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Marketing Interactive
Flock celebrates anniversary with establishment of subsidiariesJakarta-based creative agency Flock has established three other subsidiaries in
Marketing Interactive / Posted 11 minutes ago
Jakarta-based creative agency Flock has established three other subsidiaries in a bid to build a seamless branding experience for clients. This comes as the agency celebrates its first year anniversary. The subsiadiaries includes Maleo, Flock’s... Read more
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News.com.au
Historic home sets Newtown recordA NEW suburb record has been set for Newtown, with a historic four-bedroom home
News.com.au / Posted 15 minutes ago
A NEW suburb record has been set for Newtown, with a historic four-bedroom home selling for about $4 million. Built in 1876, just four years after Newtown went from being a rural outpost to an official municipality, the Munni St property is... Read more
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The Economic Times
Buyback to give opportunity to exit Infosys stocks: Dipan Mehta, BSE & NSEThe full picture does not look that great and because of the buyback, the stock
The Economic Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
The full picture does not look that great and because of the buyback, the stock is holding out a little bit at this point of time. Our view has been negative for the entire IT sector because of growth concerns and structural changes taking place and... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Baby Boomers Not Ready For RetirementConsider the stereotype of stodgy old codgers, set in their ways. Unable or unw
Stamford Advocate / Posted 19 minutes ago
Consider the stereotype of stodgy old codgers, set in their ways. Unable or unwilling to accept changes and handle risk, these overly cautious folks allow opportunities to pass them by. Could this stereotype fit baby boomers in their approach to... Read more
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Sky News Australia
AU$100m Spotify shares sold before listingA multibillion dollar Goldman Sachs hedge fund has quietly sold shares in Spoti
Sky News Australia / Posted 21 minutes ago
A multibillion dollar Goldman Sachs hedge fund has quietly sold shares in Spotify even as the Wall Street bank helps the digital music service prepare for an eye-catching public listing in New York. Sky News has learnt that Goldman Sachs Investment... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Baby Boomers Not Ready For RetirementConsider the stereotype of stodgy old codgers, set in their ways. Unable or unw
Connecticut Post / Posted 26 minutes ago
Consider the stereotype of stodgy old codgers, set in their ways. Unable or unwilling to accept changes and handle risk, these overly cautious folks allow opportunities to pass them by. Could this stereotype fit baby boomers in their approach to... Read more
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The Hindu
Infosys board approves ₹13,000 crore share buybackThe board of Infosys, India’s second-largest software exporter, on Saturday app
The Hindu / Posted 28 minutes ago
The board of Infosys, India’s second-largest software exporter, on Saturday approved a ₹13,000 crore share buyback plan, the first since the company’s inception 36 years ago. The buyback offer size amounts to 20.51% of the total paid-up equity... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
India's Infosys approves up to US$2 billion buyback of sharesMUMBAI: The board of India's second biggest IT firm, Infosys Ltd , on Saturday
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 31 minutes ago
MUMBAI: The board of India's second biggest IT firm, Infosys Ltd , on Saturday approved a share buyback program of up to 130 billion rupees (US$2.03 billion), a day after Vishal Sikka resigned as chief executive after a long-running feud with the... Read more
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express
Europe's 'ticking time bomb': Italy could DESTROY Eurozone as M5S soars in polls ITALY'S growing debt crisis risks being a "ticking time bomb" that could tear
express / Posted 35 minutes ago
ITALY'S growing debt crisis risks being a "ticking time bomb" that could tear the Eurozone apart, a political expert has said. Eurosceptic politicians are poised to... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Strasburg American Legion Auxiliary holds August meeting, announces awardsThe following cards were signed: a ‘get well’ card for Unit member Marilyn Mont
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 36 minutes ago
The following cards were signed: a ‘get well’ card for Unit member Marilyn Montgomery, a ‘get well’ card for past Department President Ramona Henricks, a ‘happy birthday’ card for Unit member Betty Rosine who is celebrating her 90th birthday, a... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Davis & Bowring celebrate 75-year milestoneA SEVENTY-five-year milestone has been reached by Davis & Bowring, the property
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 38 minutes ago
