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Zero Hedge
December 15Overnight Media Digest - CSX Corp Chief Executive Hunter Harrison has taken a
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 minutes ago
Overnight Media Digest - CSX Corp Chief Executive Hunter Harrison has taken a medical leave of absence due to unexpected complications from a recent illness. on.wsj.com/2yvIKYN - The spouses of highly skilled foreign workers would no longer be able... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bill Blain: "I Have Never Seen So Many Extraordinary Events In One Year, And I’ve Been In Markets Since 1985!"We don’t think 2018 is going to be the End of the World. There will be opportun
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 minutes ago
We don’t think 2018 is going to be the End of the World. There will be opportunities and mistakes. Winners and grinners, and more than a few losers. Sure, we’re looking forward to the new MiFID regime – isn’t everyone? (US Readers…..) Our broad... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
StarHub to buy homegrown cryptography firm for up to S$122mSINGAPORE: StarHub has agreed to buy homegrown firm D'Crypt - the company behin
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 minutes ago
SINGAPORE: StarHub has agreed to buy homegrown firm D'Crypt - the company behind the technical and security systems in the In-Vehicle Units in Singapore cars - for up to S$122 million. In a press release on Friday (Dec 15), StarHub said the... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Everton date set for General Meeting 2018 - Liverpool Echo Farhad Moshiri and Sam Allardyce expected to attend club's G
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 minutes ago
- Liverpool Echo Farhad Moshiri and Sam Allardyce expected to attend club's General Meeting Everton have announced the date of the club's next General Meeting, to be staged at Liverpool's Philharmonic... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Are cigarettes the underworld's Bitcoin?They say the King of Cocaine, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, was once the w
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 minutes ago
They say the King of Cocaine, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, was once the world's seventh-richest person, who spent $US2500 a month on rubber bands to wrap his cash and every year would lose around $US2 billion in notes damaged by hungry rats or... Read more
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Fortune
Serena Williams' Comeback, Putin is Pro-Choice, Accusations Against Dustin Hoffman: Broadsheet for Dec. 15EVERYONE'S TALKING • Is Bitcoin a boys’ club? As the price of Bitcoin soared t
Fortune / Posted 4 minutes ago
EVERYONE'S TALKING • Is Bitcoin a boys’ club? As the price of Bitcoin soared to record highs this week—$10,000, $15,000, then $17,000—the meteoric rise that turned early investors into paper billionaires fueled talk of how the cryptocurrency and its... Read more
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Fortune
Bitcoin: New Financial System or Same Old Boys' Club?As the price of Bitcoin soared to record highs this week—$10,000, $15,000, then
Fortune / Posted 4 minutes ago
As the price of Bitcoin soared to record highs this week—$10,000, $15,000, then $17,000—the meteoric rise that turned early investors into paper billionaires fueled talk of how the cryptocurrency and its underlying technology, blockchain, could... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Malls, Stores May Be in Trouble, But Online Sales Projected to GrowStores are closing at an unprecedented pace. Retailers are going bankrupt. Mall
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 6 minutes ago
Stores are closing at an unprecedented pace. Retailers are going bankrupt. Malls are slowly being abandoned. Shoppers take advantage of sales in New York City on Nov. 24, 2017. (Credit: TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images) But don’t misunderstand... Read more
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Juneau Empire
New revenue forecast shrinks Alaska’s budget deficit a bitGov. Bill Walker will release his budget proposal for the fiscal year that star
Juneau Empire / Posted 7 minutes ago
Gov. Bill Walker will release his budget proposal for the fiscal year that starts July 1, and when he does, the state’s fiscal picture will be slightly better than it was last week. On Tuesday, the Alaska Department of Revenue announced the state is... Read more
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The Age
Where white-collar crime meets a wet lettuce leaf"It was not a momentary lapse of judgment. It involved 18 clients and it breach
The Age / Posted 8 minutes ago
"It was not a momentary lapse of judgment. It involved 18 clients and it breached his employer's trust and the clients' trust." These were Magistrate Cathy McLennan's words as she handed down a sentence in the Queensland Magistrates Court this... Read more
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The Age
How big business shares the profit piePuzzling over the rich economies' poor productivity improvement and weak wage g
The Age / Posted 8 minutes ago
Puzzling over the rich economies' poor productivity improvement and weak wage growth (but healthy profits), American economists are pointing the finger at reduced competition between firms. But can this explain Australia's similar story? Electricity... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Florida’s $1.1 billion Hardest Hit Fund winding down after some hard knocksIn 2010, Florida was in the throes of an unprecedented housing crisis. One in e
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 9 minutes ago
In 2010, Florida was in the throes of an unprecedented housing crisis. One in every eight homes was in some stage of foreclosure. Today, the foreclosure rate is one in every 83. Because of that enormous drop, Florida�s Hardest Hit Fund will stop... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Where white-collar crime meets a wet lettuce leaf"It was not a momentary lapse of judgment. It involved 18 clients and it breach
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 minutes ago
"It was not a momentary lapse of judgment. It involved 18 clients and it breached his employer's trust and the clients' trust." These were Magistrate Cathy McLennan's words as she handed down a sentence in the Queensland Magistrates Court this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How big business shares the profit piePuzzling over the rich economies' poor productivity improvement and weak wage g
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 minutes ago
Puzzling over the rich economies' poor productivity improvement and weak wage growth (but healthy profits), American economists are pointing the finger at reduced competition between firms. But can this explain Australia's similar story? Electricity... Read more
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Western Advocate
Are cigarettes the underworld's Bitcoin?They say the King of Cocaine, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, was once the w
Western Advocate / Posted 14 minutes ago
They say the King of Cocaine, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, was once the world's seventh-richest person, who spent $US2500 a month on rubber bands to wrap his cash and every year would lose around $US2 billion in notes damaged by hungry rats or... Read more
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Business Standard India
