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Northern Daily Leader
Exploitation in electronics: Too many companies failing to come cleanFifty-six major electronics companies have been graded based on their supply ch
Exploitation in electronics: Too many companies failing to come clean
Northern Daily Leader / Posted a minute ago
Fifty-six major electronics companies have been graded based on their supply chains. None received an A. Most, if not all, electronics companies in Australia have failed to fully investigate whether raw materials used in their products were obtained... Read more
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SKY News
Google Chief Now Highest-Paid Boss In AmericaGoogle boss Sundar Pichai is now the highest-paid chief executive in America af
Google Chief Now Highest-Paid Boss In America
SKY News / Posted 4 minutes ago
Google boss Sundar Pichai is now the highest-paid chief executive in America after being awarded $199m (£138m) of shares. He became chief executive in October after its reorganisation into holding company Alphabet, and was given 273,328 shares,... Read more
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The Young Witness
Exploitation in electronics: Too many companies failing to come cleanFifty-six major electronics companies have been graded based on their supply ch
Exploitation in electronics: Too many companies failing to come clean
The Young Witness / Posted 4 minutes ago
Fifty-six major electronics companies have been graded based on their supply chains. None received an A. Most, if not all, electronics companies in Australia have failed to fully investigate whether raw materials used in their products were obtained... Read more
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Inquirier.net
PSEi tumbles on global economic woesTHE LOCAl stock barometer tumbled back to the 6,600 level on Tuesday – the firs
PSEi tumbles on global economic woes
Inquirier.net / Posted 6 minutes ago
THE LOCAl stock barometer tumbled back to the 6,600 level on Tuesday – the first trading day of the Lunar Year of the Fire Monkey – as fears of global recession dragged global markets. The Philippine Stock Exchange index lost 127.7 points or 1.89... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Chinese medicine shops feel the pinch Shops selling traditional medicines and foods in Hong Kong and Sydney say bus
Chinese medicine shops feel the pinch
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 7 minutes ago
Shops selling traditional medicines and foods in Hong Kong and Sydney say business from Chinese tourists is the poorest in years. Julie Noce reports. Bottles of Essence of Kangaroo are rearranged on a shelf in... Read more
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The Age
Chief of Australian online firm resigns amid allegations of corporate misconductThe chief executive of Australian Internet firm Uglii has resigned as the corpo
Chief of Australian online firm resigns amid allegations of corporate misconduct
The Age / Posted 7 minutes ago
The chief executive of Australian Internet firm Uglii has resigned as the corporate watchdog ramps up its investigation into allegations the firm engaged in serious corporate misconduct. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is... Read more
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The Age
Why we can't afford to bail out shaky banksIs something up at Europe's banks? The markets certainly seem to think so. Deu
Why we can't afford to bail out shaky banks
The Age / Posted 7 minutes ago
Is something up at Europe's banks? The markets certainly seem to think so. Deutsche Bank shares have been hammered, while its convertible bonds have been in freefall. A series of smaller Italian banks have had to be rescued, and the whole sector is... Read more
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Market Watch
FTSE 100 flops as investors search for safetyU.K. stocks moved lower Tuesday, extending a selloff in the previous session th
FTSE 100 flops as investors search for safety
Market Watch / Posted 8 minutes ago
U.K. stocks moved lower Tuesday, extending a selloff in the previous session that left the benchmark FTSE 100 near a three-week low. After initially opening higher, the U.K’s FTSE 100 UKX, +0.65% fell 0.3% to 5,670.16, with mining and finance shares... Read more
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Market Watch
European stocks get clobbered again as banks slumpEuropean stock markets dropped for a seventh straight session on Tuesday, with
European stocks get clobbered again as banks slump
Market Watch / Posted 8 minutes ago
European stock markets dropped for a seventh straight session on Tuesday, with banks leading the charge lower as fears of a global economic slowdown persist. Richard Perry, market analyst at Hantec Markets, said there was not one specific catalyst... Read more
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Market Watch
