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Fortune
Richard Branson Sells Virgin Atlantic to Air France-KLMIn a letter to staff, Branson wrote that “It’s strange to think” that the airli
Fortune / Posted a minute ago
In a letter to staff, Branson wrote that “It’s strange to think” that the airline he founded in 1984 “has now been flying for half my lifetime.” While Virgin Atlantic’s joint venture with Delta helped them to compete with the British Airways-American... Read more
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Fortune
Starbucks Just Had Its Worst Stock Dive in 2 YearsSlowing growth in the U.S. forced Starbucks to cut its profit forecast for the
Fortune / Posted a minute ago
Slowing growth in the U.S. forced Starbucks to cut its profit forecast for the fiscal year. The company also admitted defeat in its effort to run a chain of tea shops, saying it will shutter its Teavana stores, a move that will eliminate 3,300... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Starbucks to close Teavana chain including nine stores in South FloridaThe giant coffee company is closing all 379 of its Teavana stores nationwide, i
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 4 minutes ago
The giant coffee company is closing all 379 of its Teavana stores nationwide, including nine stores in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties. South Florida stores closing are in Boca Raton, Wellington, Sunrise, Coral Gables, Coral Springs,... Read more
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The Age
Rising dollar sends jitters through local manufacturers"Everyone's got their own pinch point," says Simon Whiteley, one of the many lo
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
"Everyone's got their own pinch point," says Simon Whiteley, one of the many local exporters confronting the danger of a soaring Australian dollar. For his business, Corex, which manufactures solid plastic sheeting for signage, packaging and... Read more
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The Age
$51 billion budget bonus in Greens plan to curb negative gearingThe Australian Greens are preparing to unveil the most ambitious plan yet to ge
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
The Australian Greens are preparing to unveil the most ambitious plan yet to get young people into homes, costed at an extraordinary $51 billion. The $51 billion figure is a net saving to the budget rather than a cost, calculated over 10 by the... Read more
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The Age
Ross Gittins: Last charge of the rate-rise brigadeDo you realise the Reserve Bank board hasn't changed Australia's official inter
The Age / Posted 5 minutes ago
Do you realise the Reserve Bank board hasn't changed Australia's official interest rate from 1.5 per cent for almost a year? But that hasn't stopped people in the financial markets from speculating furiously about whether rates are about to go down –... Read more
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EuroNews
After rate hike talk, Bank of England set to keep investors guessingBy William Schomberg LONDON (Reuters) – For a while recently it looked as if th
EuroNews / Posted 6 minutes ago
By William Schomberg LONDON (Reuters) – For a while recently it looked as if the Bank of England might finally be getting ready to raise interest rates, but Governor Mark Carney and most of his top officials seem set to remain in wait-and-see mode... Read more
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EuroNews
Amazon's big profit miss spooks investors, but analysts' stay bullishBy Sweta Singh and Ankur Banerjee (Reuters) – A steeper-than-expected drop in q
EuroNews / Posted 6 minutes ago
By Sweta Singh and Ankur Banerjee (Reuters) – A steeper-than-expected drop in quarterly profit rattled some Amazon.com investors, but Wall Street analysts remained largely bullish about the company’s aggressive spending plans. Shares of the... Read more
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Market Watch
Bojangles' shares sink after revenue miss, guidance cutBojangles' Inc. BOJA, -11.82% shares sank 10.1% in early Friday trading after s
Market Watch / Posted 6 minutes ago
Bojangles' Inc. BOJA, -11.82% shares sank 10.1% in early Friday trading after second-quarter revenue missed expectations and the company cut guidance. Net income reported late Thursday was $8.6 million, or 22 cents per share, down from $10.0 million... Read more
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The Star
Wall St opens lower as Amazon weighs on tech stocksAt 9:37am ET (Friday), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 8.75 points, o
The Star / Posted 6 minutes ago
At 9:37am ET (Friday), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 8.75 points, or 0.04%, at 21,787.8. The AFP photo shows traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. NEW YORK: US stock indexes opened lower on Friday as Amazon’s... Read more
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The Star
Borrowers' family members end up being victims of loan sharksKUALA LUMPUR: Desperate family members of four men could no longer cope with th
The Star / Posted 6 minutes ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Desperate family members of four men could no longer cope with the harassment from loan sharks. The four men, who repeatedly borrowed from loan sharks, were disowned by their families. A retiree known as Liong, 60, from Kuala Lumpur... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Trigaux: Closing Iron Yard coding school hits area tech hard but leaders talk of optionsThe coming shutdown this fall of the Iron Yard software coding school in downto
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 6 minutes ago
The coming shutdown this fall of the Iron Yard software coding school in downtown St. Petersburg — announced this month as part of a national closing of all 15 Iron Yard locations — remains a shocking event to a Tampa Bay technology community that... Read more
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Market Watch
Bitcoin prices rise as Ether extends recent weaknessThe price of digital currency bitcoin rose Friday, putting it on track for a mo
Market Watch / Posted 6 minutes ago
The price of digital currency bitcoin rose Friday, putting it on track for a modest weekly gain, while rival currency Ether extended its recent weakness. At latest check, a single bitcoin BTCUSD, +4.51% was up 2.7% to $2,771.45, according to... Read more
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Market Watch
A menacing pattern has revealed itself in the stock marketPrudent investors ought to pay attention to a menacing pattern developing in th
Market Watch / Posted 6 minutes ago
Prudent investors ought to pay attention to a menacing pattern developing in the stock market. Here are the key points from the chart linked above. • An “outside day” was traced. That’s when the high of the day is higher than the high of the... Read more
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The Star
Exxon profit nearly doubles, but falls short of expectationsExxonMobil posted second-quarter net income of US$3.35bil (RM14.34bil) compared
The Star / Posted 6 minutes ago
ExxonMobil posted second-quarter net income of US$3.35bil (RM14.34bil) compared to US$1.7bil (RM7.28bil) a year earlier. - Reuters pic NEW YORK: Exxon Mobil Corp, the world’s largest publicly traded oil producer, said on Friday its quarterly profit... Read more
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Market Watch
