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Business Insider
An unlikely company is crushing America's biggest clothing storesAn unlikely company has suddenly catapulted to the top of the fashion world: Am
An unlikely company is crushing America's biggest clothing stores
Business Insider / Posted 2 minutes ago
An unlikely company has suddenly catapulted to the top of the fashion world: Amazon. Amazon is now the biggest seller of clothes online in the US, with its apparel sales totalling $16.3 billion last year, Bloomberg reports. That's more than the... Read more
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Business Wire
Cyber Security a Top Concern in Asia Pacific, says Internet Society SurveySINGAPORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Online security is the area that warrants the most
Cyber Security a Top Concern in Asia Pacific, says Internet Society Survey
Business Wire / Posted 3 minutes ago
SINGAPORE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Online security is the area that warrants the most urgent attention from policymakers, according to the recently published Internet Society Survey on Policy Issues in Asia Pacific. The survey polled almost 2,000 end-users... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dairy, meat exports dropDairy and meat exports dropped by more than a fifth in August. Photo/File New
Dairy, meat exports drop
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 minutes ago
Dairy and meat exports dropped by more than a fifth in August. Photo/File New Zealand's trade deficit widened to the biggest monthly gap since September 2014 as dairy and meat exports slumped in August. The deficit of $1.27 billion in August was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Foreigners seek out Japan's whiskyAn increasing number of foreign tourists are visiting Japanese distilleries, as
Foreigners seek out Japan's whisky
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 minutes ago
An increasing number of foreign tourists are visiting Japanese distilleries, as the country's whisky exports grow. Foreign tourists try Nikka whisky at Nikka's Yoichi Distillery in Yoichi, Hokkaido. Photo / Japan News-Yomiuri Japanese whisky is... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
SME Bank seeks to cut bad loans to B18bnSME Bank's board chairman Somchai Harnhiran (front) says the amount of the bank
SME Bank seeks to cut bad loans to B18bn
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 3 minutes ago
SME Bank's board chairman Somchai Harnhiran (front) says the amount of the bank's NPLs will be reduced largely this year. The Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank of Thailand (SME Bank) expects to reduce its non-performing loans (NPLs) to 18... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Nong Khai SEZ lagging, locals claimTrucks at the customs checkpoint in Nong Khai before driving accross the Friend
Nong Khai SEZ lagging, locals claim
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 minutes ago
Trucks at the customs checkpoint in Nong Khai before driving accross the Friendship Bridge to Laos Investment has started to flourish in Nong Khai thanks to the government's planned special economic zones (SEZs). However, the local private sector... Read more
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FOX Business
Lanxess To Buy Chemtura For About $2.12 Billion In CashLanxess AG said on Sunday it would buy specialty chemical company Chemtura Corp
Lanxess To Buy Chemtura For About $2.12 Billion In Cash
FOX Business / Posted 4 minutes ago
Lanxess AG said on Sunday it would buy specialty chemical company Chemtura Corp for about $2.12 billion in cash to improve the German company's lubricants and flame retardants business. Lanxess, the world's largest synthetic rubber maker, is... Read more
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FOX Business
Lanxess To Buy Chemtura For About $2.12 Billion In CashLanxess AG said on Sunday it would buy specialty chemical company Chemtura Corp
Lanxess To Buy Chemtura For About $2.12 Billion In Cash
FOX Business / Posted 5 minutes ago
Lanxess AG said on Sunday it would buy specialty chemical company Chemtura Corp for about $2.12 billion in cash to improve the German company's lubricants and flame retardants business. Continue Reading Below Lanxess, the world's largest synthetic... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
NeighborsThere’s a bit of good news coming from the land of the rising sun, and just in
Neighbors
Manila Standard Today / Posted 6 minutes ago
There’s a bit of good news coming from the land of the rising sun, and just in time for our President’s forthcoming state visit there. Masahiko Shibayama, a close adviser of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in Singapore last week that “doubling the... Read more
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Finance Asia
China steel merger a ‘rip-off’5th Compliance Summit North Asia 17 November 2016 | Hong Kong The 5th Annual
China steel merger a ‘rip-off’
Finance Asia / Posted 6 minutes ago
5th Compliance Summit North Asia 17 November 2016 | Hong Kong The 5th Annual Compliance Summit Asia will bring together 300 Compliance and Legal heads from financial and non-financial corporations from across ... 8th Southeast Asia Institutional... Read more
