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5 reasons no Indian company can be an Alibaba
Most Indians would likely have not heard of Alibaba till the company hit the IPO market with the largest ever issue. The $22-billion IPO made an even more spectacular debut on Wall Street, making Jack Ma, a former English teacher in China, the richest man in ...
Alibaba Slips for a Second Day, Yahoo! Rising; Turning Focus to Earnings  Barron's (blog)
COLUMN-Alibaba and China's slowdown: James Saft  Reuters
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Obama Administration Moves To Try To Stop Companies From Leaving America
The Obama administration moved on Monday to try to discourage companies from leaving America by limiting the benefits of tax-lowering deals.
Treasury Department Takes Aim at Corporate Inversions  Fox Business
U.S. Takes Steps to Limit Tax Inversion Deals for Overseas M&A  TheStreet.com
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Eurozone Economy Struggles for Growth Momentum
Automated guided vehicles transport shipping containers at the port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Survey data showed Tuesday that eurozone manufacturing slowed in September.
Europe stocks shoved lower on weak eurozone data  MarketWatch
GLOBAL ECONOMY-Euro zone growth slows as Chinese factories trundle on  Reuters
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US manufacturing growth continues apace in September: Markit
NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in September, matching the previous month's growth rate, which had been the fastest in more than four years, while employment levels among goods producers rose to a ...
Markit US Factory Index Holds at More Than Four-Year High  Businessweek
Brent Rises From One-Week Low on China Manufacturing  Bloomberg
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UPDATE 1-Carnival profit beats estimates on jump in Asian cruise demand
(Adds details). Sept 23 (Reuters) - Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit and raised its full-year profit forecast as higher demand from Chinese holiday makers boosted ticket sales for cruises in Asia.
Carnival Raises Forecast as Cruise Bookings Jump  Businessweek
Why Carnival (CCL) Stock Is Rising Today  TheStreet.com
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Norway's Yara, CF in talks to create $27.5 billion global fertilizer producer
OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's Yara (YAR.OL) and Chicago-based CF Industries (CF.N) are in talks about a merger of equals that would create a $27.5 billion global fertilizer producer to rival world No.1 Potash Corp (POT.
Fertilizer makers Yara, CF Industries in talks  MarketWatch
Giant fertiliser combo looks tough to cultivate  Reuters Blogs (blog)
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Philips to Separate Lighting Arm Into New Company
Royal Philips NV says it will spin off its lighting division and the rest of its operations into two separate companies, continuing a radical reshaping of one of Europe's best-known corporations.
Philips to split in two in historic 'transformation'  Telegraph.co.uk
Phillips to Split Off Lighting, Focus on Consumer, Health Care  Fox Business
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Deadbeat Diplomats Owe NYC $16 Million in Unpaid Parking Fines
Diplomatic staff based in New York City have racked up $16 million in unpaid parking tickets, according to municipal data obtained by the Wall Street Journal.
Diplomats owe $16 million in unpaid NYC parking tickets. Who owes most?  Christian Science Monitor
Diplomats owe NYC $16M in unpaid parking tickets  Chron.com
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Shoemaker Jimmy Choo to list shares in London
Luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo has announced plans to list at least a quarter of its shares on the London Stock Exchange next month. The designer label, which recorded sales of 282 million pounds ($462 million) in 2013, said it is looking to expand in Asia ...
3RD UPDATE: Jimmy Choo, Miller Homes, Avenue Capital Credit Plan IPOs  London South East
Jimmy Choo poised to float on London Stock Exchange  bdaily
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Chinese Restaurant Blasts Picky Patrons, 'Doesn't Give A Sh*t' About Gluten-Free
Eater reported that back-to-back encounters with disgruntled patrons -- one group that refused to pay because the food was too spicy, and another diner who swore at him -- put SO owner James Chu over the top.
Fed-up chef posts angry signs telling hard-to-please customers to stay away  Fox News
San Francisco Chinese Restaurant Temporarily Closes Because Pleasing ...  The Consumerist
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