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Stamford Advocate
My Post-Acquisition Report CardMergers and acquisitions can be challenging, but they’re a necessary part of do
My Post-Acquisition Report Card
Stamford Advocate / Posted moments ago
Mergers and acquisitions can be challenging, but they’re a necessary part of doing business in today’s world. In fact, corporations are investing billions of dollars every year in these ventures. Having gone through a recent acquisition, I can... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
5 Insights on Millennials and MoneyPublic opinion is often split when it comes to millennials and money. Some cons
5 Insights on Millennials and Money
Stamford Advocate / Posted moments ago
Public opinion is often split when it comes to millennials and money. Some consider millennials as unfocused narcissists with unrealistic expectations. Others consider them as the recipients of a devastating one-two punch of high college costs and... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
A great time to buy, not rent, Amarillo homesAMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - Local realtors say now is still a great time sell a home
A great time to buy, not rent, Amarillo homes
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted moments ago
AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - Local realtors say now is still a great time sell a home in Amarillo. According to the Amarillo Association of Realtors, the great demand for home has created a seller's market. Realtors believe dropping interest rates and... Read more
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The Economic Times
Super rich were first to bail in Lehman crisisBy Joseph Ciolli NEW YORK: When the going gets rough, the 1% start selling. Tha
Super rich were first to bail in Lehman crisis
The Economic Times / Posted moments ago
By Joseph Ciolli NEW YORK: When the going gets rough, the 1% start selling. That's the finding of a new paper that says people with the highest income bailed from stocks disproportionately on the worst days of the financial crisis. The share of... Read more
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The Economic Times
Quintiles, IMS Health to merge in $9-billion dealIMS Health shareholders will receive 0.384 Quintiles common stock for each shar
Quintiles, IMS Health to merge in $9-billion deal
The Economic Times / Posted moments ago
IMS Health shareholders will receive 0.384 Quintiles common stock for each share of IMS. The combined business will have an enterprise value of more than $23 billion, the companies said, and IMS Health shareholders will own about 51.4% of the shares... Read more
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The Economic Times
Banks now go the extra mile with the clean-up actIn November 2014, when Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan tweaked th
Banks now go the extra mile with the clean-up act
The Economic Times / Posted moments ago
In November 2014, when Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan tweaked the expression 'rose by any other name would smell as sweet' from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and said 'NPA by any other name smells as bad', bankers were left fuming.... Read more
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The Economic Times
Philips plans to sell 25% of lighting arm in IPOChief executive Frans van Houten said it was an "historic" decision for the Dut
Philips plans to sell 25% of lighting arm in IPO
The Economic Times / Posted moments ago
Chief executive Frans van Houten said it was an "historic" decision for the Dutch company, which began as a lighting company in 1891. Analysts have valued the unit at about 5 billion euros ($5.8 billion). Philips dropped the word "electronics" from... Read more
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Perth Now
Bitcoin gets a Budget tax breakAUSTRALIA has emerged as the surprise world leader in digital currency after th
Bitcoin gets a Budget tax break
Perth Now / Posted 2 minutes ago
AUSTRALIA has emerged as the surprise world leader in digital currency after the Turnbull Government revealed plans to reduce tax on Bitcoin transactions and create ways to test other intangible currency in the country. The announcement came the day... Read more
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Perth Now
ASIC’s funding to ‘combat mischief’MORE than $127 million is being given to Australia’s corporate cops to better p
ASIC’s funding to ‘combat mischief’
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
MORE than $127 million is being given to Australia’s corporate cops to better police financial services providers. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission will receive most of the cash injection to “combat misconduct” and bolster... Read more
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Perth Now
The NBN is running out of moneyThe NBN will need to raise around $20 billion from the private sector to comple
The NBN is running out of money
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
The NBN will need to raise around $20 billion from the private sector to complete the rollout. PUBLIC funds allocated for the country’s broadband infrastructure are fast running out. Contained in the 2016/17 Budget released Tuesday night was the... Read more
