May 29, 2013

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IMF cuts China growth forecast to 7.75%
Financial Times
BEIJING, May 29 – The International Monetary Fund cut its growth forecast for China this year to 7.75 per cent from 8 per cent, citing a weak world economy and exports, adding to concerns that the world's second-largest economy is losing momentum.
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Asian Stocks Advance With Japan on US Optimism; Aussie Weakens
Bloomberg
Asian stocks climbed, led by Japan, after improving U.S. consumer confidence and home-price data bolstered optimism in the world's largest economy. The Australian dollar weakened against all its peers as gold rose. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index added 0.6 ...
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Joe Bogus Account Said to Show Liberty Reserve's Evasive Design
Businessweek
Liberty Reserve SA, whose operators are charged with running a scheme that masked more than $6 billion of criminal proceeds, was designed to help users evade scrutiny, U.S. prosecutors said. The digital currency company, unlike traditional banks or ...
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'Comfort women' comment raises concerns about Japanese nationalism
CNN
Tokyo, Japan (CNN) -- The Japanese government was quick to distance itself from Toru Hashimoto, mayor of Osaka, after his comments on the apparent necessity of "comfort women" caused an international storm. Many of his political allies also did the same.
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Weil, Cravath, Fried Frank, Skadden: Business of Law
Bloomberg
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP advised Fidelity National Financial Inc. (FNF), the largest U.S. title insurer, on an agreement to buy its former unit, Lender Processing Services Inc. (LPS) Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP advised LPS. Weil's deal team was led by ...
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Oil price falls below $95 a barrel after parting ways with stocks amid ample ...
Fox News
BANGKOK – The price of oil fell below $95 a barrel Wednesday, parting ways with rising stock markets, as ample supplies keep buying appetite in check. Benchmark oil for July delivery was down 16 cents to $94.85 per barrel at midday Bangkok time in ...
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Fannie, Freddie Regulator Reaches Settlement With Citigroup
Wall Street Journal
The federal regulator for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac reached a settlement with Citigroup Inc. over a lawsuit in which the government was seeking unspecified damages regarding mortgage bonds sold to the bailed-out mortgage companies, according to a ...
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Low highway bridges
The Seattle Times
Washington state has seven other highway bridges with clearances as low as the I-5 Skagit River bridge, where an overheight load destroyed one of four spans last week. That fact suggests that without tougher oversight of cross-state hauling, the same kind ...
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SoftBank-Sprint Deal Clears Security Hurdle
Wall Street Journal
SoftBank Corp. of Japan and Sprint Nextel Corp. of the U.S. have reached an agreement in principle with the U.S. government on a plan designed to protect national security as the two companies seek to close their $20 billion takeover deal, said people ...
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Nuclear power plants shut down over fudged reports and shaky cables
The Hankyoreh
Nuclear power has run into another hitch. This time, the problem is Shingori reactor 2 and Sinwolseong reactor 1. An investigation revealed that the safety of the control cables used at these reactors had not met the required standards during the testing ...
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Treasury Yields Hit Highest Level in More Than a Year
Wall Street Journal
U.S. Treasury bonds posted heavy losses, propelling yields to the highest level in more than a year, as global stock markets rebounded amid central bankers' pledges for more monetary easing. At 3 p.m. New York trading, benchmark 10-year Treasury notes ...
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Teco Energy Agrees to Buy New Mexico Gas For $750 Million
Wall Street Journal
Teco Energy Inc. (TE) has agreed to buy New Mexico Gas Co. for $750 million in stock, a deal that significantly boosts the energy company's customer base and increases its footprint in New Mexico. "We are adding 50% to our customer base in a single ...
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Canadian Solar soars after posting smaller 1Q loss
Businessweek
NEW YORK (AP) — Canadian Solar Inc.'s U.S. shares soared before Tuesday's opening bell after the company posted a much narrower first-quarter loss than a year ago. In premarket trading, Canadian Solar shares jumped $2.09, or 24 percent, to $10.70.
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Riding the new rail
Houston Chronicle
The first METRORail train to travel the new North/Red Line extension was tugged along the track by a special railcar mover as METRO started testing clearance on the 5.3 mile line. 1of14. View All ...
