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Puerto Rico Postpones Debt Plan

Puerto Rico Postpones Debt Plan

by Dreamer since 14 hours in Business via nytimes.com

Citing time lost to a tropical storm, the government put off by one week a plan for a “negotiated moratorium” on $72 billion of debt.

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Chris Christie Proposes Tracking Immigrants the Way FedEx Tracks Packages

Chris Christie Proposes Tracking Immigrants the Way FedEx Tracks Packages

by Dreamer since 14 hours in Business via nytimes.com

Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey said if he became president he would combat illegal immigration by creating a way to track foreign visitors and...

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Suzuki Motor says to buy back VW stake as tribunal settles long feud

Suzuki Motor says to buy back VW stake as tribunal settles long feud

by MiWhite since 14 hours in Business via reuters.com

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp said on Sunday it will buy back the 19.9 percent stake it sold to Volkswagen AG after an international...

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ÇİN’ Devalüasyonu Tekrar Edebilir

ÇİN’ Devalüasyonu Tekrar Edebilir

by Morgager since 9 hours in Business via com.tr

Nasıl mı? FED ’in Faiz artırım kararını geciktirmesi ÇİN tarafında olumsuzluklar yaratıyor. ÇİN ‘ in parasının değerli olması ihracatını olumsuz...

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Boeing uses its clout to control supplier consolidation

Boeing uses its clout to control supplier consolidation

by MiWhite since 8 hours in Business via reuters.com

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Berkshire Hathaway Inc's $37 billion deal for aerospace supplier Precision Castparts Corp is encouraging investors to...

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Inquiry into restaurant tipping abuse

Inquiry into restaurant tipping abuse

by cherry56 since 7 hours in Business via co.uk

The abuse of tipping by restaurants is to be the subject of an investigation launched by Business Secretary Sajid Javid.

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The Haggler: Rousting the Book Pirates From Google

The Haggler: Rousting the Book Pirates From Google

by Dreamer since 14 hours in Business via nytimes.com

A writer finds her e-book in Google Play with a different author’s name on the cover, revealing Google’s slow response to complaints of pirated works.

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Tycoon to the rescue as cheaper China floods Vietnam's economy

Tycoon to the rescue as cheaper China floods Vietnam's economy

by MiWhite since 20 hours in Business via reuters.com

HANOI (Reuters) - Soldier-turned-tycoon Nguyen Huu Duong is a fierce patriot still fighting to protect his country, four decades after battling...

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'I often buy for myself, but I have also bought to resell for a profit':

'I often buy for myself, but I have also bought to resell for a profit':

by flatline since 8 hours in Business via co.uk

Kara Gammell looks at how you can pick up a bargain by attending an auction of anything from unclaimed luggage to goods seized by the police....

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VW and Suzuki settle four-year dispute

VW and Suzuki settle four-year dispute

by cherry56 since 6 hours in Business via co.uk

The International Chamber of Commerce rules that VW should sell its stake in Suzuki, ending a four-year dispute between over their failed partnership.

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Cutting the Cord: Rabbit TV brings free streaming video to Facebook

Cutting the Cord: Rabbit TV brings free streaming video to Facebook

by darknight since 8 hours in Business via usatoday.com

Rabbit TV is bringing a free version of its streaming video service to Facebook.       

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TONY HETHERINGTON: Between the Rock and a hard place in binary fiasco

TONY HETHERINGTON: Between the Rock and a hard place in binary fiasco

by flatline since 8 hours in Business via co.uk

I was recruited to Lbinary, a binary options trading firm. I invested £300 which I lost. I decided binary options were not for me, but Lbinary...

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Optimistic About Inflation, Stanley Fischer Suggests That Fed Will Stick to

Optimistic About Inflation, Stanley Fischer Suggests That Fed Will Stick to

by Dreamer on 30.08.15 in Business via nytimes.com

The remarks of the Federal Reserve’s vice chairman were highly anticipated after days of turmoil in financial markets that raised questions about...

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Bank of England testing banks to measure resilience in face of collapse in

Bank of England testing banks to measure resilience in face of collapse in

by flatline on 30.08.15 in Business via co.uk

House prices drop 20 per cent and the UK economy suffer a dip as big as the early 1980s recession, if an official model designed to forecast the...

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‘Through the recession banks closed their doors to businesses like mine

‘Through the recession banks closed their doors to businesses like mine

by flatline on 30.08.15 in Business via co.uk

Investors terrified of global stock market falls, but also disappointed with pathetic cash savings rates, are hunting for a happy medium. Enter...

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JON REES: George Osborne should put us out of our misery as soon as he can

JON REES: George Osborne should put us out of our misery as soon as he can

by flatline on 30.08.15 in Business via co.uk

The cost of legal actions and fines will have been factored into RBS’s share price, so Osborne got the best deal he could when he sold the first...

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What employers can (and can’t) do to protect you

What employers can (and can’t) do to protect you

by darknight on 30.08.15 in Business via usatoday.com

Employers can’t reveal an ex-worker’s psychological issues, but threatening behavior is another matter.       

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Unclaimed assets: Are you missing money?

Unclaimed assets: Are you missing money?

by darknight on 30.08.15 in Business via usatoday.com

Even those consumers meticulous about budgets could have missing cash lingering in a state property fund.       

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On Work: Galloping Away to a Place Beyond Words

On Work: Galloping Away to a Place Beyond Words

by Dreamer on 30.08.15 in Business via nytimes.com

Every Thursday, a Spanish interpreter leaves the bustling city behind to spend an afternoon volunteering as a mounted National Park Service patroller.

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Exclusive: Russia's Kaspersky threatened to 'rub out' rival, email shows

Exclusive: Russia's Kaspersky threatened to 'rub out' rival, email shows

by MiWhite on 29.08.15 in Business via reuters.com

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - In 2009, Eugene Kaspersky, co-founder of one of the world's top security companies, told some of his lieutenants that...

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