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Survey: Foreign Companies in China Feel 'Targeted'
(BEIJING) - Foreign companies in China feel increasingly targeted for unfair enforcement of anti-monopoly and other laws and might cut investment if conditions fail to improve, a U.S.
US Firms Feel Unwelcome in China, According to Survey  Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 1-US business lobby says concerned China antitrust probes unfair  Reuters
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks fall, ECB uncertainty continues to pummel euro
... * Dollar/yen hits 7-month high as Tokyo shares gain. * Spreadbetters expect Europe to open effectively flat. * U.S. ISM manufacturing eyed for more dollar cues.
Draghi `supports` France`s call to boost European demand  Zee News
Asian Stocks Fall, ECB Uncertainty Continues to Pummel  NDTV
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Serious Lessons From Comedian Chris Tucker's $14 Million IRS Bill
Comedian Chris Tucker is witty, but it is hard to outwit the IRS when it moves to collect on a huge tax bill. The funny man was reportedly hit with a new lien adding $2.5 million to a previous $12 million, suggesting that Mr. Tucker ran up additional back taxes for ...
Chris Tucker settles huge tax bill, rep says  WTAE Pittsburgh
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Eric Cantor goes to Wall Street
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is taking his talents to Wall Street, joining boutique investment bank Moelis & Co. as a vice chairman and board member.
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor to join Wall Street investment bank  Fox News
Eric Cantor joins Wall Street investment firm, will open Washington office  Washington Post
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Jack Ma Times Market Selling Second Alibaba IPO in Rally
Jack Ma founded Alibaba 15 years ago from his one-bedroom apartment in Hangzhou, China. Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg. Jack Ma knows how to time an initial public offering.
Six steps to Alibaba's twelve-figure valuation  Business Recorder
Hong Kong's Debate of Weighted Voting Rights Worries Templeton  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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RBA Sees Currency Overvalued as Pause in Rates Extended: Economy
The Reserve Bank of Australia said an overvalued currency is hampering the economy's transition to domestic growth drivers from mining investment as it extended the longest pause in interest-rate adjustments since 2006.
Australia's central bank keeps rates at 2.5pc  Business Recorder
RBA faith is getting hard to take  Business Spectator
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Kansas City Officials Consider Tax Breaks For Oxford On The Blue Office Park
Everyone is looking for a break these days: Big business; small business; non-profit companies,; regular citizens. And who can blame them?
Breaks sought for proposed biotech office park  Modesto Bee
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Patrick Gannon: McCrory in a Tough Position Over Incentives
RALEIGH - State lawmakers have returned home to their districts for good to campaign for re-election in November. Or have they? The latest chatter in the capital is about whether House and Senate members will be called back by Gov.
North Carolina's offer was sweeter, but Toyota still picked Texas  Houston Chronicle
NC offered $100M for Toyota HQ, twice Texas bid  Washington Post
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Japan Wages Rising Most Since 1997 Not Enough to Beat Inflation
Vocational school students arrive for a rally to start off job-hunting in Tokyo, Japan. Photographer: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg. Japanese wages rose in July by the most since 1997, helping consumers cope with increasing living costs as Prime Minister Shinzo ...
Japan Wages Make Biggest Jump in 17 Years  Wall Street Journal
Japan wage growth surges in July  BBC News
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WTOL removed from DirecTV in feud
The Toledo area's CBS affiliate, WTOL-TV, Channel 11, is one of 53 stations owned by Alabama-based Raycom Media that has gone dark on DirecTV as a result of the two sides failing to agree on a new carriage contract.
Raycom Stations Dark To DirecTV Customers  Multichannel News
Raycom Media Stations Go Dark on DirecTV  Hollywood Reporter
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