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TheBull
Virgin Australia swings back to 1H profitVirgin Australia is back in the black with a first half profit of $45.7 million
Virgin Australia swings back to 1H profit
TheBull / Posted 2 minutes ago
Virgin Australia is back in the black with a first half profit of $45.7 million, its best six-month result in six years. The airline, which lost $53.1 million in the prior corresponding period, says it lifted revenue for the half to December 31 by... Read more
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TheBull
Aust bonds dip slightly amid global rallyAustralian bonds are marginally lower after the US central bank dampened bets o
Aust bonds dip slightly amid global rally
TheBull / Posted 2 minutes ago
Australian bonds are marginally lower after the US central bank dampened bets on a rate rise. ANZ economists say US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen's indication of no immediate monetary policy changes had contributed to falling yields in fixed... Read more
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TheBull
BP boss forecasts balanced oil market in second half of 2016BP boss Bob Dudley said Wednesday he was "very bearish" on oil prices for the f
BP boss forecasts balanced oil market in second half of 2016
TheBull / Posted 2 minutes ago
BP boss Bob Dudley said Wednesday he was "very bearish" on oil prices for the first half of 2016, but forecast supply and demand would balance in the second half. 11.02.2016 08:24 AM BP boss Bob Dudley said Wednesday he was "very bearish" on oil... Read more
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TheBull
Nasdaq up, Dow down as Yellen warns on economy The tech-rich Nasdaq rose, but the Dow retreated Wednesday as US stocks react
Nasdaq up, Dow down as Yellen warns on economy
TheBull / Posted 2 minutes ago
The tech-rich Nasdaq rose, but the Dow retreated Wednesday as US stocks reacted indecisively to statements from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen highlighting heightened economic risks. 11.02.2016... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Nanaimo politicians grant extention for city hall annex demolitionNanaimo politicians have given Cracey Holdings a five-year leeway to revamp or
Nanaimo politicians grant extention for city hall annex demolition
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 2 minutes ago
Nanaimo politicians have given Cracey Holdings a five-year leeway to revamp or tear down the old city hall annex. Nanaimo city council will allow Cracey Holdings Inc. an extension to seismically upgrade or demolish the old city hall annex on... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Food FightA new law proposed at the Utah Legislature would drop requirements for some of
Food Fight
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 3 minutes ago
A new law proposed at the Utah Legislature would drop requirements for some of the food sold by local producers to undergo safety inspections or certification. While supporters tout it as pro-free market, opponents worry it could lead to many Utahns... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Lebedevs locked in talks with Johnston Press to sell i newspaperThe deal will be viewed as something of a coup for Ashley Highfield, chief exec
Lebedevs locked in talks with Johnston Press to sell i newspaper
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 minutes ago
The deal will be viewed as something of a coup for Ashley Highfield, chief executive of Johnston, who since the start of the year has cut its pension deficit and vowed to offload some of its 220 regional titles. One source said the talks remained on... Read more
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Mashable
Tesla says Model 3 coming March 31, aims to be profitable in 2016Image: Torben Andahl/Associated Press Tesla Motors' earnings weren’t spectacul
Tesla says Model 3 coming March 31, aims to be profitable in 2016
Mashable / Posted 3 minutes ago
Image: Torben Andahl/Associated Press Tesla Motors' earnings weren’t spectacular, but it set a solid date for unveiling the Model 3: March 31st. However, we likely won't see all of it — maybe as little as the exterior design. The company delivered... Read more
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Mashable
Twitter re-examines the "@" reply as it loses core usersMeet the incredible shrinking Twitter. Twitter revealed on Wednesday that it f
Twitter re-examines the "@" reply as it loses core users
Mashable / Posted 3 minutes ago
Meet the incredible shrinking Twitter. Twitter revealed on Wednesday that it failed to grow its monthly active user count at all in the final three months of 2015. It had 320 million monthly users on average through the quarter, exactly the same as... Read more
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The Economic Times
Twitter user growth stalls in fourth quarterTwitter Inc's average monthly active users stalled in the fourth quarter - the
Twitter user growth stalls in fourth quarter
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
Twitter Inc's average monthly active users stalled in the fourth quarter - the first flat quarter sequentially since the company listed in 2013. Twitter said in a filing it had 320 million average monthly active users in the quarter, in line with... Read more
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The Economic Times
