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Toowoomba Chronicle
CEO resigns, Airport to pay $1.7M to councilAT ITS board meeting on Monday Gladstone Airport Corporation approved payment o
CEO resigns, Airport to pay $1.7M to council
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted a minute ago
AT ITS board meeting on Monday Gladstone Airport Corporation approved payment of almost $1.7M to the Gladstone Regional Council. It is the first of three annual payments that will be made in respect of tax equivalents and competitive neutrality fees... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Finance minister says feds not considering extended EI for any more regionsOTTAWA -- Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the federal government isn't going
Finance minister says feds not considering extended EI for any more regions
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 minutes ago
OTTAWA -- Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the federal government isn't going to provided extended EI benefits to any more regions of the country, even those that are the on cusp of meeting government requirements for the extra help. The federal... Read more
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The Age
Gold on the ropes after Fed fusilladeGold is on the ropes as Fed officials talk up the prospects of a US rate rise.
Gold on the ropes after Fed fusillade
The Age / Posted 4 minutes ago
Gold is on the ropes as Fed officials talk up the prospects of a US rate rise. Photo: Jim Rice Gold broke below $US1200 an ounce on Monday after losing about $US100 in less than a month as Federal Reserve policy makers land punch after punch by... Read more
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Business Insider
LinkedIn's billionaire founder Reid Hoffman shares advice on how to build a stronger networkReid Hoffman, the billionaire cofounder of LinkedIn, is one of the most success
LinkedIn's billionaire founder Reid Hoffman shares advice on how to build a stronger network
Business Insider / Posted 5 minutes ago
Reid Hoffman, the billionaire cofounder of LinkedIn, is one of the most successful and respected people in Silicon Valley. But even Hoffman has regrets in his career and says he would have done one thing differently if he had a chance to go back:... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gold on the ropes after Fed fusilladeGold is on the ropes as Fed officials talk up the prospects of a US rate rise.
Gold on the ropes after Fed fusillade
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 minutes ago
Gold is on the ropes as Fed officials talk up the prospects of a US rate rise. Photo: Jim Rice Gold broke below $US1200 an ounce on Monday after losing about $US100 in less than a month as Federal Reserve policy makers land punch after punch by... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Finance news you need to know today | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Search
Finance news you need to know today
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 minutes ago
| DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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Queensland Times
CEO resigns, Airport to pay $1.7M to councilAT ITS board meeting on Monday Gladstone Airport Corporation approved payment o
CEO resigns, Airport to pay $1.7M to council
Queensland Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
AT ITS board meeting on Monday Gladstone Airport Corporation approved payment of almost $1.7M to the Gladstone Regional Council. It is the first of three annual payments that will be made in respect of tax equivalents and competitive neutrality fees... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
VMob nets $3.3m in local capital-raiseScott Bradley, chief executive and founder of mobile marketing company VMob. Ph
VMob nets $3.3m in local capital-raise
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
Scott Bradley, chief executive and founder of mobile marketing company VMob. Photo / Greg Bowker Australian and New Zealand high net worth investors and institutions have stumped up $3.3 million to help mobile marketing platform VMob pursue offshore... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Parker: Profiteers can pay for privilegePricing a valuable, scarce resource is key to ensuring it's used efficiently.
