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  1. Andhra Pradesh News on March 2, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago | AndhraNews

    'Capital foundation stone in May', says Minister Narayana The process of procurement of lands for construction of State Capital has ended on Saturday and the government is ready for laying foundation stone. Minister for Municipal Administration P Narayana said that the government has proposed to start the construction work in May and the complete the first phase of the construction by June 7, 2018.

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  2. Australian Stock Market Report - Midday March 2, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | International Business Times

    Australian shares are improving for the fifth time in six days, with the ASX 200 Index up 0.7 per cent. February was the best month for Australian and US shares since October 2011 with the ASX 200 rising by 6.1 per cent and the S&P500 up 5.5 per cent.

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  3. Family, friends plea for hit-and-run suspect to come forward at fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News 4 Charleston

    Friends and family of Jathon Bellamy gathered Sunday to raise money for his funeral at Bellamy's favorite West Ashley bar. They're also asking for the driver who hit Bellamy to come forward.

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  4. It's Going To Be A Big Earnings Week For These RetailersRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Benzinga

    Retail will once again be the focus of earnings this week. Quarterly reports are due from Best Buy Co Inc , Costco Wholesale Corporation and Kroger Co , which are forecast to post earnings growth.

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  5. Consumers gain from grocery code: BillsonRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    ... getting pretty tiresome. CONSUMERS will be the winners from a more open food retailing market as a result of a new grocery industry code of conduct. SMALL Business Minister Bruce Billson says the new code that comes into operation on Tuesday will ...

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  6. Australia stocks rise, with bank up ahead of rate decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | MarketWatch

    Australian stocks stacked up some fresh gains in early Monday trading, with the top banks and senior miners supporting the advance a day ahead of a Reserve Bank of Australia policy decision. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 improved by 0.6%, with a Reuters report saying the gains -- which contrast with losses Friday on Wall Street -- may be due to "investors snap[ing] up stocks for their yield as expectations rise for another rate cut in Australia this week."

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  7. Markets Live: Myer's share price slashedRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... earnings growth for at least the next two years by investing more than $500 million of cost savings into food and grocery prices and improving service in its 900-odd supermarkets. Underlying net profit, before taking into account $103 million of ...

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  8. RPT-As Australia's wage growth slows, retailers' revenue slumpsRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Reuters

    GRAPHIC: Australian wage growth and retailers' revenue: link.reuters.com/ras24w By Swati Pandey and Patturaja Murugaboopathy SYDNEY/BANGALORE, Feb 27 - Australia's retailers, hit by tight-fisted consumers as wages grow at their slowest since at least the late 1990s, face a worsening downturn in revenue that bolsters the case for another interest rate cut next week by the central bank. Australia's 16 retailers with market capitalisation of at least $100 million are forecast to post an 8.5 percent drop in combined revenue to $181.1 billion for the fiscal year to June 2015, Thomson Reuters data from analyst estimates shows.

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  9. Bets mount on second RBA cash rate cut in two monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Age

    The sluggish pace of Australia's economic rebalancing that has been confirmed in recent data could bring on a second cut in the cash rate in as many months when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets on Tuesday to decide its next policy move. Bets have been mounting since last week's subdued wage inflation report and weaker-than-expected capital expenditure data, and previews that the RBA would wait no longer to consolidate February's 25-basis-point cut, the first in 18 months, with a second reduction of the same size.

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  10. Austin boutique grocery expands to high-profile Dallas neighborhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | CultureMap

    Royal Blue Grocery, the Austin-based urban market with lots of prepared foods to go in addition to supermarket basics, is expanding to Dallas' Highland Park Village. It will replace a space previously occupied by Tom Thumb.

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  11. New cider with hopsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | NorthJersey.com

    The newly unveiled Angry Orchard Hop's Mad Apple combines hard cider with hops - a traditional beer ingredient. It winds up tasting like a mix of hard cider and beer, and could appeal to people who find most hard ciders too sweet, particularly those who need to keep to a gluten-free diet .

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  12. For retailers the buy-or-build cloud decision looms largeRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | GigaOM

    If you need proof that cloud deployment stories can touch off religious disputes, my recent report about @Walmartlabs deploying 100K cores of OpenStack to run the retail giant's e-commerce operations is Exhibit A. This is, by any measure, a massive private cloud, and some readers were incredulous that Walmart would go this route instead of plying public cloud services. It's the old build versus buy discussion all over again, with many of the participants weighing in on the "buy" side.

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  13. Re-Elect Glenn Kessler for SelectmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Patch.com

    Glenn Kessler is pleased to announce his plans to run for a second term on the Board of Selectmen, continuing to advocate for Swampscott's residents, to embrace public input regarding issues affecting the town, and to require expanded levels of transparency in town government. "It's been an honor and privilege to work with Swampscott residents and town officials for the last three years," Kessler said.

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  14. Kroger Customers Raise More Than $1.2 Million for Those in Need...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Patch.com

    ... . Kroger's Atlanta Division is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and is one of the Southeast's largest retail grocery chains with over 185 stores covering, Georgia, Eastern Alabama and South Carolina. Kroger was recognized by Forbes as the most ...

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  15. Coral TowersRead the original story

    Feb 20, 2014 | Washington Square News

    Estimated cost: $12,200-$17,300 Low-cost rooms available: Yes Commute to campus: 15 minutes Nearby subways: N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6, L Shuttle: Yes Located on Third Avenue and 14th Street, Coral Towers is a prime location for an upperclassman residence hall. With the amenities of Palladium residence hall, Third Avenue North residence hall and University Hall nearby, Coral Towers is conveniently close to campus buildings while still offering a sense of immersion in the city.

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  16. A gathering place, again: Formerly derelict Edgewood Plaza Shopping Center finds new lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly

    ... Located between Embarcadero and Channing Avenue, on the city's eastern edge, the center sports a Fresh Market grocery store, Starbucks, a dry cleaner, Supercuts hair salon, Elements massage center, Chase Bank and Orangetheory fitness center in ...

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  17. Bank factsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    In the article on the Phoenix Steak House, the author claims the building was built for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in 1914. But there was no such bank then.

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  18. Bets mount on second cash rate cut in two monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Age

    The sluggish pace of Australia's economic rebalancing that has been confirmed in recent data could bring on a second cut in the cash rate in as many months when the Reserve Bank of Australia meets on Tuesday to decide its next policy move. Bets have been mounting since last week's subdued wage inflation report and weaker-than-expected capital expenditure data, and previews that the RBA would wait no longer to consolidate February's 25-basis-point cut, the first in 18 months, with a second reduction of the same size.

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  19. 10 Tough Tech Dividend Dogs Turn 10% To 32% February UpsidesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Analyst 1-year targets totaled ten Technology dividend dog upsides averaging 13.7% to 19.41% through February 26. Two technology stocks spilled 8% and 10% downsides. Analysts augured average 23.4% net gains for BCE, TU, VIV, ELNK, WIN, GRMN, IQNT, VOD, BRKS, and CNSL, and 7.3% losses for QSII and LXK.

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  20. 0.95% Advantage For 5 Technology Highest Yield, Lowest Price, February StocksRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Ten top technology dividend stocks by yield showed 0.95% higher net gain from a $5k investment in the lowest-priced five than from $5K invested in all ten. Annual dividends divided by closing stock prices as of February 26 determined yields.

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