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Utilities Weigh a Turn to the Sun
Wall Street Journal
Some of the largest U.S. users of coal are thinking about getting into the solar-power business. Enlarge Image. image. Close. image. Bloomberg News. Utilities that have traditionally burned coal are exploring the rooftop-solar business. Pictured, AEP barges ...
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II. Abolish the IRS As We Know It and Strength the Federal System
Ideal Taxes Association
The scandalous misuse of the power of the IRS bureaucracy requires more than legislation requiring political neutrality in its administration. The personal and corporate income tax codes have increased in size and complexity enormously. The size of the ...
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Weatherford wants review of latest Citizens deal
Sun-Sentinel
Despite a barrage of scrutiny questioning the $52 million agreement to shift some 60,000 policies from Citizens Property Insurance Corp. to a private company, the state-backed insurer's top executives are standing behind the deal announced last week.
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Appeals court won't ease way for Kan. coal plant
Albany Times Union
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A federal appeals court in Washington refused Tuesday to clear an obstacle to the construction of a new coal-fired power plant in southwest Kansas. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia rejected a ...
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Two Mercer County gas stations sued for selling aviation fuel instead of gasoline
The Times of Trenton - NJ.com
Two Mercer County gas stations are among six being sued by the state for allegedly selling aviation fuel to drivers who thought they were filling their tanks with gasoline, the Attorney General's Office said yesterday. The Lukoil at 2515 Brunswick Pike in ...
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German rail testing drones to fight vandalism
Businessweek
BERLIN (AP) — Germany's national railway operator will soon be flying small drones over its tracks, bridges and stations to keep a watchful eye out for vandals spraying graffiti. Deutsche Bahn said Tuesday some 14,000 incidents of graffiti were reported in ...
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Retailers, Credit Card Companies Sue Each Other Over Swipe Fee Settlement
Budget & Tax News
Steve Stanek. Steve Stanek ([email protected]) is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing... (read full bio) · EMAIL · Print · Email. Related Stories. Younger People Borrow More Heavily, Repay More Slowly: Report. January 22, 2013 ...
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Ad fatigue affects UK Facebook users
BizReport
yougov logo.png According to Pew's recent research, the frequency of teen social media usage in the U.S. may have plateaued. The number of teen social media users who check in several times each day hasn't changed significantly since 2011. However ...
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Teamsters Seek American Air Election With Outsourcing a Key Issue
TheStreet.com
WASHINGTON, D.C. (TheStreet) -- Three weeks after calling for a union election among mechanics at US Airways (LCC), the Teamsters said Tuesday they have done the same at American Airlines (AAMRQ.PK). Victories in both elections would enable the ...
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Abercrombie & Fitch offensive on more than one front
The University of Alabama Crimson White
When Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries explained why his store doesn't carry women's clothes larger than size 10, he may have explained more about his brand than he wanted consumers to know. "A lot of people want to market to everyone," Jeffries ...
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Bridge spans 2 states' economic, transit interests
La Crosse Tribune
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new St. Croix River bridge is the culmination of lengthy political struggles and lawsuits over the project that connects Minnesota and Wisconsin's economic and transit interests. U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar says a lot of people ...
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Protesters in Atlanta speak out against drones
News 12 Westchester
Photo credit: AP | Demonstrators protest against the use of drones outside the International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Tuesday, May 28, 2013, in Atlanta. Conference organizers say the gathering allows ...
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Car-share nonprofit I-Go acquired by Enterprise
MarketWatch
CHICAGO (MarketWatch) -- Just months after national car-sharing leader Zipcar was snapped up by Avis Budget Group (NASDAQ:CAR) , the Chicago-based nonprofit I-Go CarSharing has agreed to a takeover by Enterprise Holdings. The I-Go sale is slated ...
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UT San Diego closes Californian supplement
KTVU San Francisco
U-T San Diego has announced that on Tuesday it stopped publication of the Californian, a onetime newspaper covering Temecula and southern Riverside County that had become a daily section within the U-T. U-T San Diego acquired the Californian as part ...
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Blogs12 new results for Business
 
Top Countries On OECD Better Life Index - Business Insider
By Meredith Galante
girl hood happy For a good chance at a happy life, head to Australia, which one again topped the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's Better Life Index, which looks at the quality of life in member countries. The (OECD) ...
