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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nuts overtake grapes as Mallee's top cropNut orchards overtake grapes as the Mallee's dominant crop Nut orchards have s
Nuts overtake grapes as Mallee's top crop
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted moments ago
Nut orchards overtake grapes as the Mallee's dominant crop Nut orchards have surpassed grapevines as the dominant horticultural crop in the Victorian Mallee in terms of land-use. The Mallee is one of Australia's key horticultural areas and while... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bootu Creek manganese mine contractors to receive partial debt payout, with former employee entitlements already met The creditors of a manganese m
Bootu Creek manganese mine contractors to receive partial debt payout
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted moments ago
, with former employee entitlements already met The creditors of a manganese mine in the Northern Territory will receive just part of what is owed to them, according to the... Read more
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dna
Markets cautious ahead of Janet Yellen's Jackson Hole speechCaution ahead of a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen at the annual g
Markets cautious ahead of Janet Yellen's Jackson Hole speech
dna / Posted a minute ago
Caution ahead of a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen at the annual gathering of the central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, limited movements across global markets on Friday. Asian stocks tracked an overnight dip on Wall Street and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
For Star Entertainment Group, sometimes the house doesn't win enoughThe iron-clad rule of gambling is that the house always wins. But for Star Ente
For Star Entertainment Group, sometimes the house doesn't win enough
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
The iron-clad rule of gambling is that the house always wins. But for Star Entertainment Group, sometimes the house doesn't win enough. Its win rate historically averages 1.35 per cent on its international VIP business, with anything better than 1... Read more
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News.com.au
NBN to reduce HFC footprint, increase FTTN connectionsThe NBN has included some telling changes in the company’s latest corporate pla
NBN to reduce HFC footprint, increase FTTN connections
News.com.au / Posted 9 minutes ago
The NBN has included some telling changes in the company’s latest corporate plan. THE maximum cost of Australia’s national broadband network has been revised down by $2 billion to $54 billion. The top end of the peak funding range has been adjusted... Read more
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CBS Denver
Bennet Tours Colorado River ImprovementsEAGLE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Sen. Michael Bennet toured the Colorado River on Th
Bennet Tours Colorado River Improvements
CBS Denver / Posted 9 minutes ago
EAGLE COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Sen. Michael Bennet toured the Colorado River on Thursday to get a closer look at the improvements along the banks. He also said the projects show the importance of public lands in Colorado. The improvements along the... Read more
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Business Wire
At HKTDC FOOD EXPO, Korea Pavilion Drawing Global Buyers' Attention with the Excellent ProductsSEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--From August 11 to 13, Ministry of Agricult
At HKTDC FOOD EXPO, Korea Pavilion Drawing Global Buyers' Attention with the Excellent Products
Business Wire / Posted 9 minutes ago
SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--From August 11 to 13, Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs and aT Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corp participated in 2016 HKTDC Food Expo in Hong Kong to promote Korean food products and increase the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Entrepreneur of the Year: It takes two to win the digital raceKiwi companies can benefit by getting behind newcomers, writes Rob Webb Early-
Entrepreneur of the Year: It takes two to win the digital race
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
Kiwi companies can benefit by getting behind newcomers, writes Rob Webb Early-stage digital businesses are trying hard, but established corporates need to pull their weight too. Photo / AP New Zealand has a great platform for leaping on to the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Secrets of the rich and smartThe way most Americans build wealth is no secret: Save, invest, repeat. How ave
Secrets of the rich and smart
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 minutes ago
The way most Americans build wealth is no secret: Save, invest, repeat. How average people keep their wealth, though, gets a lot less attention. It boils down to how they handle risk. It's hard to accumulate wealth without taking some risks, but... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Gold prices unchanged at B21,700The Gold Traders Association this morning announced the buying prices at 21,208
Gold prices unchanged at B21,700
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 10 minutes ago
The Gold Traders Association this morning announced the buying prices at 21,208.84 baht per baht-weight for gold ornaments and 21,600 baht per baht-weight for gold bar. The selling prices were set at 22,200 baht per baht-weight for gold ornaments,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
