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The Manila Times
Thousands of Indonesian workers protest tax amnestyJAKARTA: Thousands of workers rallied Thursday in the Indonesian capital Jakart
Thousands of Indonesian workers protest tax amnesty
The Manila Times / Posted a minute ago
JAKARTA: Thousands of workers rallied Thursday in the Indonesian capital Jakarta against a controversial government scheme to raise revenues that, critics claim, has allowed wealthy tycoons to avoid paying tax. The tax amnesty program began in July,... Read more
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Profit Confidential
Twitter Stock: Will This Spark a Bidding War for Twitter Inc?Twitter Stock Could Double by the Time This Bidding War Is Over Twitter Inc (N
Twitter Stock: Will This Spark a Bidding War for Twitter Inc?
Profit Confidential / Posted 2 minutes ago
Twitter Stock Could Double by the Time This Bidding War Is Over Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) is up for grabs. Twitter stock is enjoying a major rally as the number of suitors keeps growing. It’s been a long slide for Twitter stock since it reached a peak... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
R2 billion developments will transform Cape Town CBDThey include the construction of Zero2ONE which‚ at 148m‚ will be the tallest b
R2 billion developments will transform Cape Town CBD
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
They include the construction of Zero2ONE which‚ at 148m‚ will be the tallest building in the city. According to the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID)‚ five of the 12 developments have gone into the planning phase and seven... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
London's steep rents not Airbnb's fault, company boss saysThe European head of Airbnb has hit back at claims that the home rental service
London's steep rents not Airbnb's fault, company boss says
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 7 minutes ago
The European head of Airbnb has hit back at claims that the home rental service is driving up property prices and helping exacerbate London's housing crisis. Olivier Gremillon, the managing director (Europe, Middle East and Africa) at Airbnb, told... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Your Sales Training Won't Stick Until You Modify Your BehaviorBack in the '70s, IBM was the gold standard of sales training. They would put
Your Sales Training Won't Stick Until You Modify Your Behavior
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 minutes ago
Back in the '70s, IBM was the gold standard of sales training. They would put their salespeople through a program that lasted up to six months and relied heavily on high-intensity role plays and simulations. While brutal for the students, the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Making the Sale Requires Making Nice-to-Have Into Got-to-HaveI work with a lot of different companies, and one of the most common complaints
Making the Sale Requires Making Nice-to-Have Into Got-to-Have
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 minutes ago
I work with a lot of different companies, and one of the most common complaints I hear is that offerings are viewed as commodities, which often leads sellers to presume it’s all about price. Despite this, in nearly all buyer surveys you see in large... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
London's steep rents not Airbnb's fault, company boss saysThe European head of Airbnb has hit back at claims that the home rental service
London's steep rents not Airbnb's fault, company boss says
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 minutes ago
The European head of Airbnb has hit back at claims that the home rental service is driving up property prices and helping exacerbate London's housing crisis. Olivier Gremillon, the managing director (Europe, Middle East and Africa) at Airbnb, told... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Firms urged to go globalLOCAL firms are urged to go international at a government-backed roadshow next
Firms urged to go global
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 9 minutes ago
LOCAL firms are urged to go international at a government-backed roadshow next week. The event at the Kassam stadium on October 6 is part of a Kick Start Your Export Success tour run by the Department for International Trade. It aims to give... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
London's steep rents not Airbnb's fault, company boss saysThe European head of Airbnb has hit back at claims that the home rental service
London's steep rents not Airbnb's fault, company boss says
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 10 minutes ago
The European head of Airbnb has hit back at claims that the home rental service is driving up property prices and helping exacerbate London's housing crisis. Olivier Gremillon, the managing director (Europe, Middle East and Africa) at Airbnb, told... Read more
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International Business Times
China's 400,000-strong hacking community is costing the nation an estimated $15bn a yearChina has become one of the prime targets for hackers, thanks to limited availa
