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Royal Mail has been fined £12,000 after sending almost 330,000 nuisance emails in two days. The company sent the messages, about a fall in the cost of posting parcels, last summer to 327,014 people who had opted out of direct marketing. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) investigated a
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Plasco Energy Group Inc., the company once hailed as the future in waste management for the City of Ottawa, has filed for creditor protection.
U.S. lawmakers and the farm industry were skeptical of the Trump administration’s promise to shield farmers from the rapidly escalating trade dispute between the United States and China, concerned about the lack of details in protecting the U.S. agricultural export sector now embroiled in the back-and-forth.
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More transparency, including another contract to sign, are in the works
Millions of workers have neglected to collect their tax returns.
While there are nearly 5,500 exchange-traded funds currently trading on the market, none of them are explicitly designed to offer investors to way to invest around the prospect of a trade war involving the United States.
We analyze Tesla and Amazon; examine the impact of Chinese tariffs; and look back at the first quarter.
Two-time San Diego teacher of the year Ebonee Weathers wants her students to have the support she lacked while a student.
A chat with veteran comedian Louie Anderson about his new book, ’Hey Mom,’ and his latest stand-up comedy special, ’Big Underwear.’
The 50-year-old Tennessee man accused of kidnapping his 15-year-old former student was arrested in Northern California, authorities said Thursday.
Gulf Coast and national groups comment on proposed use of MS low-income housing recovery funds to expand port of Gulfport.
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A spokeswoman for the Air Force at the Pentagon confirmed the contract will be "a new and open competition."
The Thunderbolt continues to see duty around the world, and the Air Force says it wants to keep it in service into the 2030s.
If you travel, you could be missing out on an average of $227 a year, NerdWallet finds.
Firm working on version of EU data protection law but Mark Zuckerberg stops short of promising all changes will apply to US users
Capturing the White House in 2020 could be a tall order even for the towering ego of West, who has hitherto made few forays into politics
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Such a charter is something we’ve been advocating for some time. In a speech on Tuesday, Comptroller of the Currency Thomas J. Curry didn’t say let on what …
Hourly targets, fear of being fired and bonuses kept employees selling even when the bank began cracking down on abusive sales tactics.
Over the last few months, Professor Joseph Mifsud has become a feather in the cap for those pushing the Trump-Russia narrative.
Wall Street had been hoping that a compromise was forthcoming.
A last minute borrowing spree by states and cities may throw a damper on the municipal-debt market’s best annual returns in three years.
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The shuttering of public housing complexes in two small Midwestern towns raises big questions for residents, HUD and Congress. To tell the story, I could
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After an Ohio high school student’s suspension notice was posted on social media, claims went viral that he was suspended for not participating in National Walkout Day one month after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas. "Ohio student suspended for staying in class during National Walkout Day," a Fox News headline stated March 16. The Associated Press had a similar headline: "Ohio student suspended for staying in class during walkouts." Many right-leaning websites repeated the story about Jacob Shoemaker, a senior at Hilliard Davidson High School, located in a suburb of Columbus, with hashtags such as #LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder and #DefendThe2nd. Facebook users ...
Andy Borowitz jokes that many Wisconsin residents are coming to grips with the fact that Scott Walker has time to get back to work.
Seven months before 2018 midterms, Trump's faceoff with China over trade exposes an unexpected political vulnerability in GOP's strongest region: rural America
UTG has increased its distribution 10 times since inception on February 24, 2004. Domestic utilities are relatively sheltered from the current broader market fe
Scottish Enterprise has named Steve Dunlop as its new chief executive, six months after the departure of Lena Wilson.Mr Dunlop, chief executive of Scottish Canals, will take up the post at the economic development agency with a salary of £168,000 next month. He is also member of the Visit Scotl
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“What [Trump] did last night was outlandish. Enough is enough. Let’s sit down and talk. Let’s not threaten any more.“
Bay Area home sales fall, but prices rise Bay Area home sales fell and prices rose a bit in October, but overall it was a quiet month, new figures show. [...] it was just before Donald Trump was elected president, and mortgage rates jumped half a percentage point. Anecdotally, real estate agents say some buyers have exited the market since the election because their loan got too expensive, they became unsure of their immigration status or just got cold feet. [...] no data suggest that the election is having an impact on the local real estate market. Median prices can go up because of appreciation, a shift in the mix of homes sold toward higher-priced ones, or some combination thereof. In October, there was a definite shift to high-end homes in most parts of the Bay Area, said CoreLogic research analyst Andrew LePage. Paragon Real Estate Group noted in an earlier report that a record number of single-family homes priced at $3 million and above hit the San Francisco Multiple Listing Service in September, which led to a surge in luxury home sales in October. The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate loan has risen to 4.13 percent, up from 3.62 percent on election day and a low of 3.34 percent in July, according to Mortgage News Daily. Zach Griffin, a loan adviser with LaSalle Mortgage Services in Oakland’s Montclair neighborhood, said he has not had any loans fall through since the election. Dave Walsh, a branch manager with Alain Pinel Realtors in San Jose, said an agent in his office had one potential deal “go south” because of rising rates. A total of 1,080 homes and condos were added to the market since the election, roughly equal to the 1,040 in the period last year, according to the Bay East Association of Realtors.
The world's largest asset manager is stepping up its engagement efforts to increase corporate responsibility, says Morningstar's Jon Hale.
We see financial services stocks across the globe as fairly valued today.
Complete coverage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which was shot down near the Ukraine-Russia border with 298 people aboard on July 17, 2014.
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Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin, who has been fighting President Donald Trump's travel ban and other policies says he will run for U.S. Congress.
Rep. Beth Fukumoto said she believes she's being punished for her participation in the Women's March, and for speaking out against Trump.
Spotify's unusual path to going public has sparked curiosity, largely because it has left investors in the dark about what to expect.
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