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To paraphrase the classic line from Spinal Tap, if great companies go to 10, Wegmans goes to 11. This East Coast supermarket chain is a 90+ year-old, family owned business doing almost $6 billion ...

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The index fell 2.5 percent Monday, or 143.36 points, to 5,634.45 as institutional investors cut holdings in energy and financial companies to buy into PetroChina. As of Friday, PetroChina's market ...

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Glazer launched a small mail-order business for microwave cooking. But that was almost three decades ago. Now she runs a business with three separate mail-order catalogs, 110 employees and $40 ...

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Freddy Nock from Switzerland balances on the ropeway of a cable car leading to Germany's highest mountain, the 9,718 feet Zugspitze, near the southern Bavarian resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen ...

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Some in the US have argued that the debate is closed and the "shareholder" camp has emerged victorious. Not so fast, respond Wharton finance professor Franklin Allen, and his co-authors Elena ...

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Everybody wants an annual raise (and this year, there's reason to believe you'll be getting one ). Sometimes, though, your boss doesn't bestow more money on you, but less. This is completely legal ...

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Progress Energy in May told the NRC that if it opts to build a new reactor in Wake County, N.C., the plant would be online in 2018 or beyond, two years past its initial forecasts.

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Sports Agent Sells Company. ... which is based in Winnipeg and provides a variety of wealth and management services for high profile and affluent individuals, is paying $120 million for Steinberg ...

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5 Signs Your Company Is On the Wrong Track. ... By contrast, Ciment Francais, founded in 1846, stayed home, dwindled and disappeared. Today Lafarge is the second largest cement manufacturer in the ...

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Starwood, for example, has put a lot of effort into the Starwood Preferred Guest program being a unifying force for all the brands. So what did IHG think about that? So what did IHG think about ...

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Look into getting a health savings account that has roll-over with it. That way you put aside a little money every month, and if you ever need health care, you'll have the money for your ...

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Pet insurance providers PetPlan and Trupanion have formal pet bereavement policies as does Double Forte, a public relations firm. Trending News "Healthy" beer trend has some raising eyebrows

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Friday’s inauguration broadcast described by Glasgow Sunday Herald's TV critic as launch of a “nightmarish” interactive virtual reality project Jan 15, 2017 Serbia strikes war-like tone with ...

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A new paper from Thomas Hellmann, of the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia, and Noam Wasserman of Harvard Business School, takes a look at how and why founding teams ...

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200 years ago: A volcano that blocked out the sun Sam Kerr, general counsel for National American University, said Wednesday that La Touraine has agreed to stop using the school's trade mark.

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Demby said in his email that the lab lacked an ultraviolet light for decontamination and didn't have enough space to process blood samples safely. "The cross contamination potential is huge and ...

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The lone S&P 500 company with an all-male board of directors said it's adding a woman to its board. The business, car auction business Copart, added CyrusOne executive Diane Morefield to its board.

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The cruise ship Costa Concordia, in the harbor of the Tuscan island of Giglio, Italy on Feb. 4, 2012. Pier Paolo Cito Efforts to salvage the capsized cruise ship off the coast of an Italian island ...

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For example, in 2013, GM offered a buyout to skilled and unskilled workers at various Michigan plants. The offer included an extra $10,000 toward worker pensions as well as a cash payout.

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Canada reeling from deadliest mass shooting in its history Gunman disguised as cop goes on 12-hour rampage in Nova Scotia; police say at least 19 people, including the suspect, are dead. Apr 20

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Read page 3 of the latest World news, headlines, stories, photos, and video from CBS News. ... Paper checks could take weeks to arrive in the mail for the more than 8 million households without ...

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Chinese company buys Chicago Stock Exchange Updated on: February 5, 2016 / 1:51 PM / CBS/AP NEW YORK - In a sign of China's expanding financial reach, a Chinese-led investor group is buying the ...

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Popular cosmetics company faces lawsuit The cosmetics brand Rodan and Fields has been hit with a lawsuit over its eyelash enhancer product.

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Necco candy company plant abruptly closes. July 25, 2018 / 8:47 AM / CBS/AP Jim Gaffigan on M&M's World, the store for all our M&M needs . The owner of a company that makes candies such as Necco ...

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A Canadian company at the center of a huge oil spill in southern Michigan has a history of pipeline problems, including leaks, an explosion and dozens of regulatory violations.

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So, your question about legality, I'm going to ignore. Insurance laws vary from state to state and with the new federal mandates I hardly feel qualified to comment on such things, so I won't.

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The World At Your Fingertips. ... only a couple of miles from the Irish Sea and 208 miles from London. Of course, thanks to Encarta's virtual flights, I've already taken a virtual aerial trip over ...

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They live, quite literally, in a world of pain. Bob Simon of "60 Minutes" teamed up with students from the University of British Columbia's International Reporting Program to see first-hand how ...

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WeWork CEO on Creator Awards, company's success WeWork is a leader in the business of renting out spaces to entrepreneurs. The company was founded in 2010 to build a work community, and today ...