China's 400,000-strong hacking community is costing the nation an estimated $15bn a year
International Business Times / Posted 10 minutes ago
China has become one of the prime targets for hackers, thanks to limited availability of encryption and security resources. The most common perception of Chinese hackers is that of state-backed operatives targeting foreign governments, which in some... Read more
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International Business Times
Ubisoft 'ready for the fight' as Vivendi takeover attempt reaches critical pointVivendi's efforts to seize control of French gaming giant Ubisoft will likely c
Ubisoft 'ready for the fight' as Vivendi takeover attempt reaches critical point
International Business Times / Posted 10 minutes ago
Vivendi's efforts to seize control of French gaming giant Ubisoft will likely come to a head today (29 September) as the company's shareholders gather for an annual meeting during which two new board members will be elected. According to the Wall... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Germany's second largest bank slashes 7,300 jobsGermany's second largest bank says it will slash thousands of jobs and stop pay
Germany's second largest bank slashes 7,300 jobs
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 11 minutes ago
Germany's second largest bank says it will slash thousands of jobs and stop paying a dividend amid a broad restructuring of its business. Commerzbank announced Thursday that total job cuts will reach 7,300 as it cuts back on investment banking... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
Expert Panel Warns Tokyo Olympics Cost Could Top $30 BillionThe estimated 3 trillion yen is more than a four-fold increase from the initial
Expert Panel Warns Tokyo Olympics Cost Could Top $30 Billion
NBC Connecticut / Posted 11 minutes ago
The estimated 3 trillion yen is more than a four-fold increase from the initial estimate at the time of Tokyo's successful bid for the games in 2013 By Mari Yamaguchi Performers dance... Read more
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IAfrica South African Business News
Iran yet to decide on OPEC limitsThe logo of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is seen at
Iran yet to decide on OPEC limits
IAfrica South African Business News / Posted 12 minutes ago
The logo of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is seen at its headquarters building in Vienna. Credit: AFP Iran has yet to take any decision on whether to set a ceiling on oil production or take part in a planned OPEC meeting... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Majority of SMRT shareholders vote in favour of selling train assets to GovernmentSINGAPORE: A total of 98.84 per cent of public transport operator SMRT's shareh
Majority of SMRT shareholders vote in favour of selling train assets to Government
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 minutes ago
SINGAPORE: A total of 98.84 per cent of public transport operator SMRT's shareholders voted in favour of selling the company's operating assets to the Government on Thursday (Sep 29). The vote was held at an extraordinary general meeting called by... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Commerzbank says to cut 9,600 jobs by 2020 in restructuringFRANKFURT: Germany's second largest lender Commerzbank said on Thursday (Sep 29
Commerzbank says to cut 9,600 jobs by 2020 in restructuring
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 minutes ago
FRANKFURT: Germany's second largest lender Commerzbank said on Thursday (Sep 29) it plans to cut 9,600 jobs by 2020 and withhold dividends to pay for a €1.1 billion (US$1.23 billion) restructuring. The Frankfurt-based firm added that the plan, still... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bank Of England Governor Warns Of ZIRP/QE "In Perpetuity"Just yesterday we wrote about how central banks are "running out of road" to be
Bank Of England Governor Warns Of ZIRP/QE "In Perpetuity"
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 minutes ago
Just yesterday we wrote about how central banks are "running out of road" to be able to provide any meaningful incremental "stimulus" to the economy (see "Bridgewater Calculates How Much Time Central Banks Have Left"). As Bridgewater's Ray Dalio... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Efficiency dividend a blunt instrument harming museums, Powerhouse inquiry toldConstant budget cuts, known as efficiency dividends, are wrecking galleries and
Efficiency dividend a blunt instrument harming museums, Powerhouse inquiry told
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 minutes ago
Constant budget cuts, known as efficiency dividends, are wrecking galleries and museums, according to the directors of Australia's major cultural institutions. Job cuts. Programs slashed. Closed exhibition spaces. Declining visitor numbers. The... Read more
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Fortune
The Fed Has a Big Question: Is The Economy Overheating or Stuck in a Rut?Investors may be expecting a U.S. interest rate increase in December, but Feder
The Fed Has a Big Question: Is The Economy Overheating or Stuck in a Rut?