SET up 4.70 points at openingThai stocks opened up 0.30% at the start of trade this morning. The Stock Exch
SET up 4.70 points at opening
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 10 minutes ago
Thai stocks opened up 0.30% at the start of trade this morning. The Stock Exchange of Thailand's main index opened at 1,548.80 points, up 4.70 points from Thursday's close. The trade value was 1.86 billion baht, with 382 million shares traded. The... Read more
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Al.com
Ruby Tuesday closures, plastics expansion, M&M recall in AL.com business newsHere are the top stories in Alabama business for Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016: Comm
Ruby Tuesday closures, plastics expansion, M&M recall in AL.com business news
Al.com / Posted 13 minutes ago
Here are the top stories in Alabama business for Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016: Communities in nine U.S. states that have been hard-hit by coal layoffs are being promised more than 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal... Read more
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TheBull
Mayne Pharma flags 'very positive' yearMayne Pharma is predicting significant growth in the year ahead from its recent
Mayne Pharma flags 'very positive' year
TheBull / Posted 16 minutes ago
Mayne Pharma is predicting significant growth in the year ahead from its recent purchase of a suite of US generic drugs and is on the look out for more acquisitions. The pharmaceuticals maker more than quadrupled profit for the 12 months to June 30... Read more
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TheBull
Banks drag share market lowerFalls by the major banks are weighing on the share market as investors wade thr
Banks drag share market lower
TheBull / Posted 16 minutes ago
Falls by the major banks are weighing on the share market as investors wade through another busy day of company earnings reports. The S&P ASX/200 index was down 0.2 per cent at noon AEST, after making a slight recovery from early falls before once... Read more
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TheBull
CommSec Daily Report FridayAustralian shares are slightly softer for the second day as a choppy week for m
CommSec Daily Report Friday
TheBull / Posted 16 minutes ago
Australian shares are slightly softer for the second day as a choppy week for markets draws to a close. 26.08.2016 12:58 PM Australian shares are slightly softer for the second day as a choppy week for markets draws to a close. The ASX 200 index is... Read more
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The Economic Times
Your daily dose of market cues before the Opening BellNEW DELHI: The domestic equity indices are likely to see a cautious start on Fr
Your daily dose of market cues before the Opening Bell
The Economic Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: The domestic equity indices are likely to see a cautious start on Friday, tracking poor closing of US markets in overnight trade ahead of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's speech at Jackson Hole later in the day. On Thursday, Kansas City Fed... Read more
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The Economic Times
Japan July consumer prices post biggest annual fall in 3 yearsTOKYO: Japan's core consumer prices fell for a fifth straight month and marked
Japan July consumer prices post biggest annual fall in 3 years
The Economic Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
TOKYO: Japan's core consumer prices fell for a fifth straight month and marked the biggest annual drop in more than three years in July as more firms held back price hikes due to weak consumption, keeping the central bank under pressure to expand an... Read more
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The Economic Times
'BUY' or 'SELL' ideas from experts for Friday, 26 August 2016NEW DELHI: Indian market is expected to trade in a range with positive bias on
'BUY' or 'SELL' ideas from experts for Friday, 26 August 2016
The Economic Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Indian market is expected to trade in a range with positive bias on Friday following mixed trend seen in other Asian markets. ET Now spoke to various experts and here's what they have to recommend for today's trade:Shrikant Chouhan, Kotak... Read more
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The Economic Times
Twelve stocks in focus on Friday, 26 August 2016Here is a list of top fifteen stocks that are likely to be in focus today:SBI &
Twelve stocks in focus on Friday, 26 August 2016
The Economic Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
Here is a list of top fifteen stocks that are likely to be in focus today:SBI & ICICI Bank: The Reserve Bank of India on Thursday retained the tag of "too big to fail" banks for SBI and ICICI second year in a row. This means that the banking... Read more
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The Economic Times
Five market-moving macro triggers to watch todayRBI boost for corporate bonds : The much expected big-ticket regulatory push wa
Five market-moving macro triggers to watch today
The Economic Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
RBI boost for corporate bonds : The much expected big-ticket regulatory push was announced by the Reserve Bank of India days before Rajan retires as the RBI Governor. These measures are aimed at widening and deepening India's corporate bond market in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Uber not the reason for Cabcharge profit diveCaps on taxi payment service fees rather than increased competition from ride-s
