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The Hindu
Porsche launches new 911 model"This is the 8th generation of the 911 model and is 12 per cent more fuel effic
Porsche launches new 911 model
The Hindu / Posted a minute ago
"This is the 8th generation of the 911 model and is 12 per cent more fuel efficient over the previous generations" German luxury sports car maker Porsche on Wednesday launched a new version of its 911 model in India, priced between Rs. 1.42 crore... Read more
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International Business Times
Dixons Carphone posts 17% increase in profit before tax Dixons Carphone has reported a 17% rise in pre-tax profit at £447m (€541.18m, $
Dixons Carphone posts 17% increase in profit before tax
International Business Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
Dixons Carphone has reported a 17% rise in pre-tax profit at £447m (€541.18m, $598.92m) for the year ending 30 April. The London-based electrical and telecommunications company's group revenues for the financial year rose 5% from 2015 at £9.74bn on a... Read more
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International Business Times
Greene King profits up but warns a Brexit may hit consumers Pub operator Greene King warned the result of the 23 June EU referendum may lea
Greene King profits up but warns a Brexit may hit consumers
International Business Times / Posted 2 minutes ago
Pub operator Greene King warned the result of the 23 June EU referendum may lead to drinkers sinking fewer pints as consumer confidence takes a knock. Chief executive Rooney Anand said: "It is likely that consumer confidence will be affected by... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
The tech stocks whose dividend yields top sales growthJudging by their financial metrics, a group of large-cap technology companies o
The tech stocks whose dividend yields top sales growth
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 2 minutes ago
Judging by their financial metrics, a group of large-cap technology companies once thought of as drivers of a new, tech-based economy now look downright stodgy. Healthy dividends combined with weak or negative growth make them look more like plays... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Did Wall Street witness the Brexit bottom?Was that the Brexit bottom flashing its green light Tuesday on Wall Street? Th
Did Wall Street witness the Brexit bottom?
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 2 minutes ago
Was that the Brexit bottom flashing its green light Tuesday on Wall Street? The stock market’s two-day swoon of more than 5%, due to the shock of Britain’s vote to exit the European Union, was interrupted Tuesday by a slide-ending 1.8% surge —... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Global Stock Surge Continues As "Investors Look To Central Banks For Support"Now that a second UK referendum appears to be out of the question and as a resu
Global Stock Surge Continues As "Investors Look To Central Banks For Support"
Zero Hedge / Posted 4 minutes ago
Now that a second UK referendum appears to be out of the question and as a result there is no need to further punish UK risk assets in hopes of "changing people's minds", the risk on rally (especially with quarter end looming) can return, and so it... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Volkswagen owners say core business still strongSTUTTGART: Volkswagen's top shareholders said the group's core business is stil
Volkswagen owners say core business still strong
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 minutes ago
STUTTGART: Volkswagen's top shareholders said the group's core business is still robust, after the carmaker agreed a record US$15.3 billion settlement in its emissions-cheating scandal in the United States. "We are firmly convinced that Volkswagen... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Canada's CIBC to buy US-based PrivateBancorp in US$3.8 billion dealREUTERS: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce said it would buy Chicago-based Pri
Canada's CIBC to buy US-based PrivateBancorp in US$3.8 billion deal
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 minutes ago
REUTERS: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce said it would buy Chicago-based PrivateBancorp Inc in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about US$3.8 billion to expand its business. CIBC said on Wednesday it would pay US$47 per share for PrivateBancorp.... Read more
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The News and Star
Vodafone warns over future of UK headquarters after Brexit voteTelecoms giant Vodafone has warned it could move its headquarters out of the UK
Vodafone warns over future of UK headquarters after Brexit vote
The News and Star / Posted 6 minutes ago
Telecoms giant Vodafone has warned it could move its headquarters out of the UK following the Brexit vote. The group - one of the UK's largest companies - said its decision would depend on whether Britain's negotiations to quit the European Union... Read more
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USA Today
Score a 'Brexit discount' on these 13 stocksThe Brexit shock isn't just making traveling to London a bargain. Savvy investo
Score a 'Brexit discount' on these 13 stocks
USA Today / Posted 6 minutes ago
The Brexit shock isn't just making traveling to London a bargain. Savvy investors are looking for big discounts on stocks that were overly punished in the Brexit stock mayhem. There are 13 stocks in the Standard & Poor's 500, including cruise... Read more
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Fortune
You Won’t See Some Coca-Cola Products in This State for a WhileCoca-Cola said some products would be temporarily unavailable in Vermont stores
You Won’t See Some Coca-Cola Products in This State for a While
Fortune / Posted 6 minutes ago
Coca-Cola said some products would be temporarily unavailable in Vermont stores as the world’s largest beverage maker gears up for a GMO-labeling law going into effect on July 1. Vermont was the first U.S. state to pass a law requiring food... Read more
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USA Today
Ask Matt: Is it smooth sailing for Carnival?Q: Is it smooth sailing for Carnival? A: Carnival (CCL) shows that while cruis
Ask Matt: Is it smooth sailing for Carnival?
