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Fremont Tribune
Puerto Rican players across MLB help after Hurricane Maria"These devastating natural disasters have deeply affected the baseball family,"
Fremont Tribune / Posted 3 minutes ago
"These devastating natural disasters have deeply affected the baseball family," Commissioner Rob Manfred said. "Players from Puerto Rico and Mexico are an important part of the past, present and future of our game. We hope that our contribution will... Read more
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Missoulian
Puerto Rican players across MLB help after Hurricane Maria"These devastating natural disasters have deeply affected the baseball family,"
Missoulian / Posted 4 minutes ago
"These devastating natural disasters have deeply affected the baseball family," Commissioner Rob Manfred said. "Players from Puerto Rico and Mexico are an important part of the past, present and future of our game. We hope that our contribution will... Read more
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The World
Puerto Rican players across MLB help after Hurricane Maria"These devastating natural disasters have deeply affected the baseball family,"
The World / Posted 8 minutes ago
"These devastating natural disasters have deeply affected the baseball family," Commissioner Rob Manfred said. "Players from Puerto Rico and Mexico are an important part of the past, present and future of our game. We hope that our contribution will... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Kass Warns: "The Scent Of Group Stink Is As Strong As In 2000 & 2007"Authored by Doug Kass via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, * In a paperless and cloud
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 minutes ago
Authored by Doug Kass via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, * In a paperless and cloudy world, are investors and citizens as safe as the markets assume we are? –Kass Diary Another provocative missile launched by North Korea and another apparent terrorist... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tobacconists slapped with $72,000 fine for illegal cigarettesTwo Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 10 minutes ago
Two Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for selling cigarettes in packages without health warnings. Two Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for selling cigarettes in packages... Read more
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The Young Witness
Tobacconists slapped with $72,000 fine for illegal cigarettesTwo Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for
The Young Witness / Posted 12 minutes ago
Two Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for selling cigarettes in packages without health warnings. Two Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for selling cigarettes in packages... Read more
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EuroNews
Atlanta Photographer Diversifies Stock ImagesBlack people demonstrate their love for one another with compassion. Black peop
EuroNews / Posted 16 minutes ago
Black people demonstrate their love for one another with compassion. Black people find joy playing with children. Black folks cross the country and the globe to travel to exciting places. But finding stock photos of regular black people engaging in... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
More talk than action on Tahoe workforce housingPublisher’s note: This is one in a series of stories about affordable housing i
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 17 minutes ago
Publisher’s note: This is one in a series of stories about affordable housing in the Lake Tahoe-Truckee region. All articles may be accessed via the home page under Special Projects, 2017 Affordable Housing. Nearly two years after Vail Resorts... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney duo slapped with biggest ever fine for tobacco offences Two Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 minutes ago
Two Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for selling cigarettes in packages without health warnings. The man and woman at Free Choice Tobacconist in Bondi Junction were each found guilty of 36 tobacco-related... Read more
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Business Standard India
Linking bank account to Aadhaar: Will your bank details be safe?Over the past few months, we have been getting repeated reminders from banks to
Business Standard India / Posted 22 minutes ago
Over the past few months, we have been getting repeated reminders from banks to link accounts with the 12-digit unique identification number Aadhaar. But, bank customers are worried if their details will be safe after linking it with Aadhaar. In... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
ARBOR OUTLOOK: Remember when you were poorMargaret R. McDowell | Arbor Outlook "I can't blame you for tryin’ … I'm tryin
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 23 minutes ago
Margaret R. McDowell | Arbor Outlook "I can't blame you for tryin’ … I'm tryin' to make it, too." — "Poor Side of Town," as recorded by Johnny Rivers This column title gets your attention, doesn't it? Mine, too. I stumbled across this phrase on the... Read more
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The Age
Sydney duo slapped with biggest ever fine for tobacco offences Two Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for
The Age / Posted 25 minutes ago
Two Sydney tobacconist owners have been slapped with a record $72,000 fine for selling cigarettes in packages without health warnings. The man and woman at Free Choice Tobacconist in Bondi Junction were each found guilty of 36 tobacco-related... Read more
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New Kerala
Oceanwide Financial Demonstrates Presence in Hong Kong Market with New Brand Name - newkerala news #274358HONG KONG, Sept. 19, 2017 : China Oceanwide International Financial Limited ("O
New Kerala / Posted 27 minutes ago
HONG KONG, Sept. 19, 2017 : China Oceanwide International Financial Limited ("Oceanwide Financial" or "the Group") (00952.HK) (previously named "Quam Limited"), a leading financial services corporation in Hong Kong, announced it was officially... Read more
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New Kerala
Motion Pay to be Gold Sponsor of Alibaba's Toronto Business Conference -- Gateway '17 - newkerala news #274360OTTAWA, Sept.23, 2017 : Motion Pay Technology Inc., the first and the largest p
New Kerala / Posted 27 minutes ago
OTTAWA, Sept.23, 2017 : Motion Pay Technology Inc., the first and the largest provider of Alipay payment solutions in Canada, is the proud gold sponsor of a high-profile Alibaba-hosted Toronto conference for Canadian businesses seeking to expand... Read more
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New Kerala
Fissures in Puerto Rico dam: Evacuations begin along Guajataca River - newkerala news #274196San Juan [Puerto Rico], September 23 :As many as 70,000 people in northwestern
New Kerala / Posted 27 minutes ago
San Juan [Puerto Rico], September 23 :As many as 70,000 people in northwestern Puerto Rico were ordered to be immediately evacuated amid fears that a dam holding back a large inland lake was about to collapse because of fissures developed from... Read more
