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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Columbus’ quest to win “Smart City” grant gets $90 million boost The city of Columbus is getting a big boost in its bid to win a federal trans
Columbus’ quest to win “Smart City” grant gets $90 million boost
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted a minute ago
The city of Columbus is getting a big boost in its bid to win a federal transportation competition that would bring major investment to the city. Columbus is one of seven finalists to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Dairy farmers to get $555m cash boostDEBT-ridden farmers hit by sudden price cuts by dairy manufacturers will share
Dairy farmers to get $555m cash boost
The Courier Mail / Posted a minute ago
DEBT-ridden farmers hit by sudden price cuts by dairy manufacturers will share in a multi-million dollar support package announced by the Commonwealth today. Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce said his caretaker Government would deliver immediate... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
SkyPath costs heading to ratepayers in secret.Wednesday, 25 May 2016, 10:43 amPress Release: David ThorntonExactly how much A
SkyPath costs heading to ratepayers in secret.
Scoop.co.nz / Posted a minute ago
Wednesday, 25 May 2016, 10:43 amPress Release: David ThorntonExactly how much Auckland ratepayers are being stung for the SkyPath project is being discussed... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Greens want strong leadership on housing in Budget 2016Wednesday, 25 May 2016, 11:11 amPress Release: Green Party 25 May 2016Tomorrow’
Greens want strong leadership on housing in Budget 2016
Scoop.co.nz / Posted a minute ago
Wednesday, 25 May 2016, 11:11 amPress Release: Green Party 25 May 2016Tomorrow’s Budget needs to announce a new, transformative plan to fix... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Auckland North commits to innovation strategyWednesday, 25 May 2016, 11:20 amPress Release: Massey UniversityWednesday, May
Auckland North commits to innovation strategy
Scoop.co.nz / Posted a minute ago
Wednesday, 25 May 2016, 11:20 amPress Release: Massey UniversityWednesday, May 24, 2016The Auckland North community gathered at Massey University’s Albany... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: No Brexit plans in place for 60% of British retailers Six in ten British retailers have not made plans to deal with any potential fal
EU referendum: No Brexit plans in place for 60% of British retailers
International Business Times / Posted a minute ago
Six in ten British retailers have not made plans to deal with any potential fallout from Britain leaving the European Union next month, a survey released on Wednesday 25 May showed. According to a poll carried out by cross-border e-commerce firm... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
CINZ appoints new Independent Board ChairManagement and leadership consultant Tony Gardner has been appointed Independen
CINZ appoints new Independent Board Chair
Scoop.co.nz / Posted a minute ago
Management and leadership consultant Tony Gardner has been appointed Independent Chair of the Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) Board.He replaces John Duncan who retires as Independent Chair after 13 years in the role.The CINZ Board... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Unisys Expands Asia Pacific Leadership Team with Corrine Murphy Appointed as Director of Planning and OperationsUnisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced it has expanded its Asia Pacific
Unisys Expands Asia Pacific Leadership Team with Corrine Murphy Appointed as Director of Planning and Operations
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted a minute ago
Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced it has expanded its Asia Pacific regional leadership team with the appointment of Corrine Murphy to the newly created role of director of planning and operations. In this role Ms Murphy determines the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Higher fruit exports offset dairy fall Wednesday, 25 May 2016, 10:59 amPress Release: Statistics New Zealand 25 May 2
Higher fruit exports offset dairy fall
Scoop.co.nz / Posted a minute ago
Wednesday, 25 May 2016, 10:59 amPress Release: Statistics New Zealand 25 May 2016Goods exports rose 4.0 percent in April 2016, up $166 million to $4.3 billion, Statistics... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New VC fund hits NZ$38mThe Global from Day One (GD1) Fund II has raised NZ$38 million – NZ$5 million m
New VC fund hits NZ$38m
Scoop.co.nz / Posted a minute ago
The Global from Day One (GD1) Fund II has raised NZ$38 million – NZ$5 million more than its first close target.The New Zealand Venture Investment Fund (NZVIF) is a cornerstone investor in the fund, committing around NZ$11 million (US$7.5m), alongside... Read more
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Finance and Commerce
Best Buy offers weak profit viewNEW YORK — Best Buy Co. on Tuesday offered a disappointing profit outlook for t
Best Buy offers weak profit view
Finance and Commerce / Posted a minute ago
