May 25, 2013

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-RPT-UPDATE 1-US audit regulator reaches deal with China on document access
Reuters
Sat May 25, 2013 2:54am EDT. * U.S.-China deal reached after years of negotiations. * Deal will pave way for auditor enforcement actions. * U.S. had been blocked from probing Chinese audit failures. By Dena Aubin and Sarah N. Lynch. NEW YORK, May 24 ...
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Turbine Plans Unnerve Fans of Condors in California
New York Times
The California condor's slow 20-year climb back from the brink of extinction has long been a fragile not-quite-success story in the conservation world. So when the news came on Friday that developers of a wind-energy project near the Mojave Desert would ...
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Japanese Lab Workers Exposed to Low Levels of Radiation
New York Times
TOKYO — As many as 55 workers at a national laboratory may have been exposed to low levels of radiation after an experiment overheated, releasing radioactive particles into the air, the agency operating the lab said Saturday. World Twitter Logo.
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Leonard Marsh dies at 80; cofounder and former CEO of Snapple
Los Angeles Times
Leonard Marsh, a window washer from Brooklyn who struck it rich after he and two of his boyhood pals created a soft drink called Snapple, has died. He was 80. Marsh, Snapple's former chief executive, died Tuesday at his home in Manhasset, N.Y., his family ...
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Citizen heroes: Restoring life to Hurricane Sandy victims
Fox News
Seven months after Hurricane Sandy ravaged the New Jersey Shore, destroying homes and dramatically upending lives, the tourist towns dotting the coast have ramped up repairs which are nearly complete as the summer tourist begins. But for many of the ...
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The new parking-meter deal: Break it apart or throw it out
Chicago Tribune
Chicago Parking Meters LLC rolled us once. In 2008, the company struck a deal with Mayor Richard Daley and a compliant City Council that gave it control of meter revenue for 75 years in exchange for what's now universally recognized as an astonishingly ...
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Racing away to Margaritaville
Philly.com
DAVID MAIALETTI / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER John Hanshew , of Arlington, Va., is a Jimmy Buffett fan. We know because he's pedaling toward Margaritaville in AC . . . and because we hear he's a big fan of parrots. DAVID MAIALETTI / STAFF ...
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Giants' ballpark workers go on one-day strike
San Francisco Chronicle
(05-25) 13:51 PDT San Francisco -- More than 700 concession workers at AT&T Park staged a one-day strike at Saturday's San Francisco Giants game against the Colorado Rockies, as a way to express their complaints about stagnant wages and potential ...
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Billionaire Backlash as Hedge Fund Investor Slams Working Moms
ABC News
moms and money. A well known hedge fund billionaire and now the back lash after saying working moms can't cut it in his world of high finance. Here's linzie janis. Repter: One of the richest and... See More. moms and money. A well known hedge fund ...
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Protesters around the world march against Monsanto
USA TODAY
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Protesters rallied in dozens of cities Saturday as part of a global protest against seed giant Monsanto and the genetically modified food it produces, organizers said. Organizers said "March Against Monsanto" protests were held in 52 ...
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Japan's Abe to Offer Myanmar 40 Billion Yen New Aid, Jiji Says
Bloomberg
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will offer Myanmar 40 billion yen ($395 million) of new funds and exempt about 200 billion yen of delinquent debt when he meets President Thein Sein today, Jiji Press reported without citing anyone. As Myanmar's largest ...
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Proxy firms still powerful and free
National Post
From trouble with securities regulators, to a failed high-stakes attempt to shake up the board at Wall Street giant JP Morgan Chase & Co. and a rising chorus of complaints they wield too much power — shareholder proxy firms appear to be under attack.
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Letters: CEO for hire
Los Angeles Times
Re "Dimon retains role as chairman," Business, May 22. So, JPMorgan Chase & Co. lost $6 billion in an embarrassing trading episode on Jamie Dimon's watch as chairman and chief executive officer. JPMorgan shareholders, elect me as your chairman and ...
