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The New Zealand Herald
How to ease jams out WestLobby group points to 'simple' rail-shuttle solution but AT says cost would be
How to ease jams out West
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Lobby group points to 'simple' rail-shuttle solution but AT says cost would be a barrier. The fast-growing population in the north-west of the city is putting big pressure on transport links. Photo / Sarah Ivey Aucklanders commuting from the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warm autumn heats up bargainsRetailers wouldn't disclose figures on what impact this has had on selling wint
Warm autumn heats up bargains
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Retailers wouldn't disclose figures on what impact this has had on selling winter stock. Photo / Corazon Miller An unseasonably warm autumn has left a surplus of winter goods and produce sitting on the shelves despite prices being slashed to as much... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kim Dotcom, China's 5th most wanted man and the wealthy Nat donorsKim Dotcom, William Yan and Prime Minister John are linked together by Zhao Wu
Kim Dotcom, China's 5th most wanted man and the wealthy Nat donors
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 minutes ago
Kim Dotcom, William Yan and Prime Minister John are linked together by Zhao Wu Shen, a wealthy National Party donor A wealthy National Party donor described one of China's most wanted fugitives as his "best friend" and deals where millions of... Read more
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FOX Business
Danger Lurks for These 3 High-Yield Dividend StocksThe Venetian Macao. Image source: Las Vegas Sands. For investors, few things a
Danger Lurks for These 3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks
FOX Business / Posted 8 minutes ago
The Venetian Macao. Image source: Las Vegas Sands. For investors, few things are more attractive than a large dividend payment. Stocks that yield 2%, 3%, or even 4% can provide a steady stream of income and reliable, consistent performance. But it... Read more
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FOX Business
10 Reasons to Hate Oil StocksThe oil crash over the past couple of years has wiped out a whopping $1 trillio
10 Reasons to Hate Oil Stocks
FOX Business / Posted 8 minutes ago
The oil crash over the past couple of years has wiped out a whopping $1 trillion of equity from oil stock investments, leaving investors feeling burned. That has caused a lot of ill will toward the sector, and for good reason, because the sector... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Bayer CEO invites environmental groups to discuss Monsanto bidFRANKFURT - Bayer's chief executive said in an interview published Sunday he is
Bayer CEO invites environmental groups to discuss Monsanto bid
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 9 minutes ago
FRANKFURT - Bayer's chief executive said in an interview published Sunday he is ready to meet environmental groups to address concerns about his group's plans to take over US agrochemicals giant Monsanto. Bayer CEO Werner Baumann, pictured on May... Read more
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FOX Business
Danger Lurks for These 3 High-Yield Dividend StocksThe Venetian Macao. Image source: Las Vegas Sands. Continue Reading Below For
Danger Lurks for These 3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks
FOX Business / Posted 9 minutes ago
The Venetian Macao. Image source: Las Vegas Sands. Continue Reading Below For investors, few things are more attractive than a large dividend payment. Stocks that yield 2%, 3%, or even 4% can provide a steady stream of income and reliable,... Read more
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FOX Business
10 Reasons to Hate Oil StocksThe oil crash over the past couple of years has wiped out a whopping $1 trillio
10 Reasons to Hate Oil Stocks
FOX Business / Posted 9 minutes ago
The oil crash over the past couple of years has wiped out a whopping $1 trillion of equity from oil stock investments, leaving investors feeling burned. That has caused a lot of ill will toward the sector, and for good reason, because the sector... Read more
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The Courier
Proposed new scheme calls for investors in social good in VictoriaPrivate investors could stand to profit from innovative programs tackling socia
Proposed new scheme calls for investors in social good in Victoria
The Courier / Posted 12 minutes ago
Private investors could stand to profit from innovative programs tackling social disadvantage under a proposed new funding scheme. Private investors would stand to profit by backing successful programs tackling social disadvantage under a proposed... Read more
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heraldscotland
Boy, 12, seriously hurt after motorbike and car towing caravan crashComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
Boy, 12, seriously hurt after motorbike and car towing caravan crash
heraldscotland / Posted 15 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Malaysia-Singapore joint-owned Marina One & DUO projects on track for completion in 2017SINGAPORE: The integrated Marina One and DUO developments, jointly-owned by Mal
