Jun 4, 2013

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Asian shares hit 2013 lows on Fed stimulus jitters
Reuters
By Chikako Mogi. TOKYO | Wed Jun 5, 2013 1:51am EDT. TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares hit 2013 lows on Wednesday as uncertainty over when the Federal Reserve would begin trimming its massive stimulus program fanned worries about funds exiting the ...
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Japan's Abe targets income gains in growth strategy
Reuters
By Kaori Kaneko and Tetsushi Kajimoto. TOKYO | Wed Jun 5, 2013 1:34am EDT. TOKYO (Reuters) - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged to boost incomes by 3 percent annually and set up special economic zones to attract foreign businesses in the latest ...
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JPMorgan's Alabama Debacle Set to Cost Bank $1.5 Billion
Bloomberg
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) may see as much as $1.6 billion go down an Alabama sewer. The biggest U.S. bank by assets agreed to forgive $842 million of debt owed to it by Jefferson County, Alabama, where it took the lead in arranging risky securities ...
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UPDATE 2-Brazil reduces foreign capital controls as currency tanks
Reuters
Tue Jun 4, 2013 9:37pm EDT. * Gov't to scrap tax on foreign purchases of local debt. * Surprise move likely to help ease fall of real. * Cbank official said earlier real likely to stay weak. * Investors see mixed messages in gov't fx policy. By Nestor Rabello and ...
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UPDATE 2-China hits back at EU over solar panel duties
Reuters
Wed Jun 5, 2013 12:17am EDT. (Recasts, adds further statement on wine probe). BEIJING, June 5 (Reuters) - China launched an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probe in European wine on Wednesday in response to the European Union's decision to impose ...
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Korea Finds No Gene-Altered Wheat From Oregon as Testing Widens
Bloomberg
South Korea said it hasn't detected genetically modified material in wheat and flour imports from Oregon as it expands tests to cover shipments from all U.S. states to ensure food safety. The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety checked 45 samples from Oregon, ...
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ITC rules for Samsung, bans iPhone 4 imports
Boston.com
NEW YORK (AP) — A U.S. trade agency on Tuesday issued a ban on imports of Apple's iPhone 4 and a variant of the iPad 2 after finding the devices violate a patent held by South Korean rival Samsung Electronics. Because the devices are assembled in ...
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China rejects early carbon cap
Sydney Morning Herald
China's Chief Climate Negotiator Su Wei reaffirmed his nation's commitment to lower emissions relative to economic output while dismissing reports that it will adopt an absolute cap on greenhouse gases. The Financial Times and Independent newspapers ...
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Government rejects any Ulster Bank takeover
Irish Independent
THE Government says it has not been approached about taking over Ulster Bank, the biggest Irish bank in which the State is not already a shareholder. Related Articles. Great deal in theory for Britain – but a non-runner in practice. Also in this section ...
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Bill Gates leads $35 million investment in research network
Reuters
By Sarah McBride. SAN FRANCISCO, June 4 | Tue Jun 4, 2013 9:29pm IST. SAN FRANCISCO, June 4 (Reuters) - Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is leading a $35 million investment in ResearchGate, a Berlin-based network for scientists that ties into his ...
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World Environment Day: Don't dump extra food, donate it
The Express Tribune
In a country where the sight of unfinished, discarded food on white plates is a common sight at weddings, an organisation based in the twin cities has been trying to create awareness on avoiding food wastage while feeding the undernourished and ...
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As Airlines Look for More to Sell, Your Comfort Is Their Merchandise
Businessweek
The airline industry's push to impose new charges for small perks has come to this: "subscriptions" for extra legroom. In its latest revenue-raising experiment, United Airlines (UAL) has introduced annual payments that provide travelers with roomier seats or the ...
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LatAm Lost: Major Country ETFs Look Terrible
MarketWatch
Broadly speaking, emerging markets ETFs, diversified funds and select country-specific plays, have been duds this year. That point was hammered home last month when major diversified emerging markets ETFs such as the Vanguard FTSE Emerging ...