Vestas hikes dividend as profit rises 54%Danish wind turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems A/S (VWS.KO)Tuesday reported a 54
Vestas hikes dividend as profit rises 54%
Market Watch / Posted 8 minutes ago
Danish wind turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems A/S (VWS.KO)Tuesday reported a 54% rise in fourth-quarter net profit, beating market expectations, and raised its dividend on 2015 earnings by 75%, in line with its dividend policy. Vestas said order... Read more
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The Irish Times
Stocktake: Bloodied bank investors feel the painBloodied bank stocks 2016 is shaping up to be a difficult year for investors in
Stocktake: Bloodied bank investors feel the pain
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Bloodied bank stocks 2016 is shaping up to be a difficult year for investors in bank stocks. Credit Suisse shares plunged to a 24-year low last week after announcing its first annual loss since 2008. Standard Chartered shares have more than halved... Read more
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Market Watch
FTSE 100 flops as investors search for safetyU.K. stocks moved lower Tuesday, extending a selloff in the previous session th
FTSE 100 flops as investors search for safety
Market Watch / Posted 8 minutes ago
U.K. stocks moved lower Tuesday, extending a selloff in the previous session that left the benchmark FTSE 100 near a three-week low. After initially opening higher, the U.K’s FTSE 100 UKX, +0.65% fell 0.3% to 5,670.16, with mining and finance shares... Read more
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Market Watch
IEA warns oil surplus will be worse than expectedThe International Energy Agency on Tuesday warned oil prices could fall again a
IEA warns oil surplus will be worse than expected
Market Watch / Posted 8 minutes ago
The International Energy Agency on Tuesday warned oil prices could fall again as Iranian output increased as part of a broader surge in OPEC output. The news come after oil sanctions against Tehran were lifted and members of the Organization of the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Spain is ‘pretty much sold out’ tour operator saysTUI AG, Europe’s largest tour operator and owner of Ireland’s Falcon Holidays,
Spain is ‘pretty much sold out’ tour operator says
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
TUI AG, Europe’s largest tour operator and owner of Ireland’s Falcon Holidays, said demand for summer holidays in Turkey tumbled about 40 per cent following a suicide bombing at a tourist attraction in Istanbul last month. Mid-2016 bookings for the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why we can't afford to bail out shaky banksIs something up at Europe's banks? The markets certainly seem to think so. Deu
Why we can't afford to bail out shaky banks
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
Is something up at Europe's banks? The markets certainly seem to think so. Deutsche Bank shares have been hammered, while its convertible bonds have been in freefall. A series of smaller Italian banks have had to be rescued, and the whole sector is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Chief of Australian online firm resigns amid allegations of corporate misconductThe chief executive of Australian Internet firm Uglii has resigned as the corpo
Chief of Australian online firm resigns amid allegations of corporate misconduct
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
The chief executive of Australian Internet firm Uglii has resigned as the corporate watchdog ramps up its investigation into allegations the firm engaged in serious corporate misconduct. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Obama to release $4 trillion-plus budget for 2017by: ANDREW TAYLOR and MARTIN CRUTSINGER, Associated Press Writers Updated: Feb
Obama to release $4 trillion-plus budget for 2017
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 9 minutes ago
by: ANDREW TAYLOR and MARTIN CRUTSINGER, Associated Press Writers Updated: Feb 9, 2016 - 4:17 AM WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is unveiling his eighth and final budget, a $4 trillion-plus proposal that's freighted with liberal policy... Read more
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Salon.com
Obama to release $4 trillion-plus budget for 2017WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is unveiling his eighth and final budg
Obama to release $4 trillion-plus budget for 2017
Salon.com / Posted 9 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is unveiling his eighth and final budget, a $4 trillion-plus proposal that’s freighted with liberal policy initiatives and new and familiar tax hikes — all sent to a dismissive Republican-controlled Congress... Read more
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Investopedia
How JCPenney Is Consistently Improving and Growing (JCP)As of January 2016, it was just a few years ago that J.C. Penney Company, Inc.
