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Variety
CBS' Leslie Moonves Predicts Big Upfront For C7 DealsCBS Corp. chief Leslie Moonves is feeling bullish about the health of the netwo
CBS' Leslie Moonves Predicts Big Upfront For C7 Deals
Variety / Posted a minute ago
CBS Corp. chief Leslie Moonves is feeling bullish about the health of the network TV advertising business going in to the upfront selling season, despite global economic jitters that haven driven so much volatility on Wall Street this year. Moonves,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Share market set to open lowerThe Australian market looks set to open lower. Picture: Mark Lennihan THE Aust
Share market set to open lower
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Australian market looks set to open lower. Picture: Mark Lennihan THE Australian market looks set to open lower after international markets plummeted as investors spooked by the health of the global economy jettisoned stocks and fled to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Finance news you need to know todayGoogle Vice President Tom Hutchinson, left, and President of Google Europe, Mid
Finance news you need to know today
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
Google Vice President Tom Hutchinson, left, and President of Google Europe, Middle East and Africa, Matt Brittin, give evidence to the British government Commons Public Accounts Committee. Picture: AP HERE are eight things making news in business... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Markets panicking about uncertainty: RBA The Reserve Bank boss says global markets are "dropping their bundles" in res
Markets panicking about uncertainty: RBA
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Reserve Bank boss says global markets are "dropping their bundles" in response to recent financial and economic turbulence. RBA governor Glenn Stevens says despite the international panic, policymakers... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Iran offers opportunity and competition The lifting of sanctions against Iran may be a mixed blessing for Turkey, ope
Iran offers opportunity and competition
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 minutes ago
The lifting of sanctions against Iran may be a mixed blessing for Turkey, opening up access to a fast-growing, lucrative market, but one that could someday rival Ankara as both an investment destination and... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Union Rat to Visit Nelson Foodstuffs StoresPutting Workers First FIRST Union is New Zealand's second-largest private sect
Union Rat to Visit Nelson Foodstuffs Stores
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 minutes ago
Putting Workers First FIRST Union is New Zealand's second-largest private sector trade union. Formed in 2011 after the merger between the National Distribution Union and Finsec, FIRST Union represents 27,000 workers in the Finance, Industrial... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
SealesWinslow mills receive quality stampFriday, 12 February 2016, 11:58 amPress Release: Ballance Agri-NutrientsSealesW
SealesWinslow mills receive quality stamp
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 minutes ago
Friday, 12 February 2016, 11:58 amPress Release: Ballance Agri-NutrientsSealesWinslow has attained FeedSafeNZ accreditation across all of its mills, recognising the... Read more
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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Simple Steps To Protect Your Credit Cards Against Fraud The fast food giant Wendy’s is slowly releasing details about its investigati
Simple Steps To Protect Your Credit Cards Against Fraud
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted 2 minutes ago
The fast food giant Wendy’s is slowly releasing details about its investigation into possible credit card fraud at East Coast and Midwest restaurant locations, while financial institutions and... Read more
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CNBC
Be ready when the big banks get uglierThe U.S. bank stocks were horrendous, too. This could be the impact of having m
Be ready when the big banks get uglier
CNBC / Posted 3 minutes ago
The U.S. bank stocks were horrendous, too. This could be the impact of having more bad oil loans than investors know about. Or maybe the Fed is not going to raise rates, and the financials depend on higher rates for more money. Or maybe the entire... Read more
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CNBC
Nikkei open looks rough as oil, banks keep markets edgyAsian markets are set for another weak open, after Wall Street staged a recover
Nikkei open looks rough as oil, banks keep markets edgy
CNBC / Posted 3 minutes ago
Asian markets are set for another weak open, after Wall Street staged a recovery from the day's troughs but still finished lower. SPI futures were down 0.8 percent at 4,731, compared to the S&P/ASX 200's previous close of 4,821.07. Australia's... Read more
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Reuters
JPMorgan's Dimon buys more than $25 million of company stockJPMorgan Chase Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon speaks during a discussion at the A
