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Investors look past Ukraine, focus on ECB
LONDON (Reuters) - World markets advanced on Monday despite the conflict in Ukraine, focusing on whether the European Central Bank will announce plans for economic stimulus when it meets this week.
Euro stuck near lows, hurt by ECB easing prospects and Ukraine  Reuters India
GLOBAL MARKETS-Investors look past Ukraine, focus on ECB  Reuters Africa
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Backers of biotech office park seek KC tax breaks
Backers of a proposed biotech office park in south Kansas City are preparing to seek tax breaks for the 350-acre project. Related.
Breaks sought for proposed biotech office park  Topeka Capital Journal
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Andrea Guerra leaves Luxottica with �45m package
Andrea Guerra will step down as chief executive of eyewear group Luxottica with a �45m exit package after Leonardo del Vecchio, the 79-year-old founder, returned to the frontline of the group he created half a century ago.
Luxottica explored Essilor deal but conditions were not right  Reuters
Luxottica CEO Guerra Departs After Differences With Founder  Bloomberg
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Affordable Care Act subject of chamber's October 1 seminar
�The Affordable Health Care Act: A Review and What's New� is the subject of the chamber's fall business seminar that will take place Wednesday Oct. 1 from 7:30-9 a.m.
Health Care for Texas long overdue  Insurance News Net
Affordable Care Act pushes health insurer revenues higher  Business Insurance
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Goldman Sachs lent Banco Espirito Santo $835ma month before bail-out
Goldman Sachs lent over �500m to Banco Espirito Santo just a month before the Portuguese government was forced to bail out the crisis-hit bank, it has emerged.
Goldman Sachs faces significant loss on $835m loan to Banco Espirito Santo  Irish Times
Goldman Sachs Loaned Banco Espirito Santo Funds in July  Bloomberg
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China's Factories Slowing, Surveys Show
SYDNEY, Australia - Growth in China's vast factory sector slackened in August as foreign and domestic demand slowed, surveys showed Monday, stoking speculation that further stimulus measures would be needed to prevent the economy from stumbling.
Factory activity expands at slower clip in August  Financial Express
Manufacturing first in British economy to feel the heat from Ukraine crisis  The Guardian
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Alibaba IPO comes with unusual structure
In this photo taken on Aug. 27, 2014, a chef walks in the headquarter campus of Alibaba Group in Hangzhou in eastern China's Zhejiang province Foreigners who want to buy Alibaba Group shares in the Chinese e-commerce giant's U.S.
Alibaba's IPO Date September 8 on NYSE  WallStreet OTC
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Program trains refugees for work on Rochester dairy farms
Rochester alone is home to 5,300 Bhutanese refugees, many who find work in factories and hotels. prices at grocery stores · Families can look for deals on back-to-school groceries.
Program trains refugees for work on NY dairy farms  SFGate
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Study finds most Americans working more than 40 hours each week
Does your work week feel longer than 40 hours? It probably is. It turns out most American adults work an average of 47 hours each week, almost a full day more than the "standard" five-day, 9-to-5 schedule.
50% of Americans Say They Work More than 40 Hours Per Week  Utah Policy
Survey: The 40 Hour Workweek is Actually Longer  My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22
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The fate of Detroit in his hands: Judge reviews plan to write off $7bn of debt and ...
Allowing Detroit to declare bankruptcy was one thing, getting it out of it was always going to be another. How do you magically slash $18bn (�10.1bn) in debt and simultaneously put a city as proud - and as dilapidated - as Motown back on its financial feet ...
Detroit Defends Bankruptcy Plan  Nassau News Live
Detroit raced toward this week's bankruptcy trial  WWMT-TV
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