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NYC Competition Intensifies As Primark Adds New Store

Primark will open their second New York City store in Brooklyn. This will be the 9th Primark store in the U.S. It is an important move for this budget priced retailer. More stores are slated to open soon.

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The New War Over Ethanol, And How It Might Affect You

Recent biofuel exemptions could have far-reaching consequences, pitting Big Ag against Big Oil.

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In The Age Of Social Media, Should You Bother With E-Newsletters?

Social media is instant communication, but it is also fleeting. An e-newsletter allows you to gather up all of the interesting information about your business or industry and deliver it in a neat, simplistic package to your customers or clients.

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From Ichiro To Ruth To DiMaggio: MLB Stars Past Their Prime That Were Signed For PR Purposes

More than future MLB Hall of Famer has been signed to bring fans through the gate, even if age has made them a liability. Here's a list of some of the bigger stars that were signed for PR purposes.

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Facebook Faces Defamation Charges Over Fake Ads

After a series of fake ads featuring celebrities' names and faces, one British broadcaster is suing the company for defamation.

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Could Your Diet Be The Cause Of Your Arthritis Pain?

Specific bacteria living in the gut microbiome may be responsible for causing osteoarthritis. New research explores how the gut microbiome--the bacteria living in intestines--might be responsible for the development of arthritis in obese persons.

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Centene And Humana Have A Good Prognosis Now That Amazon Is Backing Out Of Healthcare

The CressCap model has identified a a potential pair trade in the healthcare sector with buy recommendations on Centene (CNC-US) and Humana (HUM-US) a sell opportunity in Akorn (AKRX-US). A pair trade could mitigate the risk of the healthcare sector's vol

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Kaiser Permanente Shows How To Start Tackling The Childhood Obesity Epidemic

For its Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) initiative, Kaiser Permanente ventured out into the community to try to make some changes, and 11 studies just published in a special supplement of the journal American Journal of Preventive Medicine showed how

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Utilitywise's profit glow is set to dim, boss warns

One of the UK’s fastest growing business utility service providers has warned that its rising profits will falter after a two month delay auditing its books earlier this year.

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Five Ways To Write SEO Content That Converts

It's great to have an attention-grabbing, visually appealing site, but that doesn't guarantee a local search presence for small, competitive companies.

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How To Surf China's Internet Freely Despite The Latest Ban

You can still get a VPN, a secure tunnel between at leas two devices, in China despite a March 31 ban on virtual private networks. That's especially true for academics and foreign companies.

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Meet The Real-Life King Of The NFL Mock Draft

No NFL mock-drafter has a better record over the last five years than Jason Boris of the Lehighton (Pa.) Times-News., according to The Huddle Report, a website that scores the success of about 100 published mock-drafters.

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Spring's 2018 Real Estate Market Is A Good News Bad News Story

As interest increase and housing prices continue to rise in many areas affordability continues to decline. The affordability factor is impacting not only Millennials but some baby boomer sellers with their own distinct housing affordability issues.

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San Diego Padres Making Strides On The Field, Financially

The Padres are Major League Baseball's only team without both a no-hitter and World Series title.

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Smarter Tax Relief For Entrepreneurs?

Proposals to extend entrepreneurs relief are logical enough, but are they best use of a limited budget?

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Libya examines Total-Marathon purchase, casting doubt on deal: sources

TUNIS/LONDON (Reuters) - Libya is considering whether to intervene in a $450 million deal that French major Total announced last month to buy a Marathon Oil stake in the country's Waha concessions, several sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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TSB apologises after customers complain of online banking 'data breach'

Some customers say they can view other people's accounts through app after bank completes technology upgrade

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Capita seeks to raise £700m as losses deepen

Chief executive of debt-laden outsourcing company dismisses comparisons to CarillionOutsourcing company Capita has launched a cash call to raise £701m from investors to shore up its finances as it reported a £513m loss for last year.The debt-laden compa

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OracleVoice: Lessons Learned On The Front Lines Of Digital Business

Leaders from an array of industries shared insights and best practices at Oracle Modern Business Experience London.

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Number of zero hours contracts rises by 100,000 in 2017, says ONS

There were 1.8 million contracts that did not guarantee a minimum numbers of hours in the year to November 2017. The equivalent number in November 2016 was 1.7 million

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Shipbroker Clarkson's shares sink as it warns on profits amid tough market

Shares in the world’s largest shipbroker Clarkson keeled over on Monday morning after the FTSE 250 firm warned on profits amid signs the world’s shipping market has continued to stagnate.

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Capita to raise £700m as losses deepen

The outsourcing firm is undergoing a major overhaul but its boss says it is not the same as Carillion.

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'Fitbit for cars' telematics firm Lightfoot bags first £1m loan from government's Innovate UK

A technology business billed as a “fitbit for cars” is the first recipient of a £1m loan through a new patient capital funding scheme from the government-backed Innovate UK agency.

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E-cigarette firm cashes in on vaping boom with stock market listing

Supreme, which owns the KiK and 88vape brands, is first UK vaping company to go publicOne of Britain’s biggest makers of liquids for e-cigarettes is aiming to cash in on the boom in vaping by listing its shares on the London stock market.Manchester-base

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GM Korea reaches tentative wage deal, avoids bankruptcy

SEOUL (Reuters) - General Motors Co's South Korean unit on Monday said it has reached a tentative wage deal with its labor union, meeting a key condition laid down by the U.S. automaker to prevent it filing for bankruptcy for the money-losing operation.

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'Westworld' Season Premiere Recap: Stealing Babies, DNA And Data

Hurting humans wasn't even the end game for the hosts born at Westworld. Mimicking real like company issues, the park is a huge data collection mine; they're even stealing DNA. But to what vicious end?

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Graphic: The long goodbye to easy money - Five questions for the ECB

LONDON (Reuters) - The ECB meets on Thursday against a backdrop of concern about a global trade spat and a softening in euro zone economic data that could potentially hamper the central bank's plans to unwind its extraordinary monetary stimulus.

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'Billions' Recap: There Is No 'Flaw In The Death Star'

Recap of 'Billions' latest episode "Flaw In the Death Star". Asia Kate Dillon portrays Taylor Mason, the first gender non-binary character on a mainstream television series. Dillon, the actor, identifies as gender non-binary and talks about this pivotal r

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