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7:57 AM - Wednesday, August 20, 2014
11 hour ago - BBC
Sales at the Danish brewer Carlsberg have been hit by falling consumption in Russia and Ukraine amid the crisis in the region.
9 hour ago - Reuters
(Reuters) - Staples Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and sales, driven by strong demand for non-core office supplies, such as furniture and breakroom items, from companies in North America.
11 hour ago - on The Huffington Post / Shahien Nasiripour
Borrowers with federal student loans, long promoted as the safest way to borrow for college, appear to be buckling under the weight of their debt, new data show. More than half of Direct Loans, the most common type of federal student loan, a . . .
12 hour ago - Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - Commodities group Glencore became the first of the large miners to honour promises to return cash to shareholders, announcing a share buyback programme of up to $1 billion (600.85 million pounds) as it reported forecast-beati . . .
11 hour ago - Yahoo! News: Business News
By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - Alaska voters looked on track to narrowly uphold a new law that cuts taxes on oil production and is worth up to $1 billion a year to companies such as ConocoPhillips , BP Plc and Exxon Mobil Corp . With . . .
12 hour ago - CNBC
Lowe's delivered earnings that topped the Street's expectations, but the retailer trimmed its outlook for full-year sales growth.
10 hour ago - WSJ.com
J.M. Smucker said its fiscal first-quarter sales fell 2% as its U.S. retail-coffee business reported lower revenue resulting from increased promotional activities.
18 hour ago - forbes.com / Russell Flannery
Earlier this month it was McDonald’s that was hurt by a wave a bad publicity in China in connection with the reported sale of out-of-date meat from U.S. supplier OSI.   Only a few weeks later,  another venerated U.S. food brand, Heinz, is takin . . .
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