JPMorgan's Dimon buys more than $25 million of company stock
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
JPMorgan Chase Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon speaks during a discussion at the Aspen Institute in Washington in this December 12, 2013 file photo. NEW YORK Jamie Dimon, chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N), recently bought 500,000... Read more
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CNBC
After-hours buzz: CBS, P, TWTR, FEYE & moreFireEye shares were lower in extended trading after the virtual security provid
After-hours buzz: CBS, P, TWTR, FEYE & more
CNBC / Posted 3 minutes ago
FireEye shares were lower in extended trading after the virtual security provider's CEO, Dave DeWalt, said he sees cybersecurity spending growing at a reduced rate this year. DeWalt said the industry's sales were boosted last year by "emergency... Read more
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Reuters
South Korea cuts off power, water into Kaesong zone in North KoreaA South Korean security guard stands guard on an empty road which leads to the
South Korea cuts off power, water into Kaesong zone in North Korea
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
A South Korean security guard stands guard on an empty road which leads to the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC) at the South's CIQ (Customs, Immigration and Quarantine), just south of the demilitarised zone separating the two Koreas, in Paju, South... Read more
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Reuters
Japan government official says recent yen moves 'rough'Pedestrians walk past an electronic board showing the graphs of the recent fluc
Japan government official says recent yen moves 'rough'
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
Pedestrians walk past an electronic board showing the graphs of the recent fluctuations of the Japanese yen's exchange rate against the U.S. dollar outside a brokerage in Tokyo, Japan, February 9, 2016. TOKYO A Japanese government official said on... Read more
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MedCity News
Dreamit Health will use Blackstone Foundation grant to expand accelerator classAt a time when some healthcare accelerators are reducing the size of their clas
Dreamit Health will use Blackstone Foundation grant to expand accelerator class
MedCity News / Posted 3 minutes ago
At a time when some healthcare accelerators are reducing the size of their classes as part of a broader shift in their models, Dreamit Ventures CEO Avi Savar said it will use an innovation grant it received from the Blackstone Charitable Foundation... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Commodities won't save Australia from recession: ASX boss Elmer Funke Kupper The chief executive of the Australian Securities Exchange
Commodities won't save Australia from recession: ASX boss
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 minutes ago
Elmer Funke Kupper The chief executive of the Australian Securities Exchange is warning that Australia needs to confront structural economic reforms to make a successful transition from the... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Morgan Stanley to pay $3.2B over contributors to 2008 crisisThe nationwide settlement, negotiated by the working group appointed by Preside
Morgan Stanley to pay $3.2B over contributors to 2008 crisis
Northwest Herald / Posted 4 minutes ago
The nationwide settlement, negotiated by the working group appointed by President Barack Obama in 2012, said the bank acknowledged it increased the acceptable risk levels for mortgage loans pooled and sold to investors without telling them. Loans... Read more
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The Morning Call
Lower gas costs not reflected in food pricesWhen gas prices soared to new heights a few years ago, supermarkets blamed high
Lower gas costs not reflected in food prices
The Morning Call / Posted 5 minutes ago
When gas prices soared to new heights a few years ago, supermarkets blamed higher transportation costs for rising food prices. Now that the price of gas has dropped considerably, one would expect food prices would follow suit. Unfortunately, that's... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
Cenovus announces job losses, dividend cutsMore cuts and losses continued to dominate financial news coming out of the oil
Cenovus announces job losses, dividend cuts
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 5 minutes ago
More cuts and losses continued to dominate financial news coming out of the oilsands on Thursday. Cenovus energy announced it was lowering capital spending to between $1.2 billion to $1.3 billion, cutting between $200 million and $300 million. First... Read more
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Brisbane Times
BlueScope upgrades profit forecast to $230mBlueScope Steel upgraded its earnings. Photo: Peter Braig Just months after se
BlueScope upgrades profit forecast to $230m
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