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Pincus At Staff Meeting: Zynga Has Slowed Down
Wall Street Journal
On Tuesday at 2 p.m., one day after cutting his workforce by 18%, the CEO of Zynga addressed his staff at an all-hands afternoon meeting. Standing on the ground floor of the company's San Francisco office, dressed in jeans and a checkered blue-collared ...
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Bids on lunch with Buffett already top $750000
Moneycontrol.com
The eBay auction began Sunday with a USD 25,000 opening price. By Tuesday afternoon, eight bidders drove the price up to USD 750,100. Source: AP. Share · Tweet · Share on Tumblr. Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3. Bids on lunch ...
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UPDATE 2-Canada trade deficit jumps in April on record imports
Reuters
Tue Jun 4, 2013 8:26pm IST. * Canadian imports rise 1.2 percent, exports fall 0.2 percent. * Imports hit record high; surplus with U.S. grows. * Canada has posted 16 consecutive trade deficits with March revision. By David Ljunggren. OTTAWA, June 4 ...
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COMMODITIES-Oil up, gold down, other markets mixed ahead of US jobs data
Reuters
Tue Jun 4, 2013 5:29pm EDT. * Many investors sidelined before Friday's payrolls report * Oil rises on word South Korea to offer import rebates * Gold falls 1 pct as India restricts precious metal imports * Grains slip as weather permits farmers to continue ...
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REFILE-UPDATE 1-Qatar Airways says will not launch Boeing 787-10X
Reuters
Tue Jun 4, 2013 7:06pm IST. CAPE TOWN, June 4 (Reuters) - Qatar Airways will not be a launch customer for Boeing's next passenger jet, a stretched version of its 787 Dreamliner, its chief executive said on Tuesday. Qatar Airways, one of the world's fastest ...
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COLUMN-Solar, biomass push out offshore wind in EU targets: Wynn
Reuters
By Gerard Wynn. LONDON, June 4 | Tue Jun 4, 2013 9:00am EDT. LONDON, June 4 (Reuters) - The European Union's three biggest member states are developing solar power, biomass and other renewable energy technologies in place of plans for offshore ...
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IMF Chief Doesn't Rule Out Greece Tapping Debt Markets in 2014
Wall Street Journal
The head of the International Monetary Fund doesn't rule out the possibility that Greece might be able to tap debt markets next year. In an interview, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says there's been a fundamental change in the Athens' ability to ...
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Fed's George: Signs Mounting Some Markets Hooked on Cheap Money
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK--The Federal Reserve's highest-profile dissident policymaker warned Tuesday some markets are showing signs of an unwelcome addiction to the central bank's cheap money, and repeated her call to pull back on monetary policy stimulus.
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Your Health Insurance Company May Owe You Money
Businessweek
Last year health insurance companies sent small businesses $321 million in rebates. In California, tens of millions more are on the way, according to the Los Angeles Times. The money comes from a little-known piece of Obamacare meant to keep premiums ...
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Amazon set to sell $800m in ads
Financial Times
Amazon's advertising business is forecast to generate over $800m of revenue this year as the online retailer uses its consumer data and ecommerce engine to woo advertisers from rivals such as Google and Facebook. The revenue estimate from eMarketer, ...
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Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac 2013 bill sale calendar
Reuters
Tue Jun 4, 2013 9:01am EDT. June 4 (Reuters) - The following is a list of scheduled U.S. agency bill sales from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac for 2013. Freddie Mac said 3-month and 6-month bills will be auctioned every week. In addition, 1-month and ...
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Hotels copy airlines' no-frills approach
MarketWatch
The next time you check into a hotel, don't be surprised if the front-desk clerk and bellhop are the same person. Or if there is no clerk or bellhop at all. To cut costs as consumers cut their travel spending, some hotels are taking a page from airlines, adopting a ...
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AstraZeneca to Incur $140M Charge After Fostamatinib Disappointment
Wall Street Journal
-In the OSKIRA-2 study of patients inadequately responding to disease modifying anti-rheumatic drugs, fostamatinib in combination with DMARDs showed statistically significant improvements in ACR20 response rates. -In the OSKIRA-3 study of patients ...
