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Alibaba takes on Detroit. [Read More]
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One of the most annoying things a fellow airline passenger can do is sit down next to us. Now Etihad Airways is selling a solution. Starting July 3, passengers will be able to bid on up to three "neighbor-free" seats when flying the Abu Dhabi-based carrier. Bids are collected at the time of booking and the airline will... [Read More]
Read more about CAs, bankers in a rush to pass insolvency exam on Business Standard. Test on lines of IIT-JEE... [Read More]
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Australia's Great Barrier Reef has always been considered one of the world's natural wonders, but now we know how much some economists think it's really worth. [Read More]
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Employers letting their staff use ride-sharing services such as Uber, rather than a licensed taxi, could be liable for fringe benefits tax, the Australian ... [Read More]
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New orders for key U.S.-made capital goods unexpectedly fell in May and shipments also declined, suggesting a loss of momentum in the manufacturing sector halfway through the second quarter. [Read More]
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British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday promised £1 billion in extra funding to Northern Ireland in exchange for a support for her government. [Read More]
Read more about Centre, states will pay GST Network costs on Business Standard. Revenue model of Rs 55 a month per assessee, with govts to split bill; will get Rs 550 cr this year... [Read More]
Read more about 20 years of Harry Potter: what it means to those who grew up with it on Business Standard. Even after two decades, it resonates in the minds of those who first discovered it as 11-year-olds... [Read More]
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Source: ThinkstockIf there is one economic report that is perhaps the most volatile of them all, that can disappoint in good times or can be high in bad times, it is the monthly durable goods report. The U.S. Department of Commerce reported on Monday that May's reading on durable goods contracted by 1.1% to $228.2... [Read More]
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There's a divergence between "soft" measures of sentiment and "hard" data. Partisan leanings offer an explanation. [Read More]
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Immigration in the United States is a controversial topic these days — no question. But there should be no question that immigrants are good for Maine. Maine news, sports, politics and election results, and obituaries from the Bangor Daily News. [Read More]
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The Chicago Federal Reserve said on Monday its barometer on U.S. economic activity retreated in May from its highest level since early 2014 due to a sharp deceleration in production, employment and housing activities. [Read More]
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Read more about Implement GST from July 1 in J&K: Arun Jaitley asks CM Mehbooba Mufti on Business Standard. Failure to implement will put local industry at a disadvantage... [Read More]
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Cheri and Bob Doebrick could not believe their luck in finding Northpointe Shores, a new treasure that has travelers in Anchor Bay staying one more day, or two, or a month. [Read More]
New orders for key U.S.-made capital goods unexpectedly fell in May and shipments also declined, suggesting a loss of momentum in the manufacturing sector halfway through the second quarter. [Read More]
With the budget under pressure due to rising demands and limited resources, finding taxpayer savings should be one of Congress' top priorities. [Read More]
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The strong economy has complicated another local redevelopment project, although developers say the $5 million conversion of the former Clyde Theater... [Read More]
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Read more about Logic of Indo-US strategic relations 'incontrovertible,' claims PM Modi on Business Standard. Modi said that the two-way trade, which already totals about $115 billion a year... [Read More]
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The National Council of Applied Economic Research will soon bring out a report on empl... [Read More]
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