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Boston Herald
Bay State economy humming while U.S. growth disappointsThe state economy grew at a healthy clip even as the country’s economic expansi
Bay State economy humming while U.S. growth disappoints
Boston Herald / Posted 2 minutes ago
The state economy grew at a healthy clip even as the country’s economic expansion disappointed in the second quarter, academics and officials said. “State economic growth appears to have continued at a moderate pace,” a group of Bay State economists... Read more
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heraldscotland
Barclays profits from transatlantic strategyBarclays under its new chief executive Jess Staley has reported an improved bus
Barclays profits from transatlantic strategy
heraldscotland / Posted 3 minutes ago
Barclays under its new chief executive Jess Staley has reported an improved business performance, helping drive the shares up more than five per cent. Reporting 24 hours after Lloyds signalled a drop in profits and fired the gun on 3000 job cuts and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Remoaners are determined to find bad newsBrexit scare stories are evaporating like morning dew. France was going to thro
Remoaners are determined to find bad news
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 minutes ago
Brexit scare stories are evaporating like morning dew. France was going to throw our immigration officers out of Calais; now it says they’re staying. Wolfgang Schaeuble, the German finance minister, came to London to tell us that “out means out”, and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
UK Export Award winner BBI Solutions to attend 2016 AACCBBI Solutions (BBI), recent winners of the Made in the UK Export Award, will be
UK Export Award winner BBI Solutions to attend 2016 AACC
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 minutes ago
BBI Solutions (BBI), recent winners of the Made in the UK Export Award, will be attending the AACC Clinical Lab Expo in Philadelphia next month. BBI, a leading manufacturer of raw materials and finished test platforms for the in-vitro diagnostics... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Puritan wins two new U.S. patents to strengthen position in flocked swab technologyPuritan Medical Products Co. LLC, an American manufacturer of single¬-use medic
Puritan wins two new U.S. patents to strengthen position in flocked swab technology
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 minutes ago
Puritan Medical Products Co. LLC, an American manufacturer of single¬-use medical, diagnostic, forensic and critical environment products for the global market, was awarded two U.S. patents for their HydraFlock® and PurFlock Ultra® swabs, issued... Read more
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The Economic Times
No losses of job, salary in SBI merger: Arundhati BhattacharyaNEW DELHI: SBI Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya has said that there is no rea
No losses of job, salary in SBI merger: Arundhati Bhattacharya
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: SBI Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya has said that there is no reason for the bank employees to be apprehensive of the upcoming mergers as there will be no losses of jobs or salaries in the process. "There are no losses of jobs or... Read more
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The Economic Times
Motherson board to meet next week to evaluate fund-raising"A meeting of the board of directors will be held on August 3 to discuss and ev
Motherson board to meet next week to evaluate fund-raising
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
"A meeting of the board of directors will be held on August 3 to discuss and evaluate the various fund-raising options including capital issuance," Motherson Sumi Systems said in a BSE filing. The company, however, did not disclose further... Read more
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The Economic Times
No faith in Smriti Irani's stewardship? India worried over textile industry's shrinking job basket against competition from other nationsThe textile and apparels industry employs 105 million people directly and indir
No faith in Smriti Irani's stewardship? India worried over textile industry's shrinking job basket against competition from other nations
The Economic Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
The textile and apparels industry employs 105 million people directly and indirectly and is thought to have the potential to create 50 million more jobs by 2025, holding the key to growing unrest over India's inability to create the million jobs it... Read more
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The Shawano Leader
Racetrack fan becomes new ownerShawano County’s renowned US Air Motorsports Raceway is under new ownership mid
Racetrack fan becomes new owner
The Shawano Leader / Posted 6 minutes ago
Shawano County’s renowned US Air Motorsports Raceway is under new ownership midway through its 2016 season of outdoor go-kart races and other events. Robert Holzmann, a lifelong motorsports fan, has purchased the town of Wescott attraction with an... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Aug. 1 deadline approaches for fall hunting and trapping seasons232 S. Courtney Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501 | Office (715) 365-6397 | Fax (71
Aug. 1 deadline approaches for fall hunting and trapping seasons