USA Today / Posted 6 minutes ago
Q: Is it smooth sailing for Carnival? A: Carnival (CCL) shows that while cruises are still a relatively small niche in the travel industry, they can be a fairly stable and predictable one. The cruiseline operator behind brands like Carnival Cruise... Read more
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USA Today
Did Wall Street witness the Brexit bottom?Was that the Brexit bottom flashing its green light Tuesday on Wall Street? Th
Did Wall Street witness the Brexit bottom?
USA Today / Posted 6 minutes ago
Was that the Brexit bottom flashing its green light Tuesday on Wall Street? The stock market’s two-day swoon of more than 5%, due to the shock of Britain’s vote to exit the European Union, was interrupted Tuesday by a slide-ending 1.8% surge —... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
The tech stocks whose dividend yields top sales growthJudging by their financial metrics, a group of large-cap technology companies o
The tech stocks whose dividend yields top sales growth
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 7 minutes ago
Judging by their financial metrics, a group of large-cap technology companies once thought of as drivers of a new, tech-based economy now look downright stodgy. Healthy dividends combined with weak or negative growth make them look more like plays... Read more
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express
Market volatility is down to 'stupidity' not Brexit claims Wetherspoons boss TIM MARTIN, the boss of the Wetherspoons pub chain, has said "gullible and st
Market volatility is down to 'stupidity' not Brexit claims Wetherspoons boss
express / Posted 8 minutes ago
TIM MARTIN, the boss of the Wetherspoons pub chain, has said "gullible and stupid" financial bosses are to blame for poor financial performance since Brexit. Mr Martin,... Read more
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express
FTSE 100 SOARS to WIPE OUT Brexit drop in less than a week as confidence grows BRITAIN'S top stock market has continued to soar today to completely erase la
FTSE 100 SOARS to WIPE OUT Brexit drop in less than a week as confidence grows
express / Posted 8 minutes ago
BRITAIN'S top stock market has continued to soar today to completely erase last Friday's shock drop, sparked by the vote to leave the European Union (EU). The FTSE 100... Read more
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Shropshire Star
It’s time to get grip on services « Shropshire StarFor many, the uncontrolled flow of migrants from the EU to Britain was the clin
It’s time to get grip on services « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
For many, the uncontrolled flow of migrants from the EU to Britain was the clincher. People wanted to take back control of national borders to prevent unfettered access to the UK. Quite apart from people’s desire not to be part of a European super... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
PH among 19 countries that increased defense budget The Philippines has been classified along with 19 countries in the Asia Pacif
PH among 19 countries that increased defense budget
Manila Bulletin / Posted 10 minutes ago
The Philippines has been classified along with 19 countries in the Asia Pacific region for driving the global increase in budget for defense research, development and acquisition, according to a... Read more
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The Star
TNB to give RM758.03mil rebate to consumersThe ICPT mechanism allows Tenaga Nasional to reflect changes in fuel and genera
TNB to give RM758.03mil rebate to consumers
The Star / Posted 10 minutes ago
The ICPT mechanism allows Tenaga Nasional to reflect changes in fuel and generation costs in consumers’ electricity tariff every six months. KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) will give a RM758.03mil rebate to consumers with monthly consumption... Read more
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The Star
Mild window dressing sees KLCI closing up 8ptsKUALA LUMPUR: Mild fund buying of Tenaga Nasional, Public Bank and MISC saw the
Mild window dressing sees KLCI closing up 8pts
The Star / Posted 11 minutes ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Mild fund buying of Tenaga Nasional, Public Bank and MISC saw the FBM KLCI gaining more than eight points on Wednesday as sentiment perked up on window dressing in line with key Asian markets. At 5pm, the KLCI was up 8.17 points or... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish whiskey sales in US up 19% to more than 3m casesSales of Irish whiskey overseas continue to reach new highs with a report showi
Irish whiskey sales in US up 19% to more than 3m cases
The Irish Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
Sales of Irish whiskey overseas continue to reach new highs with a report showing a sharp rise in exports to the US last year. Data published by International Wine and Spirits Research (IWSR) on Wednesday shows whiskey exports increased 19 per cent... Read more