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Perth Now
Price hike on Aussie passportsTOURISM will generate hundreds of millions of dollars for the Federal Governmen
Price hike on Aussie passports
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
TOURISM will generate hundreds of millions of dollars for the Federal Government through a range of budget initiatives that have disappointed industry members. Although there are some positives for the “supergrowth sector” such as tax cuts for small... Read more
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Perth Now
QBE reconfirms dividend payout ratio rise Insurer QBE says it is on track to meet its full-year guidance and has confir
QBE reconfirms dividend payout ratio rise
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
Insurer QBE says it is on track to meet its full-year guidance and has confirmed its plan to increase its dividend payout ratio. Chief executive John Neal told the company’s annual general meeting in Sydney... Read more
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Perth Now
Goldman targets "mass affluent" borrowers Goldman Sachs Group Inc, the banking gold standard for the world's elite, see
Goldman targets "mass affluent" borrowers
Perth Now / Posted 3 minutes ago
Goldman Sachs Group Inc, the banking gold standard for the world's elite, sees a future in less prosperous investors. A creative strategy taking shape inside the bank calls for it to partner with small... Read more
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WA Today
ASX to reverseExpectations that Australian interest rates will be at 1.5 per cent by the end
ASX to reverse
WA Today / Posted 3 minutes ago
Expectations that Australian interest rates will be at 1.5 per cent by the end of this year are mounting after the Reserve Bank cut the cash rate by one-quarter of a percentage point in response to a crunch in consumer prices last quarter. "The... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Target faces backlash on stance on transgender bathroomsBy Anne D'innocenzio, The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) - Consumer backlash i
Target faces backlash on stance on transgender bathrooms
Ventura County Star / Posted 3 minutes ago
By Anne D'innocenzio, The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) - Consumer backlash is growing against Target's stance on what type of bathrooms its transgender customers and employees can use. Two weeks ago, the Minneapolis-based discounter issued a... Read more
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Unicef
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom visits conflict-hit Ukraine to highlight the importance of education in emergenciesPress release New report reveals nearly a quarter of the world’s school-aged c
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom visits conflict-hit Ukraine to highlight the importance of education in emergencies
Unicef / Posted 3 minutes ago
Press release New report reveals nearly a quarter of the world’s school-aged children live in crisis-hit countries Photos... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Govt ramps up firepower over tax avoidanceThe federal budget has vastly boosted the government's firepower against multin
Govt ramps up firepower over tax avoidance
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 minutes ago
The federal budget has vastly boosted the government's firepower against multinational tax avoidance as it looks to ramp up revenues to fund tax cut promises. Canberra hopes to raise up to $4.35 billion over the next four years through measures that... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The NBN is running out of moneyThe government seems unsure if the NBN can raise necessary funds from private s
The NBN is running out of money
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 minutes ago
The government seems unsure if the NBN can raise necessary funds from private sector PUBLIC funds allocated for the country’s broadband infrastructure are fast running out. Contained in the 2016/17 Budget released Tuesday night was the final... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Canberra has forgotten Victoria: PallasThe Victorian government's initial reaction to the federal budget hasn't been p
Canberra has forgotten Victoria: Pallas
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 minutes ago
The Victorian government's initial reaction to the federal budget hasn't been positive. Victoria is the state Canberra forgot in the federal budget, Treasurer Tim Pallas says. The state is still getting just 9.7 per cent of the national... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Service sector trod water in AprilThe contraction of Australia's services sector has slowed with conditions stabi
Service sector trod water in April
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 minutes ago
The contraction of Australia's services sector has slowed with conditions stabilising. The Australian Industry Group's Performance of Services Index (PSI) rose 0.2 points to 49.7 points in April. A number below 50 indicates the sector is shrinking,... Read more
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Eu Business
EU backs crowdfunding as alternative funding source for startups — EUbusiness.com(BRUSSELS) - The European Commission gave its backing to the use of crowdfundin
