korea fell in July from a month earlier, data showed on Wednesday, as a ban on coal purchases from its isolated neighbour slowed imports amid growing pressure from the United States to rein in Pyongyang's missile... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Big W remains a Big Headache for WooliesHow do you solve a problem like Big W? There is certainly one school of thought
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 minutes ago
How do you solve a problem like Big W? There is certainly one school of thought that says it's time to cut and run. Remember the investor euphoria when Woolworths finally made the decision to exit its ill-conceived and poorly executed foray into... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Dr. Alan Boesak’s “radical” restitution.Dear Sir, Dr. Alan Boesak’s “radical” restitution refers. Dr. Boesak says tha
News 24 South Africa / Posted 12 minutes ago
Dear Sir, Dr. Alan Boesak’s “radical” restitution refers. Dr. Boesak says that South Africa’s negotiated settlement excluded the black majority who had sacrificed so much during the struggle for liberation. He says that you cannot have... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Whole Foods shareholders to get their say on Amazon dealNEW YORK (AP) — Whole Foods shareholders will vote on whether to bless a union
Connecticut Post / Posted 14 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — Whole Foods shareholders will vote on whether to bless a union with Amazon that the organic grocery chain's CEO called "love at first sight." Before agreeing to the $13.7 billion offer, Whole Foods had been under intense shareholder... Read more
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Missoulian
Asian markets rise modestly after Wall Street's sharp gainsSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Most Asian markets staged modest gains on Wednesday a
Missoulian / Posted 14 minutes ago
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Most Asian markets staged modest gains on Wednesday after overnight gains on Wall Street as geopolitical risks and turmoil at the White House that have dented investor sentiment in the past few weeks abated while investors... Read more
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The Age
Big W remains a Big Headache for WooliesHow do you solve a problem like Big W? There is certainly one school of thought
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
How do you solve a problem like Big W? There is certainly one school of thought that says it's time to cut and run. Remember the investor euphoria when Woolworths finally made the decision to exit its ill-conceived and poorly executed foray into... Read more
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The Age
Vocus confident on debt after booking $1.46 billion lossVocus Group, which owns the iPrimus and Dodo broadband brands, has assured inve
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
Vocus Group, which owns the iPrimus and Dodo broadband brands, has assured investors it will not breach its debt covenants in the next 12 months after delivering a stinging $1.46 billion loss for 2017. Vocus Group, the owner of iPrimus and Dodo... Read more
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The Age
'Don't rely on government' - Visy's Anthony Pratt calls for investmentTo businesses complaining about energy prices, industrial relations and climate
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
To businesses complaining about energy prices, industrial relations and climate policy as stumbling blocks to making investments, Anthony Pratt has a blunt message – get on with it. The executive chairman of paper, packaging and recycling giant... Read more
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The Age
A ban on coal has slowed China's July trade with North KoreaChina's trade with North Korea fell in July from a month earlier, data showed o
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
China's trade with North Korea fell in July from a month earlier, data showed on Wednesday, as a ban on coal purchases from its isolated neighbour slowed imports amid growing pressure from the United States to rein in Pyongyang's missile... Read more
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The Hindu
Techies form union for fair work environmentOn a rainy, lazy Sunday afternoon, 200 software professionals crammed into a sm
The Hindu / Posted 16 minutes ago
On a rainy, lazy Sunday afternoon, 200 software professionals crammed into a small hall inside the city’s Young Women’s Christian Association in Koramangala to decide on the contours of technology hub’s first trade union. After debating for more... Read more
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The Courier Mail
CBA facing nation’s largest shareholder class actionTHE Commonwealth Bank could face what legal firm Maurice Blackburn says may be
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 minutes ago
THE Commonwealth Bank could face what legal firm Maurice Blackburn says may be Australia’s largest ever shareholder class action over its alleged failure to inform its 800,000 investors about Austrac’s accusations it breached money laundering and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Sirtex shares drop on $26 million lossShares in liver cancer treatment developer Sirtex Medical have plunged after it
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 minutes ago
Shares in liver cancer treatment developer Sirtex Medical have plunged after it ended a challenging year with a $26.3 million loss. Sirtex said a previously announced $90.5 million writedown in the value of its clinical and research and development... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Vocus confident on debt after booking $1.46 billion lossVocus Group, which owns the iPrimus and Dodo broadband brands, has assured inve
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 minutes ago
Vocus Group, which owns the iPrimus and Dodo broadband brands, has assured investors it will not breach its debt covenants in the next 12 months after delivering a stinging $1.46 billion loss for 2017. Vocus Group, the owner of iPrimus and Dodo... Read more
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