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dna
Govt puts NSEL cases in fast-track courtIn what could expedite the process of auctioning of attached assets and realisa
Govt puts NSEL cases in fast-track court
dna / Posted 2 minutes ago
In what could expedite the process of auctioning of attached assets and realisations from them in the Rs 5,600-crore National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) scam case, the government on Sunday said it would soon be setting up a special court for hearing... Read more
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dna
Goa has been a surprise success for us, says Oman Air CEO Paul GregorowitschOman Air started its international services in India soon after the Asian count
Goa has been a surprise success for us, says Oman Air CEO Paul Gregorowitsch
dna / Posted 2 minutes ago
Oman Air started its international services in India soon after the Asian country liberalised its economy in 1991. The airline now operates 126 flights a week between Oman's capital Muscat and various destinations in India. The airline's chief... Read more
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dna
Where will Delhi's old cars go?It is not until one reaches the heart of Delhi's Mayapuri industrial area, that
Where will Delhi's old cars go?
dna / Posted 2 minutes ago
It is not until one reaches the heart of Delhi's Mayapuri industrial area, that the sheer scale of the capital's biggest car scrapyard is realised. In block after block, car doors, headlights, tyres and cushions are stacked in shops. The earth around... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Anyone need 40,000 used satellite dishes?NBN Co's second custom-built satellite is on track to launch in mid-October, ma
Anyone need 40,000 used satellite dishes?
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
NBN Co's second custom-built satellite is on track to launch in mid-October, making remote Australia the first area to have a completed NBN service. However, the new satellite service also raises the problem of what to do with tens of thousands of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Pizza chain goes into voluntary administrationIT'S 'business as usual' as Eagle Boys has gone into voluntary administration.
Pizza chain goes into voluntary administration
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 minutes ago
IT'S 'business as usual' as Eagle Boys has gone into voluntary administration. The Australian company confirmed the news via a statement their website late last week. They said in the statement this does not extend to franchisees; all Eagle Boys... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Now Woolies? Five firms on hard times in the past yearWOOLWORTHS is going to sack 500 workers, re-deploy 1000 more and shut down stor
Now Woolies? Five firms on hard times in the past year
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 minutes ago
WOOLWORTHS is going to sack 500 workers, re-deploy 1000 more and shut down stores across Australia, but why? While its revenue for the year still topped $2.5 billion, all is not well at Australia's supermarket giant. Its announcement this morning... Read more
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Herald.ie
Irish Water's parent hiring €90k lobbyist to apply for EU funding Barry Duggan and Laura Larkin – 25 July 2016 02:30 AM The parent company of
Irish Water's parent hiring €90k lobbyist to apply for EU funding
Herald.ie / Posted 4 minutes ago
Barry Duggan and Laura Larkin – 25 July 2016 02:30 AM The parent company of Irish Water is hiring an EU lobbyist, despite the fact that a review of the troubled utility is under way... Read more
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Money Management
Europe’s top 50 companies now in reach for investorsAustralians will be able to invest in Europe's 50 largest blue-chip companies f
Europe’s top 50 companies now in reach for investors
Money Management / Posted 6 minutes ago
Australians will be able to invest in Europe's 50 largest blue-chip companies for the first time, with ANZ's new exchange traded fund (ETF), according to ANZ ETFs. Head of ANZ ETFs, Kris Walesby, found that while most Australians typically invested... Read more
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The Age
Anyone need 40,000 used satellite dishes?NBN Co's second custom-built satellite is on track to launch in mid-October, ma
Anyone need 40,000 used satellite dishes?
