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The Scientist
The Binding Site & Rockland Immunochemicals Enter into Distribution AgreementUK based specialist diagnostic manufacturer, The Binding Site Group Ltd, is ple
The Binding Site & Rockland Immunochemicals Enter into Distribution Agreement
The Scientist / Posted a minute ago
UK based specialist diagnostic manufacturer, The Binding Site Group Ltd, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an exclusive, definitive agreement with Rockland Immunochemicals, Inc., of Limerick, PA, to grant Rockland global distribution... Read more
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Western Advocate
CommSec analysis reveals NSW economy retains top spot but Victoria closing inNSW has held on to its prized position as Australia's best performing economy b
CommSec analysis reveals NSW economy retains top spot but Victoria closing in
Western Advocate / Posted a minute ago
NSW has held on to its prized position as Australia's best performing economy but Victoria is edging closer as it benefits from strong population growth. NSW might have held on to its prized position as Australia's best performing economy despite... Read more
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Island Packet
Cleco customers to get $475 bill credit starting in JulyCleco customers will get a one-time $475 credit on their energy bills starting
Cleco customers to get $475 bill credit starting in July
Island Packet / Posted 2 minutes ago
Cleco customers will get a one-time $475 credit on their energy bills starting in July as part of the electric utility's sale. The credit will cover several months of free electricity for the average customer. An investor group led by New... Read more
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Island Packet
Tax receipts on farm machinery fall in agriculture slowdownSouth Dakota's sales tax collections on farm equipment have fallen from record
Tax receipts on farm machinery fall in agriculture slowdown
Island Packet / Posted 2 minutes ago
South Dakota's sales tax collections on farm equipment have fallen from record highs as profits in the agriculture sector decline, a slide that's led farmers to tighten budgets and to sales slumps for machinery dealers. The U.S. Agriculture... Read more
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KTVB Boise
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businessesSince 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the Uni
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businesses
KTVB Boise / Posted 2 minutes ago
Since 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the United States as a time to celebrate entrepreneurs. To mark the start of this year’s Small Business Week, small-business owner and USA TODAY contributor Rhonda Abrams sat... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businessesSince 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the Uni
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businesses
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 2 minutes ago
Since 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the United States as a time to celebrate entrepreneurs. To mark the start of this year’s Small Business Week, small-business owner and USA TODAY contributor Rhonda Abrams sat... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The simple reason why 'sell in May' is terrible advice (SPY, SPX)May is here. Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab, l
The simple reason why 'sell in May' is terrible advice (SPY, SPX)
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 minutes ago
May is here. Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab, laid out the data underlying this saying in a post earlier this week: for the last half century, nearly all of the S&P 500's gains have happened between October and... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businessesSince 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the Uni
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businesses
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 4 minutes ago
Since 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the United States as a time to celebrate entrepreneurs. To mark the start of this year’s Small Business Week, small-business owner and USA TODAY contributor Rhonda Abrams sat... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Manitoba, Saskatchewan must say ‘yes’ to investmentMark Milke is a Calgary author. The Manitoba and Saskatchewan elections should
Manitoba, Saskatchewan must say ‘yes’ to investment
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 minutes ago
Mark Milke is a Calgary author. The Manitoba and Saskatchewan elections should give succour to those who thought the potential for prosperity-loving, employment-creating, poverty-reducing policy was as dead in Canada as a prairie gopher in the... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businessesSince 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the Uni
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businesses
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 4 minutes ago
Since 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the United States as a time to celebrate entrepreneurs. To mark the start of this year’s Small Business Week, small-business owner and USA TODAY contributor Rhonda Abrams sat... Read more
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