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The Irish Times
Online shopping is a boon for business but is not without issuesIt may have come as news to people outside the shopping belt of Blanchardstown
Online shopping is a boon for business but is not without issues
The Irish Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
It may have come as news to people outside the shopping belt of Blanchardstown and Limerick that the brand was even here, mainly because the Irish operation hadn’t managed to get around to establishing a website or online catalogue. That put it at a... Read more
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The Star
MARC affirms AAA rating on TNB Northern Energy’s RM1.6bil sukukKUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Rating Corporation (MARC) has affirmed its AAA rating o
MARC affirms AAA rating on TNB Northern Energy’s RM1.6bil sukuk
The Star / Posted 11 minutes ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Rating Corporation (MARC) has affirmed its AAA rating on TNB Northern Energy Bhd’s sukuk of RM1.625bil with a stable outlook. It said on Wednesday the rating and outlook were equalised with those of TNB Northern Energy’s... Read more
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Market Watch
U.S. stocks poised to rise again as Brexit worries fadeU.S. stock futures pointed to a higher open on Wall Street Wednesday, with appe
U.S. stocks poised to rise again as Brexit worries fade
Market Watch / Posted 11 minutes ago
U.S. stock futures pointed to a higher open on Wall Street Wednesday, with appetite for buying reviving as Brexit worries subsided, and as investors waited for reports on consumer spending and home sales. “Why are the markets up? [Isn’t the U.K]... Read more
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Market Watch
EU to open review of Bayer, Monsanto dealBRUSSELS--The European Union's antitrust agency signaled Wednesday it would con
EU to open review of Bayer, Monsanto deal
Market Watch / Posted 11 minutes ago
BRUSSELS--The European Union's antitrust agency signaled Wednesday it would conduct a strict review of Bayer AG's pending $62 billion purchase of Monsanto Co. and similar mergers by rivals, an unusually early statement before the EU has received... Read more
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Market Watch
EU to open review of Bayer, Monsanto mergerBRUSSELS--The European Union's antitrust agency signaled Wednesday it would con
EU to open review of Bayer, Monsanto merger
Market Watch / Posted 11 minutes ago
BRUSSELS--The European Union's antitrust agency signaled Wednesday it would conduct a strict review of Bayer AG's pending $62 billion purchase of Monsanto Co. and similar mergers by rivals, an unusually early statement before the EU has received... Read more
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The Register
PAC slams UK government for lack of evidence-based science investmentsThe Public Accounts Committee has advised the UK government to take a more evid
PAC slams UK government for lack of evidence-based science investments
The Register / Posted 11 minutes ago
The Public Accounts Committee has advised the UK government to take a more evidence-based approach when deciding spending on science projects, according to a report published today. The report comes at a time when the future of science funding hangs... Read more
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Salon.com
China replaces top internet regulator and censor with deputyBEIJING (AP) — China is replacing its top internet regulator and censor, Lu Wei
China replaces top internet regulator and censor with deputy
Salon.com / Posted 11 minutes ago
BEIJING (AP) — China is replacing its top internet regulator and censor, Lu Wei, who had become the face of the government’s increasingly complicated dealings with foreign technology companies. The official Xinhua news agency reported Wednesday that... Read more
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The Register
Vodafone hints at relocation from UKVodafone has hinted it may pack its bags and relocate its London-based headquar
Vodafone hints at relocation from UK
The Register / Posted 11 minutes ago
Vodafone has hinted it may pack its bags and relocate its London-based headquarters following the momentous decision to leave the EU last week. The biz which was founded in the UK noted that the majority of its profits are derived from outside... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Mitsubishi Motors to accept orders after correcting mileageTOKYO (AP) — Mitsubishi is resuming sales of vehicles for which it had reported
Mitsubishi Motors to accept orders after correcting mileage
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 12 minutes ago
TOKYO (AP) — Mitsubishi is resuming sales of vehicles for which it had reported inflated mileage, after offering to compensate each buyer with 100,000 yen ($960) to make up for the extra gas. Mitsubishi Motors Corp. said Wednesday that it will start... Read more
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