The Age / Posted 7 minutes ago
NBN Co's second custom-built satellite is on track to launch in mid-October, making remote Australia the first area to have a completed NBN service. However, the new satellite service also raises the problem of what to do with tens of thousands of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Anyone need 40,000 used satellite dishes?NBN Co's second custom-built satellite is on track to launch in mid-October, ma
Anyone need 40,000 used satellite dishes?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
NBN Co's second custom-built satellite is on track to launch in mid-October, making remote Australia the first area to have a completed NBN service. However, the new satellite service also raises the problem of what to do with tens of thousands of... Read more
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Queensland Times
Now Woolies? Five firms on hard times in the past yearWOOLWORTHS is going to sack 500 workers, re-deploy 1000 more and shut down stor
Now Woolies? Five firms on hard times in the past year
Queensland Times / Posted 10 minutes ago
WOOLWORTHS is going to sack 500 workers, re-deploy 1000 more and shut down stores across Australia, but why? While its revenue for the year still topped $2.5 billion, all is not well at Australia's supermarket giant. Its announcement this morning... Read more
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Converge! Network Digest
Second Intelsat EpicNG Launch Expected in August ~ Converge! Network DigestIntelsat has previously named a number of customers in the region who have alre
Second Intelsat EpicNG Launch Expected in August ~ Converge! Network Digest
Converge! Network Digest / Posted 10 minutes ago
Intelsat has previously named a number of customers in the region who have already committed to Intelsat EpicNG, include Compania Anonima Nacional Telefonos de Venezuela, BT Latam Venezuela, Anditel, S.A.S, Axesat, Amazonia Cabo Ltda., Cadena... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Strong NZ dollar and weaker markets drive log prices to seven-month lowThe average wharf gate price for New Zealand A-grade logs dropped to $114 a ton
Strong NZ dollar and weaker markets drive log prices to seven-month low
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 minutes ago
The average wharf gate price for New Zealand A-grade logs dropped to $114 a tonne in July. Photo / Alan Gibson • Forest products are NZ's third-largest commodity export group. • A lift in the Kiwi dollar has made the country's export logs less... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Asian shares cheered by Wall Street, dollar, Group of 20John McNierney, right, trading GE stock for Citadel Securities, updates John Pa
Asian shares cheered by Wall Street, dollar, Group of 20
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 minutes ago
John McNierney, right, trading GE stock for Citadel Securities, updates John Panin, left, and Greg Rowe, center, with the stock's price at the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, July 22, 2016. John McNierney, right, trading GE stock for Citadel... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
$4.3 million going towards fixing I-16 and I-75 interchangeCongressman Sanford D. Bishop says now that the economy is in a better place, h
$4.3 million going towards fixing I-16 and I-75 interchange
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 13 minutes ago
Congressman Sanford D. Bishop says now that the economy is in a better place, he was able to repurpose and redirect the money towards seven projects. $4.3 million dollars from the fund is going towards four infrastructure projects in Bibb... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Now Woolies? Five firms on hard times in the past yearWOOLWORTHS is going to sack 500 workers, re-deploy 1000 more and shut down stor
Now Woolies? Five firms on hard times in the past year
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 14 minutes ago
WOOLWORTHS is going to sack 500 workers, re-deploy 1000 more and shut down stores across Australia, but why? While its revenue for the year still topped $2.5 billion, all is not well at Australia's supermarket giant. Its announcement this morning... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Woolworths job cuts: The man behind the 'rebuild'THE man driving major changes at Woolworth, Brad Banducci, has a huge job ahead
Woolworths job cuts: The man behind the 'rebuild'
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 14 minutes ago
THE man driving major changes at Woolworth, Brad Banducci, has a huge job ahead of him. Banducci was appointed as chief executive and managing director after Woolworths posted a $972.7 million loss in its half-year results earlier this year. He has... Read more
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News Mail
From Dick Smith to Masters: Businesses on the brinkWOOLWORTHS is going to sack 500 workers, re-deploy 1000 more and shut down stor
From Dick Smith to Masters: Businesses on the brink
News Mail / Posted 16 minutes ago
WOOLWORTHS is going to sack 500 workers, re-deploy 1000 more and shut down stores across Australia, but why? While its revenue for the year still topped $2.5 billion, all is not well at Australia's supermarket giant. Its announcement this morning... Read more
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News Mail
Woolworths job cuts: The man behind the 'rebuild'THE man driving major changes at Woolworth, Brad Banducci, has a huge job ahead
Woolworths job cuts: The man behind the 'rebuild'
News Mail / Posted 16 minutes ago
