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World Routes: Airports - under pressure!
Some of the world's key airport operation players took part in an engaging debate at the 20th World Routes Development Forum in Chicago today.
United Airlines turning a corner with time and improved technology  Chicago Tribune
Ribbon-cutting opened World Routes 2014 event  eTurboNews
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Siemens to Buy Dresser-Rand for $7.6 Billion in Cash Accord
Siemens AG (SIE) agreed to buy Dresser-Rand Group Inc. (DRC) for $7.6 billion including debt as Europe's largest engineering company is expanding its business with oil-and-gas equipment in the U.S.. Siemens will pay $83 a share in cash, the ...
Siemens to acquire Dresser-Rand for $7.6 billion  Businessweek
Siemens to unveil $6 billion deal for Dresser-Rand  MarketWatch
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Weidmann Criticizes ECB's New Measures
FRANKFURT--Germany's central-bank chief Jens Weidmann criticized the European Central Bank's new measures to stimulate Europe's weak economy and boost inflation, according to a media report on Sunday.
Draghi Effect Subsides as Pressure Builds on ECB Chief  Bloomberg
European banking sector seen returning to stability
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Horizon Pharma moves to Ireland to avoid high US taxes
The pharmaceutical company Horizon Pharma plc has incorporated itself overseas in Ireland, following its $600 million acquisition of Vidara Therapeutics International plc.
Illinois drugmaker defies Democrats' anti-inversion effort  Chicago Tribune
Horizon Pharma Completes Acquisition of Vidara Therapeutics International plc  CNNMoney
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Lower oil and ethanol prices behind lower costs at the pump
Gas prices are continuing to fall, and experts believe a drop in the cost of crude oil and ethanol is the reason for recent savings.
US gas prices fall to lowest since February, Lundberg says  Chicago Tribune
Pump Prices in US Fall to Lowest Since February  Businessweek
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Washington cannot seem to fix Social Security. Maybe you should try.
Social Security needs fixing. And we're inviting readers to try their hands at it. So far politicians haven't mustered the will to take on the job.
Social Security Benefits: The Striking Gap Between Women and Men  Motley Fool
BUZ LIVINGSTON: Is 70 the new 65?  Walton Sun
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SoftBank Falls After Forecasting Gain On Alibaba's Surge
SoftBank Corp. (9984) fell after forecasting a gain of about 500 billion yen ($4.6 billion) from Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA)'s listing on the New York Stock Exchange.
Japan's SoftBank shares down over 2 percent after Alibaba listing  Reuters Canada
SoftBank to gain from Alibaba IPO  Oman Tribune
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UAW workers in Indiana approve Lear Corp. contract
HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) - Workers at a Lear Corp. plant in northwestern Indiana that makes automotive seats have approved an agreement that will end a two-tiered pay system.
UAW local ratifies Lear contract ending 2-tier wages  Automotive News
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Poll shows New Mexico split on business incentives
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A newspaper's poll has found that nearly half of New Mexico voters support luring employers to the state with financial incentives.
Poll: Nearly half of New Mexico voters say new health care law has been a ...  The Tribune
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Wall Street week ahead - Dollar's rally bad news for oil, multinationals
The asset with the greatest prowess of late has been the U.S. dollar, and if its rally continues, it threatens to eat into the earnings of multinational companies.
Dollar's rally bad news for oil, multinationals  Reuters
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