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Orlando Sentinel
Royal Caribbean's first-quarter profit soars to $99.1 millionThe world's second-largest cruise company, based in Miami, posted net income of
Royal Caribbean's first-quarter profit soars to $99.1 million
Orlando Sentinel / Posted a minute ago
The world's second-largest cruise company, based in Miami, posted net income of $99.1 million, or 46 cents a share, compared with $45.2 million, or 20 cents a share, in the same period last year. Quarterly revenue totaled $1.92 billion, up from... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Standard Insurance names new top execsMANILA, Philippines – The board of directors of leading car insurer Standard In
Standard Insurance names new top execs
Pilipino Star / Posted a minute ago
MANILA, Philippines – The board of directors of leading car insurer Standard Insurance Co. Inc. has elected Patricia E. Chilip as chairperson while his brother John was unanimously chosen president and chief executive officer. Sportsman Ernesto... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted a minute ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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Pilipino Star
BSP releases guidelines on swap of old banknotesMANILA, Philippines – The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has issued the guid
BSP releases guidelines on swap of old banknotes
Pilipino Star / Posted a minute ago
MANILA, Philippines – The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has issued the guidelines on the replacement or exchange of old banknotes held by banks, local government treasurers, law enforcement agencies and overseas Filipino workers. BSP issued... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Government debt slides slightly to P5.9 TOn higher payments, stronger peso in March MANILA, Philippines – Higher paymen
Government debt slides slightly to P5.9 T
Pilipino Star / Posted a minute ago
On higher payments, stronger peso in March MANILA, Philippines – Higher payments and a stronger peso brought down the value of the National Government’s (NG) debt pile as of the first quarter, data from the Bureau of the Treasury showed. NG debt... Read more
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Pilipino Star
SM helps bridge huge housing gapMANILA, Philippines – The residential condominium market has undergone a major
SM helps bridge huge housing gap
Pilipino Star / Posted a minute ago
MANILA, Philippines – The residential condominium market has undergone a major shift from 10 years ago when there were just a handful of real estate firms building condos and only a few who could afford living in such units. Today, with a housing... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Lending slows, money supply grows in MarchMANILA, Philippines – The growth of loans extended by banks slowed in March due
Lending slows, money supply grows in March
Pilipino Star / Posted a minute ago
MANILA, Philippines – The growth of loans extended by banks slowed in March due to the easing of lending to productive activities particularly manufacturing, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) reported yesterday. BSP Governor Amando Tetangco Jr.... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 3 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 4 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 5 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Jones Co. police need help identifying manThe Jones County Sheriff's Office needs help identifying a man who they say use
Jones Co. police need help identifying man
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Jones County Sheriff's Office needs help identifying a man who they say used a cloned credit card. He is wanted for questioning about a credit card theft. The credit card was used at the Sam's Club on 4701 Log Cabin Dr. in Macon. Anyone with... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Buffett admires fellow billionaire BezosLive from Omaha ... it's Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger! For the first time
Buffett admires fellow billionaire Bezos
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 6 minutes ago
Live from Omaha ... it's Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger! For the first time ever, Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting was webcast live on Yahoo Finance for anyone to see. Berkshire meeting virgins probably loved the Catskills comedy... Read more
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Zero Hedge
PRECIOUS METALS INVESTOR: Must See Important Charts & DataThe U.S. and world economies are in serious trouble. Unfortunately, the majorit
PRECIOUS METALS INVESTOR: Must See Important Charts & Data
Zero Hedge / Posted 7 minutes ago
The U.S. and world economies are in serious trouble. Unfortunately, the majority of analysts continue to put out increasingly worthless forecasts as they fail to understand the true nature of the problem... or rather, the predicament we are... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
German finmin criticises Volkswagen management over bonuses: PaperFRANKFURT: Germany's finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has criticized the exe
German finmin criticises Volkswagen management over bonuses: Paper
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 minutes ago
FRANKFURT: Germany's finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has criticized the executive board of scandal-ridden carmaker Volkswagen for not waiving bonuses despite bringing the company to the brink of collapse. "I have no sympathy for managers who... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bloomberg UNMASKED - The Truth about ZH from Forex perspectiveWe've been a Forex author for many years on Zero Hedge and many other sites. Wr
Bloomberg UNMASKED - The Truth about ZH from Forex perspective
Zero Hedge / Posted 8 minutes ago
We've been a Forex author for many years on Zero Hedge and many other sites. Writing is a big part of our job as analysts, and educators. Recently we published a book Splitting Pennies - Understanding Forex to explain this complicated market to... Read more
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USA Today
