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Survey: Foreign companies in China feel 'targeted'
BEIJING - An American business group warned Tuesday that foreign companies in China feel increasingly targeted for unfair enforcement of anti-monopoly and other laws and said investment might decline if conditions fail to improve.
US Firms Feel Less Welcome in China, According to Survey  Wall Street Journal
U.S. Companies Say China Subjectively Enforcing Laws  Bloomberg
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Asian stocks slip, euro hits one-year low on ECB uncertainty
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares slipped on Tuesday as a U.S. holiday robbed markets of momentum, while the euro hit a fresh one-year low on uncertainty over the European Central Bank's policy decision later this week.
Euro sees little reprieve in holiday trade, Aussie eyes rate call  Reuters India
Draghi `supports` France`s call to boost European demand  Zee News
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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.
Jack Ma Times Market Selling Second Alibaba IPO in Rally  Businessweek
Hong Kong's Debate of Weighted Voting Rights Worries Templeton  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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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 wage growth surges in July  BBC News
Japan Wages Make Biggest Jump in 17 Years  Wall Street Journal
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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?
Massive biotech office park planned for south Kansas City to seek tax breaks  Fox Business
Breaks sought for proposed biotech office park  KFDA
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North Carolina's offer was sweeter, but Toyota still picked Texas
RALEIGH, N.C. - North Carolina business recruiters offered Toyota more than $100 million in incentives for the automaker to move its North American headquarters to Charlotte rather than the Dallas suburb of Plano, but it still lost out to a Texas offer half that ...
Gannon: Economic incentives  Greenville Daily Reflector
NC offered $100M for Toyota HQ, twice Texas bid  Washington Post
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Mexico turns to army, increasingly uses drones for security
MEXICO CITY - The Mexican government say it is increasingly using the army and drones in security patrols, reducing the role of Marine forces.
Mexico President Proposes Bill For Bullying, Underage Migrants  Wall Street Journal
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Five myths about the California drought
California is experiencing its third-worst drought in 106 years, resulting in idled cropland and soaring water prices. Since the state produces almost 70 percent of the nation's top 25 fruit, nut and vegetable crops, California's pain could soon hit the rest of the ...
Lawmakers vote to regulate California groundwater � finally  SFGate (blog)
Desperately Dry California Tries to Curb Private Drilling for Water  New York Times
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How to provide great customer service through social media
Social media sites have evolved to become more than just platforms for sharing, marketing and advertising. Increasingly, consumers aexpect customer service.
Allen: 'Spiral of silence' curbs real debate on social media  Boston Herald
'Like' doesn't mean like, and a 'friend' is not a real ...
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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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