Jun 12, 2013

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Nikkei Enters Bear Market
Wall Street Journal
The Nikkei Stock Average tumbled into bear market territory Thursday. The WSJ's Jake Lee tells Deborah Kan why Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic program is facing fresh doubts. Markets across Asia suffered another bruising day as ...
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Budgets rebound but states to limit spending increases
Reuters
By Lisa Lambert. WASHINGTON | Thu Jun 13, 2013 12:06am EDT. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Most U.S. states are set to end this fiscal year in solid financial shape, but a report on Thursday said an array of threats including federal budget cuts and potential ...
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US House bill gives FHA ability to tighten reverse mortgages
Reuters
WASHINGTON, June 12 | Wed Jun 12, 2013 5:24pm EDT. WASHINGTON, June 12 (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday that would give new authority to the Federal Housing Administration to tighten terms for reverse ...
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Apollo Tyres Slumps After Deal to Acquire Cooper Tire
Bloomberg
Apollo Tyres Ltd. plunged the most in more than two decades in Mumbai trading after agreeing to acquire Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. for about $2.5 billion, the biggest by an Indian company in the U.S.. Apollo Tyres, based in Gurgaon, India, fell as much as 21 ...
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China shares hit 6-month low after holiday, Hong Kong sinks too
Reuters
Thu Jun 13, 2013 12:46am EDT. * HSI -2.7 pct, H-shares -3.7 pct, CSI300 -3.5 pct. * China indexes break below chart support in rising volumes. * Beijing unlikely to waver from policy positions: official media. * Merchants Bank set for worst A-share daily loss ...
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Oil down before U.S. retail sales, jobless data
MarketWatch
LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) — U.S. crude-oil prices traded lower Thursday ahead of reports about consumer and labor-market activity in the U.S., with implications for energy demand. Crude oil for July delivery fell 56 cents, or 0.6%, to $95.32 a barrel in ...
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Banks repossessing more homes as home prices rise
USA TODAY
Banks repossessed 11% more homes in May than in April, potentially a sign that they, too, want to unload homes in a strong market. Bank repossessions increased in 33 states, with some seeing a big jump, market researcher RealtyTrac reports. In North ...
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Timing of Stock Sales Favors Lululemon Insider
Wall Street Journal
Lululemon Athletica Inc. Chairman Dennis "Chip" Wilson sold $50 million worth of stock in the company four days before the shares plummeted on the unexpected news that the yoga-gear maker's chief executive would step down. The sales were made as ...
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'New normal': World Bank cuts growth outlook
Sydney Morning Herald
The World Bank cut its outlook for global growth, saying the economy should expand more slowly this year than last as it cited a deeper-than-expected recession in Europe and a recent slowdown in some emerging markets. In its twice-yearly Global Economic ...
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Renewable Energy Investments Shift to Developing Nations
Bloomberg
Kuni Takahashi/Bloomberg. China's $67 billion of investment in wind, solar and other renewable projects led developing nations to $112 billion of spending in 2012, according to an e-mailed statement today from the UN and other groups involved in the ...
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Budget Deficit in US Widened in May as Spending Increases 10%
Bloomberg
The U.S. budget deficit widened in May from a year earlier on a 10 percent increase in spending, the Treasury Department said. Outlays exceeded receipts by $138.7 billion last month compared with a $124.6 billion shortfall in May 2012, the Treasury said ...
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Hollande to Ask French to Work More as Pension Deficit Balloons
Bloomberg
President Francois Hollande has an unpalatable message for the French: they need to work more. Thirty-two years after France's first Socialist President Francois Mitterrand cut the retirement age by five years, his party's successor at the Elysee Palace is ...
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Florida added more than 17000 private-sector jobs in May
Sun-Sentinel
Florida added 17,440 jobs during the month of May, according to a new regional report by ADP, which provides human resource, payroll and other employer services. A year ago, the private-sector job gain for Florida in May 2012 was 11,490. Of the biggest ...
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Facebook's Zuckerberg Defends Derided IPO Touting Mobile
Bloomberg
A year after Facebook Inc. (FB)'s bungled public market debut, Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is still facing the wrath of ordinary investors holding stakes now worth a fraction of what they paid. At the company's first shareholder meeting since an ...
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Is The Social Security Trust Fund Solvent?
Forbes
According to a report published by the Social Security Administration 62.5 million individuals received a benefit from Social Security in May 2013. Benefits from this 78 year old program, established in 1935, are received by nearly 20% of the population. In fact ...
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DOWNTOWN EXPLOSIONS: Cable To Blame
whotv.com
There were some scary moments in downtown Des Moines overnight as explosions woke people living near 4th and Court. Police were called to the area around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. Residents living in the area reported hearing explosions and seeing ...
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Target the real villain – disease – in health costs, speaker says
Omaha World-Herald
Employers who think the Affordable Care Act is complex have three basic choices, the president of an insurance brokerage said Wednesday. The first option is to shift the cost of health care to their employees and stop offering insurance, said Den Bishop, ...
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Why You'll Be Paying More For Beef All This Year
Utah Public Radio
With U.S. cattle herds at their lowest levels since the 1950s and corn feed prices on the rise, beef prices are on the rise. Originally published on Wed June 12, 2013 8:33 am. Listen. If you've experienced sticker shock shopping for ground beef or steak recently, ...
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US maple syrup production hits record high
Wall Street Journal
U.S. maple syrup production soared to a record 3.2 million gallons this year, boosted by good weather and a high number of syrup taps in use. The Department of Agriculture reported Wednesday that the 2013 production jumped 70 percent over 2012, when ...