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April US home prices see biggest yearly gain in 7 yrs-CoreLogic
Reuters
NEW YORK, June 4 | Tue Jun 4, 2013 7:59am EDT. NEW YORK, June 4 (Reuters) - U.S. home prices racked up their biggest annual gain in more than seven years in April as the recovery in the sector picked up traction, a report from CoreLogic showed on ...
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Inside Zynga's Lay-offs - Business Insider
By Alyson Shontell
Just typical corporate BS," one former employee who was in attendance tells Business Insider. "Everyone was just like, 'Yep.' Not surprised at all. It was like the weight had been lifted off our shoulders, that a decision had finally been made." ...
Business Insider
HTC Execs Bolting Despite Good Month - Business Insider
By Kyle Russell
HTC COO Matthew Costello is the latest top executive to leave the struggling hardware manufacturer.
Business Insider
Sean Parker's $10 Million Wedding - Business Insider
By Julie Bort
Taking a bulldozer into a grove of ancient redwoods.
SAI
5 Mobile Social Media Marketing Ideas to Grow Your Business ...
By Jamie Turner
Mobile marketing: learn how to use social media to integrate mobile technology into your business to connect with prospects and customers.
Social Media Examiner
Amazon Reportedly Looking To Expand Grocery Business, Roll Out ...
By Darrell Etherington
Amazon has had an ongoing experiment for the past half-decade called AmazonFresh, which offers grocery service and delivery of fresh produce to customers in i..
TechCrunch
They bring their business to you | CharlotteObserver.com
By [email protected] (Caroline McMillan)
Spa owners, computer techs and other entrepreneurs find customers by hitting the road.
The Charlotte Observer -- Business
Tableau and DataSift join up to show how social sentiments affect ...
By Jordan Novet
DataSift is bringing the Twitter firehose, Google+ and other social streams to Tableau Software in a new partnership. The deal could help more people gain insight into connections between business and social media.
GigaOM
Bizarre Japanese Fast Food - Business Insider
By Ashley Lutz and Alaina McConnell
The Mega-Potato (say that out loud, it sounds awesome, "MEGA-POTATO!") is a huge container of fries that also holds the distinction as the highest-calorie McDonald's menu item ever. McDonald's isn't the only chain working to make more ...
Advertising
REPORT: Sustainable Investing Coverage in Business Media | VOX ...
By lsadlier
The belief that the continued focus on short term, quarterly analyst calls impedes a company's ability to plan for and integrate into their business strategy the impact that population increases and risks associated from climate change will have ...
VOX Global
Amazon prepares to take its online groceries business beyond ...
By Tom Cheredar
Amazon is planning to roll out its online groceries service AmazonFresh to two new cities by the end of 2013.
VentureBeat
Charlie Foley Created Animal Planet's Mermaids - Business Insider
By Dina Spector
Charlie Foley, the executive producer, creator, and writer of "Mermaids: The Body Found," a two-hour staged documentary, talks to us about why he created it.
The Wire

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Will japanese business leaders take to Abe's plan - CNBC
Richard Jerram, Chief Economist at Bank of Singapore; Jay Nelson, Senior Editor at Success Stories: Japan Executive Newsletter, talks about what Abe's ...
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Health-care uncertainty worries small business owners in Duluth ...
Sherry Daeda doesn't know what to expect for her small business when provisions of the Affordable Care Act take effect next year.
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Abe Pledges Campaign to Loosen Japan Business Regulations ...
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged a legislative campaign to loosen rules on businesses ranging from non-prescription drugs to construction. Stocks ...
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Google Product Forums > Google and Your Business >. Categories: Technical issue? : I am an online business and would like to sell my products on Google ...
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Abe Pledges Campaign to Loosen Business Regulations ...
June 5 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged a legislative campaign to loosen rules on businesses ranging from non-prescription drugs ...
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APNewsBreak: Chinese-American released from China - Business ...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Chinese-American businessman who was held in China for nearly five years after he became involved in a dispute with a competitor ...
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