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Even stockmarket bulls are more cautious than at the start of the year

[ad_1] BEARS sound clever; bulls make money. This piece of financial acumen, imparted by a trader to a colleague, is hard to beat for brevity. It also makes a good point. There is something about market pessimism that endows bears with an aura of wisdom that is not always deserved. The cautious sound clever because they appear to have weighed the odds. Optimists seem heedless by comparison. Yet it is only by taking on risk that investors can hope to…

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Yorkshine, subsidiaries receive letter of demand for debt repayment, Companies & Markets

[ad_1] Fri, Jul 13, 2018 – 9:50 PM YORKSHINE Holdings and five of its subsidiaries have received a letter of demand for the repayment of over US$33.24 million loans. The listed holdings company said after Friday’s trading close that the letter dated July 11 demanded for the loans to be repaid on or before Aug 1, 2018. In February, the company said that it had filed a police report in Hong Kong against its now former chief executive, Chow Kin…

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EU warns Siemens-Alstom deal ‘could harm millions’ of passengers

[ad_1] Patrick McGee in Frankfurt July 13, 2018 Print this page Brussels initiated an in-depth review on Friday of the proposed merger between Siemens’ mobility unit and Alstom, adding some uncertainty to whether the pan-European “Railbus” will be allowed to go toe-to-toe with China’s state-backed operator CRRC. In a strongly worded statement, the European Commission, the EU’s top antitrust authority, said the merger could “deprive European rail operators of a choice of suppliers and innovative products, and lead to higher…

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EU warns Siemens-Alstom deal ‘could harm millions’ of passengers

[ad_1] Patrick McGee in Frankfurt July 13, 2018 Print this page Brussels initiated an in-depth review on Friday of the proposed merger between Siemens’ mobility unit and Alstom, adding some uncertainty to whether the pan-European “Railbus” will be allowed to go toe-to-toe with China’s state-backed operator CRRC. In a strongly worded statement, the European Commission, the EU’s top antitrust authority, said the merger could “deprive European rail operators of a choice of suppliers and innovative products, and lead to higher…

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Gaucho restaurant group races to secure rescue deal, with 1,500 jobs at risk | Business

[ad_1] The Argentine restaurant group Gaucho is teetering on the brink of administration, putting 1,500 jobs at risk, as it races to secure a deal that will help it pay a £1m-plus tax bill. The company is understood to be weighing three potential rescue deals before a late-night deadline for the bill by HM Revenue & Customs on Friday. Sources said it was hoped that a deal could be completed within the next few days. Any rescue is likely to…

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Heidelberg to hold Digital Performance open house

[ad_1] Heidelberg will provide the first UK demonstration of its new Versafire EP and EV digital presses at an open house in September. The Versafire EV will be shown working in tandem with the Prinect Digital Front End The Digital Performance open house will take place from 10am to 4.30pm on Wednesday 12 September at the firm’s national showroom in Brentford. Both the EP (Performance) and EV (Value) printers will be shown working in tandem with the Prinect Digital Front End…

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How to kill fake news: Pause before you share

[ad_1] Our “information ecosystem” has become polluted with fake news, a visiting Emmy Award-winning US documentary maker says – but the antidote to the problem could just rest in thinking before we click or share. Kristin Pichaske, whose 25-year career has involved shooting pieces for such companies as Lucasfilm, Paramount Pictures and the New York Times, discussed the fake news phenomenon at this week’s NZ International Science Festival in Dunedin. It’s a topic she’s become very much familiar with, having…

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WeWork Tells Employees Meat Is Permanently Off Company Menu

[ad_1] (Bloomberg) — Co-working giant WeWork Cos. thinks it can save the environment quicker than Elon Musk. The startup has told its 6,000 global staff that they will no longer be able to expense meals including meat, and that it won’t pay for any red meat, poultry or pork at WeWork events. In an email to employees this week outlining the new policy, co-founder Miguel McKelvey said the firm’s upcoming internal “Summer Camp” retreat would offer no meat options for…

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SenzIT capitalizes on AI capabilities through the Watson Build Challenge to advance its Evidencer solution

[ad_1] A translation widget is provided for your convenience to facilitate translation of the English language version of this blog into several languages. If you choose to utilize this automated translation facility, please understand there may be deviations between the automated translation and the original English version. IBM is not responsible for any such automated translation deviations and offers the translated version “AS IS” without warranties of any kind. Executive Perspective MEA Partner Experience Watson Build series SenzIT capitalizes on…

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Kaine Addresses N. Va. Dem Business Leaders at Tysons Corner Event

[ad_1] U.S. SEN. TIM KAINE (D) talks with business leaders in Tysons earlier today. (Photo News-Press) This morning, U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine hailed the recent CNBC survey ranking Virginia the 4th best state in the Union for doing business at a meeting of the Northern Virginia Democratic Business Council in Tysons Corner. Kaine said, “Supporting businesses and growing the economy are Democratic principles because we believe in creating a strong workforce and expanding economic opportunity to all. That means better…

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3 Signs You Need Business Mentoring

[ad_1] Business mentoring is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to generate profits with their business. The problem, is that many entrepreneurs avoid working with a mentor because they think that it costs too much and they can not afford it at the moment. But what they do not realize is that they can not afford not too if they want to succeed. Many businesses go out of business within the first three years of existence because they do…

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China’s Leshi sees wider first half net losses as business falters

[ad_1] HONG KONG (Reuters) – Embattled Chinese tech firm Leshi Internet and Technology said it expected a bigger net loss in the first six months of the year and saw the possibility of continued losses in the second half if its business operations did not improve. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Leshi Internet Information & Technology Corp is seen on its building in Beijing, China March 15, 2018. REUTERS/Stringer It estimated a wider net loss of 1.10-1.11 billion yuan ($165.12-$166.02…

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State of the Industry 2018: Pet Stores in the U.S. (13th Edition) – ResearchAndMarkets.com

[ad_1] DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “State of the Industry: Pet Stores in the U.S. (13th Edition)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. The State of the Industry reports are concise, yet detailed studies filled with priceless data, forecasts, and objective analysis. The amount of valuable data and analysis in this report far outweighs its cost and is well worth the investment. State of the Industry reports include historical, current, and future sales data; drivers of market growth; consumer data; a summary…

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A Chinese music-video app is making WeChat sweat

[ad_1] A PUBLIC spat between two warring and wildly popular Chinese apps has had the feel of a teenage dance-off. “Sorry, Douyin Fans”, ran an article from the short-video app on its WeChat account, in which it accused the mobile-messaging service of disabling links to Douyin’s most popular videos. “All hail Douyin the drama queen,” retorted Tencent, WeChat’s parent, which said it had acted because the content was “inappropriate”. Get our daily newsletter Upgrade your inbox and get our Daily…

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Nurses at Vermont’s largest medical center go on strike

[ad_1] About 1,800 unionized nurses at Vermont’s largest hospital launched a two-day strike Thursday following unsuccessful contract negotiations, but hospital officials say operations continued with little disruption for patients. Hundreds of nurses, many wearing red shirts, picketed Thursday outside the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington and at nine other locations. “Our nurses have come out in droves to show the hospital that the proposals they’re putting across the table do not address the issues the nurses have when…

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