May 19, 2013

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Insight: The road to a greener America is littered with road-kill
Reuters
By Nichola Groom. LOS ANGELES | Mon May 20, 2013 1:05am EDT. LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - In October 2004, then California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger rolled up to a pioneering fueling station at Los Angeles International Airport in a ...
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China's red-hot property market shows no signs of slowing
CNN
Property prices continued to rise last month in China, defying policymakers who have sought to cool the housing market while preserving robust economic growth. Housing prices rose in 68 of 70 Chinese cities in April when compared to the previous month, ...
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Yahoo seeks turnaround with $1.1-billion deal to buy Tumblr
Los Angeles Times
SAN FRANCISCO — Yahoo Inc. Chief Executive Marissa Mayer is attempting a bold — and risky — strategy to turn around the struggling Internet giant with the $1.1-billion acquisition of Tumblr, a trendy social blogging service popular with teens and young ...
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Dollar Down Vs Yen in Asia but Recoups Some Earlier Losses
Wall Street Journal
The dollar was lower against the yen in Asia Monday, but recouped some earlier losses triggered by remarks Sunday from a Japanese cabinet suggesting the yen's correction from excessive strength was nearly over. The greenback tumbled to as low as ...
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United to Restart 787 Flights on Monday
ABC News
United Airlines is getting its 787s back in the air. The planes are returning after being grounded for four months by the federal government because of smoldering batteries on 787s owned by other airlines. The incidents included an emergency landing of one ...
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NZ Says China Refusal of Meat Imports Is 'Short-Term Hiccup'
Bloomberg
China's refusal to allow New Zealand meat to leave its ports is a "short-term hiccup" relating to documentation and doesn't affect the two nations' trading relationship, Prime Minister John Key said. New Zealand officials are providing Chinese authorities with ...
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Price of oil falls below $96 per barrel as traders await data, Fed chief Bernanke's ...
Washington Post
BANGKOK — The price of oil fell Monday ahead of the release later this week of economic data from the U.S. and China, the world's two largest economies, and a speech by the Federal Reserve chief. Benchmark crude for June delivery was down 25 cents to ...
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HK Stocks to Double by End-2015: Morgan Stanley
CNBC.com
Jonathan Garner, MD & Chief Asia and Emerging Market Equity Strategist, Morgan Stanley explains his bullish stance on the Hong Kong benchmark index. Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng stock index may be one of Asia's laggards, but Morgan Stanley ...
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Public Outrage Over Factory Conditions Spurs Labor Deal
New York Times
STOCKHOLM — For a global retailer, it was the worst kind of publicity. Enlarge This Image. Munir Uz Zaman/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. The Swedish retail giant is the largest buyer of clothes from Bangladeshi factories like the one above.
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Aussie, Kiwi Rebound Versus Dollar on Sign Currencies Oversold
Bloomberg
The Australian and New Zealand dollars gained for the first time in three days against the greenback as technical indicators signaled the South Pacific currencies may be oversold. The so-called Aussie rebounded from the lowest in almost a year before ...
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Banks at risk if Scotland becomes independent
Irish Independent
DOMESTIC banks in an independent Scotland would be too big to be rescued in a crisis, it was revealed yesterday. Also in this section. Austerity is dead: markets bet on red · Facebook IPO: investors yet to signal whether they are 'fans' · Grayken feels heat to ...
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Mexico cuts 2013 growth forecast to 3.1pc - Pakistan Observer
Pakistan Observer
Monday, May 20, 2013 - Mexico City— Mexico cut its 2013 growth forecast after the economy expanded less than expected in the first quarter due to slumping industrial production and near stagnant exports. Latin America's second biggest economy after ...
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US NABE May Surv:Economists See Less Infl,Better Consmr Spendg
MNI News
WASHINGTON (MNI) - While economists surveyed in May by the National Association for Business Economics still believe the U.S. economy will grow by 2.4% in 2013 and 3.0% in 2014, unchanged from their February's estimates, they now believe there will ...
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Housing market: the rule of bad ideas
The Guardian
Hats off to Mervyn King. By voicing his doubts about the government's £130bn gamble on the housing market, the outgoing Bank of England governor has restarted a vital debate. George Osborne's proposal in the March budget to guarantee mortgages has ...