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Conn. Company's Stuffed Germ Toys Catching On December 20, 2010 / 12:32 AM / AP Jim Henson's Muppets made pigs and frogs endearing, and Walt Disney turned a common rodent into a cultural icon.

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Check points were set up outside Hong Kong's Citibank Tower and Asian-Pacific Financial Tower, and the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada, was completely shut following Tuesday's strike.

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The Indonesian regional carrier is one of the least safe airlines in the world, according to Airlineratings.com. The site gives Trigana zero stars out of a possible seven. Of Airlinerating.com's ...

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The two-floor boat includes four outdoor decks, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and an open dining and sitting area. The bright white minimalist style gives the home a clean, modern look ...

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WorldCom said it will restate its financial results for all of 2001 and the first quarter of 2002 to take almost $3.8 billion in cash flow off its books, wiping out all profit during those times.

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While Japan still ranks dead last among 39 countries surveyed by Grant Thornton with just eight percent of senior management positions held by women, the culture is slowly changing. Japan aside ...

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ScotiaMcLeod analyst Gareth Watson says what we're seeing today will be an ongoing theme through this reporting season in North America, calling it a "show me" market.

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Face-to-face is best, but GoToMeeting or Skype is second, then phone, then letter and finally email. The point is that professional apologies are still personal. 4.

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The 22 most dependable airlines in the world. By Kim Peterson ... Bloomberg's restaurant critic decided to fly business class from London to Melbourne on Cathay Pacific mainly to see what the ...

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Countries: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bonaire, Saint Eustatius, Saba, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica ...

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New Pope's Message For The World. April 25, ... Lions take nap on road amid lockdown in South Africa ... and the pope's Vatican e-mail address received more than 56,000 messages in the first two ...

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Global outlook "darkening," World Economic Forum warns The group behind annual Davos conference cites U.S.-China trade tensions, Brexit and nationalism as top concerns Jan 16, 2019

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Carnival plans to resume some cruises on August 1 Yet while the cruise operator plans to restart service from several U.S. ports, lawmakers have launched a probe. 17H ago

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Here in Vermont the vast majority of our power comes from Hydro Quebec and Vermont Yankee (nuclear) so there's clearly less emission when electricity is used for heat than oil or even natural gas.

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World's 10 best economies for expats TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY AWAD Al-MEDLAWI A picture taken on March 14, 2013 shows camel owners racing their camels in the Omani region of Barka, about 90 kms ...

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The Sony World Photography Awards, billed as the world's biggest photography competition, announced its shortlist Feb. 23, 2016, chosen from a record 230,103 entries by both professionals and ...

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"Humiliation for Scotland," chided Daily Mail Online. In a blistering critique of the Scottish industry, Murray said distillers should take note of the surge of quality whiskies coming from other ...

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It's no secret that bad information abounds on the web. The most dangerous information, of course, is the kind that's posted with a hidden agenda, such as paid content masquerading as real content.

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Each year, World Press Photo names the best news photographs in eight fields, along with the photo of the year. In the 2017 photo of the year, Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş raises his hand after fatally ...

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy addresses a summit on the Millennium Development Goals at United Nations headquarters, Monday, Sept. 20, 2010, in New York. Obama Announces New U.S. Approach on ...

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What's really wretched is that the letter was sent first class mail to individual families, on heavy stock paper. ... a small company in Canada was among the first to raise the alarm about an ...

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The World Weighs in on the 2010 Midterm Elections. ... The Mail and Guardian, ... Russia, India, China and now South Africa - is increasingly being felt. A modern version of the Big Four, which ...

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The $125.5 million Xanadu 2.0, Medina, Washington. Photo courtesy of Flickr user Jeff Wilcox. Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder and the world's second-richest man, took seven years to custom-build ...

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Women with pink hats and signs begin to gather early for the Women’s March on Washington, on the first full day of Donald Trump’s presidency, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017.City officials said more ...

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By comparison, Cathay Pacific's last annual report showed they had just four flight crew (out of 11,258) earning more than AU$500,000. Eighty-one percent of Cathay's flight staff earn less than AU ...

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The Canadian publication MoneySense ranked this Ontario city first on its list of the best places to retire in the country, based on factors including cost of living and access to health care.

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As World Warms, Africa's Waters Going Dry December 9, 2006 / 1:43 PM / AP At Jinja pier the rusty red hull of a Lake Victoria freighter sat barely afloat in water just six feet deep — and dropping.

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"It was acquired in Mexico, brought home and spread," Nova Scotia's chief public health officer, Dr. Robert Strang, said of Canada's first four confirmed cases, in student travelers.

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OSHKOSH, Wis. A 19-year-old Australian who describes flying as "magical" aims to become the youngest person to go solo around the world and could break a world record set just a month ago by a 21 ...

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World stock markets soared Friday after a punishing week as news of a possible U.S. government plan to rescue banks from toxic mortgage debt brought hope of a letup in the world's worst financial ...

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