How JCPenney Is Consistently Improving and Growing (JCP)
Investopedia / Posted 9 minutes ago
As of January 2016, it was just a few years ago that J.C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE: JCP) was teetering dangerously close to bankruptcy. Ron Johnson came over from Apple, where he was the senior vice president of retail operations, to become... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Children cheating web age ban by opening social media accountsBBC Newsround commissioned the report to coincide with Safer Internet Day, Febr
Children cheating web age ban by opening social media accounts
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 minutes ago
BBC Newsround commissioned the report to coincide with Safer Internet Day, February 9, and the survey of over 1,000 10-18 year olds shows that children are using social media even though rules for many networks advise they should be 13. A huge 78%... Read more
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Canberra Times
Chief of Australian online firm resigns amid allegations of corporate misconductThe chief executive of Australian Internet firm Uglii has resigned as the corpo
Chief of Australian online firm resigns amid allegations of corporate misconduct
Canberra Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
The chief executive of Australian Internet firm Uglii has resigned as the corporate watchdog ramps up its investigation into allegations the firm engaged in serious corporate misconduct. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why we can't afford to bail out shaky banksIs something up at Europe's banks? The markets certainly seem to think so. Deu
Why we can't afford to bail out shaky banks
Canberra Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
Is something up at Europe's banks? The markets certainly seem to think so. Deutsche Bank shares have been hammered, while its convertible bonds have been in freefall. A series of smaller Italian banks have had to be rescued, and the whole sector is... Read more
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Scotsman
Angels smile on four growing firms with £3.9m boost Administrate, led by chief executive John Peebles, was among four firms to rec
Angels smile on four growing firms with £3.9m boost
Scotsman / Posted 12 minutes ago
Administrate, led by chief executive John Peebles, was among four firms to receive a funding boost. Picture: Colin Hattersley Four fast-growing companies have received a £3.9 million boost from... Read more
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Scotsman
Wood Group extends North Sea contract with Chevron The deal includes maintenance support for Chevron's Captain field in the North
Wood Group extends North Sea contract with Chevron
Scotsman / Posted 12 minutes ago
The deal includes maintenance support for Chevron's Captain field in the North Sea Oil and gas services giant Wood Group is extending its support deal with Chevron in the North Sea. Under the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Exploitation in electronics: Too many companies failing to come cleanFifty-six major electronics companies have been graded based on their supply ch
Exploitation in electronics: Too many companies failing to come clean
Western Advocate / Posted 12 minutes ago
Fifty-six major electronics companies have been graded based on their supply chains. None received an A. Most, if not all, electronics companies in Australia have failed to fully investigate whether raw materials used in their products were obtained... Read more
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Business Standard India
Bharat Forge bounces back after Q3 EBITDA margin risesBharat Forge has moved higher by 5% to Rs 810, bouncing back 8% from intra-day’
Bharat Forge bounces back after Q3 EBITDA margin rises
Business Standard India / Posted 14 minutes ago
Bharat Forge has moved higher by 5% to Rs 810, bouncing back 8% from intra-day’s low on the BSE, after the company said its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) has seen an expansion of an over 100 basis points (bps)... Read more
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Business Standard India
Lupin extends gain post Q3 resultsLupin is trading higher by nearly 2% at Rs 1,849 extending its past two day’s g
Lupin extends gain post Q3 results
Business Standard India / Posted 14 minutes ago
Lupin is trading higher by nearly 2% at Rs 1,849 extending its past two day’s gain in an otherwise weak market after the drug maker reported better-than-expected net profit of Rs 601 crore for the third quarter ended December 2015 (Q3FY16). Revenue... Read more
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Business Standard India
Goldman Sachs says metals set to underperform oil, cuts price forecastsGoldman Sachs on Monday said metals, particularly copper and aluminum, are set
Goldman Sachs says metals set to underperform oil, cuts price forecasts
Business Standard India / Posted 14 minutes ago
Goldman Sachs on Monday said metals, particularly copper and aluminum, are set to underperform oil in the near future on subdued global demand growth and a sluggish Chinese economy. "Around mid-2016 and through 2017, we expect that the oil market... Read more
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Business Standard India
Everything is not fine: Cognizant CEODespite showing industry leading growth in CY15, Cognizant on Monday surprised
Everything is not fine: Cognizant CEO
Business Standard India / Posted 14 minutes ago
Despite showing industry leading growth in CY15, Cognizant on Monday surprised everybody with its lackluster revenue guidance for calendar 2016. In an interview with Bibhu Ranjan Mishra, the Nasdaq-headquartered company’s CEO for IT services, Rajeev... Read more
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Business Standard India
Cognizant rings alarm bell for Indian IT services playersAs Nasdaq-listed company indicates poor spending in financial services space, I
Cognizant rings alarm bell for Indian IT services players
Business Standard India / Posted 14 minutes ago
As Nasdaq-listed company indicates poor spending in financial services space, Indian firms feel jitteryAs Nasdaq-listed company indicates poor spending in financial services space, Indian firms... Read more
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