David Parker: Profiteers can pay for privilege
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
Pricing a valuable, scarce resource is key to ensuring it's used efficiently. Pricing water for commercial uses, however, is very different to water used by households. Photo / Getty Images The greatest threat facing New Zealand's water is the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Swiss watchmakers threatened by homegrown low-cost rivalsThree 'Emergency Chronograph' luxury wristwatches, produced by Breitling. Photo
Swiss watchmakers threatened by homegrown low-cost rivals
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 minutes ago
Three 'Emergency Chronograph' luxury wristwatches, produced by Breitling. Photo / Bloomberg - Michele Limina As Swiss watchmakers struggle with the strong franc, weaker Asian demand, and new technologies such as smartwatches, the last thing they... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NT housing body gets nodGiles government plan to create remote housing body welcomed by Katherine busin
NT housing body gets nod
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 minutes ago
Giles government plan to create remote housing body welcomed by Katherine business. PLAN POTENTIAL: Power Projects NT general manager Andrew Harvey has welcomed the plan to create a "one-stop shop" for remote housing and says the success the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Group eyes plans to expand on mountainOperators of the Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge want to expand their offering as
Group eyes plans to expand on mountain
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 minutes ago
Operators of the Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge want to expand their offering as part of the Cradle Mountain Master Plan Owners of a boutique hotel at Cradle Mountain are eyeing off additional opportunities set to be created by a tourism blueprint... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
‘Home Builders Blitz’ to benefit midcoast familiesROCKLAND, Maine — Two more families will benefit when local builders volunteer
‘Home Builders Blitz’ to benefit midcoast families
Bangor Daily News / Posted 9 minutes ago
ROCKLAND, Maine — Two more families will benefit when local builders volunteer their time in early June to help construct two new homes. Midcoast Habitat for Humanity is participating in a nationwide “Home Builders Blitz” that will kick off on... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Oil blocks go to auctionRelated Stories The energy policy maker has decided to open new bids for two o
Oil blocks go to auction
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 9 minutes ago
Related Stories The energy policy maker has decided to open new bids for two offshore petroleum blocks following pressure from energy reform advocates. The National Energy Policy Council (NEPC), chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, decided... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
CEO resigns, Airport to pay $1.7M to councilAT ITS board meeting on Monday Gladstone Airport Corporation approved payment o
CEO resigns, Airport to pay $1.7M to council
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 minutes ago
AT ITS board meeting on Monday Gladstone Airport Corporation approved payment of almost $1.7M to the Gladstone Regional Council. It is the first of three annual payments that will be made in respect of tax equivalents and competitive neutrality fees... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Government should tax the rich moreTREASURER Morrison says the budget needs spending cuts, not an increase in inco
Government should tax the rich more
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 minutes ago
TREASURER Morrison says the budget needs spending cuts, not an increase in income. Anyone knows that both improve the budget condition. One obvious way to increase the government's income is to increase the tax on those that can easiest afford it,... Read more
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News Mail
CEO resigns, Airport to pay $1.7M to councilAT ITS board meeting on Monday Gladstone Airport Corporation approved payment o
CEO resigns, Airport to pay $1.7M to council
News Mail / Posted 12 minutes ago
AT ITS board meeting on Monday Gladstone Airport Corporation approved payment of almost $1.7M to the Gladstone Regional Council. It is the first of three annual payments that will be made in respect of tax equivalents and competitive neutrality fees... Read more
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The Telegraph
Jaguar drives Tata Motors netMumbai, May 30: Charged by higher Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) sales, earnings of Ta
Jaguar drives Tata Motors net
The Telegraph / Posted 14 minutes ago
Mumbai, May 30: Charged by higher Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) sales, earnings of Tata Motors today beat Street estimates by a wide margin. Consolidated fourth-quarter net profits tripled to Rs 5,206.45 crore from Rs 1,747.43 crore a year ago. Analysts... Read more
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TheBull
Australian market set to open lowerThe Australian market looks set to open slightly lower, with no direction from
Australian market set to open lower
TheBull / Posted 14 minutes ago
The Australian market looks set to open slightly lower, with no direction from Wall Street which was closed for a public holiday. At 0645 AEST on Tuesday, the share price index was down six points at 5,406. Locally, in economic news on Tuesday, the... Read more
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TheBull
$A higher as greenback loses steamThe Australian dollar is a touch higher after the greenback fell from a two-mon
