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'Happy Birthday' song...

You can now sing Happy Birthday royalty-free

LOS ANGELES A US federal judge on Monday signed off on a settlement that puts the song Happy Birthday — considered one of the most recognizable tunes in the English language — in the public domain. The settlement approved by Los Angeles ... The Times Of Israel, 3 hours ago
'Happy Birthday' song..., 7 hours ago
You can now sing 'Happy Birthday' free of charge Times of India, 9 hours ago

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Radio New Zealand

Federer edges through to the second round (AAP)

, 4:53 am Under the watchful gaze of new coach and tennis royalty John McEnroe, Canadian sixth seed Milos Raonic got off to a solid start with a 7-6 (7-4) 6-2 6-4 win over Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta at Wimbledon on Monday. While the ...
 Yahoo! News Australia10 hours ago Federer starts his 18th Wimbledon with a win  Radio New Zealand8 hours ago Federer's Wimbledon opener a battle (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia8 hours ago Raonic up and running as Big Mac watches on  Yahoo! India10 hours ago
InsideClimate News

White House Says Raising Taxes On Coal Would Improve Economic Efficiency

The White House released its report on the effects of raising royalty rates for coal mining on federal lands, and in it, officials argue raising rates on coal — therefore decreasing production — would improve
 EnvironmentGuru.com3 days ago Report: Federal Coal Royalties Can be Upped with Little Effect  ExchangeMonitor4 days ago COAL: White House: Raising federal royalties will save GHGs  EnvironmentGuru.com4 days ago White House: Raising Coal Royalties a Boon for Taxpayers, and for the Climate  InsideClimate News4 days ago
Himalayan Times

Led Zeppelin owes millions in royalties to musician: plaintiff attorney

Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant (L) and guitarist Jimmy Page are shown sitting in federal court for a hearing in a lawsuit involving their rock classic song Stairway to Heaven in this courtroom sketch in Los Angeles, California June 14, 2016.
 Himalayan Times5 days ago Led Zeppelin Prevail in 'Stairway' Copyright Trial  Courthouse News Service4 days ago Robert Plant 'can't remember' watching USA band Led Zeppelin accused of copying  Equilibrio Informativo5 days ago Band Led Zeppelin cleared of plagiarism  Times of Malta4 days ago

Federal election 2016: Stop the presses: Labor's election signage in danger after printing company goes bust

EXCLUSIVE Video will begin in 5 seconds. More video Recommended Labor royalty arrive for campaign launch The stitch up: mattress madness How do 16 year-olds view politics? Campfire clampdown by council SPC recalls ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago

FG to earn $500m from Dangote refineries in three years

The federal government is projected to earn about $500m in three years from taxes and royalties when the 650,000 barrel per day Dangote refineries come on stream with petrochemical plant in 2017, gas project in 2018 and refinery in early 2019, ...
 News day ago
Federal Register

Notice and Recordkeeping for Use of Sound Recordings Under Statutory License; Technical Amendment

Final Rule; Technical Amendment. The Copyright Royalty Judges published in the Federal Register of May 19, 2016, a document amending regulations that govern reporting requirements for noncommercial educational webcasters that pay no more than ...
 Federal Register6 days ago

Wimbledon: Djokovic's solid start to title defence; Federer advances

IMAGE: Serbia's Novak Djokovic plays a backhand shot during his Wimbledon first round match against England's James Ward at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London on Monday. Photograph: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images It was not quite the triple bagel that Novak Djokovic was aiming for during the opening 41 minutes of his first-round match but the Serbian is unlikely to be too disappointed after he beat Britain's James Ward 6-0, 7-6(3), 6-4 at Wimbledon on Monday. The holder of ...
 Rediff.com10 hours ago 'Flawless' Djokovic cruises past James  Calcutta Telegraph7 hours ago Djokovic makes solid start to Wimbledon title defence  Times of Oman9 hours ago

Reforming Coal Leasing Policies Would Be Good for Treasury and Environment

Federal lands provide about 40 percent of the coal that fuels U.S. electric power plants. Private producers lease the rights to extract this coal on federal lands, but current leasing policies fail key economic tests, says a new report from the ...
 US News & World Report3 days ago Three Things To Know About Obama's Overhaul Of The Federal Coal Program  ThinkProgress3 days ago Federal Coal Program Out of Date, Says Public Citizen Energy Program Director  Public Citizen5 days ago New Paper Weighs in On Federal Coal Leasing Program  ExchangeMonitor5 days ago

Dual taxation treaty: FBR officials in Switzerland to re-negotiate convention

Home » Taxation » June 26, 2016 The senior tax officials of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) have reached Switzerland to re-negotiate the convention on avoidance of double taxation between Pakistan and Switzerland with particular focus on ...
 Business Recorder2 days ago
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