Expert: Iowa is Better Prepared for ‘Worst animal health emergencies in national history’More than 30 million chickens and turkeys had to be destroyed due to the avian
Expert: Iowa is Better Prepared for ‘Worst animal health emergencies in national history’
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 4 minutes ago
More than 30 million chickens and turkeys had to be destroyed due to the avian flu last year. For the most part, the avian flu has disappeared. Bird production is back up and egg prices are back down. Katie Nola is the Director of Consumer Affairs... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businessesSince 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the Uni
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businesses
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 5 minutes ago
Since 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the United States as a time to celebrate entrepreneurs. To mark the start of this year’s Small Business Week, small-business owner and USA TODAY contributor Rhonda Abrams sat... Read more
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JTA
K-tel founder Philip Kives, farm boy who pioneered the infomercial, dies at 87NEW YORK (JTA) — Philip Kives, a Canadian marketing prodigy whose company K-tel
K-tel founder Philip Kives, farm boy who pioneered the infomercial, dies at 87
JTA / Posted 5 minutes ago
NEW YORK (JTA) — Philip Kives, a Canadian marketing prodigy whose company K-tel International pioneered the business of “as-seen-on-TV” infomercials, died April 27 at age 87. The son of Eastern European immigrants who settled in a Jewish... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businessesSince 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the Uni
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businesses
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 5 minutes ago
Since 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the United States as a time to celebrate entrepreneurs. To mark the start of this year’s Small Business Week, small-business owner and USA TODAY contributor Rhonda Abrams sat... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businessesSince 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the Uni
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businesses
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 6 minutes ago
Since 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the United States as a time to celebrate entrepreneurs. To mark the start of this year’s Small Business Week, small-business owner and USA TODAY contributor Rhonda Abrams sat... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Tourism Sector Pushes for Vat ReductionThe Zimbabwe Council for Tourism (ZCT) has warned that if the current value add
Tourism Sector Pushes for Vat Reduction
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 minutes ago
The Zimbabwe Council for Tourism (ZCT) has warned that if the current value added tax (VAT) on foreign accommodation was not reviewed, tourist arrivals would decline by 75%, costing the economy over $100 million per annum. Last year, government... Read more
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The Mercury News
Silicon Valley's most secretive startup is scooping up Palo Alto officesPALO ALTO -- Silicon Valley's most secretive startup is quietly taking over dow
Silicon Valley's most secretive startup is scooping up Palo Alto offices
The Mercury News / Posted 15 minutes ago
PALO ALTO -- Silicon Valley's most secretive startup is quietly taking over downtown Palo Alto. While tech giants such as Apple and Uber make a public show of opening new Bay Area headquarters, Palantir Technologies -- a software company known for... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businessesSince 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the Uni
SBA chief urges respect, support for small businesses
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 20 minutes ago
Since 1963, the first week of May has been designed by the president of the United States as a time to celebrate entrepreneurs. To mark the start of this year’s Small Business Week, small-business owner and USA TODAY contributor Rhonda Abrams sat... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Majority still see RBA on hold despite deflationLast week's surprisingly low first-quarter inflation release has fuelled specul
Majority still see RBA on hold despite deflation
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
Last week's surprisingly low first-quarter inflation release has fuelled speculation that the Reserve Bank of Australia will this week cut the cash rate for the first time in a year. The chance of an interest rate cut on May 3 rose after the latest... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Judge: VW owners can pick buybacks, fixes in emissions dealCheck Out Our Best Services for Investors Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer and Dir
Judge: VW owners can pick buybacks, fixes in emissions deal
TheStreet.com / Posted 23 minutes ago
Check Out Our Best Services for Investors Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer and Director of Research Jack Mohr reveal their investment tactics while giving advanced notice before every trade.Product Features: Access the tool that DOMINATES the Russell... Read more
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TheStreet.com