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North Platte Bulletin
New Cryptocurrency to earn early Investors 300% + returns.By now most people have heard of Bitcoin. Just a few years ago one Bitcoin was
North Platte Bulletin / Posted 28 minutes ago
By now most people have heard of Bitcoin. Just a few years ago one Bitcoin was just $20 USD now the price is floating just aroud $3500 per bitcoin. Cindicator which is a new cryptocurrency coming to the market is just $0.01 USD per CND coin. Inside... Read more
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Boston Globe
Equifax was driven to collect as much personal data as possible and sell itNEW YORK — Equifax’s chief executive had a simple strategy when he joined more
Boston Globe / Posted 28 minutes ago
NEW YORK — Equifax’s chief executive had a simple strategy when he joined more than a decade ago: Gather as much personal data as possible and find new ways to sell it. The company was making good money compiling credit reports on Americans. But... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Adidas now sells more shoes in US than Nike's Jordan lineSorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 32 minutes ago
Sorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world may be over. Research firm NPD Group reported Monday that Adidas, which has Houston Rockets star James Harden (and his big bushy beard) as its top endorser, is now the... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Adidas now sells more shoes in US than Nike's Jordan lineSorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 33 minutes ago
Sorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world may be over. Research firm NPD Group reported Monday that Adidas, which has Houston Rockets star James Harden (and his big bushy beard) as its top endorser, is now the... Read more
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KTNV Las Vegas
Adidas now sells more shoes in US than Nike's Jordan lineSorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world
KTNV Las Vegas / Posted 37 minutes ago
Sorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world may be over. Research firm NPD Group reported Monday that Adidas, which has Houston Rockets star James Harden (and his big bushy beard) as its top endorser, is now the... Read more
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NBC26 Green Bay
Adidas now sells more shoes in US than Nike's Jordan lineSorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world
NBC26 Green Bay / Posted 38 minutes ago
Sorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world may be over. Research firm NPD Group reported Monday that Adidas, which has Houston Rockets star James Harden (and his big bushy beard) as its top endorser, is now the... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Adidas now sells more shoes in US than Nike's Jordan lineSorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world
KIVI Boise / Posted 42 minutes ago
Sorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world may be over. Research firm NPD Group reported Monday that Adidas, which has Houston Rockets star James Harden (and his big bushy beard) as its top endorser, is now the... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Food bank warns of Christmas hunger crisis due to changes to benefits rules - Liverpool Echo Merseyside food bank owners predict the roll-out of the Gove
Liverpool Echo / Posted 44 minutes ago
- Liverpool Echo Merseyside food bank owners predict the roll-out of the Government’s new Universal Credit will harm the poorest families A Merseyside food bank is warning... Read more
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WRTV Indianapolis
Adidas now sells more shoes in US than Nike's Jordan lineSorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world
WRTV Indianapolis / Posted 44 minutes ago
Sorry, Michael Jordan. It looks like your days as the king of the sneaker world may be over. Research firm NPD Group reported Monday that Adidas, which has Houston Rockets star James Harden (and his big bushy beard) as its top endorser, is now the... Read more
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Oak Bay News
Saanich housing company gets off the groundSaanich has become the test ground for a house lifting company that hopes to bu
Oak Bay News / Posted 45 minutes ago
Saanich has become the test ground for a house lifting company that hopes to build on the tight housing market in the Greater Victoria area with the help of its patented lifting system. FailSafe Housing Lifting B.C. is currently replacing the... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Saanich housing company gets off the groundSaanich has become the test ground for a house lifting company that hopes to bu
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 46 minutes ago
Saanich has become the test ground for a house lifting company that hopes to build on the tight housing market in the Greater Victoria area with the help of its patented lifting system. FailSafe Housing Lifting B.C. is currently replacing the... Read more
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FOX Business
Western Digital's Battle for Toshiba's Memory Finally EndsWestern Digital's (NASDAQ: WDC) lengthy battle over Toshiba's (NASDAQOTH: TOSBF
FOX Business / Posted 50 minutes ago
Western Digital's (NASDAQ: WDC) lengthy battle over Toshiba's (NASDAQOTH: TOSBF) memory unit seemingly ended on Sep. 20, with Toshiba's board voting to sell the business to a consortium led by SK Hynix and Bain Capital for about $18 billion. Western... Read more
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FOX Business
Western Digital's Battle for Toshiba's Memory Finally EndsWestern Digital's (NASDAQ: WDC) lengthy battle over Toshiba's (NASDAQOTH: TOSBF
FOX Business / Posted 50 minutes ago
Western Digital's (NASDAQ: WDC) lengthy battle over Toshiba's (NASDAQOTH: TOSBF) memory unit seemingly ended on Sep. 20, with Toshiba's board voting to sell the business to a consortium led by SK Hynix and Bain Capital for about $18 billion. Western... Read more
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The Economic Times
Banking sector's credit demand to get boost from government projects: SBI chief Arundhati BhattacharyaShe said the government was playing its role in giving a boost to the credit an
The Economic Times / Posted 57 minutes ago
She said the government was playing its role in giving a boost to the credit and investment cycle by announcing the projects. "The government has to do a little bit of heavy-lifting and this is already happening. "We just saw the declaration of... Read more
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The Economic Times
For well-funded big boys of ecommerce, profits can wait, discounts can’tIt’s been a windfall for online shoppers as they pocketed discounts as high as
The Economic Times / Posted 57 minutes ago
It’s been a windfall for online shoppers as they pocketed discounts as high as 90% in the fourday shopping festival that ends today. There’s, of course, a price to pay for — or, rather, a cost to be incurred by — those offering the goodies: the... Read more
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