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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
Cupcake Addict Opens in Johnston Ahead of Valentine's DayCupcake Addict owner Lyndsy Darland-Mease (WHO-HD) JOHNSTON, Iowa — A bakery i
Cupcake Addict Opens in Johnston Ahead of Valentine's Day
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 10 minutes ago
Cupcake Addict owner Lyndsy Darland-Mease (WHO-HD) JOHNSTON, Iowa — A bakery in Johnston is feeling the pressure of Valentine’s Day. Cupcake Addict opened on Friday after it was supposed to open on Thanksgiving. Due to construction issues, they had... Read more
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The North West Star
Beef exports declineJANUARY is always a low-volume month for beef exports due to holiday plant clos
Beef exports decline
The North West Star / Posted 17 minutes ago
JANUARY is always a low-volume month for beef exports due to holiday plant closures and tonnage this year was also affected by reduced numbers of cattle coming forward to slaughter compared to this time last year. JANUARY is always a low-volume... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Basslink woes and low dam levels hit Tasmania's mid-year budget bottom lineTasmania's mid-year economic report shows Hydro Tasmania struggles affecting bo
Basslink woes and low dam levels hit Tasmania's mid-year budget bottom line
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 minutes ago
Tasmania's mid-year economic report shows Hydro Tasmania struggles affecting bottom line Tasmanian Treasurer Peter Gutwein's mid-year budget shows Hydro Tasmania's struggles have hit the state's bottom line. The state-owned power generator is... Read more
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The Indian Express
Make in India Week: Seize the opportunity, don’t wait, says PM to India Inc, global investorsPM Narendra Modi during his speech at the ‘Make in India’ event. (Source: Twitt
Make in India Week: Seize the opportunity, don’t wait, says PM to India Inc, global investors
The Indian Express / Posted 20 minutes ago
PM Narendra Modi during his speech at the ‘Make in India’ event. (Source: Twitter/@MEAIndia) Prime Minister Narendra Modi wooed global investors Saturday by highlighting India’s growth story and promising policy reforms to make business easier,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Banks tear up rate hike plansJanet Yellen, chair of the US Federal Reserve, speaks during a news conference
Banks tear up rate hike plans
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
Janet Yellen, chair of the US Federal Reserve, speaks during a news conference in Washington. Photo: Bloomberg THE world's most powerful central banks will be forced to tear up their plans following the carnage that has engulfed financial markets... Read more
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Brisbane Times
China's central bank says no basis for continued yuan slideThe weakening exchange rate and declining share markets in China have fuelled g
China's central bank says no basis for continued yuan slide
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
The weakening exchange rate and declining share markets in China have fuelled global turmoil. Photo: Bloomberg China's central bank governor said there was no basis for continued depreciation of the yuan as the balance of payments is good, capital... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
County commissioner Precinct 1 race: Willie RuizPrimary voters are getting a second option when it comes to who they want to re
County commissioner Precinct 1 race: Willie Ruiz
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 22 minutes ago
Primary voters are getting a second option when it comes to who they want to represent Precinct 1 on the Tom Green County Commissioners Court. Willie Ruiz is vying for the spot against incumbent Ralph Hoelscher in the Republican primary March 1.... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
County commissioner Precinct 1 race: Ralph HoelscherNo stranger to operating within the county government system, Ralph Hoelscher i
County commissioner Precinct 1 race: Ralph Hoelscher
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 22 minutes ago
No stranger to operating within the county government system, Ralph Hoelscher is determined take on another term as Precinct 1 Tom Green County commissioner. Hoelscher is seeking a fourth straight term, running against Willy Ruiz in the Republican... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Don’t Create New Burden for DrillersKasich at one time suggested the drilling industry could bear higher taxes easi
Don’t Create New Burden for Drillers
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 22 minutes ago
Kasich at one time suggested the drilling industry could bear higher taxes easily. Ohio's rates are lower than those in other states, he added. But both natural gas and oil prices are so low energy companies are idling drilling rigs by the dozens... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
China's central bank says no basis for continued yuan slideThe weakening exchange rate and declining share markets in China have fuelled g
China's central bank says no basis for continued yuan slide
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 minutes ago
