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SE Asia Stocks-Malaysia, Philippines drop 1 pct; Thailand bounces back in late trade

* Malaysia, Philippines snap 3 sessions of gains * Indonesia rises for third straight session * Vietnam falls 2 pct, 4th session of fall in 7 By Sumeet Gaikwad May 2 (Reuters) – Malaysian and Philippine shares fell 1 percent each and snapped three straight sessions of gains, while Thai stocks bounced back in late trade to close more than 0.5 percent higher. Sentiment in Malaysia was cautious ahead of the general elections on May 9 and as investors weighed…

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Louisiana Business Leaders to Host Roundtable with Rep. Steve Scalise to Discuss Current State of Economy and Housing

–(BUSINESS WIRE)–National Association of Home Builders: WHAT: Business leaders of the Louisiana Home Builders Association will host a roundtable discussion with Representative Steve Scalise on Thursday, May 3 to discuss a wide range of issue affecting the Louisiana economy, housing industry and home buyers. While the Louisiana economy continues to gain momentum after the recession, the home building industry still faces several constraints that are holding back further growth that could derail the local economy. Issues including increased building materials…

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Are Google and Facebook Undermining Europe’s Privacy Rules?

Less than a month before tough new European privacy rules take effect, there are growing concerns from regulators, publishers, and privacy watchdogs about the ways that two internet giants—Google and Facebook—plan to implement the regulations. The critics say the companies are squelching the promise of the new rules, and will leave European internet users no better off. In a blog post Monday, a top EU regulator warned of “attempts to game the system,” which could lead to a “travesty of…

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MI vs RCB IPL 2018 Match Highlights: Defending champs MI just a few decimal points away from hitting rock bottom

It is just like music. We listen to a song, fall in love with the lyrics, the music, the variation in pitch and we end up playing the song in a loop until we get bored of it. For Mumbai Indians, however, the loop is never-ending. They start the match like true defending champions, give all they have to intimidate the opposition, somewhere in the middle of the match, they start losing the plot, opposition gains…

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City of London Police launch Cyber Griffin initiative to fight online crime in Square Mile

The City of London Police have launched a new initiative to help protect businesses in the Square Mile from cyber attacks. Called ‘Cyber Griffin,’ the new programme will see specially-trained officers lead a series exercises which will include threat briefings, incident response training and more. The initiative is aimed at businesses within the City and aims to reach those with very little knowledge of cyber crime threats, as well as people with IT security and risk roles. Read more: Avast…

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Stunning pictures lifts lid on Birmingham’s southside district

An exhibition of new photographs chronicling life in and around the city’s Southside district is being held at the Birmingham Hippodrome. Local photographer Ross Jukes has spent the last 12 months taking pictures in the area, amassing a collection of more than 2,000 images which were whittled down for the exhibition. Photo taken from In ‘Side exhibition by Birmingham photographer Ross Jukes (Image: Ross Jukes) Mr Jukes was commissioned by property investment firm Rockspring which has developed The Forum, a…

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Orion Minerals sells Connors Arc project in Australia, to focus on SA mine

Shares in JSE-listed Australian Orion Minerals rose 16% to 44c on Wednesday morning after it announced the sale of a gold mining project in Queensland. Orion said it intended to use the up to $5m it will receive for its Connors Arc project to fund developing its South African zinc and copper project. Evolution Mining has agreed to pay $2.5m cash plus a 2% royalty on gold recovered from the Connors Arc up to a total of $5m, Orion said…

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Arizona Teachers Promise End To Strikes If Lawmakers Pass Funding Plan – Talking Points Memo

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona teachers said they will end a historic statewide strike Thursday that shut down schools for days if lawmakers pass a plan that offers big raises and increased school funding but that still falls short of their demands. Organizers made the announcement Tuesday after educators statewide walked off the job last week and closed schools to demand higher pay and more education spending. The Arizona action followed a teacher uprising that started in other parts of the…

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Nestle settles months-long pricing scrap with European retailers

ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss food group Nestle (NESN.S) has clinched an agreement with European retailers to settle a months-long pricing row and get its products back on sale, the world’s biggest packaged food maker said on Wednesday. FILE PHOTO: The Nestle logo is seen during the opening of the 151st Annual General Meeting of Nestle in Lausanne, Switzerland April 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy/File Photo “We are pleased that a balanced agreement has been reached and that Nestle products will soon…

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IndiGo share price fall before Aditya Ghosh’s resignation under Sebi lens

The drop in the share price of InterGlobe Aviation, the company that operates IndiGo, has come under the regulatory scanner. IndiGo’s stock price fell 6.3 per cent on Friday before the company announced that Aditya Ghosh would step down as IndiGo president that evening. According to sources, the market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has asked stock exchanges to furnish information of share price data for the last one month to…

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Apple results allay Wall Street fears iPhone peak is fizzling out

Tim Bradshaw in Los Angeles May 2, 2018 Print this page Wall Street had reckoned the game was up for smartphone companies. After 10 years of incredible growth after the iPhone debuted, investors were fretting that Apple had dropped the ball, as suppliers including TSMC last month warned of flagging demand for high-end handsets.  Customers are taking longer to upgrade their devices, commentators argue, and even supposed growth markets such as China and India are slowing down.  The world’s most…

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Bookmaker blames bad weather and Arsenal for poor returns | Business

Paddy Power Betfair has blamed factors including a record number of weather-related horse racing cancellations and Arsenal’s poor away form in the Premier League for a dip in first quarter sales. Horse racing fans were left with little to bet on after the heavy snowfall dumped by the “beast from the east” led to the cancellation of about 400 meetings in the UK and Ireland between January and March, equivalent to 14% of all scheduled races. In the first quarter…

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Eurozone economic growth cools in first quarter after strong 2017

Growth in the eurozone hit its slowest pace for a year and a half in the first quarter of 2018, confirming fears of a slowdown in the single currency area after a stronger-than-expected 2017. The economy of the single currency area grew by 0.4 per cent between the end of last year and the first three months of 2018, according to Eurostat. That was down from 0.7 per cent for the final quarter of 2017. The last time growth was…

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