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Finance Asia
Cautious investors seek safety in top-rated bondsRising geopolitical risks and ultra-low global interest rates are prompting a f
Cautious investors seek safety in top-rated bonds
Finance Asia / Posted 6 minutes ago
Rising geopolitical risks and ultra-low global interest rates are prompting a flight to quality among bond buyers according to a survey of Asia-based investors conducted by FinanceAsia and National Australia Bank (NAB) for the annual Australia... Read more
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TheBull
Firefighting: Samsung recall threatens reputation, bottom lineExploding batteries and an embarrassing recall of a flagship gadget during a co
Firefighting: Samsung recall threatens reputation, bottom line
TheBull / Posted 9 minutes ago
Exploding batteries and an embarrassing recall of a flagship gadget during a controversial, closely-watched leadership transition -- it's been a bad year for Samsung, and analysts warn the trouble isn't over yet. 26.09.2016 09:33 AM Exploding... Read more
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TheBull
Riven by rivalries, OPEC heads to key talksCartels only work when their members stick together -- but precious little unit
Riven by rivalries, OPEC heads to key talks
TheBull / Posted 9 minutes ago
Cartels only work when their members stick together -- but precious little unity is likely to be on show among OPEC producers at a key meeting in Algiers on Wednesday. 26.09.2016 09:08 AM Members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting... Read more
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TheBull
Japan sake pours overseas as local market dries upOzawa Shuzo brewery hums with activity as boxed bottles of sake are loaded onto
Japan sake pours overseas as local market dries up
TheBull / Posted 9 minutes ago
Ozawa Shuzo brewery hums with activity as boxed bottles of sake are loaded onto trucks. 26.09.2016 09:44 AM Ozawa Shuzo brewery hums with activity as boxed bottles of sake are loaded onto trucks. But with the domestic market shrinking, more and... Read more
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heraldscotland
Deadline approaches for Herald Fashion AwardsComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
Deadline approaches for Herald Fashion Awards
heraldscotland / Posted 10 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A legendary investor thinks driverless cars will raise the price of oilIt should come as no surprise that the rise of electric vehicles has broad impl
A legendary investor thinks driverless cars will raise the price of oil
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 minutes ago
It should come as no surprise that the rise of electric vehicles has broad implications for the price of oil. Now, you'd think that as more of the cars on the road are powered by batteries rather than petrol, demand for oil will slide. And in the... Read more
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The Economic Times
As rivals circle, Japan boosting firepower to buy global energy assetsTOKYO: Japan plans to rush through a bill to provide more financial muscle for
As rivals circle, Japan boosting firepower to buy global energy assets
The Economic Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
TOKYO: Japan plans to rush through a bill to provide more financial muscle for its companies to compete for global energy assets, just as other resource-hungry Asian economies such as China and India are also looking to snap up depressed oil... Read more
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WA Today
Speed bump for ASXThe local sharemarket is set to open lower after Wall Street retreated on Frida
Speed bump for ASX
WA Today / Posted 14 minutes ago
The local sharemarket is set to open lower after Wall Street retreated on Friday with energy and tech stocks leading the way down. Oil fell the most in more than two months after Saudi Arabia and Iran failed to reach any agreement on a production... Read more
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Billboard
Rolling Stone Founder Jann Wenner Selling 49% Stake to Singapore Billionaire's SonBandLab, a startup digital music company that was founded by Kuok Meng Ru, a so
Rolling Stone Founder Jann Wenner Selling 49% Stake to Singapore Billionaire's Son
Billboard / Posted 16 minutes ago
BandLab, a startup digital music company that was founded by Kuok Meng Ru, a son of agriculture-business mogul, has come on board as the magazine's first investor. Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner is selling 49 percent of the magazine to BandLab, a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A legendary investor thinks driverless cars will raise the price of oilIt should come as no surprise that the rise of electric vehicles has broad impl
A legendary investor thinks driverless cars will raise the price of oil
Connecticut Post / Posted 18 minutes ago
It should come as no surprise that the rise of electric vehicles has broad implications for the price of oil. Now, you'd think that as more of the cars on the road are powered by batteries rather than petrol, demand for oil will slide. And in the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Lanxess to buy Chemtura for about US$2.12 billion in cashREUTERS: Lanxess AG said on Sunday it would buy specialty chemical company Chem