Fortune / Posted 14 minutes ago
Investors may be expecting a U.S. interest rate increase in December, but Federal Reserve policymakers remain divided over whether the economy is mired in a rut, strong enough to withstand an immediate hike or hovering somewhere in between. Speaking... Read more
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Fortune
Goldman Sachs Says the New OPEC Deal Could Raise Oil Prices by $10Goldman Sachs said the deal reached by OPEC crude producers on Wednesday to cur
Goldman Sachs Says the New OPEC Deal Could Raise Oil Prices by $10
Fortune / Posted 14 minutes ago
Goldman Sachs said the deal reached by OPEC crude producers on Wednesday to curb output should add $7 to $10 to oil prices in the first half of next year. Members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) agreed on Wednesday to... Read more
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Fortune
The World's Largest Insulin Maker Is Cutting 1,000 JobsThe world’s largest insulin maker, Novo Nordisk, is cutting 1,000 jobs as a par
The World's Largest Insulin Maker Is Cutting 1,000 Jobs
Fortune / Posted 14 minutes ago
The world’s largest insulin maker, Novo Nordisk, is cutting 1,000 jobs as a part of a plan to reduce costs as it faces a challenging environment in 2017, especially in the large U.S. market, the company said on Thursday. The Danish company, which... Read more
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News 8000
Germany's second largest bank slashes 7,300 jobsGermany's second largest bank says it will slash thousands of jobs and stop pay
Germany's second largest bank slashes 7,300 jobs
News 8000 / Posted 14 minutes ago
Germany's second largest bank says it will slash thousands of jobs and stop paying a dividend amid a broad restructuring of its business. Commerzbank announced Thursday that total job cuts will reach 7,300 as it cuts back on investment banking... Read more
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USA Today
Is Trump right about 'big, fat, ugly bubble'?Bubble talk is bubbling up on the presidential campaign trail. Nobody on Wall
Is Trump right about 'big, fat, ugly bubble'?
USA Today / Posted 14 minutes ago
Bubble talk is bubbling up on the presidential campaign trail. Nobody on Wall Street disputes that the stock market is pricey by historic standards. But are stocks — juiced by the Federal Reserve’s low interest rate policy — in a “big, fat, ugly... Read more
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The Young Witness
Efficiency dividend a blunt instrument harming museums, Powerhouse inquiry toldConstant budget cuts, known as efficiency dividends, are wrecking galleries and
Efficiency dividend a blunt instrument harming museums, Powerhouse inquiry told
The Young Witness / Posted 14 minutes ago
Constant budget cuts, known as efficiency dividends, are wrecking galleries and museums, according to the directors of Australia's major cultural institutions. Job cuts. Programs slashed. Closed exhibition spaces. Declining visitor numbers. The... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Newham tops London’s homelessness and temporary accommodation chart 10:15 29 September 2016 More households are living in temporary accommodatio
Newham tops London’s homelessness and temporary accommodation chart
Newham Recorder / Posted 15 minutes ago
10:15 29 September 2016 More households are living in temporary accommodation in Newham than anywhere else in London Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA More people are living in temporary... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Businesses warned to expect cyber attacks as risk increasesBusinesses need to do more to protect themselves from cyber attacks with many f
Businesses warned to expect cyber attacks as risk increases
Wakefield Today / Posted 17 minutes ago
Businesses need to do more to protect themselves from cyber attacks with many firms unaware of the illegal access that hackers are obtaining to their servers, it has been claimed. Speaking at a cyber security event this week, Adam Beaumont, chief... Read more
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Inquirier.net
PSE oks Pilipinas Shell’s P30B IPOTHE PHILIPPINE Stock Exchange has approved a plan by the local unit of century-
PSE oks Pilipinas Shell’s P30B IPO
Inquirier.net / Posted 17 minutes ago
THE PHILIPPINE Stock Exchange has approved a plan by the local unit of century-old Royal Dutch Shell to sell as much as P29.7 billion worth of shares via an initial public offering in October. The initial public offering of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum... Read more
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Inquirier.net
PH not ‘breaking away from’ US amid Duterte remarks—YasayForeign Affairs Perfecto Yasay Jr. AFP FILE PHOTO HANOI, Vietnam—Foreign Affai
PH not ‘breaking away from’ US amid Duterte remarks—Yasay
Inquirier.net / Posted 17 minutes ago
Foreign Affairs Perfecto Yasay Jr. AFP FILE PHOTO HANOI, Vietnam—Foreign Affairs Perfecto Yasay Jr. said the presidential pronouncement to end military drills with the United States does not mean the Philippines is breaking away from its American... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
PH, Mexico in talks for Joint Economic Cooperation The Philippines and Mexico aim to establish Joint Economic Cooperation (JEC)
PH, Mexico in talks for Joint Economic Cooperation
Manila Bulletin / Posted 18 minutes ago
The Philippines and Mexico aim to establish Joint Economic Cooperation (JEC) that will enhance trade and investment ties between the two countries. In a statement on Thursday, the Department of... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
London's steep rents not Airbnb's fault, company boss saysThe European head of Airbnb has hit back at claims that the home rental service
London's steep rents not Airbnb's fault, company boss says
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 19 minutes ago
The European head of Airbnb has hit back at claims that the home rental service is driving up property prices and helping exacerbate London's housing crisis. Olivier Gremillon, the managing director (Europe, Middle East and Africa) at Airbnb, told... Read more
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