Japan slaps 50% tariff on U.S. frozen beef, first such action in 14 yearsTOKYO—Japan said Friday it would impose a temporary 50% tariff on frozen beef f
Market Watch / Posted 6 minutes ago
TOKYO—Japan said Friday it would impose a temporary 50% tariff on frozen beef from the U.S. and several other countries, a move that could inflame trade tensions, although Tokyo officials described it as a required response to a recent surge in... Read more
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Market Watch
Invisalign maker Align stocks surge 8% after earnings blow past estimatesAlign Technology Inc. shares ALGN, +8.26% surged 8% Friday, after the maker of
Market Watch / Posted 6 minutes ago
Align Technology Inc. shares ALGN, +8.26% surged 8% Friday, after the maker of Invisalign dental braces blew past second-quarter earnings estimates. San Jose, California-based Align said late Thursday it had net income of $69.2 million, or $85 cents... Read more
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The Irish Times
IDA welcomes US u-turn on border adjustment taxThe IDA has welcomed a decision by US policymakers to abort plans for tax refor
The Irish Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
The IDA has welcomed a decision by US policymakers to abort plans for tax reform that threatened Irish exports to the country. Republicans announced they would scrap plans for a US border adjustment tax, an element of which was a levy on... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Starbucks to shutter all Teavana stores as sales disappointNEW YORK — Starbucks is shutting down its struggling Teavana chain, and relying
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 6 minutes ago
NEW YORK — Starbucks is shutting down its struggling Teavana chain, and relying on customers who spend more on pricier drinks and food to drive up sales at its namesake coffee stores. The company reported disappointing global sales growth on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Rising dollar sends jitters through local manufacturers"Everyone's got their own pinch point," says Simon Whiteley, one of the many lo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
"Everyone's got their own pinch point," says Simon Whiteley, one of the many local exporters confronting the danger of a soaring Australian dollar. For his business, Corex, which manufactures solid plastic sheeting for signage, packaging and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
$51 billion budget bonus in Greens plan to curb negative gearingThe Australian Greens are preparing to unveil the most ambitious plan yet to ge
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
The Australian Greens are preparing to unveil the most ambitious plan yet to get young people into homes, costed at an extraordinary $51 billion. The $51 billion figure is a net saving to the budget rather than a cost, calculated over 10 by the... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
US stocks follow other global markets lowerNEW YORK (AP) - U.S. stocks followed other markets lower on Friday after Amazon
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 7 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) - U.S. stocks followed other markets lower on Friday after Amazon and several other big companies reported quarterly results that underwhelmed investors. Health care stocks fell, but by less than the rest of the market, after the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ross Gittins: Last charge of the rate-rise brigadeDo you realise the Reserve Bank board hasn't changed Australia's official inter
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Do you realise the Reserve Bank board hasn't changed Australia's official interest rate from 1.5 per cent for almost a year? But that hasn't stopped people in the financial markets from speculating furiously about whether rates are about to go down –... Read more
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The Register
London cops bust fake Cisco hardware chainCity of London cops today confirmed they have confiscated hundreds of thousands
The Register / Posted 7 minutes ago
City of London cops today confirmed they have confiscated hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of counterfeit Cisco networking gear. Officers from the Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) raided a premise in Herne Bay, Kent on 25 July and... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Stocks start lower as retailers dropNEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in financial markets (All times loca
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 11 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 9:35 a.m. Stocks are opening lower as steep losses for Amazon and Starbucks drag retailers and other consumer-focused companies lower. Amazon fell 4 percent Friday... Read more
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Business Standard India
Jabong announces big brand sale; aims at heavy profitsLeading fashion and lifestyle e-commerce platform, Jabong has announced the lau
Business Standard India / Posted 12 minutes ago
Leading fashion and lifestyle e-commerce platform, Jabong has announced the launch of its biggest fashion festival called the "Big Brand Sale" from 29 to 31 July. The company expects an eight fold increase in its revenue during the event. The sale... Read more
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Business Standard India
'Loan waiver, mounting NPAs may force banks to stop lending to agri sector'HDFC Bank, country's second largest private sector lender, known for its asset
Business Standard India / Posted 12 minutes ago
HDFC Bank, country's second largest private sector lender, known for its asset quality, reported a 0.20 per cent jump in gross NPAs for the June quarter. The city-headquartered bank had said up to 0.13 per cent contribution in the fresh bad loans... Read more
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Business Standard India
Rs 13,300 cr transacted via 1,155 shell companies in last 3 yrs:T dept"During last three financial years (2013-14 to 2015-16), investigations by the
Business Standard India / Posted 12 minutes ago
"During last three financial years (2013-14 to 2015-16), investigations by the Income Tax Department have led to detection of more than 1,155 shell companies/entities which were used as conduits by over 22,000 beneficiaries," Minister of State for... Read more
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Greenwich Time
US stocks follow other global markets lowerNEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks followed other markets lower on Friday after Amazon
Greenwich Time / Posted 14 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks followed other markets lower on Friday after Amazon and several other big companies reported quarterly results that underwhelmed investors. Health care stocks fell, but by less than the rest of the market, after the... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
U.S. economy accelerated during first full Trump quarterRelated content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - The U.S. economy gathered momentum durin
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 15 minutes ago
Related content NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - The U.S. economy gathered momentum during the first full quarter with President Trump in charge. Economic growth accelerated to an annual rate of 2.6% from April through June, the government said Friday. That... Read more
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