Uber not the reason for Cabcharge profit dive
Sky News Australia / Posted 21 minutes ago
Caps on taxi payment service fees rather than increased competition from ride-sharing apps like Uber have hit Cabcharge's profits, the company says. The taxi network and payments system operator's full-year net profit has slumped 45 per cent to... Read more
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WA Today
VW to pay $1.6 billion to US dealers hurt by diesel emissions scandalNot that long ago, Volkswagen dealerships were among the hottest properties in
VW to pay $1.6 billion to US dealers hurt by diesel emissions scandal
WA Today / Posted 21 minutes ago
Not that long ago, Volkswagen dealerships were among the hottest properties in the retail auto business. The German brand was growing rapidly, and an ambitious goal of tripling sales in the United States to more than 800,000 cars a year seemed... Read more
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WA Today
Masters deal creates Australia's largest large-format landlordWoolworths' sale of its Masters stores will propel a consortium of wealthy priv
Masters deal creates Australia's largest large-format landlord
WA Today / Posted 21 minutes ago
Woolworths' sale of its Masters stores will propel a consortium of wealthy private families to become Australia's largest retail landlord, overtaking shopping giant Harvey Norman. The 61 Masters stores, estimated to cover about 700,000 square metres... Read more
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HITC Sport
US media tycoon John Malone leads race to buy F1Malone’s Liberty Media, which owns a collection of media, telecoms and entertai
US media tycoon John Malone leads race to buy F1
HITC Sport / Posted 23 minutes ago
Malone’s Liberty Media, which owns a collection of media, telecoms and entertainment assets, is in talks with the private equity group CVC about a deal for the Formula One parent company, Delta Topco. Other companies who have looked at a deal to buy... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
City of Columbia violated municipal bond obligationsThe City of Columbia was one of 71 municipal issuers in violation of municipal
City of Columbia violated municipal bond obligations
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 23 minutes ago
The City of Columbia was one of 71 municipal issuers in violation of municipal bond offerings. The actions were brought under the Municipalities Continuing Disclosure Cooperation Initiative, a voluntary self-reporting program targeting material... Read more
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Orange County Register
Angels at Tigers, Friday, 4 p.m.New $300 million Portola High School opens in Irvine to 400 freshmenPlane crash
Angels at Tigers, Friday, 4 p.m.
Orange County Register / Posted 24 minutes ago
New $300 million Portola High School opens in Irvine to 400 freshmenPlane crashes into hangar at Fullerton Airport, two aboard injuredCIA at Nixon Library releases declassified briefings given to president in the '70sMarinello beauty schools insurer... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Peoria Civic Center board passes its 2017 budget Thursday on the heels of another deficitPEORIA — The Civic Center Authority Board passed a budget for the 2017 fiscal y
Peoria Civic Center board passes its 2017 budget Thursday on the heels of another deficit
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 28 minutes ago
PEORIA — The Civic Center Authority Board passed a budget for the 2017 fiscal year Thursday with an eye toward reducing its deficit compared to last year. The unanimously passed 2017 budget included a projected operating loss of $436,000 — a... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Learn from one woman's customer service nightmareTAMPA BAY, Florida – Settling customer service disputes can be a frustrating –
Learn from one woman's customer service nightmare
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 28 minutes ago
TAMPA BAY, Florida – Settling customer service disputes can be a frustrating – and sometimes long – process. But one 10News WTSP viewer finally got relief at the end of a 15-month battle over a faulty late fee after she emailed... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Toshiba: Japan trunk bank sues it for US$120 million over accounting scandalTOKYO: Toshiba Corp said on Friday a Japanese trust bank was suing it for 12 bi
Toshiba: Japan trunk bank sues it for US$120 million over accounting scandal
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 31 minutes ago
TOKYO: Toshiba Corp said on Friday a Japanese trust bank was suing it for 12 billion yen (US$119 million) for losses stemming from the company's US$1.3 billion accounting scandal last year. Japan Trustee Services Bank had filed the suit with the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Bijan store on Rodeo Drive sells for a record $122 millionThe parent company of Louis Vuitton paid an eye-popping $122 million last month
Bijan store on Rodeo Drive sells for a record $122 million
Los Angeles Times / Posted 33 minutes ago
The parent company of Louis Vuitton paid an eye-popping $122 million last month for the Bijan store on Rodeo Drive, public records show. The sale to LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is the latest high-profile deal on the Beverly Hills shopping... Read more
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