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China Targeting Foreign Companies, American Chamber Says
China is targeting foreign companies with opaque laws and rules, according to a group representing U.S. businesses there, contributing to a deteriorating environment for investment in the nation.
Survey: Foreign Companies in China Feel 'Targeted'  ABC News
US Firms Feel Unwelcome in China, According to Survey  Wall Street Journal
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Euro zone bond yields edge up as US data, ECB meeting eyed
... * Market seen treading water before Thursday's ECB meeting. * Top-rated euro zone 2-year yields stay negative. * Irish 2-year yields close to zero.
Euro continues descent ahead of ECB meeting  SFGate
Asian stocks fall, European Central Bank uncertainty continues to drag down euro  Daily News & Analysis
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Six steps to Alibaba's twelve-figure valuation
image HONG KONG: How do you value a tech company What about a dominant, fast-growing, profitable tech company with no peers that operates in an opaque economy.
Jack Ma Times Market Selling Second Alibaba IPO in Rally  Businessweek
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Dollar jumps against yen, euro struggles on QE speculation
LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar hit its highest since January against the yen on Tuesday while a struggling euro sank to a one-year low against the greenback on expectations of a more aggressive easing program in the euro zone.
Dollar Hits Long-Term Highs Against Yen, Euro  Wall Street Journal
Dollar tests 2014 high vs yen, euro stays under pressure  Economic Times
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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
Backers of biotech office park seek KC tax breaks  KMBC Kansas City
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Frankfurt court bans Uber taxi services across Germany
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A regional German court has issued a temporary injunction against Uber, the U.S.-based online chauffeur service, saying its drivers lacked necessary commercial permits, potentially barring the company from operating in cities across ...
Uber hit with nationwide ban in Germany  Financial Times
Uber Faces Ban in Germany as Taxi Group Wins Court Order  Businessweek
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Eric Cantor to join investment bank Moelis & Co.
Eric Cantor plans to join boutique investment bank Moelis & Co., as the recently defeated House majority leader embarks on a new career on Wall Street.
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor joins Wall Street investment bank  Fox News
Eric Cantor to join investment bank Moelis as vice chairman  Economic Times
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UK Airports Commission Sinks London Mayor's Island Airport Plan
The Airports Commission, set up in November 2012 to recommend how to best add runway capacity in the south east of England, had in December said that expanding Heathrow, Europe's busiest hub, and London Gatwick were its favored solutions.
Commission rejects London mayor's plan for airport  Washington Post
'Boris Island' airport plan shelved  Financial Times
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Poll Suggests Full-Time Employees Work More Than 40 Hours a Week
On this Labor Day a new study suggests the idea of the standard 40-hour-work week may be just a wish for many full-time workers. According to a Gallup poll half of all full-time employees work more than 40 hours a week, and on average they work 47 hours ...
Gallup Poll: Average U.S. Work Week Up to 47 Hours  Latin Post
Many Americans putting in more than 40 hours a week at work  Live 5 News
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New York apple growers expect above-average harvest
In this 2008 file photo, Bob Hall, owner of Hall Apple Farm, sorts some of the apples in the cold storage area. The storage boxes, filled with apples, are piled to the rafters.
Apple season begins in Wisconsin  WMTV
NY apple growers expect above-average harvest  Wall Street Journal
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