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
USA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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News 8000
Buffett admires fellow billionaire BezosLive from Omaha ... it's Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger! For the first time
Buffett admires fellow billionaire Bezos
News 8000 / Posted 10 minutes ago
Live from Omaha ... it's Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger! For the first time ever, Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder meeting was webcast live on Yahoo Finance for anyone to see. Berkshire meeting virgins probably loved the Catskills comedy... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 11 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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Market Watch
Berkshire Hathaway earnings rise despite stumbles in insurance, railroadsBerkshire Hathaway, the firm run by investor Warren Buffett, reported net incom
Berkshire Hathaway earnings rise despite stumbles in insurance, railroads
Market Watch / Posted 15 minutes ago
Berkshire Hathaway, the firm run by investor Warren Buffett, reported net income of $5.59 billion, up from $5.16 billion in the same period a year earlier. The earnings were announced as the firm’s annual shareholders meeting got under way in Omaha,... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Nsawkaw to get 60-bed hospitalHealth News of Saturday, 30 April 2016 The 60-bed capacity Nsawkaw District Ho
Nsawkaw to get 60-bed hospital
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 15 minutes ago
Health News of Saturday, 30 April 2016 The 60-bed capacity Nsawkaw District Hospital in the Brong Ahafo Region currently under construction is scheduled to be completed in October this year. It is being financed by Euroget De Invest, an Egyptian... Read more
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Investopedia
AES) Who Are AES Corporation's Main Competitors?AES Corp. (NYSE: AES) is a company in the utilities sector that focuses on elec
AES) Who Are AES Corporation's Main Competitors?
Investopedia / Posted 16 minutes ago
AES Corp. (NYSE: AES) is a company in the utilities sector that focuses on electricity generation and distribution. The company faces the majority of its competition on the distribution side of the business. Although utility companies operate in an... Read more
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Investopedia
Vanguard vs. Fidelity: Comparing 2 Popular Balanced Mutual Funds (VGSTX, FBALX)Moderate allocation funds are a popular investment vehicle because they provide
Vanguard vs. Fidelity: Comparing 2 Popular Balanced Mutual Funds (VGSTX, FBALX)
Investopedia / Posted 16 minutes ago
Moderate allocation funds are a popular investment vehicle because they provide investors with exposure to both growth and value. Investors seeking diversification in asset allocation may find these funds attractive because they strike a balance... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 16 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 16 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Waitrose 'pleased' after given go ahead to expand Esher storeWaitrose was given permission to expand at Monday’s (April, 25) east area plann
Waitrose 'pleased' after given go ahead to expand Esher store
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 16 minutes ago
Waitrose was given permission to expand at Monday’s (April, 25) east area planning sub-committee, alongside the demolition of the adjacent former police station building for a new ground floor retail unit and six flats, over three floors... Read more
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The Financial Express
Federal Bank net profit tanks 96 pct to Rs 10 cr in Q4Federal Bank had posted a net profit of Rs 280.53 crore in the year ago period.
Federal Bank net profit tanks 96 pct to Rs 10 cr in Q4
The Financial Express / Posted 17 minutes ago
Federal Bank had posted a net profit of Rs 280.53 crore in the year ago period. (Source: Federal Bank) Private sector lender Federal Bank today reported a 96 per cent decline in net profit to Rs 10.26 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, due... Read more
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The Financial Express
Vijay Mallya loan case: Banks should focus on recovering dues, says Uday KotakVijay Mallya promoted companies, including the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines
Vijay Mallya loan case: Banks should focus on recovering dues, says Uday Kotak
The Financial Express / Posted 17 minutes ago
Vijay Mallya promoted companies, including the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines owe over Rs 9,000 crores to a consortium of 17 banks led by the SBI. (Reuters) Banks should focus on recovery rather than “going after borrowers”, eminent banker Uday... Read more
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First Coast News
Target brand perception falls, but it's not 'catastrophic'More than 1 million people may be roaring against Target's transgender-inclusiv
Target brand perception falls, but it's not 'catastrophic'
First Coast News / Posted 18 minutes ago
More than 1 million people may be roaring against Target's transgender-inclusive bathroom policy, but the possibility of long-term negative effects is slim, experts say. Though that isn't to say the company won't lose a few customers. Target has... Read more
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First Coast News
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
First Coast News / Posted 18 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every monthDepressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts
Massive oil theft by pirates costs Nigeria $1.5 billion every month
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 18 minutes ago
Depressed oil prices, rampant corruption, and pipeline vandalism are only parts of Nigeria’s oil problem. It’s now losing a massive 400,000 barrels of crude daily to pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, an amount equal to the entire daily export capacity... Read more
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