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Canberra Times
Trump's new finance chair Steven Mnuchin was sued over Madoff fraud profitThe lawsuit was dropped last year because of time restrictions imposed on a tru
Trump's new finance chair Steven Mnuchin was sued over Madoff fraud profit
Canberra Times / Posted a minute ago
The lawsuit was dropped last year because of time restrictions imposed on a trustee seeking to recoup investors' losses from customers who inadvertently profited by withdrawing more money than they put in. Two days after locking up the Republican... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Bozeman, others reach $7.5M settlement in landfill caseBOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - The city of Bozeman, a housing developer and an engineeri
Bozeman, others reach $7.5M settlement in landfill case
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 2 minutes ago
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - The city of Bozeman, a housing developer and an engineering firm have reached a $7.5 million settlement agreement in a lawsuit filed by homeowners who said the city approved a subdivision near a former landfill that is leaking... Read more
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iTWire
AUDIO: NBN hits 2 million connections towards 2020 target of 8 millionAnd, there’s still a big task ahead for the National Broadband Nertwork. Just t
AUDIO: NBN hits 2 million connections towards 2020 target of 8 million
iTWire / Posted 2 minutes ago
And, there’s still a big task ahead for the National Broadband Nertwork. Just to reach its earlier target of around 4.4 million connections by 2018 requires a near doubling of weekly connections if they continue at the current rate. But, the... Read more
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The Columbian
Papa Murphy’s stock tanks after poor salesVANCOUVER — Following a slim first-quarter profit and lower sales, investors ha
Papa Murphy’s stock tanks after poor sales
The Columbian / Posted 3 minutes ago
VANCOUVER — Following a slim first-quarter profit and lower sales, investors hammered Vancouver-based Papa Murphy’s on Thursday, sending the stock diving nearly 24 percent. The take-and-bake pizza chain, which trades as FRSH on the Nasdaq stock... Read more
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Western Advocate
Can celebrities and pubs save Balmain's Darling Street?Can film stars and pubs do for Balmain what the council, landlords and multiple
Can celebrities and pubs save Balmain's Darling Street?
Western Advocate / Posted 3 minutes ago
Can film stars and pubs do for Balmain what the council, landlords and multiple past efforts have failed to do? Can film stars and pubs do for Balmain what the council, landlords and multiple past efforts have failed to do? In a first for ailing... Read more
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Business Standard India
US names prominent Panama family as big money launderersThe United States has named Panama's prominent Waked family, who run a large lu
US names prominent Panama family as big money launderers
Business Standard India / Posted 4 minutes ago
The United States has named Panama's prominent Waked family, who run a large luxury goods, duty-free shops and real estate business, as a major drug money-laundering organisation. The move placed top members of the Lebanese-origin family and their... Read more
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Business Standard India
Brexit outcome may play into rate decision, Fed officials sayBritain's vote in June on whether to leave the European Union is shaping up to
Brexit outcome may play into rate decision, Fed officials say
Business Standard India / Posted 4 minutes ago
Britain's vote in June on whether to leave the European Union is shaping up to be the next global event to impact the US central bank's decision-making on when to next raise interest rates. San Francisco Fed President John Williams on Thursday... Read more
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Business Standard India
Markets may open lower on weak Asian cuesBanks and NBFCs in focus after the Reserve Bank of India proposed granting on-t
Markets may open lower on weak Asian cues
Business Standard India / Posted 4 minutes ago
Banks and NBFCs in focus after the Reserve Bank of India proposed granting on-tap universal banking licences to individuals, groups or entities and companies.Banks and NBFCs in focus after the Reserve Bank of... Read more
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Business Standard India
Wall Street flat before April jobs report; retailers slipL Brands , which fell 12% to $70.53 after posting lower-than-expected monthly c
Wall Street flat before April jobs report; retailers slip
Business Standard India / Posted 4 minutes ago
L Brands , which fell 12% to $70.53 after posting lower-than-expected monthly comparable sales, led declines in discretionary shares along with Amazon , down 1.8% at $659.09. The S&P retail index <.SPXRT> was down 1.5% while the S&P consumer... Read more
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The Advocate
Satellite phone provider Globalstar narrows losses by $107.9 millionGlobalstar, the Covington satellite telephone services provider, reported a fir
Satellite phone provider Globalstar narrows losses by $107.9 million
The Advocate / Posted 8 minutes ago