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 7 minutes ago
232 S. Courtney Street, Rhinelander, WI 54501 | Office (715) 365-6397 | Fax (715) 365-6361 Corporate billing office: The Lakeland Times / Lakeland Printing Inc. | P.O. Box 790, Minocqua, WI 54548 | (715) 356-5236 | Fax (715) 358-2121 Members of the... Read more
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WA Today
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politicsIt was 1998 and Russia was on the verge of gaining investors' confidence when o
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
It was 1998 and Russia was on the verge of gaining investors' confidence when oil tumbled to nearly $US10 a barrel. Foreign creditors dismissed talk of a collapse. Russia had the money to pay its debts, they said, and it wouldn't sacrifice its... Read more
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WA Today
The future of food is ugly as Walmart takes movement mainstreamThe future of produce is ugly. Twisted, blemished, mutated and deformed, to be
The future of food is ugly as Walmart takes movement mainstream
WA Today / Posted 7 minutes ago
The future of produce is ugly. Twisted, blemished, mutated and deformed, to be specific. That's because an increasing number of grocery chains and crop-sharing services have begun stocking and distributing fruits and vegetables that were once deemed... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Chevron loses $1.47 billion as slump in oil prices persistsSAN RAMON -- Battered by a protracted slump in worldwide oil prices, Chevron on
Chevron loses $1.47 billion as slump in oil prices persists
Lowell Sun / Posted 8 minutes ago
SAN RAMON -- Battered by a protracted slump in worldwide oil prices, Chevron on Friday delivered another disappointing earnings report -- its third-straight quarter in the red. The energy giant lost $1.47 billion during the second quarter, compared... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
MAS examining Goldman Sachs' role in bond deals for 1MDBSINGAPORE: Singapore's central bank said on Saturday (Jul 30) it is examining t
MAS examining Goldman Sachs' role in bond deals for 1MDB
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 minutes ago
SINGAPORE: Singapore's central bank said on Saturday (Jul 30) it is examining the extent of involvement by Goldman Sachs' local unit in bond deals for Malaysian state investor 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). The Monetary Authority of Singapore... Read more
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The Age
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politicsIt was 1998 and Russia was on the verge of gaining investors' confidence when o
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
The Age / Posted 22 minutes ago
It was 1998 and Russia was on the verge of gaining investors' confidence when oil tumbled to nearly $US10 a barrel. Foreign creditors dismissed talk of a collapse. Russia had the money to pay its debts, they said, and it wouldn't sacrifice its... Read more
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The Age
The future of food is ugly as Walmart takes movement mainstreamThe future of produce is ugly. Twisted, blemished, mutated and deformed, to be
The future of food is ugly as Walmart takes movement mainstream
The Age / Posted 22 minutes ago
The future of produce is ugly. Twisted, blemished, mutated and deformed, to be specific. That's because an increasing number of grocery chains and crop-sharing services have begun stocking and distributing fruits and vegetables that were once deemed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politicsIt was 1998 and Russia was on the verge of gaining investors' confidence when o
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 minutes ago
It was 1998 and Russia was on the verge of gaining investors' confidence when oil tumbled to nearly $US10 a barrel. Foreign creditors dismissed talk of a collapse. Russia had the money to pay its debts, they said, and it wouldn't sacrifice its... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The future of food is ugly as Walmart takes movement mainstreamThe future of produce is ugly. Twisted, blemished, mutated and deformed, to be
The future of food is ugly as Walmart takes movement mainstream
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 minutes ago
The future of produce is ugly. Twisted, blemished, mutated and deformed, to be specific. That's because an increasing number of grocery chains and crop-sharing services have begun stocking and distributing fruits and vegetables that were once deemed... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Column: Payday loan maydayIf you’ve ever walked into a payday loan branch to get something to tide you ov
Column: Payday loan mayday
The Sudbury Star / Posted 24 minutes ago
If you’ve ever walked into a payday loan branch to get something to tide you over to the end of the month, you’ll know you’re lucky if you come out with your shirt. It takes less than half an hour to get a $300 loan, but it can take years to get it... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politicsIt was 1998 and Russia was on the verge of gaining investors' confidence when o
Wall Street's Mr Risk thrives on traders' ignorance of politics
Canberra Times / Posted 26 minutes ago
It was 1998 and Russia was on the verge of gaining investors' confidence when oil tumbled to nearly $US10 a barrel. Foreign creditors dismissed talk of a collapse. Russia had the money to pay its debts, they said, and it wouldn't sacrifice its... Read more