GMR-Megawide lowest bidder for $250-mn Clark International Airport projectClark airport is being developed by Government of Philippines through a hybrid
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
Clark airport is being developed by Government of Philippines through a hybrid model with EPC and O&M tenders being issued separately. According to a statement issued by GMR, the EPC project scope involves design, construction, testing and... Read more
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Business Standard India
Even as warnings grow, Bitcoin rises 9% to hit new record high of $17,900Bitcoin blasted to another all-time high of almost $18,000 on the Bitstamp exch
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
Bitcoin blasted to another all-time high of almost $18,000 on the Bitstamp exchange on Friday, up 9 percent on the day, as warnings grew over the risks of investing in the highly volatile and speculative instrument. The cryptocurrency's staggering... Read more
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Business Standard India
Even as warnings grow, Bitcoin rises 9% to hit record high of $17,900Bitcoin blasted to another all-time high of almost $18,000 on the Bitstamp exch
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
Bitcoin blasted to another all-time high of almost $18,000 on the Bitstamp exchange on Friday, up 9 percent on the day, as warnings grew over the risks of investing in the highly volatile and speculative instrument. The cryptocurrency's staggering... Read more
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Business Standard India
Oil prices rise on North Sea pipeline outage, but rising US output loomsOil prices moved up on Friday, lifted by the Forties pipeline outage in the Nor
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
Oil prices moved up on Friday, lifted by the Forties pipeline outage in the North Sea and ongoing OPEC-led production cuts, although rising output from the United States kept a lid on markets. US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at... Read more
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Business Standard India
Japanese firm says it will pay part of salaries in BitcoinA Japanese company will start paying part of its employees' salaries in Bitcoin
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
A Japanese company will start paying part of its employees' salaries in Bitcoin, as it aims to get better understanding of the virtual currency, a spokeswoman said today. GMO Internet, which operates a range of web-related businesses including... Read more
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Business Standard India
H&M leads European shares lower after sales miss, telecoms riseThe pan-European STOXX 600 index was down 0.2 percent by 0826 GMT, while euro z
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
The pan-European STOXX 600 index was down 0.2 percent by 0826 GMT, while euro zone blue chips also fell 0.2 percent and the UK's FTSE 100 inched 0.1 percent lower. H&M plunged 12 percent, leading losers on the STOXX, after the Swedish fashion... Read more
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Business Standard India
Consumer Forum rejects complaints against SBIThe District Consumer Redressal Forum here has rejected four complaints against
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
The District Consumer Redressal Forum here has rejected four complaints against the State Bank of India (SBI) pertaining to the interest rate on personal loans. Prakash Sawant, Prakash Otavnekar, Anant Mahadik, and Vilas Fadtare had in their... Read more
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Business Standard India
Is your startup in the 'Valley of Death'? Here's what you must knowThere has been a paradigm shift in how people look at buying and selling. New i
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
There has been a paradigm shift in how people look at buying and selling. New ideas that faced skepticism and distrust in the past are now welcome, as people are starting to adopt just about anything and everything. To prove my point, let’s take a... Read more
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Business Standard India
Nalco, MECL, HCL boards approve JV project, to be named KabilIn the JV company to be titled 'Khanij Bidesh India Ltd' (KABIL), Nalco would h
Business Standard India / Posted 15 minutes ago
In the JV company to be titled 'Khanij Bidesh India Ltd' (KABIL), Nalco would have an equity of 34 per cent. Both MECL and HCL's shareholding is pegged at 33 per cent each. On September 19 this year, the three CPSEs entered into a memorandum of... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Perchloroethylene (PCE) Report: 2017 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2021Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party co
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 16 minutes ago
Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. Frankly and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. If you are affiliated with this page and would like it removed please... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
A new Florida takes shapeBy Jonathan Levin and Jeanna Smialek | Bloomberg News MIAMI — After Hurricane
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 16 minutes ago
By Jonathan Levin and Jeanna Smialek | Bloomberg News MIAMI — After Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, Luis Cruz got a generator connection from the bakery next door to run lights and fans in his Humacao martial-arts studio. But last month, only... Read more
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Manning River Times
Are cigarettes the underworld's Bitcoin?They say the King of Cocaine, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, was once the w
Manning River Times / Posted 17 minutes ago
They say the King of Cocaine, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, was once the world's seventh-richest person, who spent $US2500 a month on rubber bands to wrap his cash and every year would lose around $US2 billion in notes damaged by hungry rats or... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Your Business Rises and Falls on Customer ExperienceThis statement is profound and can be so impactful in all of our businesses, wi
Greenwich Time / Posted 17 minutes ago
This statement is profound and can be so impactful in all of our businesses, with a few minor tweaks. Long ago, when I was just starting my first few businesses, I would spend dozens of hours dreaming about the business, how it would operate and how... Read more
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The Inverness Courier
Schools and roads to be hit as council faces tough choicesPublished: 15/12/2017 13:00 - Updated: 14/12/2017 16:27 Margaret Davidson says
The Inverness Courier / Posted 18 minutes ago
Published: 15/12/2017 13:00 - Updated: 14/12/2017 16:27 Margaret Davidson says the council is facing 'impossible' financial choices. JOB losses and cuts to new schools, sports centres and road improvements will hit the Highlands next year, senior... Read more
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Daily Herald
German government says it backs 'open and free internet'BERLIN -- The German government says it backs an "open and free internet" follo
Daily Herald / Posted 18 minutes ago
BERLIN -- The German government says it backs an "open and free internet" following the U.S. decision to repeal net neutrality rules. A spokeswoman for the Economy Ministry said Friday that Germany had "taken note" of the U.S. move but declined to... Read more
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