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TVA cuts 400 jobs, spending on Alabama nuclear plant
Gadsden Times
... spending on Alabama nuclear plant. Tennessee Valley Authority's Bellefonte Nuclear Plant site is shown Thursday, June 2, 2011, in Hollywood, Ala. (Eric Schultz | Associated Press | File). By RAY HENRY Associated Press. Published: Wednesday, June 12, ...
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Tesla Motors Wins New Analyst Favor, As An EV Car Rival Goes Kaput
Investor's Business Daily
Electric car maker Tesla Motors (TSLA) rose 3.5% Wednesday as new analyst comments lauded its outlook, while firms related to another electric-vehicle startup filed for bankruptcy in an overall tough market for the greenest cars. "The Model S' success ...
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Ex-mortgage firm chief guilty in Vegas fraud case
Businessweek
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The 75-year-old former president and CEO of a Nevada loan servicing firm has taken a plea deal in a scheme that federal prosecutors say cost Wells Fargo & Co. more than $8 million. Justice Department officials say former U.S. Mortgage ...
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Solar installations in NJ rise in first quarter
NorthJersey.com
The New Jersey solar energy market rebounded in the first quarter, after tailing off at the end of 2012 when Superstorm Sandy pushed back a number of installation projects, according to a trade group report. The report, released by GTM Research and the ...
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Exclusive - Wal-Mart's everyday hiring strategy: Add more temps
Reuters UK
By Dhanya Skariachan and Jessica Wohl. Thu Jun 13, 2013 7:15am BST. (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc has in recent months been only hiring temporary workers at many of its U.S. stores, the first time the world's largest retailer has done so outside of the ...
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Hawaii hotels among 100 most popular resorts for corporate event planners
Pacific Business News (Honolulu)
The Grand Wailea, seen here in this file photo, was among six Maui hotels on a list of the 100 most popular resorts based on booking activity and other data in the marketplace by Cvent Supplier Network. Stephanie Silverstein: Reporter- Pacific Business ...
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Airbus new A350 due for maiden flight
BigPond News
Airbus's new A350 plane is preparing to take off on its much-anticipated maiden flight. Friday's take off will be a milestone for an aircraft, which the firm hopes will help close the gap with rival Boeing in the lucrative long-haul market. Weather permitting, the ...
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Frequent Twitter and Facebook Users: You Might Be Narcissists
Mashable
At least, that's according to a new study from the University of Michigan. It found that frequent social media use could be fueling narcissistic tendencies in social media users of all ages. Michigan researchers Elliot Panek, Yioryos Nardis and Sara Konrath ...
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Reminder: There Are Still 3 Times More Unemployed Workers Than Job Openings
The Atlantic
In every single major industry sector, there are too many job hunters vying for too little work. Jordan Weissmann Jun 12 2013, 10:41 AM ET. Tweet. More. Email. Print. The Department of Labor released its latest report on job openings yesterday, and while not ...
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Malicious Tampering Likely Behind Furosemide Packaging Mix-up ...
By Alan Gallindoss
Jewish Business News. Ben Bernanke. 2013 could be a very good year for the American economy. mcn. Headlines. Malicious Tampering Likely Behind Furosemide Packaging Mix-up at Teva's French Subsidiary · Len Blavatnik gives the ...
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S. Korea to maintain modest recovery trend: BOK - Business News ...
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SEOUL, June 13 (Xinhua) -- The South Korean economy was expected to maintain its modest recovery trend in accordance with the gradual global recovery, the central bank said Thursday after freezing the policy rate at 2.5 percent.
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Every job but a candlestick maker at Brunshaw Primary Aspiration ...
Police dog handlers, midwives, journalists and cake makers made up some of the weird and wonderful professions displayed to Brunshaw Primary School pupils.
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Portable Dialysis Machines Will Be Allowed on Planes Free of Charge
Traveling with a home dialysis machine just got much easier. In early June, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) issued an industry letter detailing regulations that allow air travelers with disabilities to carry portable dialysis machines ...
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ENGINEERING firm Darchem is to supply the Indian navy with fire protection equipment in a deal worth £1.2m.
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Short business news stories from around the state of Idaho.
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Greece ousted from index of 'developed' countries — RT Business
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Ghana Business News » WHO wants more voluntary blood donors
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Pints of blood The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday asked nations to obtain 100 per cent of their blood supplies and blood products from voluntary unpaid blood donors by 2020. WHO said the need for blood and blood ...
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The Oconee Enterprise > News > Bank president celebrates 40 ...
News. Bank president celebrates 40 years in business. Get the Facebook Share Widget widget and many other great free widgets at ... Harden majored in business at UGA. He did not adjust his studies because he was working at a bank.
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NOLA.com snags Business Report vet - The Independent Media ...
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JR Ball, the executive vice president of Louisiana Business Inc., the publisher of Business Report and other Baton Rouge-based publications, will be leaving his post in July to become the Red Stick bureau head for NOLA.com. It's the latest ...
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Obama: 'We Don't Want to Tax All Businesses Out of ... - CNS News
"I know that there are a few Republicans here in the audience," Obama said Friday at a fundraiser for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign in Palo Alto, Ca.
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Very shabby: Verdict on Stephen Hester's treatment by RBS ...
The City was last night reeling at Stephen Hester's departure from Royal Bank of Scotland amid widespread praise for his work there.
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Google creeps up on Microsoft at HP: Now office apps | Business ...
Hewlett-Packard announces its entry into the Google Apps Reseller program as it cozies up to Google in business. Read this article by Brooke Crothers on ...
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Houston: Downtown TIF tapped out | Business News
Mayor Mike Houston said Wednesday that developers may not be reimbursed for downtown tax increment financing projects — even if they've already received ...
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FedEx Fights U.S. in Online-Pharmacy Probe After UPS Settlement
An indictment or prosecution would threaten a basic tenet of the shipping business -- not opening customers' packages to see what's inside, FedEx said.
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