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EU gas contracting remains a risky activity: sellers

Selling gas in the EU remains a risky commercial activity, as demand cannot be counted on in the medium term, and producers may lose interest in a region where some major countries have de facto turned their back on gas as a fuel for power ... Platts, 1 day ago

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National best sellers, 9/28/2014

National Best Sellers Publishers Weekly, week ending Sept. 21. Powered by Nielsen BookScan. 1. Edge of Eternity, by Ken Follett 2. Personal, by Lee Child 3. Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good, by Jan Karon 4. Festive in Death, by J.D. Robb 5.
 Denver Post3 days ago USA TODAY BEST-SELLERS  Denver Post6 days ago WALL STREET JOURNAL-BEST SELLERS  Denver Post6 days ago
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You can be 'Easy Rider' for about NZ$1.2m

The customised Captain America chopper Peter Fonda rode in "Easy Rider" has come to symbolise the counterculture of the 1960s. Now it's for sale. The auction house Profiles in History said that it estimates the Harley-Davidson will bring US$1 ...
 Stuff.co.nz1 week ago A chance to be 'Easy Rider'  The Press NZ1 week ago Fonda's chopper from Easy Rider is up for sale  Joins.com1 week ago You too can own the iconic Easy Rider chopper  Miami Herald1 week ago
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NC hopes to replicate Morinaga story with other food processors [The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) :: ]

Sept. 28--TOKYO -- When one of Japan's largest candy sellers looked to expand into the U.S., executives visited 50 locations in an exhaustive coast-to-coast study of where they should build a new confections plant. Eventually, they chose a patch of ...
 BusinessWeek3 days ago

Short Sellers Gather in Australian Stocks Amid Iron Ore Rout

Sept. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Investors are using Australia's stock market to bet that an iron-ore rout has further to run. Two of the five most-shorted companies in the nation's benchmark equity index are producers of the commodity, according to data ...
 Washington Post6 days ago Short sellers swoop on Aussie miners amid iron ore rout  Melbourne Age6 days ago Short Sellers Gather in Australia Amid Iron Ore Rout  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide6 days ago
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Mother of all insults begins with mum

By PETER MWAURA More by Now that the dust has settled over the Ruto-Duale showdown, it's instructive to reflect on the mother of all insults: Referring to someone's mother in an argument. Invoking the mother-word insult is common in all ...
 Daily Nation5 days ago

Showbiz couple's daughter performs show on her adoption

In yesterday days, showbiz couple Peter Lind Hayes and wife Mary Healy reigned. In today's days, their adopted daughter Cathy Lind Hayes performs a one-woman show about the mother who raised her and the one who abandoned her. Ive written, longhand, ...
 New York Post6 days ago

Judge OKs Hospital's Appeal on Religious Exemption to ERISA

St. Peter's University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J. St. Peter's University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J., has been granted leave for an interlocutory appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit on whether a $70 million ...
 New Jersey Law Journal1 week ago

Key failed to stop shutdown of tour company - Peters

Winston Peters. Prime Minister John Key has been accused of failing to intervene as Tourism Minister in the American purchase of a high country station which has led to the closure of a long-running local tour company. New Zealand First leader ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago Sneans? Oh no John, no  New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Alibaba raises $21.8 bn, some ask: "Ali who?"

By Peter Eavis When the Alibaba Group starts trading on the on Friday, many people may be asking, "Ali who?" Professional investors, of course, already know that Alibaba is a fast-growing, hugely profitable Chinese company that is a combination ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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