What to Watch in Europe This Week: Economic Forecasts, HSBC EarningsOn Tuesday, the European Commission's spring economic forecasts for the EU and
What to Watch in Europe This Week: Economic Forecasts, HSBC Earnings
TheStreet.com / Posted 23 minutes ago
On Tuesday, the European Commission's spring economic forecasts for the EU and eurozone will be released. "We will see how optimistic the European Commission is in its spring forecast," said Antonia Oprita, a senior editor and columnist with Real... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
DOF expects higher April inflation rate The country’s inflation rate may have slightly increased in April but remaine
DOF expects higher April inflation rate
Manila Bulletin / Posted 24 minutes ago
The country’s inflation rate may have slightly increased in April but remained manageable amid comparatively lower electricity, fuel prices and moderate food price increase, a ranking finance official... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Continuity in CARS Program urged CARS Program participant Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. (MMPC), which wi
Continuity in CARS Program urged
Manila Bulletin / Posted 24 minutes ago
CARS Program participant Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corp. (MMPC), which will kick off production of its entry model in the first quarter next year, said they are hoping the new government will continue the... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
BSP reminds public to regularly check accounts The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), which had barred hackers from penetrat
BSP reminds public to regularly check accounts
Manila Bulletin / Posted 24 minutes ago
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), which had barred hackers from penetrating its security systems just days before, issued a reminder to all financial consumers to regularly monitor bank accounts as... Read more
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The Age
Majority still see RBA on hold despite deflationThe chance of an interest rate cut on May 3 rose after the latest inflation fig
Majority still see RBA on hold despite deflation
The Age / Posted 24 minutes ago
The chance of an interest rate cut on May 3 rose after the latest inflation figures were released on Wednesday. Last week's surprisingly low first-quarter inflation release has fuelled speculation that the Reserve Bank of Australia will this week... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Head of Deloitte Real Estate moves to Select Property GroupMichele Steel, head of Deloitte Real Estate in the north west has joined Select
Head of Deloitte Real Estate moves to Select Property Group
Manchester Evening News / Posted 25 minutes ago
Michele Steel, head of Deloitte Real Estate in the north west has joined Select Property Group as director of strategic planning. With 16 years of real estate experience, Michele will oversee the planning stages of the entire Select portfolio, which... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Majority still see RBA on hold despite deflationThe chance of an interest rate cut on May 3 rose after the latest inflation fig
Majority still see RBA on hold despite deflation
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 minutes ago
The chance of an interest rate cut on May 3 rose after the latest inflation figures were released on Wednesday. Last week's surprisingly low first-quarter inflation release has fuelled speculation that the Reserve Bank of Australia will this week... Read more
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Business Insider
China is carrying $1 trillion in bad debt and 'unless this vicious cycle is broken, financial crisis or at least a sharp slowdown is an inevitable ultimate outcome'The China debt problem is simple, at least in concept. To grow its economy, the
China is carrying $1 trillion in bad debt and 'unless this vicious cycle is broken, financial crisis or at least a sharp slowdown is an inevitable ultimate outcome'
Business Insider / Posted 26 minutes ago
The China debt problem is simple, at least in concept. To grow its economy, the Chinese government and its central bank have extended credit generously to all sorts of Chinese companies. Many of those are "state owned enterprises," which are often... Read more
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FOX Business
Realty Income Corporation vs. Kimco Realty CorporationReal estate investment trusts (REITs) can be an excellent way to get a steady s
Realty Income Corporation vs. Kimco Realty Corporation
FOX Business / Posted 29 minutes ago
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) can be an excellent way to get a steady stream of income while still allowing your portfolio the opportunity to grow. And retail REITs can be some of the best long-term investments in the segment. With that in... Read more
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FOX Business
Mortgage Rates Are Plummeting and Here's Why You Should Care as an InvestorOver the past month, mortgage rates have plunged dramatically lower, reaching l
Mortgage Rates Are Plummeting and Here's Why You Should Care as an Investor
FOX Business / Posted 29 minutes ago
Over the past month, mortgage rates have plunged dramatically lower, reaching levels not seen since Nov. 22, 2012, when the conventional 30-year fixed rate hit an all-time low of 3.31%. For homebuyers and refinancers, this is a welcome change.... Read more
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