EU backs crowdfunding as alternative funding source for startups — EUbusiness.com
Eu Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
(BRUSSELS) - The European Commission gave its backing to the use of crowdfunding as an alternative source of finance for start-ups in the EU Member States, in a report on the sector published on Tuesday. Crowdfunding is an open call to the public to... Read more
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News 12 Augusta
72 year old woman forced to file bankruptcy after taking out a reverse mortgageMay 3, 2016 TRENTON, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT)-- A reverse mortgage may seem like the a
72 year old woman forced to file bankruptcy after taking out a reverse mortgage
News 12 Augusta / Posted 5 minutes ago
May 3, 2016 TRENTON, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT)-- A reverse mortgage may seem like the answer to financial difficulty for seniors. They can get quick cash on the equity of the home, and in exchange, the mortgage company takes possession of the house after... Read more
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Connecticut Post
5 Insights on Millennials and MoneyPublic opinion is often split when it comes to millennials and money. Some cons
5 Insights on Millennials and Money
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 minutes ago
Public opinion is often split when it comes to millennials and money. Some consider millennials as unfocused narcissists with unrealistic expectations. Others consider them as the recipients of a devastating one-two punch of high college costs and... Read more
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Connecticut Post
My Post-Acquisition Report CardMergers and acquisitions can be challenging, but they’re a necessary part of do
My Post-Acquisition Report Card
Connecticut Post / Posted 8 minutes ago
Mergers and acquisitions can be challenging, but they’re a necessary part of doing business in today’s world. In fact, corporations are investing billions of dollars every year in these ventures. Having gone through a recent acquisition, I can... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Build Your Own Gesture-Based TV Remote With A Raspberry Pi Small businesses have have been named the big winners of the 2016 Federal Bud
Build Your Own Gesture-Based TV Remote With A Raspberry Pi
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 8 minutes ago
Small businesses have have been named the big winners of the 2016 Federal Budget, with $2.2 billion worth of tax cuts to be handed out over the next four years. In a bid to grow jobs and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Canberra has forgotten Victoria: PallasThe Victorian government's initial reaction to the federal budget hasn't been p
Canberra has forgotten Victoria: Pallas
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 minutes ago
The Victorian government's initial reaction to the federal budget hasn't been positive. Victoria is the state Canberra forgot in the federal budget, Treasurer Tim Pallas says. The state is still getting just 9.7 per cent of the national... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Service sector trod water in AprilThe contraction of Australia's services sector has slowed with conditions stabi
Service sector trod water in April
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 minutes ago
The contraction of Australia's services sector has slowed with conditions stabilising. The Australian Industry Group's Performance of Services Index (PSI) rose 0.2 points to 49.7 points in April. A number below 50 indicates the sector is shrinking,... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Solar panel loans have spun out of controlDuring the past several years, there has been a significant increase in the num
Solar panel loans have spun out of control
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 minutes ago
During the past several years, there has been a significant increase in the number of California homeowners using a new kind of financing to install solar panels, put in landscaping to save water, and make seismic strengthening... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Scarsdale
Fairway Market Makes It Official, Files For BankruptcyUpscale grocery chain Fairway Market, known for its fresh produce and gourmet g
Fairway Market Makes It Official, Files For Bankruptcy
The Daily Voice - Scarsdale / Posted 10 minutes ago
Upscale grocery chain Fairway Market, known for its fresh produce and gourmet goodies, has officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to multiple reports. The restructuring plan will allow Fairway, which has 14 locations in the tristate... Read more
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Technode
Uber Deals Blow To Didi's Global Alliance, Extends Alipay Partnership WorldwideUber has announced a global expansion of their partnership with Alipay, the dom
Uber Deals Blow To Didi's Global Alliance, Extends Alipay Partnership Worldwide
Technode / Posted 10 minutes ago
Uber has announced a global expansion of their partnership with Alipay, the dominant Chinese online payment service, allowing mainland users to use their native payments internationally. Previously Chinese users would have to link their account to a... Read more
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