Malaysia-Singapore joint-owned Marina One & DUO projects on track for completion in 2017
The Borneo Post / Posted 16 minutes ago
SINGAPORE: The integrated Marina One and DUO developments, jointly-owned by Malaysia’s strategic investment fund, Khazanah Nasional Bhd and Singapore’s investment company, Temasek Holdings Pte Ltd, are set for completion in 2017. “We are happy to... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Fed Yellen hints rate hike could be coming soonFundamental outlook THE US general economic data showed strong signs in the ho
Fed Yellen hints rate hike could be coming soon
The Borneo Post / Posted 16 minutes ago
Fundamental outlook THE US general economic data showed strong signs in the housing and job markets but gross domestic growth (GDP) growth in the first quarter (1Q) was weak. The G7 meeting ended with no new agreement made between the finance... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Althea: K-Beauty wave remains strong in Southeast AsiaKang (centre), Cynn (left) and Jae poses with Althea boxes. Korean Beauty start
Althea: K-Beauty wave remains strong in Southeast Asia
The Borneo Post / Posted 16 minutes ago
Kang (centre), Cynn (left) and Jae poses with Althea boxes. Korean Beauty startup Althea targeting the Southeast Asian market has raised US$3.5 million in Series A funding from Mirae Asset Ventures, Posco Ventures, 500 Startups, Tekton Ventures,... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Lawmakers increase film tax creditsOhio lawmakers have supported a measure that doubles the number of tax credits
Lawmakers increase film tax credits
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 22 minutes ago
Ohio lawmakers have supported a measure that doubles the number of tax credits that would allow more movies to be made in the state, continuing momemtum for an industry that has had a $54 million-plus economic impact on the Cincinnati region... Read more
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The Hindu
How four words rewrote script on $62 billion Bayer-Monsanto dealBayer’s secret bid was the largest all-cash corporate takeover offer on record
How four words rewrote script on $62 billion Bayer-Monsanto deal
The Hindu / Posted 25 minutes ago
Bayer’s secret bid was the largest all-cash corporate takeover offer on record “There is nothing there.” Monsanto Co President Brett Begemann uttered those words last week to a small group of investors and a Reuters reporter when asked how the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Bayer CEO invites environmental groups to discuss Monsanto bidFRANKFURT: Bayer's chief executive said in an interview published on Sunday he
Bayer CEO invites environmental groups to discuss Monsanto bid
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 27 minutes ago
FRANKFURT: Bayer's chief executive said in an interview published on Sunday he is ready to meet environmental groups to address concerns about his group's plans to take over US agrochemicals giant Monsanto. In an interview with the Sunday newspaper... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
MATA stuck with “lemon” buses that were idled early because of breakdownsMay 27, 2016 — G. Lawson Albritton, Jr. MATA senior administrative office
MATA stuck with “lemon” buses that were idled early because of breakdowns
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 32 minutes ago
May 27, 2016 — G. Lawson Albritton, Jr. MATA senior administrative officer, looks over a bus that is one of the buses Memphis Area Transit Authority is stuck with and board members describe as lemons because they lasted only a fraction of their... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Railways in Luzon, Mindanao top priority; China may bid to build Davao City — Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte bared yesterday the first big
Railways in Luzon, Mindanao top priority; China may bid to build
Manila Bulletin / Posted 33 minutes ago
Davao City — Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte bared yesterday the first big ticket infrastructure projects he has lined up – the creation of railway systems that will link Manila to... Read more
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The Memphis Flyer
Bunks for DrunksWhen faced with the decision of paying shelter fees or purchasing a bottle of b
Bunks for Drunks
The Memphis Flyer / Posted 34 minutes ago
When faced with the decision of paying shelter fees or purchasing a bottle of booze, many of Memphis' homeless alcoholics opt for the latter. But one objective in Mayor A C Wharton's "Action Plan to End Homelessness" will provide the best of both... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Zimbabwe slashes retirement age as cash runs outWorld News of Sunday, 29 May 2016 Zimbabwe is so desperate for cash it has cut
Zimbabwe slashes retirement age as cash runs out
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 36 minutes ago
World News of Sunday, 29 May 2016 Zimbabwe is so desperate for cash it has cut the retirement age for members of its enormous uniformed forces from 60 years to 50. Only those who fought in the 1970s liberation struggle are allowed to remain in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
You can now buy MAN-MADE diamonds for the first time in the UKNightingale Jewellers, in York, say a growing number of young couples are choos