Tesla says expects to become profitable in 2016Tesla Motors Inc forecast deliveries of Model S sedans and Model X SUVs that to
Tesla says expects to become profitable in 2016
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
Tesla Motors Inc forecast deliveries of Model S sedans and Model X SUVs that topped analysts' estimates and said it expects to turn in a profit in 2016, sending its shares 15 per cent higher in after-hours trading. The electric car maker has long... Read more
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The Economic Times
Cisco beats profit estimates, adds $15 billion to buybackNetwork equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc reported a bigger-than-expected quart
Cisco beats profit estimates, adds $15 billion to buyback
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by higher demand for its routers and security products, and added $15 billion to its share buyback programme. The company's shares rose 5.1 per cent... Read more
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The Economic Times
Boeing to cut commercial airplane jobs to reduce costsSEATTLE: Boeing Co said on Wednesday it will cut jobs at its commercial airplan
Boeing to cut commercial airplane jobs to reduce costs
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
SEATTLE: Boeing Co said on Wednesday it will cut jobs at its commercial airplane unit as part of an ongoing effort to reduce costs. The company, the world's biggest aircraft maker, said it would begin making cuts with managers and executives in the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Top 9 Things to Know About Starting Your Own BusinessThe majority of Americans want to start their own business, according to a Gall
Top 9 Things to Know About Starting Your Own Business
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 minutes ago
The majority of Americans want to start their own business, according to a Gallup poll. The distance between thought and action, however, can be vast: The sad reality is that the majority of those Americans won’t start their own business. If you are... Read more
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Gamasutra
Zynga finishes a transitional 2015 with losses and mobile growthToday Zygna announced its financial results for 2015, including both numbers fo
Zynga finishes a transitional 2015 with losses and mobile growth
Gamasutra / Posted 4 minutes ago
Today Zygna announced its financial results for 2015, including both numbers for the final quarter of the year (the three months ending December 31, 2015) and the full year. The company saw its bookings, or revenue generated from payments in its... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Twitter Shares Plummet on Weak Q4 User GrowthTwitter continued to battle slowing growth in its core users in the fourth quar
Twitter Shares Plummet on Weak Q4 User Growth
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 minutes ago
Twitter continued to battle slowing growth in its core users in the fourth quarter, as the social network faces intense pressure to lure more people to use it. Shares dropped 10 percent to $13.50 in after hours trade. Twitter has been plagued by... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Twitter signals more distress as user growth flatlinesSAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Twitter set out to build a virtual town square bustling wi
Twitter signals more distress as user growth flatlines
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 6 minutes ago
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Twitter set out to build a virtual town square bustling with billions of people. But it's starting to look more like a novelty stand as social-media users flock to other services that strike a more personal chord. The company's... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Michigan governor plans $360M for Flint, infrastructureLANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday proposed spending
Michigan governor plans $360M for Flint, infrastructure
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 7 minutes ago
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday proposed spending hundreds of millions more dollars to address Flint's water crisis from lead contamination and to update pipes there and across the state - a plan that lawmakers from both... Read more
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WA Today
Asahi offers to buy Peroni and Grolsch for $4 billionJapan's Asahi Group has made a binding offer to buy the beer brands Peroni and
Asahi offers to buy Peroni and Grolsch for $4 billion
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
Japan's Asahi Group has made a binding offer to buy the beer brands Peroni and Grolsch, as well as certain European operations of SABMiller, for €2.55 billion ($4 billion). The deal, if consummated, would be the latest effort by Anheuser-Busch InBev... Read more
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WA Today
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall StreetCharlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen it all. One fired
A dying breed: Currency traders left out of new Wall Street
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
Charlie Stenger, a currency-broker-turned-recruiter, has seen it all. One fired trader wept in his office. Another admitted he hadn't told his wife he was unemployed, and left the house every day in a suit to sneak off to a coffee shop. Then there... Read more
