• Spanish court reopens fraud investigation against Neymar
Spanish court reopens fraud investigation against Neymar

Barcelona said it disagreed "with the reasoning for the decision to continue" the case. According to the prosecutor, this act "altered the transfer market and the player's procurement" when faced with a €36 million offer from Real Madrid (more than Barcelona had formally offered) and saw Neymar opt "to go through other means not allowed by Fed...

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  • North America beats Sweden in OT, needs help to advance
North America beats Sweden in OT, needs help to advance

They were so much fun. "If you look back at the past 10 years, we had some really good results and some that we wish could be done better", Lundqvist said. Oh, well. We can only ponder now what that would have been like. But now comes his greatest challenge: facing one of the most complete Canadian teams in recent memory.

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  • UK government tells BBC to disclose salaries of top talent
UK government tells BBC to disclose salaries of top talent

A BBC source said: "We pay less for stars than other broadcasters". BBC director general Tony Hall was equally unhappy. But the BBC says it will make it harder to retain top talent. The BBC agreed to lower the cap on controversial "golden goodbyes" handed to senior executives, which a year ago cost the corporation £10m. "Ultimately, the BBC shoul...

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  • Snapchat to Launch $130 Video Sunglasses, Changes Name to Snap Inc
Snapchat to Launch $130 Video Sunglasses, Changes Name to Snap Inc

The sunglasses will be available in limited supply this Autumn and will cost about €115. Putting a corporate spin on why someone might want to use Snapchat's new hardware in the first place, Spiegel articulated to the Wall Street Journal why using Spectacles might be preferable to a traditional smartphone camera.

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  • Dollar sags after Fed stands pat, signals less aggressive rate rises
Dollar sags after Fed stands pat, signals less aggressive rate rises

The focus now shifts to the U.S. Federal Reserve policy decision later on Wednesday, with weaker-than-expected economic data prompting investors to call off bets on a rate hike. The core price index for personal consumption expenditure (PCE), the Fed's preferred indicator for gauging core inflation excluding food and energy, increased 1.6 percent...

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  • Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Shares Plunge Due To Estimates
Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Shares Plunge Due To Estimates

Netflix, Inc .'s (NFLX) stock price showed weak performance of -1.55% in last seven days, switched down -0.11% in last thirty days and it fell -2.28% in last one year. Netflix, Inc . (NASDAQ:NFLX) has a market cap of $41.50 billion. Institutional sponsorship simply refers to ownership of a stock by mutual funds, banks, pension funds and other lar...

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  • WTO compliance panel sides with Boeing in Airbus spat
WTO compliance panel sides with Boeing in Airbus spat

The EU subsequently claimed to have come into compliance, but the United States disagreed and requested that a compliance panel intervene. The WTO said the European Union and some of its member states "failed to comply" with an earlier ruling to remove the subsidies or void their effect.

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  • Telsa and SolarCity's solar roof slated for October reveal
Telsa and SolarCity's solar roof slated for October reveal

More than 100 disgruntled Tesla owners in Norway have sued the United States automaker because the electric cars don't accelerate as quickly as promised, their lawyers said on Wednesday (Sep 21). Hot on the heels of the announcement that it intends to buy alternative energy company SolarCity, Tesla is wasting no time getting to work. In the US,...

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  • Deutsche Bank's Refusal to Settle with the DOJ
Deutsche Bank's Refusal to Settle with the DOJ

The bank's shares have lost half their value this year, dropping from 7.6 percent to 12.10 euros. While the German lender has signalled that it would fight the demand, the news has nevertheless reignited fears that the FTSE 100 group could also face a higher-than-expected bill for selling toxic mortgage-backed securities in the U.S.

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  • Technical glitch cuts short trading on Australia's stock exchange
Technical glitch cuts short trading on Australia's stock exchange

On Monday morning, theopening of the Australian share market was delayed by more than an hour-and-a-half due to a technical fault. "Clear communication makes a major difference to how a crisis like this is handled, and it seems that the ASX lacked the tools, people or internal communications necessary to keep traders and the general public info...