Globalstar, the Covington satellite telephone services provider, reported a first-quarter loss of $29.9 million, or 3 cents per diluted share, compared with a $129.7 million loss, or 13 cents per share, the year before. The company said the decrease... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Something odd is happening in China, and it echoes major financial crises of the last 20 yearsIt's no secret that the Chinese economy has been slowing down. In March, Beiji
Something odd is happening in China, and it echoes major financial crises of the last 20 years
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 8 minutes ago
It's no secret that the Chinese economy has been slowing down. In March, Beijing pretty much admitted that it's going to have to tolerate slower growth, announcing a 2016 growth target of 6.5% to 7%. More from Business Insider Most... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Africa's largest oil producer just took another huge blow to its battered economyThe flow of foreign capital into Nigeria is drying up — and it's a huge blow to
Africa's largest oil producer just took another huge blow to its battered economy
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 8 minutes ago
The flow of foreign capital into Nigeria is drying up — and it's a huge blow to its economy. Foreign investments into Africa's biggest oil producer came in at $711 million in the first quarter of 2016 — a whopping 74% drop from a year before. The... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Jamba Juice Announces That It Will Move To Texashttp://www.sfgate.com/news/bayarea/article/Jamba-Juice-Announces-That-It-Will-M
Jamba Juice Announces That It Will Move To Texas
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 8 minutes ago
http://www.sfgate.com/news/bayarea/article/Jamba-Juice-Announces-That-It-Will-Move-To-Texas-7396715.php The owner of Jamba Juice, which makes specialty beverage and food items including fruit... Read more
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New Kerala
Palm oil pushes global food prices up in April; cereal production outlook improves - newkerala.com #59636New York, May 6 : Global prices of key staple food commodities rose in April, m
Palm oil pushes global food prices up in April; cereal production outlook improves - newkerala.com #59636
New Kerala / Posted 9 minutes ago
New York, May 6 : Global prices of key staple food commodities rose in April, marking a third consecutive monthly increase after four years of decline, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Thursday. The FAO Food Price... Read more
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New Kerala
Chinese shares open mixed Friday - newkerala.com #59632Chinese shares open mixed Friday Beijing, May 6 : Chinese stocks opened mixed
Chinese shares open mixed Friday - newkerala.com #59632
New Kerala / Posted 9 minutes ago
Chinese shares open mixed Friday Beijing, May 6 : Chinese stocks opened mixed on Friday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 0.02 percent to open at 2,998.4 points. The smaller Shenzhen index opened 0.01 percent lower at 10,473.3 points.... Read more
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ABC News
Australia Welcomes Investment in Singapore Military TrainingSingapore will spend up to 2.25 billion Australian dollars ($1.67 billion) to d
Australia Welcomes Investment in Singapore Military Training
ABC News / Posted 9 minutes ago
Singapore will spend up to 2.25 billion Australian dollars ($1.67 billion) to double the capacity of its military training facilities in northern Australia under a new bilateral deal, Australia's prime minister said Friday. Malcolm Turnbull said... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Board to consider taxing millionaires to fight homelessness in LA CountyAs homelessness continues to rise, two Los Angeles County supervisors want a po
Board to consider taxing millionaires to fight homelessness in LA County
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 14 minutes ago
As homelessness continues to rise, two Los Angeles County supervisors want a potential ballot measure that could tax wealthy income earners to help combat the problem. Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Sheila Kuehl said they will ask the Board of... Read more
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Herald Sun
Trade, defence ties with Singapore boostedAustralia and Singapore will boost economic and defence ties, and collaborate o
Trade, defence ties with Singapore boosted
Herald Sun / Posted 18 minutes ago
Australia and Singapore will boost economic and defence ties, and collaborate on innovation, under a deal that updates a free trade agreement signed more than a decade ago. Under the agreement announced on Friday, both countries will implement... Read more
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Herald Sun
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06bMacquarie Group increased net profit 29% to $2.06 billion for the year to March
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06b
Herald Sun / Posted 18 minutes ago
Macquarie Group increased net profit 29% to $2.06 billion for the year to March 31, 2016, on the back of record results from its annuity-style businesses. Operating income was up 9% to $10.14 billion, while assets under management was down 2% to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Fairfax flags weekend-only papersMEDIA chief executive Greg Hywood has flagged a switch to weekend-only print ed
Fairfax flags weekend-only papers
Herald Sun / Posted 18 minutes ago
