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Times Leader
New fee on Luzerne County deeds opposedAdding another fee on Luzerne County real estate transactions would hurt people
Times Leader / Posted a minute ago
Adding another fee on Luzerne County real estate transactions would hurt people buying homes and refinancing, a representative of the county’s Association of Realtors Association told council members. A fee of up to $15 was suggested on deeds and... Read more
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Sky News Australia
James Shipton named as ASIC headThe new chairman of Australia's corporate watchdog will be looking to steer muc
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 minutes ago
The new chairman of Australia's corporate watchdog will be looking to steer much-needed culture change within the banking sector. The federal government on Tuesday announced James Shipton, a lawyer with expertise in financial market systems, would... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Housing costs impact Q3 inflation riseNew Zealand consumer prices were higher than expected in the third quarter as h
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 minutes ago
New Zealand consumer prices were higher than expected in the third quarter as housing-related costs continued to increase. The kiwi dollar rose above US72c for the first time since October 4 immediately before the release. The consumers price index... Read more
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WA Today
Telstra dividend cut 'tough' on shareholders, says chairman John MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
WA Today / Posted 3 minutes ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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Perth Now
Myer appoints fashion retail expertMyer has appointed a former managing director of Bulgari and other luxury fashi
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
Myer has appointed a former managing director of Bulgari and other luxury fashion brands to its board. Julie Ann Morrison will join the board as a non-executive director as part of a leadership overhaul in response to complaints from major... Read more
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WA Today
Treasury's John Fraser sees 'welcome signs of slowing' in house pricesTreasury secretary John Fraser has welcomed the cooling off in the country's bi
WA Today / Posted 3 minutes ago
Treasury secretary John Fraser has welcomed the cooling off in the country's biggest housing markets, saying there are early signs the curbs on riskier bank lending are doing their job. In an upbeat speech on the domestic and global economy, Mr... Read more
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Perth Now
Telstra dividend cut 'tough', says MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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Perth Now
Oil Search September quarter output up 9%Oil Search has lifted September quarter production to 7.91 million barrels of o
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
Oil Search has lifted September quarter production to 7.91 million barrels of oil equivalent, up nine per cent from the preceding three months after improved output at its PNG LNG project. Sales for its fiscal third quarter jumped 18 per cent to... Read more
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Perth Now
James Warburton appointed APN Outdoor CEOFormer V8 Supercars Australia boss James Warburton has been appointed chief exe
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
Former V8 Supercars Australia boss James Warburton has been appointed chief executive of APN Outdoor. Mr Warburton will take over in January, replacing former boss Richard Herring, who decided to retire at the end of September after 13 years in the... Read more
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Sky News Australia
ANZ sell off super and financial planningANZ will sell its superannuation and financial planning businesses to IOOF Hold
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 minutes ago
ANZ will sell its superannuation and financial planning businesses to IOOF Holdings for $975 million - and is still weighing what to do with life insurance. IOOF will pick up the OnePath pensions and investments business along with four aligned... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Foreign investors are selling stocks but buying bonds in emerging markets across AsiaPhoto by Buda Mendes/Getty Images Foreign investors continue to shun emerging
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 minutes ago
Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images Foreign investors continue to shun emerging market stocks in Asia, selling for a third consecutive month in September. According to ANZ, foreigners sold $US4.8 billion worth of stocks over the month, the largest... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Sigma Healthcare shares take offScott Olson/Getty Images Shares in Sigma Healthcare jumped after the pharmacy
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 minutes ago
Scott Olson/Getty Images Shares in Sigma Healthcare jumped after the pharmacy supplier announced a negotiated settlement with Chemist Warehouse over a wholesale supply agreement dispute. A short time ago, the shares were up 3.8% to $0.862. As a... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Hurricane aftermath: Here's how you can help Puerto RicoDays after Hurricanes Irma and Maria slammed into the island nation, Puerto Ric
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 7 minutes ago
Days after Hurricanes Irma and Maria slammed into the island nation, Puerto Rico, an American territory made up of 3.4 million people, is reeling and facing a growing humanitarian crisis. Irma initially knocked out electricity to 1.5 million people... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
City firms ready to pull Brexit trigger unless transition deal is agreedFinancial firms will pull the trigger on “irreversible” Brexit job relocations
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 7 minutes ago
Financial firms will pull the trigger on “irreversible” Brexit job relocations in the new year unless the Conservatives agree a transition deal imminently, a City lobby group has warned. TheCityUK said the value of a transitional deal is... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
City firms ready to pull Brexit trigger unless transition deal is agreedFinancial firms will pull the trigger on “irreversible” Brexit job relocations
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 minutes ago
Financial firms will pull the trigger on “irreversible” Brexit job relocations in the new year unless the Conservatives agree a transition deal imminently, a City lobby group has warned. TheCityUK said the value of a transitional deal is... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Erlanger Continues Phase Out Of ContinuCare With Sale of Home Health, Equipment DivisionsErlanger Health System is continuing the phase out of its money-losing ContinuC