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Treat and reuse oil and gas wastewater? No
Denver Post
Clarified effluent water, on the left, and water still going through the dissolved air flotation process, right, which clarifies wastewater by the removal of suspended matter such as oil or solids. This is the first stage of treatment at High Sierra Water Services plant ...
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Ascott Signs its First Property in Saudi Arabia - ASIA Travel Tips.com
ASIATravelTips.com
The 230-unit Ascott Olaya Riyadh is slated to open near the King Abdullah Financial District in 2015. Ascott Olaya Riyadh is just five minutes from the highly anticipated King Abdullah Financial District. Touted as the new financial centre of Riyadh, the district ...
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Olive oil jugs and dipping bowls banned from restaurant tables by European ...
Metro
Olive oil jugs and dipping bowls will be banned from restaurant tables from next year following a controversial ruling by the European Commission. From January 1, restaurants will only be able to serve olive oil in pre-packaged, tamper-proof, factory bottles ...
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Delta CEO plans to add jobs in NE Minnesota
KTTC
VIRGINIA, Minn. (AP) - The chief executive of Delta Air Lines says he plans to add jobs at the carrier's reservation center in the northeastern Minnesota city of Chisholm. CEO Richard Anderson tells the Mesabi Daily News of Virginia, Minn., ...
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Social media: What's in it for me?
Times of India
What is the business objective of social media? Community building and highlighting company news, according to the Ernst & Young's new report titled 'Social Media Marketing-India Trends Study 2013,' are the top reasons organisations in India use social ...
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What government takes, young people can't save
Daily Mail - Charleston
The Pew Charitable Trusts announced last week that younger Americans face downward economic mobility in retirement. The report estimates that Generation Xers, those born between 1966 and 1975, will be able to replace just half their pre-retirement ...
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Treasury Deploys 'Extraordinary Measures' as Borrowing Cap Hits - Newsmax.com
Newsmax.com
The Treasury Department is employing special measures limiting spending so that the federal government can keep paying its bills after the nation reached its borrowing limit last week. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told Congress on Friday that he was ready ...
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People are Drawing the Wrong Lesson from the IRS 501(c)(4) Scandal: We ...
EconoMonitor (blog)
President Obama is shocked and angered that the IRS targeted certain conservative organizations for special scrutiny when they applied for 501(c)(4) tax exemptions as "social welfare" organizations. Republicans are just as shocked. The whole Washington ...
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Flights resume at Cairo Airport after strike
Ahram Online
Flights have resumed at Cairo Airport's Terminal 3 after workers ended their strike over the death of a colleague, an official has told Ahram Online. Terminal 3 was brought to a standstill from late Saturday until dawn Sunday when baggage handlers stopped ...
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North Carolina enacts wind bill
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Governor Pat McCrory has signed a bill that creates a legal framework for development of wind farms in North Carolina, which presently has no capacity despite good onshore wind resource in mountainous regions and near the Atlantic coast. "This law will ...
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Knucklehead of the Week: Mike Jeffries
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
You're forgiven for not knowing Mike Jeffries before this. He's the hyper-Botoxed CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch, who sparked a boycott last week with republished comments that made him sound like the worst kid in your high school. In 2006, Jeffries described ...
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Foxwoods Seeks Financial Win With Mass. Casino
WBUR
HARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut's Foxwoods Resort Casino faces daunting hurdles as it joins a crowded race for the lucrative destination resort business in Massachusetts. It's been grappling with falling revenue and significant debt at its eastern ...
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Year after uproar, Dakota Dunes-based BPI still struggles
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. --- A year ago, more than 700 Beef Products Inc. workers collected their final paychecks. In the aftermath of a fast-spreading controversy that ignited a consumer backlash against its Lean Finely Textured Beef, BPI was forced to shutter ...
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Jarring Ads About Texting And Driving - Business Insider
By Dominic Green
Because pretty much everyone is likely to do it. Drunk driving has very obvious consequences. Currently, texting while driving doesn't seem like as big a deal to most people (especially teens). But advertisers — from local police departments to ...