MEDIA chief executive Greg Hywood has flagged a switch to weekend-only print editions of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Mr Hywood said the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated the majority of advertising... Read more
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Weekly Times
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06bMacquarie Group increased net profit 29% to $2.06 billion for the year to March
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06b
Weekly Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
Macquarie Group increased net profit 29% to $2.06 billion for the year to March 31, 2016, on the back of record results from its annuity-style businesses. Operating income was up 9% to $10.14 billion, while assets under management was down 2% to... Read more
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Pakistan News Tribune
Muhammad Azam Saigol appointed as chairman of PIAKARACHI: The government has appointed a noted industrialist and a member of the
Muhammad Azam Saigol appointed as chairman of PIA
Pakistan News Tribune / Posted 18 minutes ago
KARACHI: The government has appointed a noted industrialist and a member of the board of directors of Pakistan International Airlines, Muhammad Azam Saigol, as chairman of the national flag carrier. The position had been lying vacant since the... Read more
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Variety
Disney’s Bob Iger Meets China President Xi JinpingIt is considered rare for Xi to meet with foreign business leaders, especially
Disney’s Bob Iger Meets China President Xi Jinping
Variety / Posted 18 minutes ago
It is considered rare for Xi to meet with foreign business leaders, especially in public. Iger is also vice chairman of the U.S.-China Business Council. The meeting took place some six weeks before the opening of the Shanghai Disney Resort theme... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fairfax flags weekend-only newspapersFairfax has flagged weekend-only editions of the Sydney Morning Herald and The
Fairfax flags weekend-only newspapers
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 minutes ago
Fairfax has flagged weekend-only editions of the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. FAIRFAX Media chief executive Greg Hywood has flagged a switch to weekend-only print editions of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Mr Hywood says the masthead... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fairfax flags weekend-only papersMEDIA chief executive Greg Hywood has flagged a switch to weekend-only print ed
Fairfax flags weekend-only papers
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 minutes ago
MEDIA chief executive Greg Hywood has flagged a switch to weekend-only print editions of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Mr Hywood said the masthead titles could go weekend-only because those editions generated the majority of advertising... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Sharebroker rejects claim NZX committed $100m to grain exchangeNZX director and Forsyth Barr managing director Neil Paviour-Smith has rejected
Sharebroker rejects claim NZX committed $100m to grain exchange
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 19 minutes ago
NZX director and Forsyth Barr managing director Neil Paviour-Smith has rejected Ralec's claims in the High Court that the stock exchange operator committed $100 million to its 2009 investment in the Clear Grain Exchange. Witness evidence has begun... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06bMacquarie Group increased net profit 29% to $2.06 billion for the year to March
Macquarie profit up 29% to $2.06b
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 minutes ago
Macquarie Group increased net profit 29% to $2.06 billion for the year to March 31, 2016, on the back of record results from its annuity-style businesses. Operating income was up 9% to $10.14 billion, while assets under management was down 2% to... Read more
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Finance and Commerce
Realtor is latest ‘Modern Family’ product placementNEW YORK — If Phil Dunphy’s insistence that he’s a Realtor and not a real estat
Realtor is latest ‘Modern Family’ product placement
Finance and Commerce / Posted 19 minutes ago
NEW YORK — If Phil Dunphy’s insistence that he’s a Realtor and not a real estate agent on “Modern Family” this week seemed a little odd, be aware that ABC was paid to make that distinction. The plot twist was part of a new advertising campaign by... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Treaty of Waitangi rights protected in TPPAFriday, 6 May 2016, 2:48 pmPress Release: FOMA Friday 6th May 2016The Waitangi
Treaty of Waitangi rights protected in TPPA
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 19 minutes ago
Friday, 6 May 2016, 2:48 pmPress Release: FOMA Friday 6th May 2016The Waitangi Tribunal's ruling that the TPPA has not breached treaty obligations is of no surprise... Read more
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CNBC
Oil steady as production disruptions offset stronger dollar"While the wildfire in the oil-sands regions of Canada is still wreaking havoc
Oil steady as production disruptions offset stronger dollar
CNBC / Posted 20 minutes ago
"While the wildfire in the oil-sands regions of Canada is still wreaking havoc with many producers, U.S. oil output continues to feel the impact of low prices," ANZ said. Data by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) shows that U.S. crude... Read more
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