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Mortgage loan relief slow in coming, analysis shows
The Seattle Times
Banking-industry officials and regulators say the scale and complexity of the settlements have grown over the years, making them difficult to execute quickly. By Danielle Douglas. The Washington Post ...
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Girl Who Scolded McDonald's CEO Not...
ABC News
Hannah Robertson, the 9-year-old girl who grilled Don Thompson, the CEO of McDonald's Corp., at a shareholder meeting for marketing fast food to children said she wasn't impressed with his response. "I don't think he answered it very well, because he just ...
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Wall St week ahead: investors look for signs in the rally's break
The News International
NEW YORK: The U.S. stock market's break in its recent rally this week left investors wondering if they're seeing a turning point or just a blip in the upward path. Next week could make it harder to figure out, considering that the long Memorial Day weekend ...
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Area farmers markets offer local flavors
Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
As the growing season has begun in the area, local communities will soon be offering locally grown produce, baked good and other locally produced products at farmers markets. Some also offer live entertainment. The following is a list of the markets in the ...
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Visa, Mastercard ask court to rule 'swipe' fees legal
AFP
NEW YORK — US credit card giants Visa and Mastercard sued retailers that rejected a multibillion-dollar settlement over transaction fees and asked the court to rule the fee practices weren't illegal. The latest legal maneuver comes after years of legal battles ...
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Feds pull plug on Kentucky uranium plant, won't affect Piketon plant
Chillicothe Gazette
FRANKFORT, KY. — The operator of a Cold War-era plant in western Kentucky that supplies enriched uranium to nuclear power plants said Friday it planned to cease production after federal energy officials decided to end its work, putting more than 1,000 ...
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'Imperative' to set up new bank body: Draghi
gulfnews.com
Frankfurt: European Central Bank President Mario Draghi says it's "imperative" to create an agency with powers to restructure busted banks so that Europe can leave its economic and financial crisis behind. Draghi said the step would keep troubled banks ...
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Raw milk farmer acquitted on 3 of 4 counts
77Square.com
Loganville dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger, seen here during a break in his trial last week, was acquitted early Saturday of three of the four charges against him. Enlarge Photo. BARABOO — A Wisconsin dairy farmer was acquitted early Saturday on three of ...
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Government Loans Available After Severe April Storms
The Missourian
Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Franklin County residents and business owners affected by severe storms in April. The U.S. Small Business Administration announced this week that Jefferson County and surrounding counties qualify for the ...
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City National Bank of Florida to be sold to Chile's Bci
Sun-Sentinel
City National Bank of Florida, which has offices in Broward and Palm Beach counties, has agreed to be sold to Chile's third-largest bank, Banco de Credito e Inversiones (Bci), the banks announced Friday. Bci agreed to buy the Miami-based community bank ...
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500 Club: Get the scoop on yogurt
La Crosse Tribune
Yogurt is one of the oldest processed foods, with evidence of its creation going back about 7,000 years. It is commonly used in cuisine in India, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In the past decade, Americans have drastically increased their yogurt ...
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China's Lenovo outshines Hewlitt-Packard, other PC rivals
Kingston Daily Freeman
HONG KONG - Lenovo Group Ltd's bold acquisitions in its flagship PC business, a foray into mobile gadgets, and a relatively light debt load are setting it apart from PC rivals as industry shipments take their steepest fall in decades. Lenovo, a sliver away from ...
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Beef wars: Mexico, Canada slam new US meat labeling rules
natmonitor.com
Should Mexico and Canada be upset or are the new rules going to work in their favor? National Monitor, Lance Tillson | May 25, 2013. Tweet. The beef wars have only just begun. Reuters reports that Mexico is extremely upset over new U.S. meat labeling ...
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Why I'm optimistic that Abercrombie & Fitch learned a big lesson
The Guardian
Mike Jeffries, Abercrombie & Fitch's CEO, is having a bad couple of weeks. He's become the subject of global ire after comments he made in 2006 suggesting larger people are unfit to wear his brand resurfaced in a Business Insider article. The piece focused ...