$A higher as greenback loses steam
TheBull / Posted 14 minutes ago
The Australian dollar is a touch higher after the greenback fell from a two-month high. At 0700 AEST on Tuesday, the local unit was trading at 71.83 US cents, up from 71.72 cents on Monday. Westpac senior market strategist Imre Speizer said that... Read more
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TheBull
Commodities markets summaryA summary of trading in key commodities markets overseas: Crude oil futures re
Commodities markets summary
TheBull / Posted 14 minutes ago
A summary of trading in key commodities markets overseas: Crude oil futures remained shy of the $US50 per barrel level after marking weekly gains, feeling some pressure from the stronger US dollar that made it more expensive for holders of other... Read more
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The Economic Times
Oil companies' stocks likely to outperform if there’s relief on subsidiesThe Street had discounted burden from subsidy sharing for FY16, but surprisingl
Oil companies' stocks likely to outperform if there’s relief on subsidies
The Economic Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
The Street had discounted burden from subsidy sharing for FY16, but surprisingly, the government refunded the subsidy amount of all three OMCs shared in the third quarter of FY16. This is only the second instance over the past 13 years that OMCs have... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
DISTRESSED INVESTOR: 'It’s time to put money to work'Investors who specialize in distressed investing are getting ready to spend. "
DISTRESSED INVESTOR: 'It’s time to put money to work'
Stamford Advocate / Posted 16 minutes ago
Investors who specialize in distressed investing are getting ready to spend. "It's obviously an energy and commodities-focused distressed cycle...and it reminds me of the early 2000s tech and telecom bust," Angelo Rufino, portfolio manager of... Read more
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The Economic Times
Nifty companies' stocks see wild swings on earnings surprisesThe March quarter result season has been full of surprises. Results declared by
Nifty companies' stocks see wild swings on earnings surprises
The Economic Times / Posted 16 minutes ago
The March quarter result season has been full of surprises. Results declared by most Nifty companies have been either much better or worse than expected, resulting in their stock prices making sharp moves on results day. "Of course, there have... Read more
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The Economic Times
Buyout Boom: Not just a slice, Private Equity funds now want more or even the whole pieMUMBAI: Amit Dixit, Senior MD of Blackstone's private equity and also its co-
Buyout Boom: Not just a slice, Private Equity funds now want more or even the whole pie
The Economic Times / Posted 16 minutes ago
MUMBAI: Amit Dixit, Senior MD of Blackstone's private equity and also its co-head in India got a trans-Atlantic call during the X-Mas holidays last December. There were just two simple queries from the other end: Would Blackstone be open to write... Read more
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Perth Now
Finance news you need to know todayGerman dairy farmers are struggling as milk prices have fallen to approximately
Finance news you need to know today
Perth Now / Posted 19 minutes ago
German dairy farmers are struggling as milk prices have fallen to approximately 20 euro cents per liter, far below the 35 to 40 cents that many farmers need to survive financially. Picture: Sean Gallup/Getty Images HERE are nine things making news... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Online hit for freelancersHowever, graphic designer Carol Hampshire has earned herself the distinction of
Online hit for freelancers
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
However, graphic designer Carol Hampshire has earned herself the distinction of being the highest-paid freelancer in South Africa, using an online system called Elance. Her company, called Red Hot Designs, made $75 000 last year. "The reason I left... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
3 things to know when rolling over your 401(k)If you have a 401(k) from a former employer, there are a few things you could c
3 things to know when rolling over your 401(k)
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 22 minutes ago
If you have a 401(k) from a former employer, there are a few things you could choose to do with your account. You could cash it out, which is almost never the best option. You could leave it where it is, or combine it with your current employer's... Read more
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Connecticut Post
DISTRESSED INVESTOR: 'It’s time to put money to work'Investors who specialize in distressed investing are getting ready to spend. "
DISTRESSED INVESTOR: 'It’s time to put money to work'
Connecticut Post / Posted 22 minutes ago
Investors who specialize in distressed investing are getting ready to spend. "It's obviously an energy and commodities-focused distressed cycle...and it reminds me of the early 2000s tech and telecom bust," Angelo Rufino, portfolio manager of... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
3 things to know when rolling over your 401(k)If you have a 401(k) from a former employer, there are a few things you could c
3 things to know when rolling over your 401(k)
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 25 minutes ago
If you have a 401(k) from a former employer, there are a few things you could choose to do with your account. You could cash it out, which is almost never the best option. You could leave it where it is, or combine it with your current employer's... Read more
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