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Canberra Times
The future of food is ugly as Walmart takes movement mainstreamThe future of produce is ugly. Twisted, blemished, mutated and deformed, to be
The future of food is ugly as Walmart takes movement mainstream
Canberra Times / Posted 26 minutes ago
The future of produce is ugly. Twisted, blemished, mutated and deformed, to be specific. That's because an increasing number of grocery chains and crop-sharing services have begun stocking and distributing fruits and vegetables that were once deemed... Read more
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Business Standard India
Essar Steel to start ops at Odisha captive mine in FY18Mine to meet 30% requirement of Hazira steel mill Essar Steel said it hopes to
Essar Steel to start ops at Odisha captive mine in FY18
Business Standard India / Posted 29 minutes ago
Mine to meet 30% requirement of Hazira steel mill Essar Steel said it hopes to commence mining from its captive iron ore block in Odisha in the first quarter of 2017-18. The steel maker recently... Read more
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New Kerala
No losses of job, salary in SBI merger: Arundhati Bhattacharya - newkerala.com #97971"They are apprehensive of change," she added. Even as bank employees struck wo
No losses of job, salary in SBI merger: Arundhati Bhattacharya - newkerala.com #97971
New Kerala / Posted 34 minutes ago
"They are apprehensive of change," she added. Even as bank employees struck work on Friday on the issue, Bhattacharya said the process of the merger of five associate banks and Bhartiya Mahila Bank with the SBI should be over by next... Read more
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New Kerala
'Transaction, compliance costs deterring growth in capital market' - newkerala.com #97961"Transaction cost, which mainly include securities transaction tax, stamp duty,
'Transaction, compliance costs deterring growth in capital market' - newkerala.com #97961
New Kerala / Posted 34 minutes ago
"Transaction cost, which mainly include securities transaction tax, stamp duty, exchange transaction charges, transaction fees, service tax on brokerage should be made reachable so that retail participation comes back in the market," he said at the... Read more
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New Kerala
Markets surge on GST hopes, foreign funds (Market Review) - newkerala.com #97968The 30-scrip Sensex made significant gains during the week as it surged 248.62
Markets surge on GST hopes, foreign funds (Market Review) - newkerala.com #97968
New Kerala / Posted 34 minutes ago
The 30-scrip Sensex made significant gains during the week as it surged 248.62 points or 0.89 per cent to 28,051.86 points. The wider 51-scrip NSE Nifty also closed higher. It rose to 8,638.50 points -- up 97.30 points or 1.14 per cent. "Buoyed by... Read more
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Raw Story
Matt Damon’s ‘The Great Wall’ comes under fire from Asian-Americans Don't miss stories. Follow Raw Story! Matt Damon’s upcoming movie “The Great
Matt Damon’s ‘The Great Wall’ comes under fire from Asian-Americans
Raw Story / Posted 40 minutes ago
Don't miss stories. Follow Raw Story! Matt Damon’s upcoming movie “The Great Wall,” a fantasy adventure set in China more than 1,000 years ago, came under fire after its first... Read more
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Herald Sun
Tech stocks break recordsWALL Street rose, with the S&P 500 index hitting a record intraday high for the
Tech stocks break records
Herald Sun / Posted 42 minutes ago
WALL Street rose, with the S&P 500 index hitting a record intraday high for the seventh time this month as gains in technology heavyweights Alphabet and Amazon more than made up for losses in energy shares. The benchmark index rose as much as 0.3... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Bells ring over huge pokies splurgeQUEENSLANDERS poured an extra $83 million through the state’s pokies last finan
Bells ring over huge pokies splurge
The Courier Mail / Posted 43 minutes ago
QUEENSLANDERS poured an extra $83 million through the state’s pokies last financial year, with anti-gaming-machine campaigners expressing concern over the alarming splurge. An analysis of monthly gaming statistics by The Sunday Mail shows a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
ICT Can Boost Nigeria's Revenue - DanbattaLagos — The Executive Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (
ICT Can Boost Nigeria's Revenue - Danbatta
AllAfrica.com / Posted 43 minutes ago
Lagos — The Executive Vice-Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Professor Umar Danbatta, has described Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as veritable tool for revitalisation of the country's dwindling... Read more
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Calcutta News
Goldman Sachs under scanner for links with Malaysian fund 1MDB NEW YORK, U.S - The U.S. Department of Justice authorities have issued a subp
Goldman Sachs under scanner for links with Malaysian fund 1MDB
Calcutta News / Posted 45 minutes ago
NEW YORK, U.S - The U.S. Department of Justice authorities have issued a subpoena to Goldman Sachs for its alleged involvement with Malaysian state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad... Read more
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