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  • Stocks gain with dimming chances of a US rate hike
Stocks gain with dimming chances of a US rate hike

Market participants said yuan buying by branches of Chinese state-owned banks in Hong Kong was likely behind the rise in borrowing costs, and that the buying was likely directed by the People's Bank of China. 16, New York Fed president William Dudley, said that he believed a rate hike " is possible " at the September 20-21 policy meeting. Few Jap...

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  • Sen. Warren to Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf
Sen. Warren to Wells Fargo CEO Stumpf "You Should Resign"

Wells Fargo hired PricewaterhouseCoopers in August 2015 to help determine whether customers were hurt, according to Stumpf. US Senator Elizabeth Warren , Democrat of MA, holds up copies of Wells Fargo earnings call transcripts as she questions John Stumpf, chairman and CEO of Wells Fargo , as he testifies about the unauthorized opening of ac...

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  • Bayer and Monsanto agree to $66 billion deal
Bayer and Monsanto agree to $66 billion deal

Look for the European Union to be closely scrutinizing the Bayer-Monsanto deal. American seed and weed-killer company Monsanto and German medicine and farm chemical maker Bayer are combining in a deal that could help farmers produce higher yields to address challenges from global warming to rising food demand from a fast-growing global popula...

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  • Asian shares mixed as Bank of Japan, Fed mull policy options
Asian shares mixed as Bank of Japan, Fed mull policy options

The Nasdaq composite picked up 6.33 points, or 0.1 percent, to 5,241.35. Japan's central bank was meeting and expected to announce fresh monetary policy measures later Wednesday that could pull the yen lower against the US dollar. Tokyo's Nikkei 225 reversed its early losses, gaining 1.8 percent to 16,784.98. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 climbed 0.7 p...

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  • Dad told police about NY bombing suspect
Dad told police about NY bombing suspect

He appeared to be conscious and looking around. "And that kind of toughness and resoluteness and a recognition that neither individuals nor organizations like ISIL can ultimately undermine our way of life", Obama said. He called on Americans to show the world "we will never give in to fear". "And there's no better example of that than the people of...

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  • Congressman Leonard Lance Accepts Award from Builders For Making Housing More Accessible
Congressman Leonard Lance Accepts Award from Builders For Making Housing More Accessible

This was the strongest reading since October 2015 and equalled the highest level seen since before the 2008 financial-market crash. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index increased 6 points to 65 in September, up from a downwardly revised reading of 59 in August.

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  • Kohl's to hire 69000 workers for the holiday season
Kohl's to hire 69000 workers for the holiday season

Target and department store chains such as Kohl's and Macy's Inc (M.N) have largely reported disappointing sales over the past few quarters, hurt by low demand for apparel and unseasonable weather. Reuters reports that the company's expectation of hiring more than 69,000 employees for this holiday season is on par with Kohl's holiday hiring prev...

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  • Sports Direct to hold independent review into working practices and corporate governance
Sports Direct to hold independent review into working practices and corporate governance

That's as I look at it". However, in a TV interview with BBC Breakfast, Ashley said the company had paid out £200 million in bonuses over the last five years. SPORTS Direct is to carry out an independent review of working practices following concerns raised by shareholders that it's own legal advisers are not up to the job.

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  • Gold edges up as equities slip ahead of US Fed meeting
Gold edges up as equities slip ahead of US Fed meeting

Federal Reserve meeting that investors are betting will leave interest rates unchanged. The market is also waiting for the outcome of a Bank of Japan policy meeting, which also meets on September 20-21, for trading cues. The precious metal is also on track for its first weekly loss in three weeks, down 1.5 per cent. Another plus is investor buy...

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  • Tiahleigh's foster dad to face Qld court
Tiahleigh's foster dad to face Qld court

Police confirmed Rick Thorburn, 56, was charged with the 12-year-old's murder at 2pm Tuesday and hours later confirmed her 19-year-old foster brother had been arrested for a number of offences, including perjury and incest. "Make no mistake, this is an investigation that is close to the hearts of all officers whose sole aim was to bring her alleged...

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