A SEVENTY-five-year milestone has been reached by Davis & Bowring, the property management, estate agency and chartered surveying firm at Kirkby Lonsdale. The company was established in Barbon in 1942 by land agents Mr John Davis and Colonel Kit... Read more
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Business Standard India
UP govt suspends five officials for seeking bribe for farm loan waiverActing on reports claiming that state revenue officials (lekhpal) were seeking
Business Standard India / Posted 43 minutes ago
Acting on reports claiming that state revenue officials (lekhpal) were seeking bribe for verification of loans in two districts, the four employees were suspended in Gonda while a trainee lekhpal was suspended in Mathura yesterday, a senior official... Read more
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Business Standard India
Infosys fallout: Nobody is coming out of the crisis smelling like rosesOn August 18, Sikka, the first non-founder head of Infosys resigned under conte
Business Standard India / Posted 43 minutes ago
On August 18, Sikka, the first non-founder head of Infosys resigned under contentious circumstances, flatly blaming the tussle between the company’s board and its founders for his decision, saying that it had taken a “personal toll” on him. “The... Read more
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Business Standard India
Infosys board clears Rs 13,000-crore share buyback at Rs 1,150 apieceInfosys Technologies on Saturday announced that its board had approved the Rs 1
Business Standard India / Posted 43 minutes ago
Infosys Technologies on Saturday announced that its board had approved the Rs 13,000-crore plan under which the company would buy back fully paid-up equity shares at Rs 1,150 apiece. In a filing to the BSE, India’s second-largest information... Read more
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News.com.au
Fitzroy classic soars $441,000 past reserveThe auction of 478 George St, Fitzroy, was a lengthy affair. BIDDERS battled f
News.com.au / Posted 55 minutes ago
The auction of 478 George St, Fitzroy, was a lengthy affair. BIDDERS battled for 45 minutes before the hammer fell in Fitzroy, as a cashed up downsizer splashed almost $200,000 more than reserve to secure a South Yarra townhouse. Meanwhile, another... Read more
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asianage
Sikka misses home, says have been away far too longNew Delhi: Stress is perhaps a given when you are the CEO of a multi-billion do
asianage / Posted 57 minutes ago
New Delhi: Stress is perhaps a given when you are the CEO of a multi-billion dollar technology firm. But "continued assaults" of "baseless" allegations are certainly not what Vishal Sikka signed up for when he joined Infosys three years ago. Sikka... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Auction Watch: Limited townhouses and spring-like weather bring buyers to BruceSeven groups registered for the auction of the three-bedroom, two-bathroom hous
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
Seven groups registered for the auction of the three-bedroom, two-bathroom house, with an opening bid of $620,000. Four parties gradually pushed the price above the $700,000 mark. The property was declared on the market at $715,000 and was snapped... Read more
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The Age
Auction Watch: Limited townhouses and spring-like weather bring buyers to BruceSeven groups registered for the auction of the three-bedroom, two-bathroom hous
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Seven groups registered for the auction of the three-bedroom, two-bathroom house, with an opening bid of $620,000. Four parties gradually pushed the price above the $700,000 mark. The property was declared on the market at $715,000 and was snapped... Read more
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The Economic Times
Board fightback could be a start for India IncMUMBAI: The entire Infosys board hitting out at co-founder N R Narayana Murthy
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
MUMBAI: The entire Infosys board hitting out at co-founder N R Narayana Murthy for repeatedly accusing the management and the board of poor corporate governance and other irregularities should be the first instance in corporate India of a board... Read more
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The Economic Times
Trade wars and the Great China Wall: How India can get its act together for a China-smart trade policyIndia exported goods worth $10 billion to China in 2005. India had a trade surp
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
India exported goods worth $10 billion to China in 2005. India had a trade surplus with China during 2003-5, reveals trade data maintained by China. In 2016 Indian exports are still about $10 billion, but its trade surplus has turned into a deficit... Read more
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The Economic Times
'Drone sale to India would cement bilateral ties with US'"This should be viewed as a significant step in cementing the US-India bilatera