BlueScope Steel upgraded its earnings. Photo: Peter Braig Just months after securing a payroll tax holiday from the NSW government and sealing a deal to shed 500 workers, BlueScope Steel has upgraded its interim earnings expectations by $50 million... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The oil nations' grip on global banking stocksHere's another reason why bank stocks are getting hammered. Photo: AP When it
The oil nations' grip on global banking stocks
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Here's another reason why bank stocks are getting hammered. Photo: AP When it comes to the global selloff in bank stocks, there's plenty to blame: credit concern, earnings, negative interest rates, and souring market sentiment. Another theory:... Read more
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Brisbane Times
US oil falls to 12-year low amid rising stockpilesWest Texas Intermediate fell as much as 4.5 per cent after dropping 15 per cent
US oil falls to 12-year low amid rising stockpiles
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
West Texas Intermediate fell as much as 4.5 per cent after dropping 15 per cent the previous five sessions. Photo: Bloomberg US oil fell to a 12-year low in midafternoon trade as stockpiles at the delivery point for New York futures expanded to a... Read more
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Breitbart
‘Rock Band 4’ Co-Publisher MadCatz Lays Off 37% of StaffA press release confirmed the immediate replacement of President and CEO Darren
‘Rock Band 4’ Co-Publisher MadCatz Lays Off 37% of Staff
Breitbart / Posted 7 minutes ago
A press release confirmed the immediate replacement of President and CEO Darren Richardson, Senior Vice President of Business Affairs Whitney Peterson, and chairmember Thomas Brown; all three top executives resigned on Monday. In a statement, Karen... Read more
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MumBRELLA
Big brands enjoy million dollar deals with small agencies as adland abandons monogamy Thousands of small agencies are flying under the industry radar as big brands
Big brands enjoy million dollar deals with small agencies as adland abandons monogamy
MumBRELLA / Posted 7 minutes ago
Thousands of small agencies are flying under the industry radar as big brands enjoy ‘affairs’ worth tens of millions of dollars with small operators while... Read more
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TheStreet.com
European Stocks Should Be Bought Here European stocks are selling off and the Eurozone’s biggest banks are seeing s
European Stocks Should Be Bought Here
TheStreet.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
European stocks are selling off and the Eurozone’s biggest banks are seeing some choppy trading, but economic fundamentals in the region are solid and European stocks will soon turn around, said Scott Colyer,... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Pandora Jumps on Deal Reports; Stocks Half LossesClosing Bell: It was another extremely volatile session with the Dow tanking
Pandora Jumps on Deal Reports; Stocks Half Losses
TheStreet.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
Closing Bell: It was another extremely volatile session with the Dow tanking more than 400 points at its worst on Thursday. Benchmark indexes did recover from the day's lows, though closed in the... Read more
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The News & Observer
Survey measures lobbyists’ presence in N.C. | News & Observer February 11, 2016 5:57 PM An analysis of lobbying in sta
Survey measures lobbyists’ presence in N.C.
The News & Observer / Posted 8 minutes ago
| News & Observer February 11, 2016 5:57 PM An analysis of lobbying in statehouses across the country shows the liberal N.C. Justice Center is among the top... Read more
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TheStreet.com
European Stocks Poised for TurnaroundEuropean stocks are selling off and the Eurozone's biggest banks are seeing som
European Stocks Poised for Turnaround
TheStreet.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
European stocks are selling off and the Eurozone's biggest banks are seeing some choppy trading, but economic fundamentals in the region are solid and European stocks will soon turn around, said Scott Colyer, CEO of Advisors Asset... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Under pressure from Icahn, AIG hikes dividend despite earnings lagAlong with the quarterly payout of 32 cents a share, the New York-based company
Under pressure from Icahn, AIG hikes dividend despite earnings lag
TheStreet.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
Along with the quarterly payout of 32 cents a share, the New York-based company approved $5 billion in share buybacks, on top of $2.5 billion so far this year. The company's stock rose about 1% to $51 in after-hours trading in New York. "These... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Market Bottom May Be Closer Than It AppearsThe current market maelstrom could be nearing an end with investor capitulation
Market Bottom May Be Closer Than It Appears
TheStreet.com / Posted 8 minutes ago
The current market maelstrom could be nearing an end with investor capitulation close at hand, said Ronald Sanchez, chief investment officer of Fiduciary Trust Co. International. "It's always hard to say where the bottom is, but I do think we are... Read more
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