The weakening exchange rate and declining share markets in China have fuelled global turmoil. Photo: Bloomberg China's central bank governor said there was no basis for continued depreciation of the yuan as the balance of payments is good, capital... Read more
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Queensland Times
The international issue hitting Gladstone jobsGLADSTONE'S biggest employer, the resources sector, is experiencing a downturn
The international issue hitting Gladstone jobs
Queensland Times / Posted 27 minutes ago
GLADSTONE'S biggest employer, the resources sector, is experiencing a downturn that hasn't been seen by chief executive officers in 30 years. Job losses are on the way. The Observer revealed yesterday that NRG power station officials were meeting... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
The international issue hitting Gladstone jobsGLADSTONE'S biggest employer, the resources sector, is experiencing a downturn
The international issue hitting Gladstone jobs
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 31 minutes ago
GLADSTONE'S biggest employer, the resources sector, is experiencing a downturn that hasn't been seen by chief executive officers in 30 years. Job losses are on the way. The Observer revealed yesterday that NRG power station officials were meeting... Read more
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News Mail
The international issue hitting Gladstone jobsGLADSTONE'S biggest employer, the resources sector, is experiencing a downturn
The international issue hitting Gladstone jobs
News Mail / Posted 33 minutes ago
GLADSTONE'S biggest employer, the resources sector, is experiencing a downturn that hasn't been seen by chief executive officers in 30 years. Job losses are on the way. The Observer revealed yesterday that NRG power station officials were meeting... Read more
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The Telegraph
CM releases white paperChief minister Tarun Gogoi releases the white paper in Dispur on Saturday. Pict
CM releases white paper
The Telegraph / Posted 34 minutes ago
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi releases the white paper in Dispur on Saturday. Picture by UB Photos Guwahati, Feb. 13: Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi today released a white paper tracing the state's finances from 2001-02 to 2015-16 to prove his point... Read more
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The Telegraph
New dimension to growth storyNarendra Modi with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Löfven in Mumbai on Saturday.
New dimension to growth story
The Telegraph / Posted 34 minutes ago
Narendra Modi with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Löfven in Mumbai on Saturday. (PTI) Mumbai, Feb. 13: Presenting a four-dimensional India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today not only asked overseas companies to invest in the country but also... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
KYLE BASS: China is already out of moneyTexan hedge fund manager J. Kyle Bass, the founder of Dallas-based Hayman Capit
KYLE BASS: China is already out of money
Stamford Advocate / Posted 36 minutes ago
Texan hedge fund manager J. Kyle Bass, the founder of Dallas-based Hayman Capital, sent out a big letter to investors explaining why he thinks China has a problem much larger than the 2008 subprime crisis. Bass notes that many folks look at the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
There has been brutal culling of Wall Street tradersWall Street is not what it once was. More than 10,ooo jobs in sales and tradin
There has been brutal culling of Wall Street traders
Stamford Advocate / Posted 36 minutes ago
Wall Street is not what it once was. More than 10,ooo jobs in sales and trading have disappeared since 2010, with some business lines, like bond trading, especially hard-hit. The top 10 global banks have seen a 30% decrease in fixed-income... Read more
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The Economic Times
How a bunch of online marketplaces is making luxury products affordableRather, these are the labels that a startup headquartered in the San Francisco
How a bunch of online marketplaces is making luxury products affordable
The Economic Times / Posted 36 minutes ago
Rather, these are the labels that a startup headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area called The RealReal figured a couple of years ago were the ones that held their value the longest. To put it another way, these luxury brands commanded prices... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Why I dropped my Costco Membership:::::::: I dropped my Costco Membership because they switched their Credit Car
Why I dropped my Costco Membership
Op-Ed News / Posted 39 minutes ago
:::::::: I dropped my Costco Membership because they switched their Credit Card to Citi and I consider Citi to be a Criminal Organization. Birds of a Feather Flock Together! John Reed and Sanford Weill announced that Travelers and Citibank were... Read more
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WA Today
What the experts won't tell you about last week's market turbulenceAlmost every word uttered by the Federal Reserve chairman Janet Yellen has the
What the experts won't tell you about last week's market turbulence
WA Today / Posted 39 minutes ago