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WA Today
Why tech wreck 2.0 is not on the horizonA renowned US investor who successfully sidestepped the dot com crash at the tu
Why tech wreck 2.0 is not on the horizon
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
A renowned US investor who successfully sidestepped the dot com crash at the turn of the millennium has moved to downplay fears over another complete meltdown in tech stocks. In an update designed to soothe investor fears, obtained by Fairfax Media,... Read more
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WA Today
ASX profit up 7.3pc, but derivatives income flatThe Australian sharemarket operator ASX has reported a 7.3 per cent lift in aft
ASX profit up 7.3pc, but derivatives income flat
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
The Australian sharemarket operator ASX has reported a 7.3 per cent lift in after-tax profit to $213.1 million for the first half of 2016 on revenues that were up 7.9 per cent to $376.2 million. It again recorded its strongest growth in listings and... Read more
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WA Today
Suncorp profit hit by natural disaster claimsSuncorp Group has posted a $530 million net profit for the half year to Februar
Suncorp profit hit by natural disaster claims
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
Suncorp Group has posted a $530 million net profit for the half year to February - a 16 per cent drop from last year's $631 million due to higher natural disaster claims costs. The $14 billion bancassurer reported a 10.1 per cent underlying... Read more
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WA Today
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surgeVirgin Australia Holdings nearly doubled earnings in its domestic division in t
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surge
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
Virgin Australia Holdings nearly doubled earnings in its domestic division in the first half of the financial year as a result of its ability to charge 9.1 per cent more for the average airfare as it attracted more corporate and government... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Aussies are confident but have job worriesAustralian consumers are more worried about jobs than the global economy at the
Aussies are confident but have job worries
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 minutes ago
Australian consumers are more worried about jobs than the global economy at the moment. Consumer confidence rebounded in February despite ongoing volatility on world financial markets amid fears about global economic growth. But while the... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
Shock industry slump bad news for EuropeEurope's top four economies suffered steeper drops in industrial output during
Shock industry slump bad news for Europe
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 7 minutes ago
Europe's top four economies suffered steeper drops in industrial output during December than any analyst had forecast, a grim sign for the global economy as it struggles to sustain momentum. Industrial output data for Britain, France and Italy... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
The Fed cites global risks to USTightening financial conditions driven by falling stock prices, uncertainty ove
The Fed cites global risks to US
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 7 minutes ago
Tightening financial conditions driven by falling stock prices, uncertainty over China and a global reassessment of credit risk could throw the US economy off track from an otherwise solid course, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says. Speaking at... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
All eyes on Rio Tinto dividendRio Tinto investors will keep a close eye on the mining giant's dividend policy
All eyes on Rio Tinto dividend
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 7 minutes ago
Rio Tinto investors will keep a close eye on the mining giant's dividend policy when it reports its full year financial results on Thursday. Analysts expect Rio to report full year underlying profit between $US4.6 billion to $US5.0 billion, well... Read more
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WA Today
Snapchat - hyper-cool yesterday, daggy tomorrowOn Apple's latest earnings call, the company from Cupertino announces another r
Snapchat - hyper-cool yesterday, daggy tomorrow
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
On Apple's latest earnings call, the company from Cupertino announces another record-breaking quarter. It now has $216 billion in the bank, after turning over $75 billion in revenue. Incredibly, it created more profit in a single quarter than any... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Shock industry slump bad news for EuropeEurope's top four economies suffered steeper drops in industrial output during
Shock industry slump bad news for Europe
Sky News Australia / Posted 7 minutes ago
Europe's top four economies suffered steeper drops in industrial output during December than any analyst had forecast, a grim sign for the global economy as it struggles to sustain momentum. Industrial output data for Britain, France and Italy... Read more
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