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Hillary Clinton Still Can't Shake Her Wall Street–9/11 Debate …

“I think she's got a strong record on Wall Street reform. She's put forward the strongest policies on Wall Street reform,â€� he said (while sporting an Equilibrium Capital–branded fleece). He added that Clinton's 9/11 comments …

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How to pay significantly less tax this year

Why it's (seriously) time to get excited about filing!

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How to pay significantly less tax this year

Tears of joy for WA's latest Lotto millionaire

A Warnbro man has become an instant millionaire after claiming a first division Lotto prize – that he won three months ago.

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Tears of joy for WA's latest Lotto millionaire

Frankfurt In Flames Amid Anti-Capitalist Rally

Violent clashes have broken out in Germany's financial capital during anti-capitalist protests marking the opening of the European Central Bank's new headquarters. Police in Frankfurt say they have so far detained 550 demonstrators after trouble flared on Wednesday, which saw water cannon used. More than 90 officers were reportedly injured after police and firefighters came under attack from …

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Frankfurt In Flames Amid Anti-Capitalist Rally

BAE boss gets 40pc pay boost as defence group's profits jump

Total pay of £3.52m for chief executive Ian King as bonus increases

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BAE boss gets 40pc pay boost as defence group's profits jump

£36m bonus for WPP boss Sir Martin

WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell is to scoop £36 million from the advertising company's controversial executive bonus scheme, it was disclosed today.

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£36m bonus for WPP boss Sir Martin

Bank of Korea unexpectedly cuts interest rate to record low, says growth weaker than expected

SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea unexpectedly lowered its benchmark interest rate Thursday to a record low of 1.75 per cent, joining central banks from Europe to India in efforts to revitalize sluggish …

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Bank of Korea unexpectedly cuts interest rate to record low, says growth weaker than expected

Women Face Poorer Retirement, Research Shows

A new report has revealed the scope of the gender disparity in pension savings and income. Funding retirement remains a significant challenge for many women. According to the annual State of Retirement report by LV=, women who have occupational or private pensions reach retirement with pots worth on average £107,000. Nearly a quarter of women approaching retirement are set to rely solely on the …

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Women Face Poorer Retirement, Research Shows

Sodexo : Focus on Quality of Life, a top priority for international decision-makers

Corporate, healthcare and educational leaders around the world believe Quality of Life drives performance in their organizations

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Sodexo : Focus on Quality of Life, a top priority for international decision-makers

Prominent venture capitalist to take stand in high-profile Silicon Valley discrimination suit

A prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist who helped direct early investments in Google and Amazon.com is set to take the stand Tuesday in a high-profile sex discrimination lawsuit that has sparked debate over the treatment of women in the high-tech and venture capitalist arenas. John Doerr is scheduled to testify in San Francisco Superior Court in a lawsuit against venture capital firm …

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Prominent venture capitalist to take stand in high-profile Silicon Valley discrimination suit