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World stock markets slip on China growth jitters
TOKYO (AP) - Stock markets fell Monday ahead of a preliminary manufacturing survey from China that might show renewed weakness in the world's second-largest economy.
Asian shares fall on profit-taking  The Malay Mail Online
High-flying dollar slips in Asia  The News International
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Siemens to Buy Dresser-Rand for $7.6 Billion in Cash
Siemens AG (SIE) agreed to buy Dresser-Rand Group Inc. (DRC) for $7.6 billion including debt as Europe's largest engineering company expands its business with oil-and-gas equipment in the U.S.. Siemens will pay $83 a share in cash, the Munich-based ...
Siemens Bought US Oilfield Equipment Maker Dresser-Rand For $7.6 Billion  Business Insider
Siemens to Buy Dresser-Rand for $7.6 Billion  Wall Street Journal
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Zloty to Forint Left at Draghi's Mercy After Losses: Currencies
A shaky cease-fire in Ukraine has been hit by multiple violations since it took effect two weeks ago, and the government in Kiev said that Russia has deployed about 5,000 soldiers in the east of the country.
Buba Chief Weidmann Criticizes ECB Stimulus Plan: Report  RTT News
Europe looks again to Draghi  Reuters Blogs (blog)
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FOREX-Dollar sits back after record-breaking run higher
... * Dollar index hovers just below 2-year high. * Some respite for pound, euro, yen after 10 weeks of dollar gains. * Currencies not high on G20 agenda, seen weighing on yen.
Dollar Softens Against Yen as Investors Take Profits  NASDAQ
FOREX-Dollar well bid on Fed outlook, no G20 reprieve for yen  Reuters
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Tesco cuts profit outlook again and suspends staff after accounting error
LONDON (Reuters) - Tesco cut its profit forecast for the third time this year on Monday and suspended four members of staff after finding a fault in its accounts, another blow to the reputation of Britain's biggest grocer.
Tesco Starts Accounting Probe of Inflated Profit Forecast  Bloomberg
Tesco Suspends Execs Over Inflated Profit Report  ABC News
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China Food Scandal Prompts OSI Group To Lay Off 340 Employees At Shanghai ...
OSI Group Chairman and CEO Sheldon Lavin attends a news conference in Shanghai, on Jul. 28, 2014. Reuters/Aly Song. OSI Group, which has been at the center of a major food scandal in China, said Monday that it will lay off 340 employees at its Chinese ...
OSI Group to Cut 340 Jobs in China in Relation to Food Safety Scandal  TopNews United States
Rotten-food-scandal-hit factory Shanghai Husi sacks 340 workers  South China Morning Post (subscription)
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What's Next for Oracle as Larry Ellison Leaves CEO Spot?
What's changing for Oracle now that Larry Ellison is no longer the Relevant Products/Services giant's CEO? Probably not all that much, according to those familiar with the organization and its colorful co-founder.
Oracle co-CEO Safra Catz becomes highest paid woman executive  India Today
Catz may grab Ellison's chair  ITWeb
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Pump prices: The average price of a gallon of regular...
Pump prices: The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline has dropped 9 cents over the last two weeks to $3.37, bringing the decline to 34 cents over the last 13 weeks, according to a survey released Sunday by analyst Trilby Lundberg.
Lower oil and ethanol prices behind lower costs at the pump  News 13 Orlando
US gas prices fall to lowest since February, Lundberg says  Chicago Tribune
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Mitsubishi Bids $1.4 Billion for Cermaq to Expand in Food
Mitsubishi Corp. (8058), Japan's biggest trading house, proposed to buy Norwegian fishery Cermaq ASA (CEQ) for 8.88 billion kroner ($1.4 billion) to expand its foods business.
Mitsubishi offers $1.4bn for Norwegian fish farmer Cermaq  Financial Times
Norway Ready to Sell Cermaq to Mitsubishi  Wall Street Journal
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Alton's ConAgra plant gets new name, new sign
ALTON, Ill. � Alton's ConAgra Foods plant has been renamed Ardent Mills. Ardent Mills, a joint venture by ConAgra Mills, Cargill and CHS, began operating as the nation's largest flour milling company in May after receiving approval from the U.S.
ConAgra Food plant undergoes name change  Alton Telegraph
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