Almost every word uttered by the Federal Reserve chairman Janet Yellen has the power to move markets, but last week the financial world had already whipped itself into such a storm that the roles reversed, and she was moved by the markets to row back... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Autoliv to expand its footprint in LowellLOWELL -- Autoliv, a Swedish-based automotive-technology company, recently conf
Autoliv to expand its footprint in Lowell
Lowell Sun / Posted 40 minutes ago
LOWELL -- Autoliv, a Swedish-based automotive-technology company, recently confirmed that it is nearly doubling its office space in Lowell by adding research operations to its existing space at 1001 Pawtucket Boulevard. With the planned expansion,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Erie County sales tax revenue fell $15 million short of projectionsSales tax collections in Erie County fell $15 million short of projections last
Erie County sales tax revenue fell $15 million short of projections
The Buffalo News / Posted 41 minutes ago
Sales tax collections in Erie County fell $15 million short of projections last year, thanks in large part to lower gas and energy prices, but county leaders said they do not anticipate any negative consequences in this year’s county programs and... Read more
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Connecticut Post
KYLE BASS: China is already out of moneyTexan hedge fund manager J. Kyle Bass, the founder of Dallas-based Hayman Capit
KYLE BASS: China is already out of money
Connecticut Post / Posted 43 minutes ago
Texan hedge fund manager J. Kyle Bass, the founder of Dallas-based Hayman Capital, sent out a big letter to investors explaining why he thinks China has a problem much larger than the 2008 subprime crisis. Bass notes that many folks look at the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
There has been brutal culling of Wall Street tradersWall Street is not what it once was. More than 10,ooo jobs in sales and tradin
There has been brutal culling of Wall Street traders
Connecticut Post / Posted 43 minutes ago
Wall Street is not what it once was. More than 10,ooo jobs in sales and trading have disappeared since 2010, with some business lines, like bond trading, especially hard-hit. The top 10 global banks have seen a 30% decrease in fixed-income... Read more
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Daily Examiner
The international issue hitting Gladstone jobsGLADSTONE'S biggest employer, the resources sector, is experiencing a downturn
The international issue hitting Gladstone jobs
Daily Examiner / Posted 47 minutes ago
GLADSTONE'S biggest employer, the resources sector, is experiencing a downturn that hasn't been seen by chief executive officers in 30 years. Job losses are on the way. The Observer revealed yesterday that NRG power station officials were meeting... Read more
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Zero Hedge
This Is Wall Street At Its Most Fatalistic: "Markets Are Now Coupled In A "Destructive” Way"The text that follows may be the best summary of what has happened on Wall Stre
This Is Wall Street At Its Most Fatalistic: "Markets Are Now Coupled In A "Destructive” Way"
Zero Hedge / Posted 48 minutes ago
The text that follows may be the best summary of what has happened on Wall Street - both forensically and philosophical - over the past 7 years, explaining how central banks broke the "market", and why traders, investors, regulators, policy makers,... Read more
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The Age
What the experts won't tell you about last week's market turbulenceTraders trying to make sense of the market meltdown Photo: Richard Drew Almos
What the experts won't tell you about last week's market turbulence
The Age / Posted 54 minutes ago
Traders trying to make sense of the market meltdown Photo: Richard Drew Almost every word uttered by the Federal Reserve chairman Janet Yellen has the power to move markets, but last week the financial world had already whipped itself into such a... Read more
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The Age
Banks tear up rate hike plansJanet Yellen, chair of the US Federal Reserve, speaks during a news conference
Banks tear up rate hike plans
The Age / Posted 54 minutes ago
Janet Yellen, chair of the US Federal Reserve, speaks during a news conference in Washington. Photo: Bloomberg THE world's most powerful central banks will be forced to tear up their plans following the carnage that has engulfed financial markets... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Banks tear up rate hike plansJanet Yellen, chair of the US Federal Reserve, speaks during a news conference
Banks tear up rate hike plans
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 56 minutes ago
Janet Yellen, chair of the US Federal Reserve, speaks during a news conference in Washington. Photo: Bloomberg THE world's most powerful central banks will be forced to tear up their plans following the carnage that has engulfed financial markets... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
DKM Customers Hit Streets In BolgaGeneral News of Saturday, 13 February 2016 Hundreds of customers, whose monies
DKM Customers Hit Streets In Bolga
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 56 minutes ago
General News of Saturday, 13 February 2016 Hundreds of customers, whose monies have been locked at the DKM Microfinance Ltd, yesterday hit the streets of Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region, to demonstrate their displeasure and pain, before... Read more
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