The Chattanoogan / Posted 9 minutes ago
Erlanger Health System is continuing the phase out of its money-losing ContinuCare division, bringing in a national firm to run the home health and private duty nursing operations and selling its home medical equipment supply. Erlanger earlier sold... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
City firms ready to pull Brexit trigger unless transition deal is agreedFinancial firms will pull the trigger on “irreversible” Brexit job relocations
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 minutes ago
Financial firms will pull the trigger on “irreversible” Brexit job relocations in the new year unless the Conservatives agree a transition deal imminently, a City lobby group has warned. TheCityUK said the value of a transitional deal is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Telstra dividend cut 'tough' on shareholders, says chairman John MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 minutes ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
Renasant names consumer relationship officerRenasant Bank announced the recent appointment of Judd Skinner as consumer rela
Statesboro Herald / Posted 10 minutes ago
Renasant Bank announced the recent appointment of Judd Skinner as consumer relationship officer at the bank's Northside location in Statesboro. Skinner is from Bulloch County and began his banking career working for Wells Fargo for nearly four... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Telstra dividend cut 'tough', says MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 minutes ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Black Monday 2.0: The Next Machine-Driven MeltdownAuthord by Ben Levisohn via Barrons, In the rise of computer-driven trading, s
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 minutes ago
Authord by Ben Levisohn via Barrons, In the rise of computer-driven trading, some hear echoes of the stock market’s 1987 crash. Beware the feedback loop... Black Monday. Although the event to which those two words refer occurred 30 years ago, they... Read more
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The Age
Telstra dividend cut 'tough' on shareholders, says chairman John MullenTelstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all
The Age / Posted 13 minutes ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the end of Telstra's policy to pay almost all profits out as dividends was tough on shareholders but he expects the company to maintain or increase the total dividend over time as earnings grow. Telstra chief... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Turnbull government announces James Shipton as new ASIC chairmanGENERIC ASX . PIC SHOWS...ASX AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS TODAY . GENERIC ASX . STOCK
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 minutes ago
GENERIC ASX . PIC SHOWS...ASX AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS TODAY . GENERIC ASX . STOCK MARKET . FINANCE . MINING . ENERGY .BILLABONG . BHP .SHARE PRICE SPECIAL 107597 stockmarket PIC JIM RICE. JUNE 2 09 share prices / shares James Shipton, during the... Read more
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Fortune
Tesla Model 3 Production Problems Tied to SuppliersTesla’s Model 3 production problems stem from a small number of suppliers that
Fortune / Posted 14 minutes ago
Tesla’s Model 3 production problems stem from a small number of suppliers that have failed to deliver on time, according to Oppenheimer & Co. At least one of those suppliers has been fired, Oppenheimer & Co analysts wrote in a research note emailed... Read more
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Fortune
Anne Frank Halloween Costume Pulled From Stores After Drawing Ire OnlineSeveral online retailers removed an Anne Frank Halloween costume from their lis
Fortune / Posted 14 minutes ago
Several online retailers removed an Anne Frank Halloween costume from their listings Monday, forced to act after a chorus of criticism revealed the girl-sized outfit was available for sale on several websites. The outcry comes months after the... Read more
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Anime News Network
IG Port's Quarterly Report Shows Deficit Despite Increase in SalesThe company reported consolidated sales of 2.1 billion yen (about US$18.7 milli
Anime News Network / Posted 14 minutes ago
The company reported consolidated sales of 2.1 billion yen (about US$18.7 million), a 67.4% increase compared to the same period last year. However, the company reported an operating loss of 226 million yen (US$2.01 million), an ordinary loss of 198... Read more
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NZCity
Housing costs impact Q3 inflation riseNew Zealand consumer prices were higher than expected in the third quarter as h
NZCity / Posted 14 minutes ago
New Zealand consumer prices were higher than expected in the third quarter as housing-related costs continued to increase. The kiwi dollar rose above US72c for the first time since October 4 immediately before the release. The consumers price index... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
FTC and 11 states crack down on student loan scamsFederal and state officials have launched the first national crackdown on compa
Los Angeles Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
Federal and state officials have launched the first national crackdown on companies that they say gouge student loan borrowers, accusing the companies of taking more than $95 million in illegal fees in recent years and falsely promising debt... Read more
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WALB Albany
Minneapolis may sue HGTV host over unrenovated homeMINNEAPOLIS (WCCO/CNN) - The star of the popular HGTV show "Rehab Addict" appea
WALB Albany / Posted 16 minutes ago
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO/CNN) - The star of the popular HGTV show "Rehab Addict" appears to be quite unpopular in one neighborhood. Residents said she and her company, Detroit Renovations, have blown off a promise to restore a home, and that controversy... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Netflix sinking deeper into debt to fuel subscriber growthSAN FRANCISCO — Netflix is sinking deeper into debt in its relentless pursuit o
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 16 minutes ago
SAN FRANCISCO — Netflix is sinking deeper into debt in its relentless pursuit of more viewers, leaving the company little margin for error as it tries to build the world’s biggest video subscription service. The big burden that Netflix is... Read more
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