Advertising
Why Jamie Dimon Could Lose Chairmanship - Business Insider
By Linette Lopez
As you read, shareholders of JP Morgan are deciding if CEO Jamie Dimon will keep his job as he knows it. Dimon, widely considered the most powerful banker in the country, holds the positions of both CEO and chairman of JP Morgan's board ...
Business Insider
Why Gold Is Crashing - Business Insider
By Joe Weisenthal
It's shaping up to be another rough day for fans of precious metals, especially silver. More broadly, silver and gold have been getting poleaxed in recent weeks and months. How come? Sam Ro earlier posted a chart from Credit Suisse, which ...
Clusterstock
Business Beat - Spokesman.com - May 19, 2013
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field negro: Telling black folk's business.
By field negro
Telling black folk's business. President Obama was at Dr. King's alma mater today, and he had some strong words for the young men there. Some of you Negroes are saying that he was just having a Sistah Souljah moment at the expense of ...
field negro
New Research Initiative on Leveraging African Transmigrant ...
By Editor
May 20, 2013, Charlotte, North Carolina The Afribiz Foundation announced today a new research initiative, "African Entrepreneurs and Global Business."
The Afribiz Foundation
In Japan, the Rise of 'Geek Brands' - BoF - The Business of Fashion
By JapanConsuming
There are more single or childless Japanese men in their 30s and 40s than ever before. The affluent and well paid among them have the time and money to indulge their most esoteric whims, whether in hobbies or consumer goods. A host of ...
BoF - The Business of Fashion
Business finds a way to make it work | Sandusky Register
By Melissa Topey
But even with this bustling storefront, part of his business model relies on Ebay sales to widen his reach. His eBay activity accounts for about 10 percent of his annual revenue, although the importance here is measured in more than just dollars ...
Sandusky Register
Tips for starting a new business — The Punch - Nigeria's Most ...
By omosco
According to experts, starting a business is quite tasking because it requires serious planning. They, however, say the process can be fun and easy for people who take the time out to either consult professionals or carry out some form of ...
The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely...
Investors Attracted to Shares - money - business | Stuff.co.nz
By CATHERINE HARRIS
Kiwi investors are starting to shift their allegiance away from the safety of term deposits and closer to the sharemarket.
Stuff.co.nz - Business
Cheese Grater Business Card - Toxel.com
By Toxel.com
May 19th, 2013 | Tech |. Cheese Grater Business Card. Creative and innovative business card designed by JWT advertising agency for Bon Vivant cheese store in Brazil. Metal business card grates all kinds of delicious cheese and other food.
Toxel.com
Hmong Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce Business Award 05/19 by ...
The Hmong Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce 7th Annual Business Award. Nao Phan Xiong from Appleton is the winner of 2013 leadership award and Faidang Thao is the winner of 2013 business award. Reporting by Miss Hmong ...
Suab Hmong Radio | Blog Talk Radio Feed

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Hollywood Nation: Bieber's monkey business | Fox News Video
Pop star facing trouble over pet; Reese reunites with old co-star.
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Women's Business Center - Salt Lake Chamber
Membership Levels · Member Resources · Business Development Team · Small Business · Join Now · Introduction to the Chamber · Policy · 2013 Public Policy ...
www.slchamber.com/section/list/view/
Yahoo 'to buy Tumblr in $1.1bn deal' - Business - Al Jazeera English
US company reported to have agreed to buy blogging and social networking site in bid to attract younger user base.
www.aljazeera.com/business/.../201352043344556271.html
Mileageads Ad Network Now Invites Bloggers and Business Owners ...
Due to the extremely high return on investment of those in the Mesothelioma industry in online advertising, MileAgeAds.com is inviting these companies to ...
www.prweb.com/releases/2013/5/prweb10632043.htm
Plymouth trying to lift restrictions at business park Republican ...
PLYMOUTH -- The town, hoping to attract more employers, is working with the state to change restrictive covenants that allow only manufacturers to set up shop ...
www.rep-am.com/articles/2013/05/20/news/local/725377.txt
Yarmouth worries over power plant - Maine Business
YARMOUTH - The pending sale of Maine's largest power plant is expected to contribute to rising property taxes in Yarmouth, but town officials are more ...
www.pressherald.com/.../yarmouth-worries-over-power-plant_...


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