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
"This should be viewed as a significant step in cementing the US-India bilateral defence relationship," Vivek Lall, chief executive US and international strategic development, General Atomics, told the Atlantic Council yesterday. Lall echoed Senator... Read more
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The Economic Times
US formally initiates investigation of China intellectual property practicesWASHINGTON: US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has formally initiated an
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
WASHINGTON: US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has formally initiated an investigation of China's intellectual property practices under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974, which will seek to determine if America's largest trading partner has... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Sycamore school gains new digital scoreboardSYCAMORE – Now they’re ready for some football in Spartan country. Sycamore Hi
Daily Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
SYCAMORE – Now they’re ready for some football in Spartan country. Sycamore High School gained three new HD video boards this year, including an outdoor scoreboard with video replay capabilities, thanks to the Sycamore Sports Boosters. Three boards... Read more
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The Economic Times
New Rs 50 note to hit market soon, old note to continueA new fluorescent blue Rs 50 banknote in the Mahatma Gandhi series, slightly sm
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
A new fluorescent blue Rs 50 banknote in the Mahatma Gandhi series, slightly smaller and slimmer than the existing note will soon be introduced by the Reserve Bank of India.All earlier notes will also continue to be legal tender. The dimensions of... Read more
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The Economic Times
Dalal Street week ahead: No runaway rise ahead, neither is any major breakdownThe coming week is once again going to be a short one, with Friday being a trad
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
The coming week is once again going to be a short one, with Friday being a trading holiday on account of Ganesh Chaturthi. The outlook for the week is clear. Neither will the market see any runway rise, nor will it see any major breakdown. It will... Read more
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The Economic Times
GST Return Filing: How to handle discounts and additional costAs a business, one needs to be aware of the changes in the valuation method and
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
As a business, one needs to be aware of the changes in the valuation method and also how to go about valuation in some special cases, for e.g. additional charges / discounts, branch transfers (which are taxable under GST) and when a supply is made... Read more
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The Economic Times
Infosys announces Rs 13,000 crore share buyback at Rs 1,150 per shareNEW DELHI: Infosys, India’s second largest IT firm, announced a Rs 13,000 crore
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
NEW DELHI: Infosys, India’s second largest IT firm, announced a Rs 13,000 crore share buyback on Saturday, a day after CEO and MD Vishal Sikka resigned following a ‘misguided’ campaign – as the company’s board called it – by none other than the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Three US law firms initiate investigation against Infosys over securities fraud; Rosen Law Firm prepares class action lawsuitRosen Law Firm is also preparing a class action lawsuit to recover losses suffe
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
Rosen Law Firm is also preparing a class action lawsuit to recover losses suffered by Infosys investors, the report said. Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman said that it was investigating potential claims on behalf of purchasers of Infosys. The... Read more
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Slate
Should Investors Care About Anything but Money?Slate’s weekly business and finance podcast. The Only Way Is Ethics EditionSla
Slate / Posted an hour ago
Slate’s weekly business and finance podcast. The Only Way Is Ethics EditionSlate Money on the CEO council disbanding, companies’ responsibilities to shareholders, and impact investing. Listen to Episode No. 170 of Slate Money Felix Salmon, senior... Read more
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The Hindu
State of affairs: Spilling 'first milk'In Tamil Nadu, the percentage of infants who were breast-fed within one hour of
The Hindu / Posted an hour ago
In Tamil Nadu, the percentage of infants who were breast-fed within one hour of birth dropped in 2015-16 compared to a decade ago. Only two more States - Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand - witnessed a drop in this indicator in NFHS-4. NFHS-4... Read more
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