THE man driving major changes at Woolworth, Brad Banducci, has a huge job ahead of him. Banducci was appointed as chief executive and managing director after Woolworths posted a $972.7 million loss in its half-year results earlier this year. He has... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Tips on how to build and maintain your creditWilliam Frazier said he decided to start his company, Clean Slate Credit, after
Tips on how to build and maintain your credit
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 17 minutes ago
William Frazier said he decided to start his company, Clean Slate Credit, after working at a bank and suffering from his own bout with a poor credit score. His company works with people of all ages and walks of life to establish, build and maintain... Read more
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TheBull
Newcrest meets FY output guidanceNewcrest Mining has scraped into meeting its full year production guidance, des
Newcrest meets FY output guidance
TheBull / Posted 17 minutes ago
Newcrest Mining has scraped into meeting its full year production guidance, despite posting lower output in the June quarter as it continued to struggle with disruptions at various operations. Australia's largest gold miner said it produced 2.44... Read more
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TheBull
No plans to raise capital: WooliesStruggling supermarket giant Woolworths says it currently has no intentions to
No plans to raise capital: Woolies
TheBull / Posted 17 minutes ago
Struggling supermarket giant Woolworths says it currently has no intentions to raise capital. "I've learned never to say never, but I can assure you right now that it is not part of the current plan: No. The focus is on trading performance and... Read more
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TheBull
Australian stocks higher in early tradeThe Australian share market has kicked-off the week in positive territory, led
Australian stocks higher in early trade
TheBull / Posted 17 minutes ago
The Australian share market has kicked-off the week in positive territory, led by biotechnology giant CSL, retail heavyweight Woolworths and financial stocks. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index was up 0.53 per cent on Monday morning, with all 12... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
This is the No. 1 mistake that traders makeWe've all seen or heard of them — the traders who can't take their eyes off the
This is the No. 1 mistake that traders make
Stamford Advocate / Posted 19 minutes ago
We've all seen or heard of them — the traders who can't take their eyes off the market, who wake up in the middle of the night to check stock prices in Asia, who obsess over every basis point move. And that obsession, for many, is their... Read more
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The Economic Times
Zero rates destroying banks: Jes Staley, chief executive, BarclaysEven if Brexit is a reality, the global financial sector may survive given the
Zero rates destroying banks: Jes Staley, chief executive, Barclays
The Economic Times / Posted 19 minutes ago
Even if Brexit is a reality, the global financial sector may survive given the pledge of the Group of 20 (G20) nations to ensure there is no protectionist wall when it comes to finance, says Jes Staley , chief executive at Barclays. The market may be... Read more
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Perth Now
WA plummets down economic ranksIN just two years, WA has gone from the Australia’s top economic performer to a
WA plummets down economic ranks
Perth Now / Posted 22 minutes ago
IN just two years, WA has gone from the Australia’s top economic performer to almost the worst, tumbling down the latest Commsec rankings. The latest Commsec State of the States report, driven by economic and population growth, a healthy housing... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Mujuru: No kickbacks no deal in Zanu PF govtMARONDERA: Former Vice President Joice Mujuru says for any deal involving gover
Mujuru: No kickbacks no deal in Zanu PF govt
New Zimbabwe / Posted 23 minutes ago
MARONDERA: Former Vice President Joice Mujuru says for any deal involving government to succeed prospective investors must be prepared to bribe senior officials who routinely block multi-million dollar projects if they are not paid any... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Tajamuka sabotage Grace's, target MphokoTAJAMUKA/SESIJIKILE movement activists who, of late, have been holding a series
Tajamuka sabotage Grace's, target Mphoko
New Zimbabwe / Posted 23 minutes ago
TAJAMUKA/SESIJIKILE movement activists who, of late, have been holding a series of protests demanding accountability from President Robert Mugabe’s government have taken their work to supermarkets that sell Alpha and Omega products. Alpha and Omega,... Read more
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CIO
Australian firms face growing cyber litigation threatAustralian companies face ‘US levels’ of litigation if they fail to prepare for
Australian firms face growing cyber litigation threat
CIO / Posted 25 minutes ago
Australian companies face ‘US levels’ of litigation if they fail to prepare for mandatory data breach reporting requirements which are likely to come into effect this year, a lawyer has warned. Speaking in Sydney, Adam Salter, a partner at law firm... Read more
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CIO
QBE signs three year deal with OptusMajor Australian insurer QBE has signed a three-year ICT services deal with Opt
QBE signs three year deal with Optus
CIO / Posted 25 minutes ago
Major Australian insurer QBE has signed a three-year ICT services deal with Optus. Optus will deliver voice, mobile and data network services to the group’s 4,000 staff across 42 locations. “QBE is committed to a continued focus on innovation in... Read more
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