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Tax holiday for storm prep items
KTBS
Hurricane season starts on June 1st. That's not too far away, and even worse, this year is expected to be hurricane busy. The State of Louisiana wants you to get prepared. You're getting a hand with the Hurricane Preparedness State Sales Tax Holiday.
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Stockholm Riots Leave Sweden's Dreams Of ... - Business Insider
By Colin Freeman
LIKE the millions of other ordinary Swedes whom he now sees himself as one of, Mohammed Abbas fears his dream society is now under threat. When he first arrived in Stockholm as refugee from Iran in 1994, the vast Husby council estate ...
Business Insider
F.T.C. eyes new antitrust inquiry into Google's online display ad ...
By Xeni Jardin
F.T.C. eyes new antitrust inquiry into Google's online display ad business. Xeni Jardin at 7:21 am Sat, May 25, 2013. Antitrust investigators at the Federal Trade Commission are looking into whether Google is abusing its market dominance in ...
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Business Insider: advice for college grads - Business Insider
By Aimee Groth and Max Nisen
What we wish people had told us when we left school.
Business Insider
Exclusive Windows Phone Features - Business Insider
By Steve Kovach
Here's a breakdown of the best features found in Windows Phones.
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Nashua's Evolution nightclub open for business - Nashua Telegraph
By [email protected] (The Nashua Telegraph)
NASHUA – The auction at the Evolution Entertainment Complex, 522 Amherst St., on Tuesday is.
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Patching your business, Yahoo breach, Google Glass, DDoS-for-hire
By Paul Ducklin
Our 60 Second Security videos are back! We're aiming for a weekly roundup that's quick, fun and useful. But there is a serious side: security anecdotes to use in your own "elevator advocacy."
Naked Security
Memorial Day celebration open at Willshire business - WANE.com
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Merkel: business must fight immigrant prejudice - The Local
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday called on Germans to fight prejudice against immigrants ahead of next week's integration summit.
The Local - Germany's news in English
Dion Nash bowls into the male grooming business | Stuff.co.nz
By Fiona Rotherham
Former international cricketer Dion Nash's biggest investment these days is in his 3-year-old start-up Triumph&Disaster.
Stuff.co.nz - Business
Decent Business Class Deals to Buenos Aires- From $1,787 ...
By The Points Guy
This weekend I'm not traveling – which means I'm at home jealously looking at my friends' Facebook pictures of their holiday weekend jaunts. It also means I'm booking trips for myself, or at least researching good fares and uses of miles (like ...
The Points Guy
Malawi targets top 100 in World Banks's ease of doing business ...
By thomas
Malawi has said by 2014 it aims at getting into the top 100 of the Ease of Doing Business Index, a survey annually done by the World Bank. Trade and Industry minister of the Sub-Saharan nation Sausten Gwengwe said government is doing ...
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Stabbing at Regent Ave. business | Home | Winnipeg Sun
A suspect has been arrested after a stabbing at a Regent Avenue business Saturday.
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Buddies hope co. brews up business revival in Attleboro | Boston ...
"We want to be kind of a face or something that can be assimilated to Attleboro and show people that the small businesses are what is going to bring our city ...
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After Superstorm Sandy: Jersey Shore 'open for business ...
Sister Cecile, front left, walks with Sister Peter along the beach in Sea Isle City, N.J. The sisters were taking a day trip to the ocean from the Little Sisters of the ...
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Turning federal tax credits into rural jobs - The Boston Globe
A low-profile financial firm in Portland, Maine has achieved almost Zen-like mastery over the art of using an obscure federal tax credit program to spur private ...
www.bostonglobe.com/business/2013/05/.../story.html
Business Milestones - Winston-Salem Journal: Business Milestones
Erica Taylor Cousin has been named to the board of the American Association of Professional Coders. Cousin is the Medicare/Medicaid patient account ...
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