The Life
Facebook #FBRape Ad Boycott - Business Insider
By Laura Stampler
Facebook has long allowed content endorsing violence against women. They claim that these pages fall under the "humor" part of their guidelines, or are expressions of "free speech." But Facebook has proven willing to crack down on other ...
Business Insider
The Ad Campaign: Catsimatidis Emphasizes Business Background ...
By By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM
Eager to increase his name recognition, John A. Catsimatidis commissioned this highly biographical 60-second ad which will be shown on cable and broadcast television.
City Room
The most powerful women in business -- then and now - Fortune ...
By Fortune Editors
A 1973 Fortune list of the top-ranking women in business shows what has changed -- and what hasn't.
Fortune Management & Career Blog
Tim Cook At The D Conference - Business Insider
By Jay Yarow
10:22 PM | First question is about mobile ad money. Cook: We got in that business to help developers make money. Developers are making 3X on iOS than Android. Mobile ads still aren't large enough to be a core business.
SAI
Of Course a Musician Has a Music Box Business Card - Gizmodo
By Andrew Liszewski
It's probably one of the most expensive ways to promote yourself we've ever seen, but there's no doubt that experimental musician Richard Eigner's music box business cards leave a lasting impression on whoever's lucky enough to receive ...
Gizmodo
These Guys Make The Best Damn Trailers In The Business - Kotaku
By Luke Plunkett
They don't use expensive pre-rendered cinematics. They don't license famous old songs. They don't play on TV during the NBA playoffs. But that doesn't matter. Niche PC publisher Paradox Interactive still makes the best video game trailers in ...
Kotaku
This Week in Small Business: Be a Plumber - NYTimes.com
By By GENE MARKS
Intuit sees "small-business strength." Groupon has a giant cat in a spaceship. Restaurants and real estate take off. A study says teenagers are migrating from Facebook to Twitter. Are you dissatisfied with your Web presence?
You're the Boss
"Blue Is The Warmest Color" Wins Palm d'Or 2013 - Business Insider
By Aly Weisman
The controversial "La Vie d'Adele" just won the highest honor at Cannes, the Palme d'Or. Just like it has done for the past 66 years, the 2013 Cannes Film Festival came to a close Sunday — but this year, something was different. The winner of ...
Business Insider
Watch The Lexus IS350 F Sport On The Track - Business Insider
By Alex Davies
Lexus is getting ready to introduce the latest generation of its IS sports sedans, and the lineup, including the IS250 and IS350, looks great. The star of the show is the IS350 F Sport — a car that took the crown in Car and Driver's recent Sports ...
Business Insider
Dwyane Wade Not Suspended After Cheap Shot [GIF] - Business ...
By Cork Gaines
Is the NBA allowing one of their star players to play dirty?
Sports Page
Shady Trading Before Consumer Confidence - Business Insider
By Linette Lopez
But a quarter of a second before the number was out and euphoria set in, there was some shady trading going on in the SPDR S&P Sector ETF (SPY), the e-Mini (electronically traded futures), and in hundreds of stocks, according to Nanex, ...
Money Game

Web5 new results for Business
 
Chicago area served heaping helping of frozen yogurt business ...
At the Forever Yogurt store in Chicago's Bucktown neighborhood, customers can take their pick of more than 40 toppings, from fresh fruits and nuts to cookies, ...
articles.chicagotribune.com/.../ct-biz-0528-frozen-yogurt-upst...
Small business owners offer health perks - Huffington Post
Small business owners continue to struggle to provide traditional health care benefits to their workers, but some are providing other unusual perks as an ...
www.huffingtonpost.com/.../us-small-business-benefits/?...
Building a business by giving brides what they want - NorthJersey.com
Nancy Lee of Alpine is president of MyRegistry.com, a universal gift registry website with 27 employees based in Fort Lee.
www.northjersey.com/.../209295821_Building_a_business_by...
Deputy President William Ruto heads to Japan for business meet ...
Deputy President William Ruto is expected to lead a Kenyan delegation to a business meeting in Japan Wednesday.
www.nation.co.ke/News/politics/Ruto.../-/index.html
Outlook 2013 Calender not syncing with GMAIL business account ...
Categories: Report an issue : Managing Settings and Mail : Internet Explorer : Outlook 2013 Calender not syncing with GMAIL business account. Showing 1-1 of ...
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