NEW YORK — Best Buy Co. on Tuesday offered a disappointing profit outlook for the current quarter, weighed in part by a recent earthquake in Japan that hurt the availability of some highly profitable products. The nation’s largest consumer... Read more
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CNBC
Oil charts show the party for oil stocks is overThe first chart Cramer looked at was Exxon Mobil, which rallied nearly 11 perce
Oil charts show the party for oil stocks is over
CNBC / Posted 2 minutes ago
The first chart Cramer looked at was Exxon Mobil, which rallied nearly 11 percent since mid-February. Moreno noted that even though the MACD line and the chaikin money flow oscillator — the measures of volume of buying and selling pressure — remained... Read more
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CNBC
Asia markets look higher after strong new home sales spur USLien added that she expected "the dollar to extend its gains and look for dolla
Asia markets look higher after strong new home sales spur US
CNBC / Posted 2 minutes ago
Lien added that she expected "the dollar to extend its gains and look for dollar/yen to head towards 112," as the market continued to price in its expectations for an imminent rate hike from the Fed. Overnight, oil prices jumped after data from the... Read more
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CNBC
Under Armour, Nike & Foot Locker—count me outNike recently reported a quarter with guidance that Wall Street did not like, w
Under Armour, Nike & Foot Locker—count me out
CNBC / Posted 2 minutes ago
Nike recently reported a quarter with guidance that Wall Street did not like, which sent the stock lower. Under Armour reported a similar quarter, with worries about excess inventory. And Foot Locker left Cramer completely mystified, as no one liked... Read more
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CNBC
Rally in tech is huge for the stock marketThe rally on Tuesday snuck up on Jim Cramer seemingly out of the blue. When he
Rally in tech is huge for the stock market
CNBC / Posted 2 minutes ago
The rally on Tuesday snuck up on Jim Cramer seemingly out of the blue. When he sat down to do his homework, he discovered there were various catalysts fueling it, with technology as the main driver. The first signal Cramer noted was that the market... Read more
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CNBC
Traders: How we're playing social media stocksThe company's shares have soared 46 percent in the last year. Trader Pete Najar
Traders: How we're playing social media stocks
CNBC / Posted 2 minutes ago
The company's shares have soared 46 percent in the last year. Trader Pete Najarian also said investors "probably want to be in Facebook" if they choose to buy into social media. Shares of another social platform, Twitter, touched an all-time low on... Read more
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CNBC
As traders watch oil, markets starting to hear different drummer"The market is slowly but grudgingly moving to the fact that the Fed may be goi
As traders watch oil, markets starting to hear different drummer
CNBC / Posted 2 minutes ago
"The market is slowly but grudgingly moving to the fact that the Fed may be going, or may not be going [to hike rates], at the June meeting," said Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist at MUFG Union Bank. "It's one step forward. One step back. You... Read more
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CNBC
Why bad news is good news for the marketOne stock that is quickly closing in on an all-time high is Thermo Fisher Scien
Why bad news is good news for the market
CNBC / Posted 2 minutes ago
One stock that is quickly closing in on an all-time high is Thermo Fisher Scientific, the No. 1 player in the life-science tools business. It creates the lab equipment needed to conduct science and also has a food safety business, diagnostics... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wall Street jumps on potential interest rate riseWall Street jumps as investors buoyed by prospect of US interest rate rise Sto
Wall Street jumps on potential interest rate rise
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 minutes ago
Wall Street jumps as investors buoyed by prospect of US interest rate rise Stocks on Wall Street have jumped by more than 1 per cent, with investors buoyed by the prospect of a rise in US interest rates over the next few months. Comments from... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Development deals at Elizabeth Quay 'close'Elizabeth Quay major development deals 'close', MRA says Strong progress is be
Development deals at Elizabeth Quay 'close'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 minutes ago
Elizabeth Quay major development deals 'close', MRA says Strong progress is being made securing major private developments at Perth's Elizabeth Quay even though no construction has begun, according to the West Australian Government agency... Read more
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This is West Country
HMRC service quality 'collapsed' after 'badly wrong' timing of staff cutsThe quality of service provided by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for personal t
HMRC service quality 'collapsed' after 'badly wrong' timing of staff cuts
This is West Country / Posted 3 minutes ago