Lanxess to buy Chemtura for about US$2.12 billion in cash
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 24 minutes ago
REUTERS: Lanxess AG said on Sunday it would buy specialty chemical company Chemtura Corp for about US$2.12 billion in cash to improve the German company's lubricants and flame retardants business. Lanxess, the world's largest synthetic rubber maker,... Read more
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The News and Star
Confidence still falling in financial services industryConfidence across the UK's financial services industry has continued to deterio
Confidence still falling in financial services industry
The News and Star / Posted 25 minutes ago
Confidence across the UK's financial services industry has continued to deteriorate over the past three months, marking the longest period of falling sentiment since the financial crisis. The latest Confederation of British Industry/PwC Financial... Read more
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NZCity
Chinese eye NZ tourism investmentThe Chinese Chamber of Commerce is hosting a tourism investment summit to help
Chinese eye NZ tourism investment
NZCity / Posted 25 minutes ago
The Chinese Chamber of Commerce is hosting a tourism investment summit to help New Zealand businesses better capitalise on burgeoning growth in the Chinese tourism market and encourage Chinese investment in this country's stretched tourism... Read more
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express
Treasury predicts GROWTH in British economy thanks to Brexit boostThe economic forecast for Britain looks rosy, despite fears from Remainers The
Treasury predicts GROWTH in British economy thanks to Brexit boost
express / Posted 28 minutes ago
The economic forecast for Britain looks rosy, despite fears from Remainers The Treasury has now revised their predictions for GDP growth to 1.8 per cent – exactly the same level as before the June 23 vote. Instead of shrinking into oblivion,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Speed bump for ASXThe local sharemarket is set to open lower after Wall Street retreated on Frida
Speed bump for ASX
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 32 minutes ago
The local sharemarket is set to open lower after Wall Street retreated on Friday with energy and tech stocks leading the way down. Oil fell the most in more than two months after Saudi Arabia and Iran failed to reach any agreement on a production... Read more
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Lake Superior News
Beer-barrel economics ~ Lake Superior NewsHALIFAX, N.S. September 25, 2016 / Troy Media/ (LSN) – The lesson of lower beer
Beer-barrel economics ~ Lake Superior News
Lake Superior News / Posted 33 minutes ago
HALIFAX, N.S. September 25, 2016 / Troy Media/ (LSN) – The lesson of lower beer prices in New Brunswick has implications on a broad array of provincial taxes. Not long ago, many New Brunswick consumers living near Quebec routinely crossed the border... Read more
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Canberra Times
Speed bump for ASXThe local sharemarket is set to open lower after Wall Street retreated on Frida
Speed bump for ASX
Canberra Times / Posted 33 minutes ago
The local sharemarket is set to open lower after Wall Street retreated on Friday with energy and tech stocks leading the way down. Oil fell the most in more than two months after Saudi Arabia and Iran failed to reach any agreement on a production... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
A legendary investor thinks driverless cars will raise the price of oilIt should come as no surprise that the rise of electric vehicles has broad impl
A legendary investor thinks driverless cars will raise the price of oil
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 40 minutes ago
It should come as no surprise that the rise of electric vehicles has broad implications for the price of oil. Now, you'd think that as more of the cars on the road are powered by batteries rather than petrol, demand for oil will slide. And in the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New banks in Canada look to target niche marketsWhen you think of sectors attracting new companies, banking might not spring to
New banks in Canada look to target niche markets
The Globe and Mail / Posted 43 minutes ago
When you think of sectors attracting new companies, banking might not spring to mind. Yet three new domestic banks have sprung up since July and a fourth is set to announce its launch next month, bringing the number of federally regulated... Read more
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Hunts Post
Fine for “shambolic” Huntingdon property agent A HUNTINGDONSHIRE property agent ran her business in such a “chaotic and sham
Fine for “shambolic” Huntingdon property agent
Hunts Post / Posted 45 minutes ago
A HUNTINGDONSHIRE property agent ran her business in such a “chaotic and shambolic” manner that she did not keep proper financial records, a court heard yesterday. A HUNTINGDONSHIRE property agent ran... Read more
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