You can now buy MAN-MADE diamonds for the first time in the UK
Daily Mirror / Posted 37 minutes ago
Nightingale Jewellers, in York, say a growing number of young couples are choosing “lab diamonds”, grown in pressurised gas chambers heated to more than 1,000C, rather than naturally formed, mined gems. “I think particularly the younger generations... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Next-generation robotic space plane will see 'aircraft-like' daily flightsA next-generation military space plane which can launch satellites into orbit e
Next-generation robotic space plane will see 'aircraft-like' daily flights
Daily Mirror / Posted 37 minutes ago
A next-generation military space plane which can launch satellites into orbit every day is a step closer. The US military plans to build a reusable space plane which can fly cheaply and quickly into space to deposit vital defence satellites. The... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Green-energy gathering aims to build on Paris planSix months after the Paris climate talks, government officials from around the
Green-energy gathering aims to build on Paris plan
KING5 Seattle / Posted 38 minutes ago
Six months after the Paris climate talks, government officials from around the world will gather in San Francisco this week to try to build more momentum for the development of cleaner energy technologies. The 7th Clean Energy Ministerial will... Read more
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Business Standard India
Smart-index ETFs good for passive investorsSundeep Sikka, chief executive officer, Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management,
Smart-index ETFs good for passive investors
Business Standard India / Posted 40 minutes ago
Sundeep Sikka, chief executive officer, Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management, believes that one of the main reasons investors should buy passive funds is the massive cost difference of about 150-200 basis points vis-a-vis actively-managed funds.... Read more
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Business Standard India
Never too late to buy a term life insuranceToday, if you want to buy a term plan online, you can do so till the age of 60
Never too late to buy a term life insurance
Business Standard India / Posted 40 minutes ago
Today, if you want to buy a term plan online, you can do so till the age of 60 years or more-something very difficult to do only a few years back. The coverage will be given till the age of 75 years to 80 years. No wonder, a number of elderly... Read more
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Business Standard India
The crisis in public sector banksSeveral thoughts arise when we look at the horrific results declared by banks i
The crisis in public sector banks
Business Standard India / Posted 40 minutes ago
Several thoughts arise when we look at the horrific results declared by banks in this quarter. At one level, it is simply appalling that mismanagement and political interference allowed things to get this bad. The second thought is relief that this... Read more
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Business Standard India
Mulund: Strong rental demand makes it a good investment optionMulund is a well-planned suburb of Mumbai. Located close to the boundary of Nav
Mulund: Strong rental demand makes it a good investment option
Business Standard India / Posted 40 minutes ago
Mulund is a well-planned suburb of Mumbai. Located close to the boundary of Navi Mumbai and Thane, this suburb has seen synchronised growth in both residential and commercial sectors. Mulund once catered mainly to buyers from the mid-income segment,... Read more
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Business Standard India
How to cure PSBsIn the article, "Oh, for a crisis!" (May 28), T N Ninan suggests that public se
How to cure PSBs
Business Standard India / Posted 40 minutes ago
In the article, "Oh, for a crisis!" (May 28), T N Ninan suggests that public sector banks (PSB) have to be brought out of the present crisis. How to do that is the big question. Let us examine some suggestions from banking experts. One of the radical... Read more
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Business Standard India
Not quite correctShekhar Gupta's understanding of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's position on pri
Not quite correct
Business Standard India / Posted 40 minutes ago
Shekhar Gupta's understanding of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's position on privatisation in the article, "Not quite the anti-Nehru" (May 28), is not quite correct. Gupta errs in referring to Gujarat Gas. The presence of Gujarat in the company's name... Read more
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Business Standard India
Ausser OrdnungBayer's Monsanto bid may yield a poor financial harvest. The German chemical gr
Ausser Ordnung
Business Standard India / Posted 41 minutes ago
Bayer's Monsanto bid may yield a poor financial harvest. The German chemical group's rejected $62 billion for the US seed maker already appeared to violate one of its key management principles: sticking to projects whose returns beat their cost of... Read more
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