The quality of service provided by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for personal taxpayers "collapsed" amid staff cuts, a report has found. The National Audit Office (NAO) said HMRC got its timing badly wrong when rolling out its digital strategy,... Read more
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Gazette News
HMRC service quality 'collapsed' after 'badly wrong' timing of staff cutsThe quality of service provided by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for personal t
HMRC service quality 'collapsed' after 'badly wrong' timing of staff cuts
Gazette News / Posted 3 minutes ago
The quality of service provided by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for personal taxpayers "collapsed" amid staff cuts, a report has found. The National Audit Office (NAO) said HMRC got its timing badly wrong when rolling out its digital strategy,... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Governor urges PLCB to allow gas stations sell beer 6 packsSABMiller products Miller Lite, Miller Genuine Draft and Miller Genuine Draft L
Governor urges PLCB to allow gas stations sell beer 6 packs
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 4 minutes ago
SABMiller products Miller Lite, Miller Genuine Draft and Miller Genuine Draft Light. SABMiller products Miller Lite, Miller Genuine Draft and Miller Genuine Draft Light. HARRISBURG, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf has written to the Pennsylvania Liquor... Read more
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The Morning Call
Funeral homes, cemeteries take battle to consumersHARRISBURG — For months, the state's funeral directors and cemetery owners have
Funeral homes, cemeteries take battle to consumers
The Morning Call / Posted 4 minutes ago
HARRISBURG — For months, the state's funeral directors and cemetery owners have used lobbyists to battleover a bill to alter Pennsylvania's $698 million funeral services business. Now their fight, through the mail and over the Internet, has crept... Read more
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Brisbane Times
In a bullish moodGlencore finalised a $US7.7 billion loan from almost 60 banks as the commodity
In a bullish mood
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Glencore finalised a $US7.7 billion loan from almost 60 banks as the commodity trader shores up its balance sheet following a raw-materials downturn. Lenders offered more than $US10 billion, according to a person familiar with the matter who asked... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'Pls know I'm reading all your comments'Telstra CEO Andy Penn says he's reading the comments of customers frustrated wi
'Pls know I'm reading all your comments'
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Telstra CEO Andy Penn says he's reading the comments of customers frustrated with the company's repeated internet failures. Returning to social media for the first time since the telco's latest internet meltdown on Friday, Penn tweeted on Tuesday... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Wesfarmers profit to be hit by $2.3b in Target, coal write-downsWesfarmers has warned that its full-year profit will be hit by write-downs and
Wesfarmers profit to be hit by $2.3b in Target, coal write-downs
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Wesfarmers has warned that its full-year profit will be hit by write-downs and restructuring costs of as much as $2.3 billion on its ailing Target chain and its struggling coal business. The conglomerate said on Wednesday that it would take a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Business News, Economy, Finance & ASX Market NewsSome days are diamonds, some days are ore. Just ask Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest, wh
Business News, Economy, Finance & ASX Market News
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Some days are diamonds, some days are ore. Just ask Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest, who has seen his stake in Fortescue gyrate wildly in the last three years as the stock has bounced from a high of $6.02 to a low of $1.44.... Read more
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The Indian Express
Government clearances have got faster but lack of promoter interest stalls projectsThe problem for a lot of private developers, though, is that they are weighed d
Government clearances have got faster but lack of promoter interest stalls projects
The Indian Express / Posted 5 minutes ago
The problem for a lot of private developers, though, is that they are weighed down by surging interest costs amid delayed revenue streams. Lack of promoter interest and unfavourable market conditions are the two reasons that account for nearly 50%... Read more
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The Indian Express
Demand-driven boost to economy rides on rains, rural income, Pay Commission’s hikeA fillip to the economy this year will come mostly from a consumption-led deman
Demand-driven boost to economy rides on rains, rural income, Pay Commission’s hike
The Indian Express / Posted 5 minutes ago
A fillip to the economy this year will come mostly from a consumption-led demand boost driven largely by easing liquidity conditions, lower interest rates, better rural incomes following normal rains and higher disposable incomes with the kicking in... Read more
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